fakers911 4 Oct 17 2010, 04:20 PM wrote:Guys,
Check this out:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuyQW_u1 ... r_embedded
and now check this one out (@0:30):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJO_7Ca6 ... re=related
His hair seems to be washed and cut nicely. He also seems to have got himself a new shoulder bag in the mean time... whaha..
His shirt looks cleaner too. :lol:
Edit: oh.. and what happend to the swelling on his head. It seems not to be there in the second video.
And what a coincedence that he managed to get interviewed twice amongst the thousands of people hanging around the towers.
nonhocapito wrote:"Mike Benfante", another name+surname combination that returns only 9/11 related-pages on google: http://www.google.com/search?q="mike+benfante".
As if these people wouldn't have had a shred of life in the past 9 years besides what happened on 9/11. Boy would that suck, to survive and have no life. Thank goodness they're all sims.
By the way, no chance Nina Pineda is anywhere but in a studio in the second video. And the first one, like many others, and unlike reality, really is just a "scene". With a beginning, a middle, and an end. Acting and camerawork visible throughout.
Publication Date: August 11, 2011
After nearly ten years of conflicted silence, a celebrated 9/11 survivor describes what it was like for him living with memories of 9/11 for the past decade.
On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, Michael Benfante went to work, just like he had day after day, at his office on eighty-first floor in the World Trade Center North Tower. Moments after the first plane struck, just twelve floors above him, Benfante organized his terrified employees, getting them out the office and moving down the stairwells. On his way down, he and another co-worker encountered a woman in a wheelchair on the sixty-eighth floor. Benfante, the woman and Benfante’s co-worker then embarked on a ninety-six-minute odyssey of escape—the two men carrying the woman down sixty-eight flights of stairs out of the North Tower and into an ambulance that rushed her to safety just minutes before the tower imploded.
A CBS video camera caught Benfante just as he got out the building, and almost immediately, the national media came calling. Benfante sat on the couch with Oprah Winfrey, where she hailed him as a hero. Almost one year to the day after 9/11, Benfante got married and the woman in the wheelchair sat in the front row.
That’s the storybook ending. But in the aftermath of 9/11, Benfante began a journey fraught with wrenching personal challenges of critical emotional and psychological depth in Reluctant Hero. Benfante shares the trappings of his public heroism, the loneliness of his private anguish, and the hope he finds for himself and for us. Because all of us—whether we were in the towers, in New York City, or someplace else—we are all 9/11 survivors. 16 black-and-white photographs
fakers911 wrote:You are right about the hair, though it seems that his hair got a little thinner over the years ..
Anyway... Check this scene out:
Straight out of Hollywood! Whahoo!
You should also check out his shoulder strap. He is missing the metal buckle in the Mike Benfante 1.0 version.
EDIT: The Verizon building is clearly visible. Now we need to find pre 9/11 pictures which where shot at the same location, to see if the building locations are not messed up aswell.
Not sure how this thread escaped me, but I'm loving the Fire truck tyres in 2 feet of debris, whilst the car behind has its wheels completely visible!
HonestlyNow wrote:Not sure how this thread escaped me, but I'm loving the Fire truck tyres in 2 feet of debris, whilst the car behind has its wheels completely visible!
It's a debris tsunami !
What's with that small person?
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