Thursday, April 19, 2007

Alex Jones is Big Fat Stupid White Man

I usually just make fun of Alex Jones, because he is actually quite funny if you accept that he is a parody of himself, but now he is just getting insulting. He is on GCN right now discussing how he can prove that Seung-Hui Cho was a government trained assassin. From one of his numerous websites:

Seung-Hui Cho was a mind-controlled assassin, whether you believe he was under the influence of outside parties or not, the fact is that the cultural brainwashing of violent video games and psychotropic drugs directly contributed, as it does in all these cases, to the carnage at Virginia Tech on Monday morning.

Gun grabbers are already exploiting the tragedy to disarm future students from the opportunity of being able to defend themselves against deranged killers, but the media circus is completely silent when it comes to the laying blame at the feet of a deadly cocktail of mind-warping drugs and bloodthirsty shoot-em-ups.

Outside of the obvious culpability of the factors we see in every mass shooting - video games and "antidepressant" drugs, numerous red flags concerning Monday events are beginning to suggest that Cho was more than a heartbroken nutcase with an axe to grind.

Charles Mesloh, Professor of Criminology at Florida Gulf Coast University, told NBC 2 News that he was shocked Cho could have killed 32 people with two handguns absent expert training. Mesloh immediately assumed that Cho must have used a shotgun or an assault rifle.


It is sad enough that these idiots profit off of 9/11 years after the event. But do they have to insult the memories of victims, many who haven't even been buried yet?

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61 Comments:

At 19 April, 2007 11:47, Blogger Greg said...

I don't believe there's a government conspiracy behind the VT shooting. Yes I blame america for turning the gunman into a pussy who's thriving for attention. But the government is to blame for implementing the insane US gun control law that was adapted by the nazi weapons law in 1968. They're also to blame for allowing corporate media to disgustly overexpose the videotape put together by the gunman that may encourage other suicidal fuck-ups to copycat and go on a homicidal rampage solely for the reason to grab mass attention.

There got to be a reason other than incompetence for the us govt not even considering to loose up the gun control law and implement the idea of training and arming the teachers, student aides, principals like they do in Israel to prevent another incident like this. Clearly they benefit a lot from it.

 
At 19 April, 2007 11:52, Blogger killtwoofers said...

You blame America...really?

Greg,

Why do you hate America so much?

You're welcome to leave.

 
At 19 April, 2007 11:55, Blogger Greg said...

Hint hint that part was a joke, dipshit.

 
At 19 April, 2007 11:56, Blogger Greg said...

Except the fact the gunman was a pussy isn't a joke. Just cleaing that up.

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:03, Blogger killtwoofers said...

They benefit a lot from it?

Greg,

Why does your type like to ask who benefits from a tragedy?

It's really stupid.

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:07, Blogger James B. said...

They're also to blame for allowing corporate media to disgustly overexpose the videotape

So you are suggesting the government should control the media? That is rather New World Order of you...

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:32, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

The VT shooting is tragic...

Arming people only escalates things...the next guy will walk in with an uzi, or worse, he'll simply plant a bomb, to avoid the bullets of the student guns.

I believe anyone who wants to hunt, let them get a gun...the right way. Anyone who wants to have a stored shotgun at home to defend his family and property...so be it, let him get it and keep it properly.

Hand guns to arm all a countries citizens with...

The OK Coral would be safer.

TAM:)

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:39, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

I don't like the idea of students being allowed guns on campus but I see no reason why the staff shouldn't allowed protection.

Blaming his medication is even more retarded that blaming access to firearms.

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:52, Blogger shawn said...

I bet Jones thinks Martin Bryant was trained, he scored something like seventeen headshots in a matter of seconds by spraying and praying.

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:55, Blogger sggw said...

People like this are usually cowards. Perhaps if the security staff was armed, it might make someone like this think twice. After the first attack if he thought there were armed personal on campus he may not have made the second attack

 
At 19 April, 2007 12:56, Blogger Cl1mh4224rd said...

"Seung-Hui Cho was a mind-controlled assassin, whether you believe he was under the influence of outside parties or not, the fact is that the cultural brainwashing of violent video games"

Warrant Reveals No Games In Cho Seung Hui's Posession

Oops...

