Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Stupid Loose Change Forum Post of the Day

Now I am used to stupid posts on this forum, but this one was so idiotic, I am not sure if it is a joke. None of the other posters are correcting him though. I should give a prize to the person who can point out the most errors.

Here are some of the main points that depict the government responsible for the 9/11 attacks:

· Why was molten metal, literally 3000 degrees, found at ground zero six months after the attacks when jet fuel (The government’s reason of why the towers fell was from jet fuel fires) cant burn past 1800 degrees?

· Why was a special steel cutting thermite found on the steel of the WTC ( Thermite is a favorite substance in the controlled demolition business.)·

Is it a coincidence that George Bush’s brother made all the decision for the security company that provided insurance for the entire WTC site and Dulles Airport (Where one plane was hijacked) and is it a coincidence that he stepped down from his position on September 10th and the person who preceded him died in his office on September 11th? Also, is it a coincidence that the person who replaced him was a top anti-terrorism agent who investigated and captured many top terrorists after the
1993 WTC attacks?

· Why did Donald Rumsfeld report on September 10th that the Pentagon just “Lost Track” of 2.2 trillion dollars and say they were going to investigate it. But the next day the world changed and no investigation happened.

· Why did WTC 7 ( a 47 story skyscraper 300 feet from the South and North Towers) fall at 5:20 on September 11, 2001 when it wasn’t even hit by a plane.

· The government says the building fell because it was damaged by the collapse of the Twin Towers yet the buildings directly under the WTC stood standing for months.

· Why did Norad and other U.S. air defenses fail to scramble jets to the other 3 hijacked planes some over an hour after the first plane was hijacked?

· Why did the government release a report in 2000 called the Project for The New American Century where it said this, “"Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event — like a new Pearl Harbor.”


29 Comments:

At 28 November, 2006 20:11, Blogger MarkyX said...

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein

 
At 28 November, 2006 20:16, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Like hey man, I mean, you're just jealous 'cause we've got a cult!

Boxcutters ha ha ha ha ha!

 
At 28 November, 2006 20:19, Blogger James B. said...

If I ever started a cult I would want a bunch of hot young impressionable women, not a group of paranoid barely literate 20 something males.

 
At 28 November, 2006 20:21, Blogger Rowe_Korey said...

Dylan says the women will come out in the spring. He promised me. Maybe not for Jason.

 
At 28 November, 2006 21:55, Blogger Alex said...

Wow.

I count 11 sentences, and 17 mistakes. And I'm not including "dumb questions which have already answered" as mistakes, I'm talking just actual mistakes.

That HAS to be a new record....an average of 1.54 mistakes per sentence.

 
At 28 November, 2006 22:30, Blogger apathoid said...

Alex, that dood ain't got nuthin' on Truthseeker from JREF. That LC post would be a major step forward for good ole Ace!!

 
At 29 November, 2006 03:00, Blogger Pepik said...

It is interesting to see the process of embellishment in action. We can watch as small lies are rewritten, dramatised, enhanced and expanded.

 
At 29 November, 2006 03:13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the myth is established. I'm going to go away and boil my head.

 
At 29 November, 2006 05:40, Blogger CHF said...

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At 29 November, 2006 05:42, Blogger CHF said...

Thermite is a favorite substance in the controlled demolition business.

In what corner of their arse do they find this stuff?

 
At 29 November, 2006 06:01, Blogger Manny said...

Oh come on. That's gotta be one of us tweaking the twoofers.

 
At 29 November, 2006 06:07, Blogger default.xbe said...

check the thread, hes got a bigger list now

new and improved, with 75% more errors!

 
At 29 November, 2006 06:55, Blogger remdem said...

Oh come on. That's gotta be one of us tweaking the twoofers.

No, I vowed never to do that again. The last time I tried pulling one over on them, we ended up with the introduction of star wars beam weapons hitting the towers theories.

 
At 29 November, 2006 07:27, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Oh come on. That's gotta be one of us tweaking the twoofers

Or a twoofer tweaking?

 
At 29 November, 2006 07:28, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Good to see you back avery dylan!!

 
At 29 November, 2006 07:36, Blogger Curt Cameron said...

I count nine errors in just the first three sentences, possibly ten errors. That's a pretty good ratio.

