So what!<quoted text>
Says the self debunking liar and wussy! You hand yourself you own azz!
DUMBMALE SELFDEBUNKS WITH A LINK!
LMFO! PANTYSNIFFER, DO YOU EVEN READ!
FROM YOUR LINK!
In summary, we have studied two key pieces of wreckage photographed at the Pentagon shortly after September 11 and found them to be entirely consistent with the Rolls-Royce RB211-535 turbofan engine found on a Boeing 757 operated by American Airlines.
The circular engine disk debris is just the right size and shape to match the compressor stages of the RB211, and it also shows evidence of being attached to a triple-shaft turbofan like the RB211.
There is simply no evidence to suggest these items came from any other engine model than the RB211-535, and the vast majority of these engines are only used on one type of plane--the Boeing 757.
Too bad that there is absolutely no evidence collected that would prove that the circular engine disk debris you are talking about came from the very Boeing 757 that you claim allegedly crashed into the Pentagon.
It could have easily been previously planted or dropped by the C-130 that buzzed the Pentagon just before the big explosion.
Epic FAIL ! LOL
Huh Eh !