Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Gee, Sorry Guys

From the Loose Change Forum:

When I Google "Loose Change Forums" I get several listings of the "Screw Loose Change" folks but the forums here don't show up for me, at least not on first 4 pages of results. After 4 pages, one might well give up. I almost did.

To paraphrase Glenn Reynolds, "Heh".

21 Comments:

At 23 August, 2006 19:34, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

That is funny...and satisfying.

of course, they will say it has something to do with the fact that the forum is under the large heading of the LC site...some hogwash like that.

 
At 23 August, 2006 20:00, Blogger Pat said...

There are some advantages to being a part of the New World Order (in addition to the employee discount in the cafeteria).

 
At 23 August, 2006 20:13, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Like hey man, I mean - Loose Change puts you here?

I mean, like that has to be a conspiracy.

 
At 23 August, 2006 20:23, Blogger Good Lieutenant said...

It must be the jooooos....

 
At 23 August, 2006 20:25, Blogger default.xbe said...

odd, there used to be a link to the LC forums on the first page of google results

of coruse it was an exit link from maddox's site, lol

 
At 23 August, 2006 20:30, Blogger default.xbe said...

actually now that think about it theyd probably place higher in the results if they hosted their own forums instead of using invisionfree

 
At 23 August, 2006 20:35, Blogger Richard said...

There are some advantages to being a part of the New World Order (in addition to the employee discount in the cafeteria).

True. Though I am getting tired of the same old gefilte fish and matzah bread.

 
At 24 August, 2006 03:56, Blogger Dean Malenko Eats Dogs said...

It does show up on the bottom of the first page if you search on the phrase "Bukkaked with stupid"

 
At 24 August, 2006 04:27, Blogger telescopemerc said...

True. Though I am getting tired of the same old gefilte fish and matzah bread.

That's because you are never around for Thursday's 'Christian Baby Blood Bread' special.

 
At 24 August, 2006 06:57, Blogger nesNYC said...

In other more important news, PM authors pull out from debate at the last minute:

Popular Mechanics "9/11 Myths" Debunker Cancels Radio Debate

 
At 24 August, 2006 07:08, Blogger James B. said...

I exchanged e-mail with Richard Curtis, after he ran an editorial in the Seattle-PI. He is a dishonest hack, they should have asked me to debate.

 
At 24 August, 2006 07:14, Blogger nesNYC said...

Well, he's not the one that pulled out. Seems PM is afraid of the CT'ers no?

 
At 24 August, 2006 07:22, Blogger James B. said...

Probably some other reason. Why would they pass up the opportunity to promote their book? No reason to be afraid of this guy, not the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree, even by ST911 standards. Maybe he has learned more in the last couple of months, but he wasn't even that familiar with the issues, he just kept on quoting David Ray Griffin. Every time I would prove his argument factually wrong, he would change it and pretend it never happened. Then he would use the "I am a professor" argument. An adjunct professor is barely a professor, even by philosophy standards.

 
At 24 August, 2006 08:00, Blogger nesNYC said...

Why would they pass up the opportunity to promote their book?

I see it as damage control to promote book sales. What if, like other instances, these "experts" are made to look ridicules? That would insure the book was a flop. I see fear written all over this pull out.

 
At 24 August, 2006 08:02, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

I think getting James, or Pat, or Gumboot over at JREF, or several others, would be a great idea...I just wish someone would debate these morons in a public forum, widely watched.

 
At 24 August, 2006 10:45, Blogger default.xbe said...

Well, he's not the one that pulled out. Seems PM is afraid of the CT'ers no?

never wrestle pigs in the mud, you both get dirty and you soon find the pig enjoys it

 
At 26 August, 2006 10:20, Blogger shawn said...

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At 26 August, 2006 10:22, Blogger shawn said...

that debate isn't about facts. It's about rhetoric.

I've seen creationists "win" debates without using any facts (since they have none), purely on their wit.

 
At 26 August, 2006 13:12, Blogger Ronin said...

Lol if a truther pulls out from a heart attack you guys would be all over it.This guy does it and someone says they didnt want to wrestle pigs in mud.Rofl.You my friend are a scholar.

 
At 26 August, 2006 14:01, Blogger Alex said...

All over WHAT? Frankly, I'm quite happy when a Troofer decides not to speak out. Why would I complain about it, or make fun of him? The less of you assholes there are spreading these lies, the better off we all are. If you want to have a heart attack and avoid doing an interview, GREAT! Convince some of your buddies to do the same. If enough of you fuck off, maybe the rest of us will be able to focus all this wasted energy into more productive pursuits.

 
At 26 August, 2006 20:45, Blogger Rowe_Korey said...

Dylan,

Is this US?

 

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