Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Truther Party Gathering Coming Up

This sounds like an event not to be missed:

A conference, a gathering, a be-in, & teach-in. A communal vacation from stress and the economy, a big open mike.


Sounds like 1967 all over again!

Save the Country. Change the World.


Wait a minute! I thought it was save the cheerleader, save the world?

Confirmed speakers include Sander Hicks, Box Boy Gage, and Luke Rudkowski. Raphael Diaz will facilitate "early morning movement" sessions. I assume that means he will be directing traffic to the toilet.

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76 Comments:

At 03 August, 2010 19:18, Blogger GuitarBill said...

On your mark, get set, troll!

 
At 03 August, 2010 19:30, Anonymous Marc said...

Early morning movement? Sounds like an inside job to me.

 
At 03 August, 2010 19:34, Blogger ConsDemo said...

The "twoof party"? How many ballots are they on for this fall's election? I bet it is zero or damn close. Just the usual losers getting together for a grab ass session where they praise each other's "courage" and accomplishments (of which they have neither!).

 
At 03 August, 2010 19:49, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Microbrew and a beautiful location in the Catskills. Sort of like Paris it would be a great place to go if it weren't for the people!


Ian Alterman one of the speakers wrote "As noted above, each tower had a "central core" comprised of 47 vertical solid-steel beams." and seems to think the analysis of the collapses was done by the 9/11 Commission!

 
At 03 August, 2010 19:53, Blogger GuitarBill said...

And the real question remains unanswered: Will the troofers use thermite, thermate or super-magico-"nanothermite" to bar-b-que their soy burgers?



And hot off the press, we have the latest lisping quote from the squealin' fairy, Brian Good: "...Get your hand's off of me, you smell like fish--you big brute!"

 
At 04 August, 2010 04:10, Blogger Triterope said...

The over-under on attendees: 15. Taking all bets.

 
At 04 August, 2010 09:23, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Hand's"? Is that what they taught GordoBall at Santa Clara U? The grocers' apostrophe?

 
At 04 August, 2010 09:34, Blogger GuitarBill said...

That's called a "typo", charlatan. Is that all you can do, pick gnat shit out of pepper?

Pathetic.

Tell us more about the accuracy of EDX when detecting oxygen and nitrogen--you brain-dead pee pee-pulling pederast.

And when you're finished supplying us with another 100% fact-free non-answer (or more likely another underhanded evasion), get back to this thread answer my questions--you tit-faced, third sex degenerate.

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:00, Blogger GuitarBill said...

And the cowardly troofers response, you ask?

You guessed it...

*crickets*

*crickets*

*crickets*

Pathetic.

Then again, what should we expect from a fraud?

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:14, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's not a typo, liar. The apostrophe is all the way across the keyboard from the d and the s.

If it were a typo it would be "Handfs" or "Handas". You're not just a liar you're a stupid liar, Gordo.

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:17, Blogger GuitarBill said...

That's not an answer, gay boi.

Tell us more about the accuracy of EDX when detecting oxygen and nitrogen--you brain-dead pee pee-pulling pederast.

And when you're finished supplying us with another 100% fact-free non-answer (or more likely another underhanded evasion), get back to this thread answer my questions--you tit-faced, third sex degenerate.

Run troofer coward, run!

Squirm Brian, squirm--you pathetic charlatan.

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:17, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that what they taught you at Santa Clara, Gordo? To be a stupid liar?

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:21, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Let the record show that the gay boi refuses to answer my questions or substantiate his assertions (heavy emphasis on ass when dealing with the prattling, pathetic potcharooney pouffe, Brian Good).

Conclusion: Another epic failure for the 9/11 troofers.

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:48, Anonymous Arhoolie Crashes "Git"'s Toboggan! said...

Wait,did the Yuppie Plonker actually start this comment section off with:"On your mark,get set,troll!"?

 
At 04 August, 2010 10:53, Blogger GuitarBill said...

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At 04 August, 2010 10:58, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Yeah, I did--you brain dead troll.

And the first off-topic comment was supplied by your brain dead brother in bunghole banditry, Brian Good.

Would you care to impress us again with the breadth and depth of your dishonesty, ArseHooligan?

 
At 04 August, 2010 11:38, Blogger BG said...

Off subject, sort of...

So, it's not wikipedia yet, but I invite all to visit:

911truth.wetpaint.com

Add your contribution.

 
At 04 August, 2010 13:49, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who does he expect to show up? He's having a "conference" on a month's notice in a place 100 miles away from the nearest airport. Who does that for a "national" issue?

 
At 04 August, 2010 14:21, Anonymous Recap of GBile's Idiocy said...

