Tuesday, November 02, 2010

A Big Honking Plate of Stupid

It's hard to say what part of this interview between Roseanne Barr and Jon Gold (with Coleen Rowley) is my favorite. Is it when Roseanne says, "Thank God for Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone?", apparently unaware of what Matt wrote about the 9-11 Truthers? Is it when Roseanne's buddy calls in to suggest that the Truth Movement is a CIA plot? Is it when he goes on to suggest that the Truthers should drop their focus on 9-11 and instead concentrate on campaign finance reform and Jon Gold agrees? Or is it when Gold himself suggests that the vote be banned for whites and males for a couple centuries? Correction: Idiot Jon Gold stops by in the comments and says it was not he who suggested banning the vote for whites and males, and listening to it again I can hear it was Roseanne's buddy. My apologies to idiot Jon.

No, for me the best part is that Coleen Rowley sits there contributing to the conversation, and doesn't once seem to realize that she's talking with a bunch of insane people. I've known since her participation in the Treason in American Conference that she was a few slices short of a loaf, but still it's a bit jarring to realize that Time Magazine's co-person of the year for 2002 is so clueless.

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At 02 November, 2010 09:43, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

I especially liked it when Pat provided sources for his asinine ravings about oxyacetylene torches putting thousands of tons of melted iron in the WTC dust. Do oxyacetylene torches even produce melted iron spheres, Pat? Why doesn't GuitardBile agree with you? Can't you numbnut dumbunkers get your alleged stories straight?

And what's with the incessant food metaphors, Fat Pat? 'Honking Plates', slices, loafs, 'Ice Cream Movement'? What a portly douche.

 
At 02 November, 2010 10:53, Blogger Jon Gold said...

Idiot... I never suggested "that the vote be banned for whites and males for a couple centuries", and I DO agree we need real campaign finance reform. I do NOT think we should abandon justice for 9/11 in place of that. Idiot. It was Scott that brought up whites and voting idiot.

 
At 02 November, 2010 11:27, Blogger Ian G. said...

Brian Good has Willie Rodriguez and Pat Cowardly has his iron spheres: endless babbling about nothing.

Also, I agree, Jon. It would definitely be preferable to bring Osama bin Laden to justice if possible. I want to see him on trial.

 
At 02 November, 2010 13:04, Blogger Alex said...

Well I see the trolls around here haven't gotten any better.

 
At 02 November, 2010 14:35, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"Pat Cowardly has his iron spheres..."
-Lyin' G

Translation: There is tangible evidence that I wish I could explain away, but I can't.
Credible research points to temperatures that aren't explained by jet fuel as the cause for this evidence, but Pat says I'm retarded if I don't believe his unsubstantiated babbling about torches somehow adding thousands of tons of melted iron into the dust. Therefore, I believe the source-less speculation from Pat's ugly fat ass, and not the credible research.

That's quite a position to hold, Ian. You must be very proud.

 
At 02 November, 2010 14:38, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Jon Gold whines, "...It was Scott that brought up whites and voting idiot."

It's nice of you to take a moment out of your hectic hamburger inhaling schedule to drop us a line, Big Guy.

Have another hamburger, Jon.

 
At 02 November, 2010 14:48, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"Cosmos" (aka "Path Cowardly") whines, "...Credible research points to temperatures that aren't explained by jet fuel as the cause for this evidence, but Pat says I'm retarded if I don't believe his unsubstantiated babbling about torches somehow adding thousands of tons of melted iron into the dust. Therefore, I believe the source-less speculation from Pat's ugly fat ass, and not the credible research."

More bullshit, "Cosmos"?

Here's a link top the RJ Lee Report:

Source: WTC Dust Signature Report: Composition and Morphology: Summary Report, Prepared for: Deutsche Bank.

Now, cite the RJ Lee Report as concerns the source of the iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres.

Otherwise, bow down before your master (me) and admit defeat, because I explained the phenomenon with this simple, brief post back in September.

