Friday, August 24, 2007

An Oldie but an Idiotic One

This is about a year old, from August 2006, but I just ran into it, and wasn't sure if we had covered it before. Dylan Avery being interviewed by the CBC. It exposes plenty of his nuttery.

First, coming up with the most ridiculously convoluted theories on "Chic" Burlingame:

Avery: This is the pilot. Now, seriously, let's just take a step back for a second, and just think about this: this guy worked in the Pentagon, did anti-terrorism strategies, worked in the Naval Command Center, he knew all these people in the Pentagon, he was flying American Airlines, on the morning of 9/11, he is the alleged pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, which, you know, flies over Arlington Cemetery, where his dad is buried - and he will eventually be buried months later - flies over Reagan... or flies over Arlington National Cemetery, flies into the very office where he used to work at the Pentagon, killing every single co-worker he used to have... uhhhh... no, again, it comes off as crazy when you bring up all these things separately, it's just, that the numbers behind that have to be astronomical, the odds of that happening..


Solomon: But, the odds of.. I mean, just think about, let's just put it all together, because this is what a lot of people are trying to figure out, and then look at all the inconsistencies that you raise, and they are interesting, without a doubt. But think about the pilots on the planes, the passengers, who either have to be murdered..

Avery: OK, but again, we're doing circular logic here, we're talking about people that might have been involved, where people might have been, I'm talking about facts.



Count how many times Avery used the "just asking questions" excuse to avoid having to state what actually happened.

And of course here he describes the future of Loose Change:

Solomon: When will this come out in theatres?

Avery: Next year. We're wrapping it up hopefully by the end of this year, and we're going to have it in Sundance in January, and hopefully have deals locked and loaded for next year.


Promises, promises...

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