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Old 05-06-2011, 02:58 PM   #15
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Default Re: Rashard Mendenhall Loses Endorsement Deal

Questioning the official story of nine 0ne 1 is the "touching of the 3rd rail."
What's that mean?

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1. An additional rail usually found in subway systems, running parallel to the existing tracks, and sometimes slightly elevated. The third rail carries a live electric current which is used to power the subway trains.
"No Trespassing - DANGER THIRD RAIL"
by Mr. X-106 Aug 29, 2004 share this

2. third rail 70 up, 5 down

A dangerous area of discussion, a point at which the mere mention of a subject result is disaster. Commonly used in politics.
"Social security is the third rail of politics. Step on it and you're dead."
-The West Wing
http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...m=third%20rail

You can say a lot of things, but you question that story and "the
establishment" is coming after you, big time. If you look at anyone
in the public eye that has questioned it, they have been ruined one
way or the other, and, if their career isn't destroyed all the way, you
will note they never mention it again, as RM is now finding out. Don't
expect him to mention it ever again. If he continues, he will be out
of the NFL quickly. Now, say what you will about Charlie Sheen (i.e.
he is whacked out, power coked up, etc.) but once he started to
ask about WTC etc. he was framed by that young porn star, etc.

Scott Ritter, who had always said there were no WMDs in Iraq, as
he was a former weapons inspector and he would know, eventually
got nabbed by a federal agent - allegedly - posing as an underage
girl on line, and he got locked up.

You mess with the establishment, they will react. Like Danzel's character
said in the movie "Training Day"...."It's not what you know it's what you can
prove." Anyone who brings up that day and questions the official story
is quickly vilified.
something to that effect.
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