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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Anybody knows where can I watch the scene from the movie Bruno where he goes to see a psychic?

Psychic. Not that bold psychic, but the other one. 10pts

Answer by Chase P
you could go here for the whole movie. but i cant find that specific scene

http://www.free-tv-video-online.info/movies/search.php?q=bruno&md=movies&sa=Search

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How long does it take to wire a building with explosives for a controlled demolition?

I’m only wondering because Larry Silverstein in a documentary on PBS said the following statements regarding WTC 7 which also fell on 9/11:

I remember getting a call from the, er, fire department commander, telling me that they were not sure they were gonna be able to contain the fire, and I said, ‘We’ve had such terrible loss of life, maybe the smartest thing to do is pull it.’ And they made that decision to pull and we watched the building collapse.”

So, is it common practice to have explosives in your buildings just in case there is a disaster and you need to quickly demolish it? From my understanding it takes weeks of planning etc. to pull of a demolition…my goodness that man must be psychic to have forseen such things? And if that is the case, did he have “emergency” explosives wired in buildings 1 & 2? To prevent further loss of life, of course.

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/cutter.html

The video of him stating this on there, if you wish to see it.
Larry Silverstein was the owner of the WTC properties, just in case I didn’t make that clear.
Fr-chuck…that seems like a hazard to have that in your building, I sure wouldn’t want to work in a place like that…the Pentagon had a lot of stuff in it too…and it was obviously breeched…why didn’t they blow that too?
Well then how was he able to “pull” the building the same day…I am thinking for myself…that is why I don’t believe the line of crap from Bush….when the OWNER ADMITS TO DEMOLISHING IT?!! What else do you need, seriously!?
Yupchagee, the OWNER said he made the decision to “pull” it, yet you still believe the lies…no jet fuel was on WTC 7, btw. Please at least get your buildings straight.
Bebe, I am only quoting Larry Silverstein and asking people to draw conclusions from that. I’m not wrong to point this out…why shouldn’t obvious discrepancies be discussed.

And no I’m not helping the terrorists, stop using Bush’s devisive rhetoric to attack someone who uses their brain as opposed to just believing everything they are told.

Answer by fr_chuck
remember that Building 7 was the site of a secure government bunker and alot of government storage.

It is very possible because of this, it may have a fail safe to destroy it in case of breach.

Answer by my2cents
It is against building code to wire explosives into a building just in case. Whatreallyhappened.coN is the opinion and rambling of a conspiracy theorist. Think for yourself; don’t let another do it for you.

Answer by yupchagee
It would have taken many people many days. People would have noticed & reported it. There were no, repeat NO explosives in any of the WTC buildings. There was NO controlled demolition. The heat from the burning jet fuel weakened the structure enough that its weight brought it down.

Answer by Say what?
I watched building 7 fall. There were no explosives and it didn’t fall orderly. It has been weakened by the towers. It had parts of it falling off and was in parts leaning funny. They weren’t sure if it was going to fall but it would need to come down if it didn’t. Then after awhile it just collapsed. I don’t know about what you are talking about but I know they wouldn’t do something like this with people in it.

Answer by jeeper_peeper321
Well, if you look at how long it took to plant explosives to bring down a 33 story building, you would begin to get an idea, just how long it might take for other buildings.

In the case of the 33 story building in Detriot the link below deals with, it took 4 months of site preperation and then 24 days of actually planting and wiring the explosives.

Answer by For_Gondor!
I just know it takes extended planning and engineering prior to blowing the TNT.

Answer by Al F
It would have taken several hundred man hours to rig the building.

A half hour before WTC 7 collapsed, the BBC broadcast live that it had it had collapsed and in the background of the clip you could see WTC 7 was still standing with smoke coming out of it.

Answer by Mr. Been there
To do it so that no one will notice, should take the best part of a year. To do it out in the open where everyone can see what you are doing should take about a week with a lot of highly skilled workers.

It could not be done at the WTC, in either case, unless the New York Fire Department and the Fire and Building Inspectors and all of both the occupants and the cleaning staff were total idiots or part of the Terrorist gang.