"Various metals (most notably iron and lead) were melted during the WTC event, producing spherical metallic particles."

"Many of the materials, such as lead, cadmium, mercury and various organic compounds, vaporized and then condensed during the WTC event." Source: RJ LEE Report, which states that the iron spheres account for nearly 6% of the dust by volume.

CatarrhBile: "The only source that can provide that amount of alumino-silicate and iron rich spheres is the tower's lightweight concrete..."

Source: His sorry speculative ass. No explanation whatsoever for the vaporized lead, and no experience at all with the actual dust. Worst of all: no sources.

Pat Curley doesn't even agree with GBile: he thinks the melted came from torches. Finally, we have JamesB, too terrified to take ANY position, and content to just giggle to himself while mocking honest research and calling for 'narratives'.

Behold the pride SLC: sourceless, clueless, pathetic, and full of lies.

 
At 04 August, 2010 14:46, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Wrong again, twit! That said, a cut-and-paste reproduction of the same garbage you spewed a couple of days ago doesn't add the force of credibility to your idiotic argument. Moreover, the quote mined paragraphs you mangle fail utterly to explain how 3,900 lbs of "nanothermite" produced 10,000 tons of iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres.

Steven Jones wrote, "...Scaling to the 110-story WTC towers, roughly 1300 lbs [590 kg] of explosives per tower would suffice."

Source: journalof911studies.com: Why did the World Trade Center Buildings Completely Collapse?

Conclusion: Another epic failure for the 9/11 troofers.

And no amount of comparing apples-to-oranges (and that's all your reply is, idiot) will help lend credibility to your argument, either.

Remember, shit-for-brains, you're talking to me now, not one of your bat-shit crazy "friends" at 911flogger.com.

It's obvious why you failed to complete junior college: You're a conceited idiot with a double-digit IQ, at best. It's very likely that you so annoyed your instructors that they removed you by force from the JC campus.

No doubt, if you received a penny for every instance where someone referred to you as a despicable, lying asshole, you'd be wealthier than Larry Ellison.

Now, go play in the freeway, because no amount of lying and misrepresentation of your source will ever prove that the RJ Lee Report supports your idiotic conspiracy theory.

 
At 04 August, 2010 14:53, Blogger GuitarBill said...

The pedantic pederast dissembles, "...Worst of all: no sources."

Again jackass, your continued refusal to read the sources I provide is not my fault. And you know as well as I do that I've sourced every bit of evidence I've produced--your continued obfuscation and lies notwithstanding.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: You're a Hitler fanatic. Why? Because you relentlessly practice The Big Lie.

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:02, Anonymous Honest Advice for Idiots said...

GBile: next time you fail to provide a source that says fly ash produced the iron spheres in the wtc dust, try yelling stomping your feet a bit louder. It's more convincing to Pat, and hides the fact that you've never provided more than speculation, nonsense, and homophobia.

just a tip.

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:13, Blogger GuitarBill said...

That's not an answer--you molly coddle mama's boy.

And the next time you claim that fire alone accounts for 10,000 tons of iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres (which the RJ Lee Report doesn't claim, either) try jumping up and down like a crack-addled lunatic and proceed to produce unrelated, quote mined garbage to "substantiate" your idiotic conspiracy theory. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, aunt fancy.

Conclusion: Another epic failure for the 9/11 troofers.

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:20, Anonymous GasBile at Rock Bottom said...

Recapping all of the sources provided by Pat, James, and Gutballs that say fly ash, torches, or weed whackers produced the melted iron in the dust, after YEARS of posting here:




Ready?





ZERO. ZILCH. NADA. SQUAT.


why is that, guys? why would you make those claims without any studies or scientific sources to back them up? Are you too busy making gay jokes to realize you have lost all credibility? that's some effective research there... *rolls eyes*

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:22, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...just a tip."

The tip of your head, I presume.

Of course, this leads one to ask a simple question: How do you manage to store all of that fallacious "knowledge" on a point?

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:24, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...ZERO. ZILCH. NADA. SQUAT."

Keep it up, Herr Streicher. Hitler would be proud of you. After all, The Big Lie is all you have at this point.

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:43, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...homophobia"?

"[P]hobia" implies that I have an unreasonable fear of homosexuals.

Allow me to clue you in, 'tard: I don't fear homosexuals, I subject them to ridicule. Big difference, aunt fancy.

 
At 04 August, 2010 15:49, Blogger Triterope said...

Who does he expect to show up? He's having a "conference" on a month's notice in a place 100 miles away from the nearest airport.

