On 9/20/2012 6:05 PM, Bud wrote:
> On Sep 20, 12:43 am, Ben Holmes <ad...@burningknife.com> wrote:It is not in its [sic] original shape the moment it is fired.
>> In article <7342d09e-d81b-49c1-91d3-85a8fa132...@n9g2000yqn.googlegroups.com>,
>> Bud says...
>>>>> On 6 Sep 2012 06:37:26 -0700, Ben Holmes <ad...@burningknife.com>
>>>>>> In the previous paragraphs, Mark Lane showed that the Warren Commission=
>>>>>> "Although the Commission asserted that its experts had proved that one =
>>>>> Lane just can't stop lying.
>>>> You just can't stop making claims that you cannot defend.
>>> Can you defend Lane`s claim that ce399 is undeformed?
>> The ballistics studies undertaken for the Warren Commission did an
> Since you are running from the question I will assume you can`t
>> Surely you can point to one of the photos showing a bullet which did half
> <snicker> What does this strawman have to do with anything?
> Since words have meaning, let me supply the definition for deformed,
> deformed past participle, past tense of de·form (Verb)
> Obviously CE399 is not in it`s original shape, therefore it is
So by your definition a test bullet fired into a water tank is
"deformed." And it can look just like CE 399.
>>>> [Further comments in the open forum]
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