Wednesday, September 20, 2006

If You Could Give Three People a Truth Pill About 9-11

Who would it be?

Stolen from a great post by GreyL at Democratic Underground.

My answers:

1. Dick Cheney. Closing off the conspiracy theory.
2. Alex Jones. Get the looniest on the record.
3. Steven Jones. Everybody knows he's playing a game.


At 20 September, 2006 09:25, Blogger shawn said...

Hey, they also believe in truth serum. How adorable.

At 20 September, 2006 09:33, Blogger Dog Town said...

#1 Doolan Ovary (aka Do Over)
#2 Bush
#3 S.Jones

At 20 September, 2006 09:36, Blogger Chad said...

1. Bush
2. Killtown
3. Bermas (which would be a waste, 'cause I honestly believe he buys into all this stuff, but it'd be fun to watch him blather on about conspiracies for 4 or 5 hours straight.)

At 20 September, 2006 10:27, Blogger furrod said...

I was watching a special about the Mothman legend in West Virginia on the tele the other night, complete with a collection of earnest sounding experts, researchers and witnesses.
The collapse of the Point Pleasant Silver bridge was the work of the Mothman you see, and not the result of a structural failure. Boy did they sound just like the 9/11 CTers.

At 20 September, 2006 10:52, Blogger Simon Lazarus said...

Keep an eye on the fruitpies and whackjobs at DUmmies Underground. They are always good for a laugh or two about leftist paranoia.

At 20 September, 2006 10:55, Blogger Chad said...

Great... So Richard Gere is an accomplice in bringing down the towers too?

Hollywood... Why hast thou forsaken me?

At 20 September, 2006 11:24, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Yes he is....
Well he had some gerbils help him!

At 20 September, 2006 12:38, Blogger Triterope said...

If I had a magic truth pill, I wouldn't waste it on somebody like Alex Jones. Here's who I would do:

1. Osama bin Laden
2. Mohammed Atta
3. George Tenet

That should get us some answers about how 9/11 was planned, why it was planned, and how our government failed to stop it.

At 20 September, 2006 13:05, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

I would give the serum to:
1. Donald Rumsfeld
2. Dick Cheney
3. KSM


At 20 September, 2006 14:30, Blogger Homer Simpson said...

A truth pill would be great sometimes when dealing with such frustrating people. I don't know if you guys still have the stomach to read this sort of thing, but if you do have a look at this thread on an Australian sports forum. Some kid has seen Loose Change and takes it as Gospel. The good news is most of the other posters jump on him straight away. He has learned how to argue like a CT though - change the sugject and ignore evidence.

At 20 September, 2006 15:26, Blogger Kent said...

Steven Jones seriously torques me, particularly since he's doing his best to make a laughingstock of my alma mater. So I'm curious what game it is you think he is playing.

My own take is that he really is that nuts.

At 20 September, 2006 16:02, Blogger Alex said...

My own take is that he really is that nuts.

Absolutely. Him, Fetzer, and Alex Jones are undeniably nuts. It's only when it comes to Avery and Bermas that I'm not sure. They're too inarticulate too judge properly - either they're nuts, or they know they're full of shit but are too mesmerized by the fame and money.

At 20 September, 2006 16:54, Blogger default.xbe said...

personalyl i dont think jones (steven) is that nuts, i think hes just a really dishonest researcher, and now doesnt want to lose face by retracting his claim, so hes trying to fade into the background

At 21 September, 2006 04:05, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

I question to what extent Jones believes his delusions. I sincerely believe that much like in the televangelist world, there are con-men and hucksters that have figured out after listening to people like Art Bell that there is a lot of money to be made in conspiracy rambling. Money and fame.

Jones must feel the same almost-sexual rush that Jim Jones felt when his congregation was gathered in front of him.


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