Enjoy your bowl of crow, "Cosmos."

 
At 02 November, 2010 14:55, Blogger Billman said...

Voting shouldn't be banned for anyone. That's a step backward for everything this country was founded on, regardless of who's butthurt about whatever political agenda, it's not right to ever suggest some people can't vote.

I personally would NEVER say that those seeking whatever truth they want about 9/11 should be banned from voting. But I guess at least someone on their side advocates that.

Jon, do you not agree with the above? (I'm sorry about using the word butthurt, but I'm not sure what else applies to someone like Scott who makes a ridiculous ignorant statement like that).

 
At 02 November, 2010 15:00, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Here's a link top the RJ Lee Report:

Yeah, fuckboy's been pretty quiet about the RJ Lee report lately. I wonder why.

Hey Jon -- what does Roseanne smell like? I've often wondered about her hygiene.

 
At 02 November, 2010 15:12, Blogger Ian G. said...

Translation: There is tangible evidence that I wish I could explain away, but I can't.
Credible research points to temperatures that aren't explained by jet fuel as the cause for this evidence, but Pat says I'm retarded if I don't believe his unsubstantiated babbling about torches somehow adding thousands of tons of melted iron into the dust. Therefore, I believe the source-less speculation from Pat's ugly fat ass, and not the credible research.

English, please.

 
At 02 November, 2010 19:17, Blogger SJCP said...

That magazines allow any kind of spotlight for Pat's blog is excellent evidence of how silly the media and, sadly, society has become.

Should anyone serious, on either side of the 9/11 issue, regard someone this immature/uncivilized? It's clear that he has no place in a mature, superior society, so why doesn't the newsmedia allow him to simply wallow in his own drool?

He's an embarrassment to proponents of the official version, if anything.

 
At 03 November, 2010 03:20, Blogger Billman said...

He's an embarrassment to proponents of the official version, if anything.

One person on the internetz makes comments you disagree with, therefore, 9/11 MUST BE AN INSIDE JOB, right?

Pat isn't king debunker or anything, and this blog is just what it is: A BLOG. It's not debunker HQ.

But I agree, the media is getting dumber every day.

 
At 03 November, 2010 07:45, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"Pat isn't king debunker or anything"
-Shillman

In fact, Pat isn't anything at all. Just a fat old man who blogs about comic books. He's probably due for a heart attack one of these days, and the world won't even notice.

Keep linking to the RJ Lee report, GuitiredShill. You explained absolutely nothing, and the report clearly states that the source of vaporized metals and melted iron were temperatures in the 'conflagration' that couldn't have come from jet fuel. They didn't come from concrete either, skippy, and since you didn't analyze any dust up close, your word is worthless. Keep linking to it, though. Some of the drones here may actually learn to read it. The most hilarious part is: where does Pat's sourceless bullshit about clean-up torches figure into your "explanation"? He says that people who don't believe him are 'retarded'. Are you 'retarded', Gutterball? Why would Pat call you that? Is Pat the retard here? Talk to me, GutterShill. Amaze us all.

 
At 03 November, 2010 08:59, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

*Crickets*

*Crickets*

*Crickets*

Where's Captain Curley? Why won't he back up his bullshit?

Why does he have his ass continually handed to him at 911debunkers.blogspot.com, where his bullshit is called out on a regular basis? Maybe Pat's sources for his 'work' are his silly comic books? Is Commissioner Gordon really a 'complex character', Pat? You're so deep.

 
At 03 November, 2010 09:20, Blogger Ian G. said...

Don't you have anything better to do with your life, Pat Cowardly?

 
At 03 November, 2010 10:10, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"Don't you have anything better to do with your life, Pat Cowardly?"
-Lyin' G.

