Saturday, October 28, 2006

More Barrett Nuttery

This is a fun video, again showing Kevin Barrett trying his hand at lots of humorous voices. This guy's a wannabe standup comic. Get the whole bit about green bits of paper and the red pill and the Matrix.

17 Comments:

At 29 October, 2006 01:24, Blogger 911coverup said...

War on Science

I wonder if this includes the NIST's "scientific" report lol

 
At 29 October, 2006 08:48, Blogger zippychippy said...

Gosh he's such a poor, awkward public speaker. My students would have started throwing Skittles at him.

 
At 29 October, 2006 10:05, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

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At 29 October, 2006 10:08, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

911C this may be very very difficult for you but could you please stay on topic?

I know that you Tin Foil Hatters have a hard time due to your hat not always being aligned properly but if you could try that would be appreciated.

I bet you babble alot to yourself when no one is around

 
At 29 October, 2006 10:11, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if this includes the NIST's "scientific" report lol

Why? And no, it doesn't.

You can't read, yet you can type. Amazing.

 
At 29 October, 2006 10:14, Blogger James B. said...

I have never seen a professor who did so many silly voices. No wonder he is just a part time lecturer.

 
At 29 October, 2006 10:49, Blogger shawn said...

I wonder if this includes the NIST's "scientific" report lol

The NIST isn't the White House, moron.

 
At 29 October, 2006 11:07, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

I have never seen a professor who did so many silly voices. No wonder he is just a part time lecturer.

I am sure this is under direction of this doctor so as to make sure he has plenty of time to take all of his meds.

 
At 29 October, 2006 12:02, Blogger Triterope said...

I'm not sure what to make of this. Most conspiracy theorists are incapable of even recognizing humor, much less trying to create it. He's amateurish at best, but this is way more than most CTs would ever be capable of. I give him credit for trying.

Though I'm not sure if this makes him a good candidate to eventually come to his senses, or if he's so far gone that he finds humor in the differences between reality and the world he currently inhabits.

 
At 29 October, 2006 13:21, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Tangental thought processes is one of the hallmark symptoms of Schizophrenia.

TAM:)

 
At 29 October, 2006 13:47, Blogger James B. said...

Is it just me, or does he spend an inordinate amount of time rocking back and forth? He looks like Dustin Hoffman in Rainman.

 
At 29 October, 2006 14:34, Blogger remdem said...

Tangental thought processes is one of the hallmark symptoms of Schizophrenia.


That is not true. I wash my car every week, and I am not schizophrenic. Also, I forget to feed my cat.

 
At 29 October, 2006 14:36, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Did anyone witness the cashing of that check that Fetzer displayed?

 
At 29 October, 2006 14:48, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Feter refers to a "french team" that "not widely known" observed the first plane hit!

Ooooooh!!
spoooooookey!!

I love how these nutbar douchebags ALWAYS make irrelevant statements but add an air of intrigue as if their point is smoething more then bullshit.

I love his take a cup of gas and pour it out and see if you can light just a portiom.

Ya doucebag this proves what?

 
At 29 October, 2006 22:11, Blogger Jay said...

Did he used to work for the Muppet Show??
Cause he is very good at doing strange voices.

 
At 30 October, 2006 05:55, Blogger Manny said...

Is it just me, or does he spend an inordinate amount of time rocking back and forth? He looks like Dustin Hoffman in Rainman.

Thermite. Definitely thermite. Uh oh, ten minutes to controlled demolition. I'm an excellent professor.

 
At 01 November, 2006 09:42, Blogger PhilBiker said...

Thermite. Definitely thermite. Uh oh, ten minutes to controlled demolition. I'm an excellent professor.

WTC7 sucks.

 

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