 
At 19 April, 2007 13:03, Blogger Triterope said...

I actually think this incident dumped a bucket of cold water on the gun control debate.

The slaughter at Va Tech was so large, and so thoroughly premeditated, that arguments like "he shouldn't have been allowed to carry guns" or "students should have been allowed to carry guns to defend themselves" just seem silly.

No simplistic law would have prevented this atrocity. And I think most Americans, whether they favor gun control or oppose it, realize that. People aren't asking what gun control laws we should have, but rather how this kid could have been identified and treated before he killed. And that's what people SHOULD be asking.

When you're dealing with someone deranged enough to murder 32 people and shoot 28 videos about it beforehand, bickering over legislation is a goddamn waste of time.

 
At 19 April, 2007 13:22, Blogger ewing2001 said...

http://www.bloglines.com/blog/ewing2001?id=3287
April 19, 2007
Jim Fetzer's pro exoW/tv fakery "bizarro Tour" in NY continues: Sponsored by Mark Roberts, interviewed by NBC, invited by nyc911truth.org

By ewing2001

picked up at:
http://www.911researchers.com/node/422

 
At 19 April, 2007 13:24, Blogger Edmund Standing said...

I notice the article was written by lapdog Paul Joseph Watson who actually seems even more pathetic than Alex Jones, and writes most of the material you'll find on PrisonPlanet.

Interestingly, his MySpace interests include 'zombie movies'. Last time I checked, they were filled with violence, gore, and shooting.

Then there's the 'cocktail of brainwashing' comment. Sounds like Alex Jones' films to me.

I would say Watson fits the profile of a likely killer - an interest in violent films, lack of grip on reality, paranoia about government conspiracies, delusions of grandeur, isolation from mainstream society...

Anyway, here he is chillin' with the big guy. Remember, these are the men who are going to bring down the biggest conspiracy in history...

 
At 19 April, 2007 13:43, Blogger killtwoofers said...

Mr. Ewing,

Do people like you realize you are 100% insane?

 
At 19 April, 2007 14:26, Blogger shawn said...

Warrant Reveals No Games In Cho Seung Hui's Posession

A Korean without Starcraft? What is the world coming to?

 
At 19 April, 2007 14:32, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

Please delete Nico's spam.

Have a nice day.

PS--to whom this may concern: no I'm not being inconsistant. Two things will make your life irritating--toleratting Nico's shite while deleting me and that "thing" I won't mention.

Clock's ticking...

 
At 19 April, 2007 14:32, Blogger Alex said...

Arming people only escalates things...the next guy will walk in with an uzi, or worse, he'll simply plant a bomb, to avoid the bullets of the student guns.

Gotta disagree with you there TAM. There's no reason why they couldn't already have explosives. If I remember correctly, the columbine kids had explosives, but never ended up using them. The idea that guns would just cause an escalation is plain silly. You may as well argue that arming the police force has escalated crimes. If weapons only cause escalation, why do we arm the police? Hell, why arm the military? Surely we'd all be safer if our army had no guns?

Hand guns to arm all a countries citizens with...

The OK Coral would be safer.


It's still a statistical fact that good concealed carry laws decrease crime. Canada's gun laws are pretty much the main reason why I periodically consider moving to the US. Why should I let the government turn me into a victim?

 
At 19 April, 2007 14:50, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

killtwoofers--SOCKS,SOCKS,SOCKS!!!!!!

Clock's still ticking, Jimbo...

 
At 19 April, 2007 15:16, Blogger James B. said...

Jenny, I have never deleted one of your posts because of a single 10 line post trying to promote your viewpoint, no matter how silly or untopical. Now if you start posting half a dozen 10,000 word posts like you did the other day. You will get deleted.

 
At 19 April, 2007 15:20, Blogger shawn said...

TAM, the reason we're allowed to arm ourselves isn't because of hunting or personal self-defense (though those are perks), but in order to overthrow our government if the need arose.

 
At 19 April, 2007 15:36, Blogger MarkyX said...

Violent video games eh? These guys are desperate.

 
At 19 April, 2007 15:36, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

Warrant Reveals No Games In Cho Seung Hui's Posession

Oops...