I thought the same thing, but I was thinking more in terms of demographics. Sipping microbrews at a bed-and-breakfast town in the Catskills after a nice swim in the Willowmec River all seems a bit... yuppie.

But I suspect this is intentional. He's trying to start a political movement, and wants to attract people who would be helpful to that end. He wants to attract wealthy, upscale, intellectual, politically active 9-11 Truthers. Who will arrive in Livingston Manor, NY right after the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy.

 
At 04 August, 2010 17:20, Anonymous Anonymous said...

He wants to have an excuse when nobody shows up.

 
At 04 August, 2010 18:50, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Off-topic.

California's Proposition 8 was overturned as unconstitutional.

Hide your pre-teenage sons everyone, because gay marriage is legal in California again and Brian Good needs a green card.

%^)

 
At 04 August, 2010 19:25, Blogger GuitarBill said...

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At 04 August, 2010 22:42, Blogger GuitarBill said...

The flossy fruitcake whines, "...'Hand's'? Is that what they taught GordoBall at Santa Clara U? The grocers' apostrophe?"

Is that anything like trying to call a 45 year-old man a catamite?

Or is that anything like trying to declare that an 8th grader is a member of academia?

"What a maroon." -- Bugs Bunny

I've said it before and I'll say it again: If you don't know the meaning of a word, Brian, don't use it.

 
At 05 August, 2010 00:13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you only 45 Gordo? In that picture you look about 60. Look at those pudgy hands! I bet you've got ankles like cantaloupes!

 
At 05 August, 2010 02:31, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mbt Shoes
jerseys
NFL jerseys

 
At 05 August, 2010 07:14, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Recapping all of the sources provided by Pat, James, and Gutballs that say fly ash, torches, or weed whackers produced the melted iron in the dust, after YEARS of posting here:

The source of the iron spheres is unimportant.

There's no indication that they came from any one source. More to the point, there's no evidence that ties them to controlled demolition.

Are you prepared to assert the significance of the iron spheres and attribute them to thermite or thermate or some other nefarious source?

 
At 05 August, 2010 10:18, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Microspheres were recovered in the residue from John Parulis' thermite experiment, and have been found on partially-reacted nanothermitic bilayer chips, so yes, microspheres have been associated with thermite and controlled demolition.

And GooberTroll still hasn't dealt with the fact that the fly ash microspheres are oxidized and the microspheres in the dust are not.

 
At 05 August, 2010 10:40, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Microspheres were recovered in the residue from John Parulis' thermite experiment, and have been found on partially-reacted nanothermitic bilayer chips, so yes, microspheres have been associated with thermite and controlled demolition.

No. The issue is not whether iron microspheres have been encountered in thermite experiments. The issue is whether the presence of iron microspheres encountered in the WTC dust indicates controlled demolition.

I'll repeat the question: do you assert that the iron microspheres found in the WTC dust constitute evidence of a controlled demolition? Forget about GuitarBill for a moment and answer that.

 
At 05 August, 2010 10:46, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the microspheres might be evidence of controlled demolition or might have another source. I think the issue deserves further investigation and I don't trust GB's claims that all questions have been answered--he has shown himself to be very emotional and non too honest on these matters.

 
At 05 August, 2010 10:51, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

I think the microspheres might be evidence of controlled demolition or might have another source. I think the issue deserves further investigation and I don't trust GB's claims that all questions have been answered--he has shown himself to be very emotional and non too honest on these matters.

What's your take on the most likely source of the iron microspheres? Are there any proposed sources that you would rule out?

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:04, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why would anyone care about an anonymous internet poster's ignorant opinion? Let's have a real investigation and find out where the microspheres came from. Let's find out if it's true that fly ash microspheres are oxidized and thermite microspheres are not. Let's have some SEM images of paint chips and compare them to the nanothermite chips. What's GoiterBoob afraid of?

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:05, Blogger GuitarBill said...

The psychopath dissembles, "...I think the issue deserves further investigation and I don't trust GB's claims that all questions have been answered--he has shown himself to be very emotional and non too honest on these matters."

Says who? SLC's resident psychopath, sock puppet abuser and compulsive liar?

Pathetic.

So, when will you prove that 3,900 lbs of "nanothermite" can produce 10,000 tons of iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres?

And don't forget to violate the laws of thermodynamics and conservation of mass--you lying assleech.

And don't try to weasel out of the challenge by lying and attempting to disavow your citation of Jones as a credible source.

Source: SLC: The lying assleech Brian Good cites Jones' Bentham Paper as evidence.

Go for it, assleech, lie to us again.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:07, Blogger GuitarBill said...

