The owner of a vacation rental apartment building, which was occupied by herself and other apartments occupied by family members.Different view of the explosion
Source?I thought that some group that supports the Trump campaign’s claim of widespread election fraud was supposed to communicate a sign of support.....was this that sign or warning?
Also, wasn’t Trump supposed to release critical info to the American public by the ems system on our cell phones today.....did you guys get it?
Yes you need a license to operate while there’s still law and order, if the shtf then probably not, but you need to get a radio while you can. You can get a cheap one for $40 bucks. But if you don‘t know how to use it then it’s worthless to you. Just a suggestion, from my old Marine Corps days it was shoot-move & communicate! Those days maybe coming IdkLicense?
Building that got hit was at 200 Commerce St, the old Bell South building. NOT the AT&T building.
It used to be an ATT CO and Data Center, but those ops moved to the ATT Building back in ~2004.
Since then, it's been leased to other companies- first, Sungard AS; currently vXchnge. Sungard did cold / warm datacenter recovery and backup stuff, vXchnge is a CoLo "datacenter-as-a-service" company.
Knowing ATT's propensity for cutting corners, I'm betting they left physical copper and fiber plant there and extended it to the ATT building back in 04. Even though it's no longer a CO, taking it out would have the same effect.
My question is what workloads vXchnge customers were running there. I don't know; but I'm betting some alphabeti sure do.
I really hate to put the tinfoil fedora back on, but it looks kinda like either a DS "destroy the evidence" or a BLUFOR op to me. Not pantyfa or aloha snackbar.
That shit looks rehearsed. Or he otherwise has formal acting training. Something fishy about it. His body language is overly expressive. Very, very rare for a regular person to have that lucid and detailed memory about a high-stress event.
Thays why the mayor is laughing. Finally able to get his kickback from the property developers.Alternate theory posted by a Nashville resident:
That area is older and run down (can confirm it's not as shiny as other areas, but I liked the bars thereabouts). Last to be part of the riverfront revitalization project. Apparently a lot of "holdouts" that didn't want to sell to developers.
This may have been a "push" in that direction, and the goal was to damage buildings.
Gunfire may have been a warning to get out of the streets and wake people up near the blast area.
@CHILL52 You're down there, right? Any truth to that?
Personally I think it's a nutjob trying to take out the ATT facility, but somehow think this theory is equally logical.
7km/sec? That's AN with Nitromethane or just slower than C4 explosion velocity." FWIW - I see no reports of seismic activity in Nashville today"
Go to the USGS website (United States Geological Survey), and go to the Seismogram files. Select three sites closest to the blast site. Look on the records for the time period of the blast. Allow for the fact the P-wave will be only moving at 7 kilometers per second of travel from the blast area to the monitoring site... look for the wiggle.
i saw the tower crane in the background and this was my line of thinking as well. some people refuse to move no matter how much money is offered .wouldn't be the first time some developer decided to "hurry along " the negotiations .after the investigation the buildings will be condemned and knocked down for new development .would also explain the warnings and calls before the bomb went off .as they say "follow the money "Thays why the mayor is laughing. Finally able to get his kickback from the property developers.