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| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu October 24, 2013:|
From previous comment: "the "hoax" photo was taken years before the 11 September events and was initially just a joke among friends"
Might be true, but 1 what a coincidence then. and 2 in that case at a post 9-11 date another (or the same but that would really be ridiculous) person retouched the hoax shot to add '091101' at bottom right. So I can not, and I'm sure very few people can, actually disprove what you are saying, but it's a fact that someone has been very disrespectful here, and unthoughtful at that with the mistake. Need I say I remember the events very well myself too..?
| A visitor from United States posted Tue September 11, 2012:|
Famous due to a hoax picture
| A visitor from - posted Fri July 1, 2011:|
VERY poorly researched hoax. They could have at least used a picture of a 767...
| A visitor from United States posted Tue March 22, 2011:|
Possibly the most (in)famous stock picture of a 757, and a good looking photo at that. Plus, the so called "tourist guy" was quite entertaining for us that had to explain to the masses why it was a fake.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon December 27, 2010:|
Very nice picture showing immense detail... and by the way, before firing off your yappers, try doing a little research first... the "hoax" photo was taken years before the 11 September events and was initially just a joke among friends -- never intended for its unfortunate eventual use. It shames me to see so many people ready to condemn without even bothering to do an origin search first.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon July 5, 2010:|
Apperantly, the picture that shows the tourist about to get hit by this plane was the original person who made the hoax in the first place...
| A visitor from - posted Thu July 1, 2010:|
Great pic showing just how massive an airliner is up close. Whoever used this photo for the hoax pic obviously didn't know that 767s were used in the WTC attacks.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon May 31, 2010:|
This picture has a great angle. It is quite disrespectful to take this photo and involve it in a hoax involving the most emotional day (probably) in US History. Only a truly heartless person would do this. Anyways, great photo!
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed January 27, 2010:|
What a damn discusting thing to do with a photo.If people have nothing better to do than play around with such a painfull day in world history,and someones excellent photo that they are kind enough to share here. Than there is seriously something wrong with their head.This is a superb photo and I see now why water marks are added.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu March 26, 2009:|
Awesome 757 AA
| A visitor from United States posted Fri April 4, 2008:|
I'm American and for some reason I feel that the person who did the hoax picture is american too and that's very dis-respectful of all the people in the world only a select few could be happy about this hoax picture, just really gets to me, my brother died in the North tower! I was supposed to be there but I missed my train and saw impact on the walk to work, my heart dropped and I didn't know what was going on
| A visitor from United States posted Thu November 1, 2007:|
Thats a big plane.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat July 14, 2007:|
It was used in the Accidental Tourist photo, which is where I first saw it. But I just think it's a really cool pic in general. It shows the size of the plane and is just an overall good shot.
| A visitor from Germany posted Mon July 9, 2007:|
I can´t understand people disrespecting ethnic rules.
Great picture although it has a bad taste for me...
| A visitor from United States posted Mon June 25, 2007:|
I can't believe someone would disrespect you like that. Great picture though!
| A visitor from Norway posted Sat April 28, 2007:|
Great it was a 767-200 not 300 ;)
| A visitor from United States posted Sat October 21, 2006:|
Good picture, such a shame it was put to such bad use. Of course the biggest mistake with that hoax is that a 757 from AA didnt even hit the WTC- it was a 767-300.
| A visitor from Greece posted Sat September 23, 2006:|
Very nice picture, too bad someone *HAD* to use it in such a filthy way...
| A visitor from United States posted Sun November 13, 2005:|
Shows the entire aircraft, plus plenty of detail