Forget that story. It just could not happen. It’s a story circulated by nud-nics or dope-heads.

Answer by Time4Action
He (Larry Silverstien)did it for the insurance $ $ $ he also did alot of insider trading prior to 9/11.

Answer by u_bin_called
For the last time…the quote was “Pull OUT” not “Pull IT.” Pull OUT as in “We can’t save the building; we’ve already lost 300 firefighters today…should we risk more lives?” If you think about it, the “pull IT” claim makes no sense in the context of the full interview (not to mention the rather unlikely fact that Larry Silverstein would be stupid enough to admit that he ordered his own building to be destroyed during a taped interview).

Common sense aside, it should be clear by now that these “you should see this 9/11 video” questions are the same grade of Spam as the ones that say “I found a great way to make millions without working!” posts…

The fact that these people are trying to increase traffic on their sites at the expense of one of our greatest national tragedies is shameful…

Answer by xialou1
bebe submitted a link that began as a strong argument against the conspiracy theories, i was almost convinced, then a reply to the article demolished the writer with piles of evidence to the contrary…..

this is really wierd…… i keep going back and forth,,,, it is hard to believe something so out of the norm

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : what is the video game silent hill about?

what is the video game silent hill about? i dont want the google version or wikipedia version just a quick overview. and is it related to the movie at all?

Answer by XZUMER
Silent Hill is a series of about 5 games I think over the last 10 years or so and it is the favorite game of a lot of people. It is very scary as you walk through bloody building and things jump at you. You get to figure out mysteries and see bloody things. Check the videos below. Hope that helps.

Here is a trailer from www.gametrailers.com
http://www.gametrailers.com/video/gc-2008-silent-hill/38609

Also, here is the review that shows you everything
http://www.gametrailers.com/video/review-silent-hill/41240

Answer by The Future Engineer
I’ll tell you about my three months playing all 5 Silent Hill games straight (I did it last March, April, May 2010). Isn’t that great?

Well, basically, Silent Hill (SH) is originally a Japanese company. SIlent Hill, as of now, is a 7-game video series with the 8th coming this 2011. The first Silent Hill, titled as Silent Hill (now can referred to as Silent Hill 1 or SH1) is a PlayStation game released in 1997 or 1998. Well, that’s about ten years ago. The story of SH1 revolves around the town of Silent Hill preferably in West Virginia though it’s only fictional. The town is odd because when you are looking from the outside, it is a ghost town but there is an alternate world where things are burning, clocks have stopped and monsters crawling around. Then the most iconic image of the town is it is engulfed with fog and ashes fall from the sky endlessly.

SH1 is also a story about the town’s ancient religion and how The Order (TO) believed to that religion’s ancient god, the goddess. TO believed only in chaos and order, and the goddess was born to order things, and then she died because of tiredness. Several generations order when chaos began to start again, TC would want to reborn their goddess so that they may be saved and create a new world. And they chose Alessa, the main boss, as the mother of goddess. Alessa is a young girl, and after some preparations to be goddess’ mother, she changed considerably. TC followers asked her how to prepare the coming of the goddess, she said let the unfaithful be burned. So they burned SH. On the other hand, Alessa’s mother, Dahlia, successfully burned Alessa while doing a ritual of conception. When Alessa died, she called (thru telepathy) her other half, Cheryl, to go to SH to continue the unfinished conception. The game will start of Harry, father of Cheryl, looking after her and you’ll discover what’s behind the town.

In the end of the game, Cheryl became an incubator and she gave birth to a baby, not the goddess. Harry kept that baby.

Silent Hill 2 (SH2) is the second game. The game revolves around James, and his quest of realizing he killed his wife. SH is James, and his wife Mary’s favorite hangout place. About 3 years ago before the game, Mary died of disease. No, to end Mary’s suffering, James killed her. Then after 3 years, James received a letter from Mary saying she wanted to see him on their favorite place, a hotel in SH. The quest just go there. Lots of monsters though, but nothing says about the cult.