Better than exposing the lies and fraud of people who don't believe in honest research and scientific principles? Better than showing you for an ignorant fool and liar? Better than showing Pat for the obese ignoramus he is, over and over and over again?
Better than advocating a proper investigation for the murder of nearly 3,000 of my neighbors?
Better than proving that you either don't understand gravitational acceleration, or you're feigning ignorance, which is even worse?

No, I guess I don't have anything better to do, you worthless craven idiot.

How're you coming along with those sources, Pat? Why did you call GutterBall 'retarded' for his "explanation" of where the melted iron came from?

 
At 03 November, 2010 11:17, Blogger Ian G. said...

I dunno, Pat Cowardly, it's just that your endless, mindless babbling about iron spheres gets boring after a while.

I've got an idea: why don't you babble about Willie Rodriguez for a while and Brian Good can babble about iron spheres? It will make for a more entertaining experience for those of us who come here for the comedy.

 
At 03 November, 2010 11:21, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"for those of us who come here for the comedy." -Ian the Idgit

...because 9/11 is hilarious to people like you and Pat, right?

That's what assholes think, Ian. Why are you an asshole? Be honest.

 
At 03 November, 2010 11:48, Blogger Philip said...

...because 9/11 is hilarious to people like you and Pat, right?

No you dip-s**t. 911 is not hilarious.

"911 TWOOFY-TWOOF", however, is a hoot.

 
At 03 November, 2010 11:51, Blogger Ian G. said...

...because 9/11 is hilarious to people like you and Pat, right?

No, what's hilarious is the stuff you post here. Why do you think I post here? I get a kick out of what's left of the "truth" movement and the stuff they cling to, like you and your iron spheres and your gravitational acceleration.

Anyway, can you start talking about Willie Rodriguez? Right now, you're just not as entertaining as Brian Good because you're a one-trick pony. You need to learn to blather incoherently about all sorts of other topics besides the iron spheres.

 
At 03 November, 2010 12:52, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"Cosmos" (aka "Pat Cowardly") prevaricates, "...Keep linking to the RJ Lee report, GuitiredShill. You explained absolutely nothing, and the report clearly states that the source of vaporized metals and melted iron were temperatures in the 'conflagration' that couldn't have come from jet fuel. They didn't come from concrete either, skippy, and since you didn't analyze any dust up close, your word is worthless."

That's not an answer, fuck 'tard.

For the 100th time, here's a link to the RJ Lee Report.

Source: WTC Dust Signature Report: Composition and Morphology: Summary Report, Prepared for: Deutsche Bank.

Again, for the 100th time, cite the RJ Lee Report as concerns the source of the iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres.

But we all know you can't cite the RJ Lee Report for the source of the iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres, can you shit-for-brains?

Continued...

 
At 03 November, 2010 12:55, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Continued...

So if you're telling us the truth--and you're not telling the truth, by the way--and the source of the iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres is NOT the concrete, they must have come from somewhere else. Right, shit-for-brains?

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?

Steven Jones claims 3900 lbs of "nanothermite" was necessary to bring down the WTC. Thus, according to the 9/11 "truth" movement, it's safe to conclude that "nanothermite" is the source or catalyst responsible for the production of 10,000 tons of iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres.

Now, I want you to explain how 3,900 lbs. of "nanothermite" produced 10,000 tons of iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres.

And don't forget to violate the laws of thermodynamics and conservation of mass.

Now, get to work, shit-for-brains.

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

I especially liked it when Pat provided sources for his asinine ravings about oxyacetylene torches putting thousands of tons of melted iron in the WTC dust.

He doesn't need to provide a source. It was an opinion, not an assertion of fact. Have an adult read it to you. Then die.

 
At 03 November, 2010 14:30, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

According to Pat Curley, you have to be retarded like GuitiredShill to NOT believe the spheres came from oxyacetylene torches.

GuitardBile is POSITIVE that 10,000 tons of melted iron came from the concrete, even though he's never seen the dust at all.