Shit, what are we going to blame now?


If I remember correctly, the columbine kids had explosives, but never ended up using them.

I think they tried but the devices failed. They probably used the instructions from the internet version of the Anarchist Cookbook.

 
At 19 April, 2007 15:52, Blogger killtwoofers said...

Mrs. Sparks,

Why do you hate America so much?

You're free to go. America has no use for kind anways.

 
At 19 April, 2007 16:00, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

Killtwoofers--SOCKS! SOCKS! SOCKS!

Sorry, I don't debate LAUNDRY. ;-P

Jenny, I have never deleted one of your posts because of a single 10 line post trying to promote your viewpoint, no matter how silly or untopical. Now if you start posting half a dozen 10,000 word posts like you did the other day. You will get deleted.

10,000words? Lol--way to over state the case! It might have been 5,000words--maybe--certainly no longer than that old Nico post THAT YOU HAVE NEVER DELETED.

Still, time's up. So it's the lines per post, is it? Ten lines at a time? Boy THIS post might be pushing it.

Well, nothing ventured, nothing gained, eh?

See you soon, sunbeam.

 
At 19 April, 2007 16:01, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

I'll go by Alex's example--a nice 28 lines--cheers Alex love !

Wait for it...

 
At 19 April, 2007 16:11, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

Here goes:

>>> Baptist MBF Patient's Tower Implosion
11/06/2005

At 6:45 AM on Sunday, November 6th, Controlled Demolition, Inc. (CDI) felled the 21-story, 960,000 square foot MBF Patients Tower located at the Baptist Medical Center Campus in Memphis, Tennessee. This implosion followed just six (6) months after CDI completed Phase 1 of the project which involved the explosives felling of the 9-Story reinforced concrete Main Hospital Building and the adjacent, 8-story reinforced concrete Intern Building in a single implosion sequence.
The former complex was cleared to make way for the 1.3 million square foot Bioworks Foundation Research Park. The six-building research, incubator and commercial center for the biotech industry will take about 10 years to complete
http://www.controlled-demolition.com/default.asp?reqLocId=21&reqItemId=20060123072158

To be continued...

 
At 19 April, 2007 16:38, Blogger Triterope said...

Warrant Reveals No Games In Cho Seung Hui's Posession

Somewhere, Jack Thompson is weeping.

 
At 19 April, 2007 17:04, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

Thank you for that lovely intermission, triperope. To continue..

>>>The MBF Tower’s history was a long and illustrious one. From it’s opening in 1955 to it’s closure in 2000, the Hospital saw 1.9 million patient admissions including, most famously, Elvis Presley. Not only did Elvis receive various types of treatment there over the years, but the hospital also saw the birth of his daughter, Lisa Marie and his untimely death.

Originally contacted in 1999 by Chandler Demolition Company of Memphis, regarding the project, Doug Loizeaux, Vice President of CDI, traveled to Memphis to review the project site and meet with representatives from Chandler, various and the Property Owner, The Memphis Bioworks Foundation. Over the course of several years, plans were finalized and the project schedule established. <<<

http://www.controlled-demolition.com/default.asp?reqLocId=21&reqItemId=20060123072158

To be continued...

 
At 19 April, 2007 17:16, Blogger pomeroo said...

This comment has been removed by the author.

 
At 19 April, 2007 17:17, Blogger pomeroo said...

Jenny has now posted twice to tell a continuing story about a demolition company that demolished a building. Will we next be treated to ten thousand words about a plumber who fixed a leak under a sink?


Incidentally, EVERY DAY I have to re-register. I receive a message that I've entered an incorrect password, forcing me to register the exact same name and password I've always used. If I were a conspiracy loon, I'd suspect foul play.

 
At 19 April, 2007 17:24, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

I have no idea where this ten thousand figure comes from or why it keeps cropping up. I suppose I COULD repost the posts that made Jimbo think of ten thousand words and we could all have fun counting them just to be sure...wouldn't that be FUN?

I didn't think so. Hey relax--this is a rare educational oportunity for some of you--imagine when you use the info I'm giving you AGAINST me! Something to look forward to. Now shut it, eat your popcorn and be educated....

