Saturday, October 28, 2006

Pawk the Retawd in the Hawvawd Yawd

Nutty 9-11 Denial is everywhere including at a Harvard knockoff newspaper, called the Crimpson.

12 Comments:

At 28 October, 2006 19:10, Blogger Simon Lazarus said...

Whew! Tinfoil nuthattery at its finest!

Where do these nutjobs come from? Is it the water? Do they have some secret hole where they were born and lived, waiting for 9/11 to make shit up about?

Can anyone enlighten me? From under what rock did these screwballs crawl?

 
At 28 October, 2006 19:38, Blogger Richard said...

So much for "Higher learning"

 
At 28 October, 2006 19:55, Blogger shawn said...

Yay, it's hit near me now!

 
At 28 October, 2006 19:56, Blogger shawn said...

Hey look, they link to Norman Finkelstein's website!

 
At 28 October, 2006 21:50, Blogger remdem said...

Where do these nutjobs come from? Is it the water? Do they have some secret hole where they were born and lived, waiting for 9/11 to make shit up about?

You don't suppose they're the leftovers from our government's secret genetic engineering tests? I mean, the government did murder 3,000 of its own citizens and destroyed two skyscrapers in a city in its own country to blow up the papers that would reveal evidence of these secret labs, but they forgot to get rid of the prime evidence: The existance of these truthers.

 
At 28 October, 2006 21:52, Blogger remdem said...

By the way, that is supposed to be a joke. I don't actually think 9/11 was a conspiracy to cover up genetic engineering of the truthers.

Just in case some Truther thinks I'm on to something... Not like it would deter them, they would probably just say "he changed his story because the government got to him!"

 
At 28 October, 2006 21:58, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

So much for "Higher learning"

Yes Richard they are doing SPECIAL DRUGS!!

 
At 29 October, 2006 10:18, Blogger ConsDemo said...

Does this publication actually exist or is it strictly some fruitcake's personal website?

All the non-nutjob stories link to the real paper ("The Crimson") while the 9/11 "articles" (and the picture of the doofus dressed as a cassette tape) link to Denier sites.

 
At 29 October, 2006 13:24, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

How can someone going to Harvard have so much time on their hands, as to create that pile of godamn rubbish?

TAM

 
At 30 October, 2006 06:40, Blogger DonQ said...

I think it's funny that you all think that focusing on Loose Change somehow negates all the other work that's been done on 9/11. If you want to debunk something worth debunking, try 9/11 Mysteries.

Here's a little challenge--in your own words (not linking to any bogus website) explain how it was that molten steel came to be found in the rubble piles of all three buildings that collapsed, given that jet fuel doesn't burn hot enough to melt steel.

Maybe you're one of those who says no molten steel was found. Well, even popular mechanics admits it was there. And how do THEY explain it? Incredibly, they cite three unnamed "experts" who allegedly told them that because the rubble was covering the metal and so air was not cooling the fires (and thus also not feeding them oxygen as fire requires) the temperature could rise to the point of melting the steel.

You can believe that story, but you would be using faith-based pseudo-scientific reasoning. Extra points for anyone who can get PM to name the "experts" who told them this baloney!

 
At 30 October, 2006 07:11, Blogger Stevew said...

How about a point-by-point rebuttal to PM's claims?

That's what PM did to your theories and what Mark's viewers' guide did to Loose Change.

"Oh yeah, well you suck," isn't a debunking.

This whole 9/11 debate is an even bigger mismatch than the Six Day War.

Why have the toofers not filed charges so they could bring out all their so called experts?

When you ask these fools why they have not filed charges if their evidence is so strong, they will say: We are just asking questions even though they have been answered over and over by real experts.

We have answered all the toofer's questions so many times it is silly to continue when they never answer ours or give explanations to back up their theories

 
At 30 October, 2006 07:14, Blogger CHF said...

dong,

how about a photo or two of these rivers of molten steel?

And don't forget an explanation of how explosives could cause that.

 

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