That means Pat called GB retarded, and we still have no coherent 'dumbonker' theory for the origin of thousands of tons of melted iron in the dust.

People who have actually ANALYZED the iron spheres have published studies indicating they came from a conflagration that was clearly hotter than would be fed by jet fuel, contradicting both GB's AND Pat's retardation.

Now THAT's debunking, yo! Who needs SCIENCE? Well done, retards!

 
At 03 November, 2010 14:40, Blogger Ian G. said...

C'mon, Pat Cowardly, the iron spheres stuff is old. Please start talking about modified attack baboons or something else. I'm getting bored here.

 
At 03 November, 2010 14:42, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

According to Pat Curley, you have to be retarded like GuitiredShill to NOT believe the spheres came from oxyacetylene torches.

That's not what he said. He expressed an opinion that oxyacetylene torches are a more likely source of iron microspheres than nanothermite. That's a rational judgment based on the facts.

GuitardBile is POSITIVE that 10,000 tons of melted iron came from the concrete, even though he's never seen the dust at all.

Again, another rational judgment. Concrete is a known source of iron microspheres, and concrete dust was present.

That means Pat called GB retarded, and we still have no coherent 'dumbonker' theory for the origin of thousands of tons of melted iron in the dust.

No. You're the only one who has tried to claim that the iron micropheres must have been from one single source. You haven't explained why you believe that's true, however.

People who have actually ANALYZED the iron spheres have published studies indicating they came from a conflagration that was clearly hotter than would be fed by jet fuel, contradicting both GB's AND Pat's retardation.

No. The RJ Lee report, which you are invoking but are afraid to name, does not say that. Again: concrete, sheetrock, and cutting torches are all credible sources of iron microspheres. All three of these sources were present. The iron microspheres thus came from multiple sources, much like the sperm your mother used to create you.

Now THAT's debunking, yo! Who needs SCIENCE? Well done, retards!

Thank you, fumblenuts. Now will you please salt off?

 
At 03 November, 2010 15:55, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Richard Gage's Testicles wrote, "...The iron microspheres thus came from multiple sources, much like the sperm your mother used to create you."

ROTFLMAO!

I was unaware that "Cosmos" has a mother. In fact, I was under the impression that he's the product of a botched slime mold experiment.

 
At 03 November, 2010 17:13, Blogger ConsDemo said...

Better than exposing the lies and fraud of people who don't believe in honest research and scientific principles?

ROTFLMAO! 9/11 twoof is all ideology. No credible objective scientific body has endorsed your horseshit.

 
At 03 November, 2010 17:22, Blogger Triterope said...

I never suggested "that the vote be banned for whites and males for a couple centuries"

Well, it does sound like something you'd say.

 
At 04 November, 2010 05:41, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

(On Pat Curley's sourceless, asinine conjecture) "That's a rational judgment based on the facts." -Testicle Breath

Based on which facts, exactly? The RJ Lee report plainly contradicts both PAThetic and GutterBile. You're pretending that it doesn't. You're making up facts, and those who read the RJ Lee report will see that. Why should anyone believe the un-sourced speculation of non-scientists who haven't analyzed the melted iron in the dust? Please keep showing everyone you're an idiot, like Pat. Please.

 
At 04 November, 2010 07:35, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

The RJ Lee report plainly contradicts both PAThetic and GutterBile.

Could you please copy and paste that section?

 
At 04 November, 2010 08:13, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

Read the report, Testicles. It's not that hard. And why do you keep answering for Pat, Testicles? He was the one who said the torches 'could easily' have caused the spheres, yet he put forth no sources, nor any proof that the torches even create melted iron spheres. What evidence is he basing it on, exactly? Why does he think GutterBile is 'retarded' for adducing a different theory (similarly sourceless and speculative)? Why can't Fat Pat answer any of these questions himself? Is he a coward? Feel free to be Pat's mouthpiece again, Testicles, but make sure you answer my questions.

