30 April 2007

For only the second time in history...

Fire has melted steel. No, actually, that's not true. Either someone in the Bush administration placed explosives on that bridge, and imploded it, or it was done by someone in Governor Schwartzenegger's office. It has to be true. Fire CAN'T melt steel. It just can't!!! That's what Rosie O'Donnell said!! And she's the world's foremost expert in physics, chemistry, and metallurgy. When contractors are drawing up there plans, and debating what materials to use, they all call Rosie, because she knows more about these things than any so-called "metallurgist", or "physics professor." If Rosie said it couldn't be done, then there has to be another reason.

You see, the damaged section of the bridge fell straight down. That, in my expert opinion as a truther, IS WRONG!!!!!! JUST WRONG!!!!! Bridge sections don't do that. Heck, another expert on everything, Charlie Sheen, will be appearing before a blue-ribbon panel to testify to this, and to point out Karl Rove as the real mastermind behind not only this, but the Bay Area earthquake in '89. It has to be true!! Rosie said it!! (OK, she didn't say that last part. But as long as we're just making stuff up...)

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