 
At 19 April, 2007 17:27, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

Here goes..

>>>Following a careful analysis of the structural drawings, CDI ultimately opted to use explosives on six (6) floors of the structure to enhance their control of the rate and direction of fall, as well as maximizing fragmentation of debris. Following Chandler’s completion of abatement/strip-out operations, CDI’s Project Manager and drill team mobilized to the site months ahead of time to begin the arduous task of drilling nearly 2,500 holes for subsequent explosives placement. Concurrently, Chandler Demolition crews began performing CDI-directed wall removal and in-building covering operations.
<<<

To be continued...

 
At 19 April, 2007 17:50, Blogger Stephen said...

Jenny,

Will you just f**k off? You're not as entertaining as the other nutters (although you certainly are equally insane) and seeing you continually owned is getting embarassing. No-one reads spam.

If you have an opinion of your own to say, please just say it. No doubt it won't be sane or coherent but at least it will provide entertainment.

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:00, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

"profile not available"

You're such a cowardly ponce, Stephen whoever you are possibly sock-person. And it would be much more belivable that debunks were "owning" me if they didn't reveal how much I wound them up on a constant basis.

Take your post for example--"I'm mad I have to read you getting owned."

You'd think you'd be happy--didn't think that one through, did you love?

Or is this some lame attempt to fish for my gender again--see if I have enough "guy code" reponses to argue about getting "owned"? Because sunbeam, after Jimbo has made an ass out of himself, I OWN the lot of you. You just don't know it yet. ;-)

Now see what you've done--used up all my alloted posting lines. I'll have to do over now!

Wanker.

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:05, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

To continue the lesson--and mind I WON'T mind if these "lessons" are deleted--as long as ewing 2001's shite is deleted AS WELL: >>>CDI’s 10-person explosives-handling crew arrived on site one (1) week before the scheduled implosion date to commence loading and wiring operations. A total of 921 lb of explosives were used, including 18,000 lineal feet of 18 grain detonating cord in the initiation system, alone. To ensure that air overpressure was kept to a minimum, the charges were detonated over 16 primary delays, broken up with smaller surface connector delays. The entire implosion sequence took 21 seconds. The dust cleared in several minutes, revealing a neat, 30’ pile of debris totaling roughly 240,00 cubic yards.

Chandler Demolition first estimated approximately 11 months for clean-up and site preparation, however, in light of the fragmentation of the debris, feel they can accelerate that schedule substantially. <<<
Not much more now...but it'll have to wait until after the gym.

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:08, Blogger Stephen said...

More incoherent nonsense. I like the way you deliberately re-word what people say to suit your own delusions.

I don't have a blog account, I post using my Google account. At least I use my real name.

As for you being male or female, who could care less? Insane is insane.

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:09, Blogger pomeroo said...

Jenny, You still haven't said anything substantive. So far, we've learned that demolition companies really do bring down buildings. This has no relevance to the jihadist attacks of 9/11/01. Seismic data compiled by the Lamont-Doherty labs show conclusively that no explosives were used at the WTC complex. There is not the slightest evidence for the use of explosives. Not a single demolition expert IN THE WORLD thinks that the collapses of the Twin Towers resemble demolitions.
Enough, already.


Incidentally, now I have to re-register more than once the SAME DAY! Hello? Can anyone fix this problem?

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:11, Blogger Stephen said...

You do know, don't you Jenny, that you have proven that CD wasn't used at WTC?

"A total of 921 lb of explosives were used, including 18,000 lineal feet of 18 grain detonating cord in the initiation system, alone."

Where did it all go after the collapse?

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:22, Blogger Cl1mh4224rd said...

triterope said: "Somewhere, Jack Thompson is weeping."

I read somewhere, but didn't confirm, that he's fallen back to, "Well, he probably played Counter-Strike in high school."

OoooOOOOooOoOoo...

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:35, Blogger ConsDemo said...

Or is this some lame attempt to fish for my gender

What makes you think anyone gives a rat's ass about your gender? You'd be an idiot as male or a female.

 
At 19 April, 2007 18:40, Blogger pomeroo said...

Stephen wrote:
"You do know, don't you Jenny, that you have proven that CD wasn't used at WTC?