The assleech for 9/11 troof dissembles, "...Why would anyone care about an anonymous internet poster's ignorant opinion?"

True. Your only problem is that you fail to apply that advice to the bilge you spew at SLC.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:19, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Why would anyone care about an anonymous internet poster's ignorant opinion? Let's have a real investigation and find out where the microspheres came from. Let's find out if it's true that fly ash microspheres are oxidized and thermite microspheres are not. Let's have some SEM images of paint chips and compare them to the nanothermite chips. What's GoiterBoob afraid of?

This is now the third time you've tried to deflect attention away from the issue (whether iron microspheres in the WTC dust indicate controlled demolition) and toward GuitarBill.

Please just answer this very simple and fair question. In your opinion, what is the most likely source of the iron microspheres found in the WTC dust? Articulating a plausible theory might just get the real investigation you're after.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:20, Anonymous Anonymous said...

GB, you are so desperate to "win" that you fall flat on your face. The post by "anonymous" cited Jones as a source only for the EDX equipment Jones used. For the information that the EDX equipment can in fact detect oxygen the post cited the manufacturer's website.

You don't care about truth. All you care about it desperately propping up your self-image as a competent person, which image is so our of synch with reality that it's a totally counterproductive activity. You're in a positive-feedback loop, Bill. The more you convince yourself that you're right, the more you're going to isolate yourself from the rational world.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:22, Blogger GuitarBill said...

RGT, you'll never get a straight answer from a psychopath--it's not going to happen come Hell or high water.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:24, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have not studied the issue sufficiently to have an opinion. I am not an advocate of Dr. Jones' work and I will leave it to his advocates to advocate for it. I think the specific issues I mentioned for further investigation (the oxidized/unoxidized question and SEM images of paint chips) are worthy ones. Why should I do theories about something I know nothing about?

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:26, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Mr. Sock Puppet dissembles, "...GB, you are so desperate to "win" that you fall flat on your face. The post by "anonymous" cited Jones as a source only for the EDX equipment Jones used."

Brian, we know why you post as "Anonymous".

You post as Anonymous because it allows you to lie and claim that someone else made the post when your lies, mistakes and stupidity are exposed to the light of day.

Must you always resort to this brand of transparent bilge? After all, you fool no one--with the exception of yourself, that is.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:28, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...Why should I do theories about something I know nothing about?"

True! You know nothing, Brian.

So why the exercise in futility?

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:47, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

I have not studied the issue sufficiently to have an opinion. I am not an advocate of Dr. Jones' work and I will leave it to his advocates to advocate for it. I think the specific issues I mentioned for further investigation (the oxidized/unoxidized question and SEM images of paint chips) are worthy ones. Why should I do theories about something I know nothing about?

You spend a lot of time telling us how wrong we all are, so it's a little strange for you to suddenly be claiming complete ignorance and neutrality on the issue.

What is your opinion on the most likely source of the iron microspheres in the WTC dust? The question is simple and fair. No need to be evasive and defensive, just share your opinion with us.

 
At 05 August, 2010 11:55, Blogger GuitarBill said...

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At 05 August, 2010 12:07, Blogger GuitarBill said...

RGT wrote, "...No need to be evasive and defensive, just share your opinion with us."

He'll never answer your question, RGT, because he knows I'll take him apart in a microsecond.

 
At 05 August, 2010 13:28, Anonymous rgt has Balls for Brains said...

"The source of the iron spheres is unimportant." -RGT

An astoundingly ignorant statement about forensic evidence.

"Articulating a plausible theory might just get the real investigation you're after." -RGT

You're full of shit, RGT. Read the RJ Lee report. They'll tell you where the spheres came from, and you won't have to play coy interrogator anymore. GBile can't take it, but it's all there in the report. Try reading it sometime.

 
At 05 August, 2010 13:49, Anonymous Anonymous said...

RGT I need not abandon my neutral position to correct GlitterBill on his factual and logical errors.

 
At 05 August, 2010 13:59, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

An astoundingly ignorant statement about forensic evidence.

Not at all. Part of forensic science is knowing which dots to connect. Until plausible, everyday sources of iron are ruled out, there is no scientifically sound reason to look for exotic sources like thermite.

You're full of shit, RGT. Read the RJ Lee report. They'll tell you where the spheres came from, and you won't have to play coy interrogator anymore. GBile can't take it, but it's all there in the report. Try reading it sometime.

What does the RJ Lee report say about the source of the spheres?

 
At 05 August, 2010 14:03, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

RGT I need not abandon my neutral position to correct GlitterBill on his factual and logical errors.

