Monday, October 23, 2006

Spooky Figures Out the Pentagon

Spooked 9-11 lays it all out for you:

A small version of Judy Wood's Star Wars beam weapon was used to knock down the lamp poles and fry the generator and create the hole in the building. Pre-planted explosives did the rest of the damage to the building. Plane parts were pre-planted and also sprinkled from an over-flying plane a la Operation Northwoods.


It's good to see 9-11 investigators using their research skills and building on the solid work by Judy "Keebler Elves" Wood.

14 Comments:

At 23 October, 2006 08:23, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

When I read this over at CS site, I actually sprayed diet coke up into my nose. It still hurts.

So nice to have a good joke to read over lunch.

TAM

 
At 23 October, 2006 09:01, Blogger Jujigatami said...

Thats it.

I call BS.

Spooked 9-11 has to be a JREFer messing with the nutters.

The chicken wire experiment was obviously a joke at the nutters expense, but when they started believing it, defending it, and referencing it, he really took off.

There is no way this is really what someone thinks.

Sorry to blow your cover dude, but the game is up, you just went too far this time.

 
At 23 October, 2006 09:07, Blogger Abby Scott said...

Wow. I love how the CT crowd believe the order of importance goes:

1. Destroy the Pentagon
2. Bend light poles

 
At 23 October, 2006 09:23, Blogger James B. said...

I will offer a $1,000,000 prize to anyone who can bend lightpoles with their mind.

 
At 23 October, 2006 09:45, Blogger tym said...

The light poles were actually the main plot of 9/11 (Rumsfeld is much more out of touch with what tugs at the heart strings of Americans than any of us could possibly know) - The other stuff was just added on because nobody had the heart to tell Donny that Operation Lightpole Bending wouldn't really be a good precursor for war.

 
At 23 October, 2006 09:50, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

If you guys like that you will LOVE THIS!!

http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=55498992&blogID=161977790&MyToken=2466875f-ca40-4984-9f4e-d8d00831af6d

 
At 23 October, 2006 10:59, Blogger Abby Scott said...

I love it, Lying Dylan.

Not only are the light poles as important as the pentagon.

Dinner at Outback? Just as reportable as an interview with a priest.

 
At 23 October, 2006 11:09, Blogger Jujigatami said...

I'm getting tired of this. I need a vacation.

I mean, if there were no lightpoles knocked over, it would be evidence of no plane since you would HAVE to knock over lightpoles if a 757 were flying in to the pentagon.

But since there are lightpoles knocked over, its evidence there was no plane since, well, since what exactly?

Jesus christ, a star wars energy beam, and now its a "small version"

Like I said before, I call BS.

 
At 23 October, 2006 11:20, Blogger Manny said...

The light poles were actually the main plot of 9/11

Just one of the light poles, actually. It was really, really annoying to one of the generals of the Permanent Government. It shined just the wrong way though his staff car and disturbed his reading the stock pages to see how much money he had made that day.

So he had it taken out with extreme prejudice. The other light poles were just a diversion. But someone could have figured it out, so they threw in the whole "destroy a wing of the Pentagon" thing and that stuff about the World Trade Center as a diversion. Diabolical, I tell you.

 
At 23 October, 2006 11:23, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Just more case in points that the Government should regulate and censor the internet so exterme terrorist supporters such as Spooky can not disseminate information that provides support to enemies of the United States of America!

 
At 23 October, 2006 11:44, Blogger tym said...

Why won't they tell us what they had to eat at the Outback? What do they have to hide?

Funny how they're so willing to suggest everyone is complicit in a major terrorist attack but the actual perpetrators, yet they don't tell us how Jason Bermas likes his steak!

 
At 23 October, 2006 14:12, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

See how the CTers set it up so they cant lose. The official story is a cover up. Anything that is too outlandish, so as to discredit their movement, is disinfo...JHC, they make up the rules as they go...

TAM

 
At 23 October, 2006 16:21, Blogger shawn said...

Just more case in points that the Government should regulate and censor the internet so exterme terrorist supporters such as Spooky can not disseminate information that provides support to enemies of the United States of America!

Who else loves a good strawman?

I will offer a $1,000,000 prize to anyone who can bend lightpoles with their mind.

There aren't the droids you're looking for.

 
At 24 October, 2006 05:49, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Who else loves a good strawman?
I thought he was great in the Wizard of Oz!

 

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