'A total of 921 lb of explosives were used, including 18,000 lineal feet of 18 grain detonating cord in the initiation system, alone.'

Where did it all go after the collapse?"

How did it survive the fires (hint: it would be impossible)?

How was it planted without anyone noticing?

Why did the collapses proceed from the impact floors?

And on and on...

 
At 19 April, 2007 20:02, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

I know the factors effecting homicides are numerous, but look at the link below for homicide rates in major canadian cities of comperable populations to US cities...

http://www.toronto.ca/quality_of_life/safety.htm

TAM:)

 
At 19 April, 2007 20:07, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

"New York’s murder rate per person: 6.9 per 100,000, making it it the safest large city in America

London’s murder rate per person: 2.4 per 100,000"

from this article....

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/article407900.ece

Like I said lots of things go into killing someone, but at least for the largest city in the UK, and in Canada, they seem to have much less murder than the SAFEST large city in the USA.

TAM:)

 
At 20 April, 2007 01:40, Blogger J. Slavyanski said...

Funny how Jones attacks video games as part of a government plot, when in fact video games are made by private companies and the government has been attacking them for years.

@Shawn- Good luck overthrowing a tyrannical US government with Mini-14s and semi-auto AKs. I mean that.

 
At 20 April, 2007 07:57, Blogger Alex said...

TAM, as long as I know, NY has very restrictive weapons laws. So does Washington DC, and all other "large cities". That in itself is a big problem. When you have a country where guns are readily available, yet you ban people in your largest cities from arming themselves, you're going to end up with a defenceless citizenry and a heavily armed criminal class. Banning guns outright, nation-wide, is bad enough. Doing what the US is currently doing, and only banning them in some cities, is even worse (at least for those cities anyway).

Take a look at the crime rate and weapons ownership in Sweden, and then come talk about "escalation" due to guns. Here's one source:

The army sells a variety of machine guns, submachine guns, anti-tank weapons, anti-aircraft guns, howitzers and cannons. Purchasers of these weapons require an easily obtained cantonal license, and the weapons are registered, In a nation of six million people, there are at least two million guns, including 600,00 fully automatic assault rifles, half a million pistols, and numerous machine guns. Virtually every home has a gun.
....
While long guns require no special purchase procedures, handguns are sold only to those with a Waffenerwerbsschien
...
A certificate is issued to every applicant over 18 who is not a criminal or mentally infirm.
...
There are no restrictions on the carrying of long guns. About half the cantons have strict permit procedures for carrying handguns, and the other half have no rules at all There is no discernible difference in the crime rate between the cantons as a result of the different policies.


The Swiss crime and murder rate is amongst the lowest in the world.

And before anyone accuses me of being a "freeper", keep in mind that this information is easily verifiable through other sources. Freerepublic just happened to be the first result on my google search, and the article is accurate and interesting.

 
At 20 April, 2007 08:02, Blogger Triterope said...

Funny how Jones attacks video games as part of a government plot, when in fact video games are made by private companies and the government has been attacking them for years.

Yeah really. In fact, Alex Jones is trying to prove that we live in a police state by citing situations that could only exist if you're NOT in a police state -- like private citizens having access to guns, and a "media circus" that wouldn't exist if the government controlled all media.

And another thing:

Charles Mesloh, Professor of Criminology at Florida Gulf Coast University, told NBC 2 News that he was shocked Cho could have killed 32 people with two handguns absent expert training. Mesloh immediately assumed that Cho must have used a shotgun or an assault rifle.

Why do conspiracy idiots think that speculation trumps reality? The type of gun used in the shooting is not an elusive mystery that needs to be guessed at. Autopsies of the victims, ballistic analysis of the bullets, and Cho's purchase records will conclusively prove what they were. And, they're going to find at least one gun on Cho's corpse. That should be a rather large clue as to what sort of gun was used in the shooting, don't you think?

But years from now, CTs will be telling us that all the physical evidence of the atrocity is null and void because of what Charles Mesloh said, and demand that we debunk Charles Mesloh. Whoever he is. If he even said what Jones is attributing to him.

 
At 20 April, 2007 08:05, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

Incidentally, now I have to re-register more than once the SAME DAY! Hello? Can anyone fix this problem?

