Wednesday, August 16, 2006

It's the Jerry Springer Show

I know I have been discussing Jim Fetzer too much, but the guy is so damn funny. Now he is on Jerry Springer's radio show. Jerry, although he falsely calls Fetzer an engineer on a couple of occasions, actually does a pretty good job. All those years of interviewing wacko ex-boyfriends and strippers must have paid off. Fetzer is obviously not used to people challenging him, and gets quite testy when Springer interrupts his usual talking points. How sad is it when Jerry Springer is the voice of reason?


At 16 August, 2006 23:45, Blogger default.xbe said...

and gets quite testy when Springer interrupts his usual talking points.

man, he complains jerry isnt letting him talk, but hes just trying to respond to points as they are made before fetzer moves on to something else

i had to turn it off when fetzer started talking about the towers falling faster than free fall, does anyone in the "truth" movement realize the gravitational constant of the earth would have to change for that to happen?

At 17 August, 2006 00:30, Blogger Dog Town said...

The vagina caller was interesting!

At 17 August, 2006 00:46, Blogger Dog Town said...

And the winner is!
The cuffflink vagina caller!

At 17 August, 2006 06:40, Blogger CHF said...

The only way the 9/11 Deniers can present themselves is if they are allowed to just endlessly sprew mindless crap.

Inject some common sense and they scream about being "interupted" or "sensored."

At 17 August, 2006 07:32, Blogger James B. said...

Yeah, I never quite appreciated Tommy Lee's contribution to national security.

At 17 August, 2006 07:34, Blogger Chad said...

It's getting harder and harder to listen to Fetzer vomit out lies every time he sits in front of a microphone.

Are there OTC drugs to control blood pressure? I may have to swing by Duane Reade over lunch....

At 17 August, 2006 07:37, Blogger Billythekid said...

Typical Fetzer: he says he has written 35 or so books ("Hey, I'm not stupid"), avoids questions by telling yet another story (mostly about research he hasn't conducted himself), and when he's challenged all he has to say is: You're a talkshow host, what do you know about it?

At 17 August, 2006 08:33, Blogger Pepik said...

I really don't get why fetzer tells such old crap. I mean can't he stick to the new crap? Seriously, the hijackers are still alive? That's one of the oldest, weakest ones around.

At 17 August, 2006 10:22, Blogger CHF said...

I guess such stupidity can only mean that Fetzer works for the CIA....

At 17 August, 2006 11:25, Blogger mick187tharct said...

I just listened to Uncle Fetzer on the Springer show on Air America. What a loon. Not surprised he used to be a Philosophy and not a Physics professor! He doesn't appear to be too familiar with Newton's Second and Third Laws of Motion when he claims explosions 'blew down' the WTC towers faster than free fall. Anyone with a basic understanding of physics would know that explosions in the upper floors of the towers would apply a downward force on the floors below and a upward reaction force on the floors above which cancel each other out and contribute nothing to the net motion of the floors. i.e. no downward acceleration of the floors greater than gravity. QED

At 17 August, 2006 14:55, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always enjoyed Jerry Springer too :)
And he also argues smarter than Fetzer :)
Jerry Springer argues logically against Planehugging (08/16)
Jerry Springer argues logically against Planes (08/16)
-The Grandfather of Fake Reality TV should know :)

Though Jerry Springer supported the official story,
he questioned the logic of the 'planes' in regarding
of the controlled demolition.
Springer talked with 9/11 Scholar Jim Fetzer,
who believes that a remote controlled aircraft hit the South Tower.

Jerry Springer (13:47)
"...I'm trying to go on basic logic...
Let's say the government put all the explosives inside the building...
Why would they need the planes?
...Why did they have to add the airplanes to do that?...
That would make it a lot more complicated...
You can ground the planes..."

Jim Fetzer:
"...Maybe they needed a help in the planning?
It was a psychological operation..."


Loose Change, Kevin Barrett and the 9/11 Scholars are only
covering half of the truth, which turns it into a limited hangout.
Same to the Vanity Fair-NORAD negligence hangout.

The rest is documented here:

If anyone agrees please sign the following petition at:

At 17 August, 2006 15:38, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

The funniest thing, is that Fetzer would fit right in when Jerry shouts out "Alabama" and everyone starts square dancing (no offence alabama guys).

I think it is one of the 4 signs of the apocalypse when Jerry Springer is the voice of reason...


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home