User talk:Polaris97

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Welcome to Wikispooks!

We're glad you came. There's lots to do.
The Community portal is probably the best place to start for new users. To add a Wikispooks search facility to your browser, go here. If you've got a topic you're itching to write about, just dive in. If you're not sure where to start, you can introduce yourself by editing either this page or your user page. Peter P (talk) 07:48, 21 May 2014 (IST)

Thank you, sir! The opportunity to contribute is very much welcome--and I endeavor to offer helpful information whenever possible.

Welcome, Listener :)

Welcome to Wikispooks! The 9/11 pages are pretty thin, so that could be one good place to start. If you've been listening to Mark Gorton's ideas on the deep state, that's another place - yesterday I created The Cabal. Don't hesitate to ask if you need technical help. Robin (talk) 15:37, 21 May 2014 (IST)

Congratulations on your first edit

Congratulations on starting off 9-11/Pentagon. I've just expanded it a bit. I put your remarks in a Quotation Box, since otherwise people won't know who "I" refers to. I just ammended Wikispooks:Style_Guide#Encyclopedic_Style to clarify that while "I" and "you" are good for talk pages (such as this one), they should be avoided in the main articles.

I'm afraid I can't help on the specific question you ask, but I do seem to recall (though I don't have a reference) that the same part of the pentagon which was hit was the part which had just been reinforced. Robin (talk) 17:53, 23 May 2014 (IST)

Thank you, sir! The "I" and "you" wording was a concern of mine, and going forward such considerations will be taken into account. I am in agreement and am also aware, as well: the portion of the building that was struck had been, already before the program aired, been reinforced for "bomb proofing" and subsequently put to a test, via whatever it was that actually made contact with the structure. That "prooffing" was also an issue raised in the show, at the end during the credits.