I have to do this too, it's a pain in the hole.

 
At 20 April, 2007 08:24, Blogger sggw said...

I am glad I am not the only one that has to register each time
It would be nice to have this fixed

 
At 20 April, 2007 10:35, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

I'm also unable to view the comments section of the most recent posts.

 
At 20 April, 2007 11:32, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

alex:

ya but they are swedes...they are different...it is like giving guns to hippies from the 60's...no offense to the swedes.

lol...seriously though.

How do you explain the difference between London, Toronto, and all of the US cities listed in the links I gave you...if it is not due to gun regulation, than what, because in London and toronto, you cannot carry a handgun around, but in the US cities you can.

TAM:)

 
At 20 April, 2007 13:16, Blogger Alex said...

You know as well as I do that correlation is not causation :) Seriously, there are dozens of factors which contribute to violent crime. Rudy Giuliani made New York city the safest large city in the US, and he didn't do it by outlawing guns. You may as well ask me to explain why Washington DC, which has much more restrictive gun laws, also has a higher murder rate than New York city.

 
At 20 April, 2007 13:38, Blogger shawn said...

@Shawn- Good luck overthrowing a tyrannical US government with Mini-14s and semi-auto AKs. I mean that.

Just over a million folks in our armed forces (most who would probably side with the rebels), and almost 300 million of the rest of us.

I like those odds.

 
At 20 April, 2007 14:02, Blogger Alex said...

Now, from that 300 million subtract the very old, the very young, the pregnant women, the invalids, the incompetent, and the democrats.

You end up with what? 5 or 6 guys in MiddleOfNowhere, Texas? :)

The right to bear arms exists more as a way of fighting your LOCAL government. It's not intended for the overthrow of a federal government. Theoretically your state governors, using your state militias, would be the ones taking on the Feds.

 
At 20 April, 2007 15:20, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

Hope you all enjoyed the break. To finish our lovely lesson:

>>>As stated by Steve Bares, Ph.D., President & Executive Director for The Memphis Bioworks Foundation in his November 30th letter to CDI:

“Your very thorough project planning methods and your work in conjunction with Chandler Demolition Company, Inc., under the direction of Geoff Wyonzek of Hnedak Bobo Group, along with our efforts by my staff led to a spectacular event for us to witness a flawless execution of our objectives. Clearly, you deserve your well-earned reputation as the world’s foremost implosion contractor; we feel most fortunate to have partnered with you once again to have produced such a successful demolition. Thank you again for your hard work in insuring that we were able to successfully achieve this next stop I the development of our research park.”

For additional information about this project, contact:

Stacey S. Loizeaux, Member

The Loizeaux Group, LLC/Controlled Demolition, Inc.

2737 Merryman’s Mill Road
Phoenix, Maryland 21131
USA Phone: (410) 667-6610
Fax: (410) 667-6624
E-mail: tlg@loizeauxgroup.com<<<<

http://www.controlled-demolition.com/default.asp?reqLocId=21&reqItemId=20060123072158

We appologize for going over Alex's 28 line limit--but contact info is VERY important.

We hope this was educational. Have a nice day.

 
At 20 April, 2007 15:41, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

So I trust you have contacted him and asked him if he thinks the WTCs were controlled demolition?


How do you explain the difference between London, Toronto, and all of the US cities listed in the links I gave you...if it is not due to gun regulation, than what, because in London and toronto, you cannot carry a handgun around, but in the US cities you can.

There's been a dramatic increase in gun crime in London lately.

 
At 20 April, 2007 21:43, Blogger pomeroo said...

Well, Jenny, thanks for the contact information, but I managed to find the Loizeaux group last summer when I was a newbie at this game. It's not very hard.

Your point, as usual, is impossible to figure out. No explosives were used at the WTC complex. Brent Blanchard explains why the claim of the conspiracy liars is untenable.

 
At 22 April, 2007 00:49, Blogger The Reverend Schmitt., FCD. said...

Given that current evidence points away from Cho taking drugs for his potential illness and his owning or using video games I wonder if Alex Jones is going to issue an apology any time soon.

No, actually, I don't wonder.

 
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