· Why was molten metal, literally 3000 degrees 1, found at ground zero six months 2 after the attacks when jet fuel (The government’s reason of why the towers fell was from jet fuel fires 3) cant burn past 1800 degrees?

· Why was a special steel cutting thermite found on the steel of the WTC 4 ( Thermite is a favorite substance in the controlled demolition business 5.)

· Is it a coincidence that George Bush’s brother made all the decision 6 for the security company that provided insurance 7 for the entire WTC site 8 and Dulles Airport (Where one plane was hijacked) and is it a coincidence that he stepped down from his position on September 10th 9 and the person who preceded him died in his office on September 11th????

Did the person who preceded Marvin on Securacom's board really die? And was the person who replaced Marvin a former anti-terrorism agent?

 
At 29 November, 2006 08:05, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

there are so many obvious, outright assinine errors in that post, I am calling prank/fake truther on this one.

TAM

 
At 29 November, 2006 08:08, Blogger James B. said...

I think he meant to say "suceeded" rather than "preceeded", and was referring to John O'Neil, who of course had nothing to do with Marvin Bush or the company that Bush served on the board for. O'Neil is commonly cited as starting on September 11th, but in reality he started several weeks before. I think that is 5 errors in that one sentance. An impressive ratio.

 
At 29 November, 2006 09:08, Blogger Peephole said...

He's joking, right?

 
At 29 November, 2006 11:33, Blogger acmefoilco said...

I'm with TAM on his calling the post a prank. I think that MM is looking to update his "What I Learned From 9-11 Conspiracy Theories" page. He's over there askin' for the CTer's main 250 points for a "high school project".

 
At 29 November, 2006 11:42, Blogger James B. said...

One would think, but he is receiving positive feedback there.

Awesome job man !!! Spread the word !!!!

 
At 29 November, 2006 11:51, Blogger acmefoilco said...

Yes, he is but he's encouraging the Tin-Foil Hat Brigade to give him more talking points. They're such egotistical idiots that they won't have a clue that he's mining for nuggets with which to hoist them on their own pitards, for a humor essay.

 
At 29 November, 2006 11:57, Blogger acmefoilco said...

James- Click on his profile page. Look at his picture. Read his profile. It's actually pretty funny. His post was that he's a high school student. His pic is hilarious. (twenty-something?) His profile says he's 45. Sum-thin is fishy!

 
At 29 November, 2006 11:59, Blogger acmefoilco said...

Go to his myspace page:
http://www.myspace.com/igotpimpinsuits

 
At 29 November, 2006 12:28, Blogger James B. said...

As I have always said, these people are beyond parody.

 
At 29 November, 2006 15:08, Blogger Simon Lazarus said...

I would say that we all should spend time showing this complete imbecile how completely wrong he/she/it is, but what a waste of time it would be. After all, these people believe that these fake things as "facts" and have been proven, when in fact they have been made up by the Troothers.

How can you convince someone who believes that the Earth is flat that it is not? Take them on a trip?

 
At 29 November, 2006 21:35, Blogger remdem said...

How can you convince someone who believes that the Earth is flat that it is not? Take them on a trip?

I dunno. Is the Earth REALLY a sphere? I mean, I've never been on the other side, and all NASA photos show is a round dish in space.

A simple test might be to lite some thermate and see where it goes. If it burns a hole throught the earth and you can see space on the other side, it's flat. If it makes a normal ol' hole, then obviously science is wrong where you live and you should get them repealed.

 
At 30 November, 2006 05:09, Blogger Alex said...

You're right man, that Columbus guy was a total fraud. It's physically impossible for his "official story" to be correct. We need a new investigation!

ASK QUESTIONS!



(and before anyone gets anal about the details, yes, I know it was technically the Greeks who figured it out first...)

 
At 02 December, 2006 21:09, Blogger Andrew Lowe-Watson said...

No, It's you who are really sad ones.

You find comfort in a few factual inaccuracies. yet have nothing to say about the Pentagon Trillions, the War Games that took place that day , the fact that Building Seven 's collapse was initiated by the collapse of the least fire-damaged columns, the glaring similarities with the Northwoods plot and the admission in the PNAC that nearly all terrorism is state-sponsored.

The Emperor has no clothes.

 

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