 
At 04 November, 2010 09:25, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"Cosmos" (aka "Path Cowardly") whines, "...Why should anyone believe the un-sourced speculation of non-scientists who haven't analyzed the melted iron in the dust?"

I hate to break this to you, "Cosmos," but I am a scientist.

Try again, nut bag.

"Cosmos" (aka "Path Cowardly") prevaricates, "...Based on which facts, exactly? The RJ Lee report plainly contradicts both PAThetic and GutterBile."

The RJ Lee Report "contradicts" my conclusions?

Really? No kidding?

For the 101st time, here's a link to the RJ Lee Report.

Source: WTC Dust Signature Report: Composition and Morphology: Summary Report, Prepared for: Deutsche Bank.

Again, for the 101st time, cite the RJ Lee Report as concerns the "contradiction" to my perfectly valid conclusion. And when you're finished, cite the RJ Lee Report as concerns the source of the iron-rich and alumino-silicate spheres.

Get to work, hayseed.

 
At 04 November, 2010 09:33, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"Cosmos" (aka "Path Cowardly") prevaricates, "...Why does he think GutterBile is 'retarded' for adducing a different theory (similarly sourceless and speculative)?"

Since when is pointing out that lightweight concrete employs pumice (the source of the alumino-silicate spheres) and fly-ash (the source of the iron-rich spheres) as aggregate "speculative"?

Since when is well established fact "speculative"?

Apparently, in the rarefied air you breath, facts are "speculative." Have another hit off the bong, "Cosmos." Be my guest.

Let's cut to the chase, shall we "Cosmos"? You're an ass--not to mention a scurrilous liar.

 
At 04 November, 2010 09:46, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

GutterBall, Pat says your speculation is 'retarded', because it doesn't mention his torches. He's also too cowardly to defend his reasoning, even as he calls you 'retarded'.

Why is that, GutterBall? why would Pat call you 'retarded? Are you?

 
At 04 November, 2010 09:54, Blogger GuitarBill said...

That's not an answer, fuck 'tard.

Try again.

 
At 04 November, 2010 10:13, Blogger Ian G. said...

C'mon, Pat Cowardly, this is boring. Please rant about some other completely irrelevant thing, like whether widows questions have been answered.

 
At 04 November, 2010 12:39, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"this is boring." -Lyin' G.

Then why don't you tell us YOUR theory for the origin of the spheres, Ian? Is it different from Pat's? Does that make you 'retarded'? Is Pat's explanation 'retarded'? Do you think it's a combination of Gutter's AND Pat's source-less, asinine speculation?

If so, then do you think all of those iron spheres (from BOTH the 'retarded' and non-'retarded' sources) would look the same? If so, why did the RJ Lee report cite a completely different origin for the spheres (read it and weep--it's all in there).

When will Cowardly Curley swoop in and explain this all to everyone? Pat? Pat? Pat?

Pat?

Pat?


Pat?















































































Pat?

 
At 04 November, 2010 12:42, Blogger Ian G. said...

Then why don't you tell us YOUR theory for the origin of the spheres, Ian?

Planted there by modified attack baboons under the control of the lizard people.

Now can you please tell us your opinion on whether the US is going to invade Canada at any moment?

 
At 04 November, 2010 12:42, Blogger GuitarBill said...

That's not an answer, "Cosmos."

Do you honestly believe that avoiding my questions lends the force of credibility to your threadbare argument?

Put up, or shut up, jackass.

Answer the God damned questions.

 
At 04 November, 2010 13:49, Blogger Ian G. said...

"Planted there by modified attack baboons under the control of the lizard people." -Ian who jokes about 9/11 evidence, because it's funny to him, and he has no answers or research.

No, 9/11 isn't funny to me. You're what's funny. I have plenty of answers and research, but only the cool kids get to see it.

Anyway, do you have any evidence that modified attack baboons didn't plant those spheres?