Do you correct everybody you find making errors? Why is GuitarBill so important to you?

 
At 05 August, 2010 14:43, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...Read the RJ Lee report."

Yeah, read the RJ Lee Report, because Brian certainly didn't read the report.

 
At 05 August, 2010 14:47, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...RGT I need not abandon my neutral position to correct GlitterBill on his factual and logical errors."

When did you accomplish that fantasy, cretin?

Oh that's right. Troofers have a rich fantasy life and the line between reality and fantasy are hopelessly blurred.

Sorry. My bad.

 
At 05 August, 2010 14:50, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...They'll tell you where the spheres came from, and you won't have to play coy interrogator anymore."

Only one problem, they don't account for all the spheres (10,000 tons).

And the RJ Lee Report still doesn't support your conspiracy theory, no matter how many times you misrepresent your source.

 
At 05 August, 2010 14:51, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"...GBile can't take it, but it's all there in the report."

No it isn't, so stop misrepresenting your source, Brian.

 
At 05 August, 2010 15:40, Anonymous Anonymous said...

RGT, people who spread ignorance and misinformation bother me-- particularly when it's about 9/11.

 
At 05 August, 2010 15:53, Blogger Triterope said...

Anonymous said...

Why would anyone care about an anonymous internet poster's ignorant opinion?


Okay then.

 
At 05 August, 2010 17:14, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice job of quote mining, TR. One quote is questioning whether anonymous opinions can have any value. The other is objecting to the damage done by irresponsible opinions.

 
At 05 August, 2010 18:46, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had an "early morning movement" this morning that was more intelligent than all troofers combined.

 
At 06 August, 2010 00:11, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that what it told you? And you believed it?

 
At 06 August, 2010 00:34, Blogger GuitarBill said...

The fay flute finagler whines, "...The other is objecting to the damage done by irresponsible opinions."

No doubt, satire at its best.

After all--you screamin' fairy--all you have are "irresponsible opinions."

Do you ever take the time to read the bilge that sallies forth from your keyboard, Brian?

Hilarious and simultaneously pathetic.

Good work, homophile.

 
At 06 August, 2010 01:31, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What does your wife think of your obsession with Brian Good, Gordo?

Or are you just passing the time until she gets home?

 
At 06 August, 2010 08:09, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Your repeated attempts to change the subject, Brian, will never conceal your failure.

In fact, the patterns of denial are evident to all. When you lose a "debate", you immediately change the subject and attack your opponents character.

If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance, baffle 'em with bullshit.

Pathetic.

 
At 06 August, 2010 10:18, Blogger Triterope said...

Nice job of quote mining, TR. One quote is questioning whether anonymous opinions can have any value. The other is objecting to the damage done by irresponsible opinions.

That doesn't even make sense.

 
At 06 August, 2010 10:25, Anonymous troyfromwickedverlugia said...

Maybe to an early morning movement it doesn't. Maybe if you'd been born in the afternoon your reading comprehension would have been better.

 
At 06 August, 2010 12:31, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Tell us about "reading comprehension"--you quote mining son-of-a-bitch.

Brian, your mother eats Alpo.

Arf...arf...arf...arf.

 
At 06 August, 2010 13:54, Blogger Triterope said...

Maybe to an early morning movement it doesn't. Maybe if you'd been born in the afternoon your reading comprehension would have been better.

That makes even less sense.

 
At 06 August, 2010 14:17, Anonymous troyfromweirdvagina said...

Maybe if you had been born in the evening your reading would be better.

 
At 06 August, 2010 14:48, Blogger GuitarBill said...

And perhaps if you weren't born via your mother's asshole, you could tell the truth for once in your miserable life.

 
At 07 August, 2010 04:14, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And if your father hadn't gotten pissy drunk, zig-zagged to the pigsty to fuck little Betsy, you wouldn't have that pig snout on your shoulders, Billy Boy.

I bet you perform with your ass to the audience, just so people might at least wait until you start playing before hotfooting it out of there.

 
At 07 August, 2010 12:15, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Is that all you have, loser? Another 100% fact-free non-response?

Pathetic.

You can't "debate" and you can't tell the truth--you quote mining queer.

Go honk a cock--you mealy-mouthed man-lover.

 
At 10 August, 2010 18:35, Blogger iraqi dinar said...

Newspaper observations: Forget inscrutability! The difficulty is administration (Scott Rosenberg) makes me conjecture what the Boston papers are doing with their remarks sections, if Rosenberg's submission is on. Is anyone surveillance the store?

<a href="http://dinariraqi.net>Dinar Iraqi</a>

 

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