Friday, January 21, 2011

Who Says Actors Are Airheads?



Mark Ruffalo, asked to provide the most compelling evidence about 9-11 Truth, mumbles something about how the 9-11 Commission didn't do anything before the attacks. Brilliant!

Note that this is not a case of him suddenly coming out as a Troofer; according to his Wikipedia page he's been vocal about his nutbar beliefs since 2007:
In October 2007, Ruffalo criticized the 9/11 Commission Report as "completely illegitimate" and called for re-opening the investigation. He said: "I saw the way they all came down and I am baffled. My first reaction is that buildings don't fall down like that."

And yes, he is an obvious right-winger:
On October 4, 2006, he appeared on Democracy Now!, a daily news program. He spoke against the War in Iraq, the Military Commissions Act of 2006, torture, and the Bush Administration. He also announced he would speak at The World Can't Wait Protest in New York City on October 5, 2006. Ruffalo contributed to the campaign of former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel for the 2008 Democratic Party nomination for President.


He's playing the mindless brute the Incredible Hulk in an upcoming film of The Avengers. Talk about being typecast!

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9 Comments:

At 21 January, 2011 09:28, Blogger WhyAskQuestions said...

Kind of reminds me of our delusional friend Brian.

Brian claims that Sunder said that it was the buildings that fell @ 9 & 11 seconds.

Sunder actually said:

"NIST estimated the elapsed times for the first EXTERIOR PANELS.......to be approximately 11 seconds for WTC 1 and approximately 9 seconds for WTC 2"

Yes Brian, the exterior panels fell at free fall while the entire buildings were still piledriving themselves into the basement. Your claim that it was the "Buildings" is debunked by Sunder's own words above.

 
At 21 January, 2011 09:48, Blogger Ian G. said...

Brian also loves to use the word "baffled".

As I mentioned before, just because someone is "baffled" doesn't mean that there isn't a mundane explanation behind it. The people of 1066 England were baffled by the appearance of Halley's Comet, but that doesn't mean there's a simple explanation behind its appearance.

I can chalk up the confusion over Halley's Comet to the general ignorance of medieval England. Brian and Mark Ruffalo, however, are morons.

 
At 21 January, 2011 09:55, Blogger WhyAskQuestions said...

There should be a website dedicated to Brian's "accomplishments".

 
At 21 January, 2011 15:24, Blogger Triterope said...

I thought this was it.

 
At 21 January, 2011 15:43, Blogger paul w said...

Brian's getting pasted...again... and he's not even here!

Lol!!!!

 
At 21 January, 2011 16:18, Blogger Dave Kyte said...

There should be a website dedicated to Brian's "accomplishments".

I think that could be accomplished in a single Twitter Post.

But I do agree, compiling all of the idiocy that has sprung from Brian would a great example of how not to think or act.

 
At 21 January, 2011 20:14, Blogger Fred said...

This is disappointing. He is an ok actor. That "comic"/"actor" Hal Sparks that makes sense but Mark Ruffalo ugh.

 
At 21 January, 2011 21:27, Blogger Triterope said...

I liked him in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

 
At 22 January, 2011 08:16, Blogger WhyAskQuestions said...

Dave,

Hell, even a Blog about Brian would do us justice & others as well.

I can see the headline:

9/11 Truthers: Don't act like Brian Good!

 

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