Oh My God, I Think I Am Going To Be Sick
From an interview with Dylan Avery on an Internet radio station:
Dylan: I'm not doing anything extraordinary, I'm just doing my job as an American.
Interviewer: Well, that's what all great geniuses say.
Someone hand me the anti-nausea medicine....
The site, Beyond the Ordinary, by the way, belongs to a woman who lives down the street in Yelm, Washington, J.Z. Knight, who is somewhat famous locally for making millions "channeling" a 35,000 year old warrior named "Ramtha".
Once again, is there anyone who is connected to this 9/11 "truth" movement, who isn't a complete fraud and/or nutcase?
Hat tip JREF forum.
Update: Well we now know who their target demographic is, from the same interview at the 21 minute mark:
I know there’s high school classes that are refusing to watch 9/11 videos, like 9/11, you know, supposed official documentaries, because their teachers try to play them and they’re like, “No, we’ve already seen Loose Change and we don’t want to watch this” I mean, someone told me that the other day, they heard that from a friend who was still in high school. I mean that’s unreal, I mean, groups of high school students, are like banding around my movie. It’s kinda cool.
OK, Dylan, how are you doing with people who don't still live with their parents?
Update 2: Well, they may not like Bush, but apparently they are big Ahmadinejad fans. From later on in the same interview, this time with Bermas at the 53:40 mark:
Jason Bermas: How many people actually read the 18 page letter that the President of Iran sent Bush? I mean it was out there, but did anyone read it?
Crazy interviewer lady: No, we're going to have to put a link to that, because it’s a great letter.
Jason: Oh yeah, absolutely.