Sunday, January 14, 2007

A Request to Our Bosses In the New World Order

Okay, love you guys, but....

Yes, we told you that Loose Change seems to succeed with younger people because it combines an MTV-soundtrack with poor researching and an extremely annoying voice-over. But this whole idea of trying to make dozens of these films to dilute the message is driving us buggy. First it was 9-11 Mysteries, with that space cadet female announcer (still working out the bugs with voice morphing technology?).

But over this weekend, you've gone too far. This JohnDohX movie from the Pilots for 9-11 Denial is absurd. Look, we told you the 9-11 Deniers are imbeciles, but they're never going to believe this absurd film. Kudos on the voice-over, though--that's as annoying as Dylan and Sofia combined.

And this is absolutely hilarious:



It can't just be fingernails on blackboard voices and ridiculous claims and annoying MTV music. Well, maybe it can, but does it have to be so over the top? And who thought up the title? Yeah, I know what "The Process of Transformation" refers to (cough, PNAC, cough), but we're talking about that 25% of the population who look to Hustler for their highbrow entertainment. Free-fall speed is good, but when you tell them (at 1:42) that a brick thrown from the top would have hit the street at the same time as the two towers, half of them will think they've caught you in a mistake because they know the WTC wasn't made out of bricks.

6 Comments:

At 14 January, 2007 21:34, Anonymous Anonymous said...

John Connor Quote (from his new radio show):

"I don't claim to be an expert on anything except making a scene."

 
At 14 January, 2007 22:13, Blogger Alex said...

I think Bill Giltner and Swinger are dumb enough to buy this. They certainly believes the majority of the claims made in the movie.

 
At 14 January, 2007 23:13, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Duuuuuuuuude liiiiike passssssss the booooooong

 
At 15 January, 2007 04:39, Blogger troy said...

.....for the love of God, what was that crap?

 
At 15 January, 2007 12:39, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

"Truth" for dummies

TAM:)

 
At 15 January, 2007 20:37, Blogger Curt Cameron said...

That was just pathetic. I would think the folks at Google Video and YouTube would want their disk space back. It didn't even try to make a point.

There's not even much to debunk in it, because there's just so little content. There was the remark about 67 NORAD scrambles, but what else did it say?

I agree with R.Mackey at JREF - it's over for the Truthers. The only ones left are the complete loons, and Dylan himself who seems to not be buying it anymore.

 

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