 
At 04 November, 2010 15:14, Blogger GuitarBill said...

"Cosmos" (aka "Pat Cowardly") prevaricates, "...-GutterBile, who's angry he's been exposed again, and has no answer to the findings of the RJ Lee report, which plainly contradict his source-less, idiotic speculation."

That's not an answer, fuck 'tard.

Answer the questions, or fuck off.

 
At 04 November, 2010 15:39, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Read the report, Testicles. It's not that hard.

I know. Thank you.

And why do you keep answering for Pat, Testicles?

You're not talking to Pat. You're talking to me now. Focus, buttcrack.

He was the one who said the torches 'could easily' have caused the spheres, yet he put forth no sources, nor any proof that the torches even create melted iron spheres. What evidence is he basing it on, exactly?

Probably from the fact that oxyacetylene torches produce iron oxide, combined with the fact that such torches were used at Ground Zero. Neither fact is in dispute.

Why does he think GutterBile is 'retarded' for adducing a different theory (similarly sourceless and speculative)? Why can't Fat Pat answer any of these questions himself? Is he a coward?

Stop obsessing over Pat. You're talking to me right now.

Feel free to be Pat's mouthpiece again, Testicles, but make sure you answer my questions.

I will ask the questions, jerkoff. What does the RJ Lee report say about the source of the iron microspheres? Have a look at this, it might help you squeeze out an answer.

 
At 04 November, 2010 15:58, Blogger Triterope said...

I especially liked it when Pat provided sources for his asinine ravings about oxyacetylene torches putting thousands of tons of melted iron in the WTC dust. Do oxyacetylene torches even produce melted iron spheres, Pat? Why doesn't GuitardBile agree with you? Can't you numbnut dumbunkers get your alleged stories straight?

If anyone ever asks me what "disappeared up his own asshole" means, I will cite the above.

 
At 06 November, 2010 14:21, Blogger snug.bug said...

The inability of SLC denizens to understand simple and obvious metaphors suggests severe cognitive deficits that I would associate with poor performance in school--which I guess explains their motivations for sitting around feeling superior to people they regard as dumber than dirt.

And no, TR, I'm not going to explain to you how dumb dirt is.

 
At 06 November, 2010 14:22, Blogger snug.bug said...

I'm also not going to explain what a honking plate is.

 
At 06 November, 2010 15:02, Blogger Pat Cowardly said...

"I will ask the questions, jerkoff. What does the RJ Lee report say about the source of the iron microspheres?" -Testicles

Why do you and GuntherHeil keep asking me this, if both of you claim to have read it? Do you not understand what it says, or how it contradicts both GutterBall and Pathetic Pat? You're some researcher, Testicles. JamesB would be proud.

 
At 06 November, 2010 16:56, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Why do you and GuntherHeil keep asking me this, if both of you claim to have read it?

To test your comprehension of it.

Do you not understand what it says, or how it contradicts both GutterBall and Pathetic Pat?

Could you please copy and paste the contradictory portion? Now's your chance to score a major victory for 9/11 Troof. Do it. Copy and paste. Try not to fuck up.

 
At 06 November, 2010 17:14, Blogger Ian G. said...

The inability of SLC denizens to understand simple and obvious metaphors suggests severe cognitive deficits that I would associate with poor performance in school--which I guess explains their motivations for sitting around feeling superior to people they regard as dumber than dirt.

What metaphors? Also, Brian, you lack the cognitive ability to mop floors competently. It's not hard to feel superior to you.

 
At 07 November, 2010 10:12, Blogger Triterope said...

And no, TR, I'm not going to explain to you how dumb dirt is.

You do every time you post.

 
At 11 November, 2010 23:55, Blogger snug.bug said...

1 Corinthians 13:11

 
At 12 November, 2010 16:58, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Ecclesiastes 10:3

 
At 12 November, 2010 20:19, Blogger Triterope said...

John 11:35.

 

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