If You Must Know – Tumblr Clarifies What “Muslim Garb” Is

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T-shirt available from the Tumblr blog Muslims Who Wear Things. (Image via Muslims Who Wear Things)

Did you find yourself wondering exactly what Juan Williams meant by “Muslim garb” when he expounded on his air travel fears on The O’Reilly Factor?

NewsFeed did too. Luckily for all of us, there is a Tumblr account that shows us what sort of “garb” he must be referring to. Muslims Wearing Things provides a thorough, photographic detailing of the sort of things that Muslims can be found wearing on any given day. Garb like t-shirts. And argyle. And hockey jerseys.

The blog even sells garb for “muslims and other people who like to wear things.”

If you find yourself still confused by Williams’ fear, well, chalk that up to his own faulty logic.

10 comments
stevechang
stevechang

I really hope we learn from this tragedy. We are so technologically advanced now, we should have better black boxes, better signalling, the inability for anyone on the plane to disable communications systems, the ability for phone calls to always be placed. We can do this.

KannanBalaji
KannanBalaji

WOW !!  Thanks........Now that you've "published" this crucial info online, FLIGHT JOURNEY is SAFER THAN BEFORE !!!!!!!!

b3etsy
b3etsy

Even if they cannot receive calls, would the phone or wireless device still be able to transmit GPS data or ping a satellite or something?

ReginaShwz
ReginaShwz

Altitude damn it! Altitude! Not phone jammers - don't complicate the plot. Just making phones work normally on a skyscraper is a challenge for telecommunication engineers. Making phones work on an aircraft flying high without a special satellite uplink is nearly impossible.

tiktok4321
tiktok4321

Now I see why it's no wonder the so few comments that are left here vs Daily Mail...

MattMarriott
MattMarriott

Last Prophet replies to "Six Theories, Four Last Words: Missing Jet by the Numbers":

Six Theories to divert from the Simple Truth, Four Last Words to mock the audience: Missing Jet by the Numbers = ZERO passengers.


Setting the stage for the very last video of Obama as Osama, this time not in a cave but standing next to a Boeing 777 of the Malaysian Airlines.


Reduced to one sentence: Soon to be disclosed that the terrorist pilot flew the plane to Osama Bin Laden in or near Afghanistan.

http://end-times-prophet.blogspot.com/2014/03/osama-bin-laden-resurrects-next-to.html

result #1 when you add Osama Bin Laden + "Last Prophet" (in quotes) and let google solve the sum

tiktok4321
tiktok4321

1. Cell phones don't work more than a certain number of miles from a cell tower.  That includes 5 miles above the earth at 40,000 ft, plus whatever lateral distance they were from land.  2.  The 9/11 flights were over US soil where there are cell towers.  I don't know of very many cell towers in the ocean.  3.  Passengers were likely unaware that they were off course because they were a) already asleep or b) had no reference to the Sun because it was the middle of the night or c) knocked out by the crew raising cabin altitude.  4. Generally, in the US, if a cell phone is out of reach of a network, then anyone calling said cell phone would more likely go straight to voice mail rather than ring.  A phone that was ringing would indicate that the phone is within reach of a cell tower and on or very near land.  If a phone is ringing and unanswered then the owner is likely dibilitated or ... no longer with us.

DaveAllen
DaveAllen

It is most likely because it was 1 a.m. and most of the passengers were sleeping.  They were over the ocean, with no cell service, it was dark below and they didn't notice anything unusual.

RICARDODMARTIN1
RICARDODMARTIN1

Surely these devices can't be legally sold or introduced on USA or EU, but there is a huge black market that delivers, specially if it is made in China