Silent Hill 3 (SH3) is the continuation of SH1, exploring the life of Heather, the child Harry kept from SH1. Heather is essentially the reincarnation of joined spirits of Cheryl and Alessa, but Harry called her Heather and colored her hair blonde. Well, it is the quest of Heather knowing herself as Alessa. In SH1, Alessa had a friend named Claudia whom she called as sister. In SH3, Claudia is grown up, and she keeps on retelling to Heather that she was Alessa so as to continue their plan to rebirth the goddess.

Silent Hill 4: The Room (SH4) took place at a time between SH1 and SH3. Your playable character is Henry and his companion Eileen. Back in SH2, there is a news article about Walter Sullivan’s killing spree. In SH4, it is revealed that Walter is Dahlia’s (in SH1) plan B in case Alessa’s plan as mother of goddess failed. Walter was taught of the 21 Sacraments that may lead to the reborn of the goddess, and Eileen will be the mother. In order to fulfill the Sacrament, he had to kill 21 people, but he made himself the 11th victim. So the killer of 12th-19th victims is probably Walter’s ghost. The 20th is Henry and 21st is Eileen, but they cannot be killed if you manage to finish it without dying in the ending. I guess it is the most difficult game because you will fight with ghosts that will not die with bullets. In this game, there is a hole in Henry’s apartment Room 302 where he goes in because his doors are locked.

Silent Hill: Origins (SH0) is about Travis and the stunning truth on his family. Haven’t played this yet.

Silent Hill Homecoming (SHH) is about Alex and the story of the town of Shepherd’s Glen (SG). SG was founded by four familis (including Alex’s) 150 years ago. The heads of these families were members of TO and they entered a pact with their goddess that they’ll leave SH in exchange of family sacrifice every 50 years. Alex should be the sacrifice, but his brother Josh was killed by himself. The goddess gets angry so SG became like SH. In this game, Alex will go around to explore the tied history of their family, SH and SG.

Silent Hill Shattered Memories (SHHM) is the remake of SH1. It has the same story as SH1. There is an interview at the beginning and it seems that the interviewer, Dr. Kauffmann (also from SH1) recollects the memories of the interviewee who happened to be Heather (more grown up, from SH3). So the game is a flashback of SH1 but of course with greater graphics.

Answer by Rodrigo Dament
Silent Hill is a 7 (going on 8) video game franchise developed by Konami. The only main, evident connection between all games is that they all take place in or around the town of Silent Hill. The town is shrouded in fog and mostly abandoned. Each game has a character go (voluntarily or accidentally) and get trapped in Silent Hill, where his/her fears (or another person’s) take the shape of horrible monsters, which he/she must confront in orther to survive and manage to cope with some sort of trauma. Additionally, the town houses a demonic cult known as The Order that is bent on bringing about the birth of their god and the coming of the endtime. Typically, you must stop them too.

Silent Hill Origins, Silent Hill 1 and Silent Hill 3 follows three different characters as they confront The Order and the psychic child Alessa. The Order sacrifices Alessa to bring about the coming of their god, which sort of “curses” the town with the powers mentioned above. Alessa and her powers are recurring throughout the series. Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 4 The Room and Silent Hill Homecoming work independently. 2 follows a widower looking for his (dead and how?) wife, 4 locks a man in his apartment and has him confront an undead serial killer and Homecoming follows the disappearence of children in a coming-home soldier’s hometown, near Silent Hill.

Outside the SH canon: Silent Hill Shattered Memories is a very loose “remake” of the first game. An eight is scheduled for this year. Also, any number of cell phone game spin-offs and arcade games.

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Written by PsychicKathy

Hi! I am Kathy, a clairvoyant, clairaudient, and clairsentient psychic, as well as a fully-conscious medium. I do not use tools, so if you are looking for tarot, astrology or anything like that, sorry that’s not me!.

I have been psychic since childhood, tracing my abilities back several generations, through my mother and grandmother on my mom’s Irish side,and to at least my grandmother on my dad’s Polish side. We all get our gifts from God, and no other place.

The first time I really remember using my abilities was when I was about 10- we were lost on a trip to visit relatives who had bought a new house and farm in a different state. I was able to navigate our way to the relative’s house, and once there knew where everything was, even down to the silverware drawer! Deja vu, indeed!