Thursday, January 15, 2015

Egotists for 9/11 Truth

To promote his new 2015 membership drive Richard Gage is now flacking himself :


And at the $25 per month level, you’ll receive, in addition to the documentary DVD, this gem of a framed photograph, signed by me and two renowned 9/11 researchers, Dr. David Ray Griffin and Dr. Steven Jones.

For the Truther fan boy who has everything! Seems a bit steep though. That comes out to $300 a year. Russell Wilson visited my office for a fundraiser for his charity and one of my coworkers won an autographed ball from him for less than that, and he even threw the ball to her! Then again, there are three of them...



23 Comments:

At 15 January, 2015 18:29, Blogger Grandmastershek said...

That picture will complete my "pseudo-scientific frauds" collection!

 
At 15 January, 2015 21:31, Blogger Pat said...

I love that Griffin and Gage are now "researchers"; in fact they've lifted nearly everything they say from Jones and/or Nico Haupt.

 
At 16 January, 2015 05:08, Blogger Ian said...

Given how dead 9/11 truth is, I'm surprised Gage hasn't declared bankruptcy yet.

Also, his typical audience either works at McDonalds or is on disability for severe mental illness. Where are those people going to find an extra $300 lying around?

 
At 16 January, 2015 07:33, Blogger Emmanuel Goldstein said...

IF YOU FOLLOW THE EVIDENCE, AND IN ALL PROBABILITY, RICHARD GAGE AND ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH IS A GOVERNMENT FUNDED DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN MEANT TO MOLD PUBLIC OPINION USING A TAX-EXEMPT NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION AS ITS COVER.

 
At 16 January, 2015 08:41, Blogger Andrew Johnson said...

Plenty of fake truthers around...

http://911thermitefree.blogspot.co.uk/

 
At 16 January, 2015 13:20, Blogger James B. said...

Ian, that's why they have a payment plan.

 
At 17 January, 2015 19:22, Blogger Marc Ferris said...

Russel Wilson is an inside job.

 
At 18 January, 2015 08:01, Blogger Grandmastershek said...

Plenty of fake truthers around

It amazes me how one group of kooks can spot the nonsense in other kooks, but not themselves. Reminds me of Islamic creationists vs. Christian creationists.

 
At 18 January, 2015 08:58, Blogger Ian said...

It amazes me how one group of kooks can spot the nonsense in other kooks, but not themselves. Reminds me of Islamic creationists vs. Christian creationists.

Yup. Brian Good always sounded perfectly reasonable when talking about how the no-planes crowd is nuts. And then he'd start babbling about magic spray-on thermite and invisible silent explosives and the invisible elevator repairmen who planted both.

 
At 18 January, 2015 10:04, Blogger Pat said...

My personal favorite is Jim Hoffman, who did some very good work disposing of missiles at the Pentagon and laser beams from space, and then proposed thermite ceiling tiles.

 
At 18 January, 2015 15:54, Blogger Marc Ferris said...

Speaking of the Seahawks, Pete Carol attributes his victory over the Packers to a quote he wrote on the chalkboard in the locker room:

"Jet fuel can't melt steel."

So now I have to root for the AFC.

 
At 18 January, 2015 18:43, Blogger James B. said...

Dick Cheney and I planned that comeback from a secret bunker in Wyoming.

 
At 19 January, 2015 22:15, Blogger Pat said...

I knew there was something fishy about that game.

 
At 20 January, 2015 21:37, Blogger snug.bug said...

Pat, Dr. Griffin was a researcher long before Dr. Jones and Mr. Gage came on the scene.

Jim Hoffman's ceiling tile hypothesis seems somewhat counter-intuitive. It was an attempt to explain the pulverization of the concrete floors which has otherwise remained unexplained by any other hypothesis. The NIST report offered no hypothesis but only punted, refusing to address anything that came after the moment the collapse began.

I don't have knowledge of the physics of explosives. I would think that explosive ceiling tiles would only blow themselves onto the floor. But what do I know?



 
At 21 January, 2015 03:59, Blogger Stewie Griffin said...

explosive ceiling tiles

That deserves this:

http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140808184223/bloodbrothersgame/images/c/c7/Implied_facepalm.jpg

 
At 21 January, 2015 06:35, Blogger James B. said...

But we had nothing to do with deflating the footballs. That was entirely Bill Bellichek.

 
At 21 January, 2015 16:15, Blogger Ian said...

I don't have knowledge of the physics of explosives.

We know. You also don't have knowledge of anything else related to 9/11, but for some reason, you've been posting as if you're not a pathetic ignoramus for almost 6 years here.

Maybe it's time to get a life, Brian?

 
At 21 January, 2015 18:51, Blogger snug.bug said...

Skidmark (Ian), maybe it's time for you to quit obsessing about someone you think has no life.

 
At 21 January, 2015 19:56, Blogger Ian said...

Skidmark (Ian), maybe it's time for you to quit obsessing about someone you think has no life.

Poor Brian. I've humiliated him yet again.

You could always stop posting spam here and get some normal interests, Brian. But given that you're old and your life has already been pissed away, I guess it's too late.

So can you remind me again how many questions the "widows" haven't had answered? I've forgotten.

 
At 21 January, 2015 19:59, Blogger Ian said...

So Brian, have you paid the $300 to get this signed photo? I know that's a pretty steep price for someone with no job who lives on disability.

I, on the other hand, was able to get a signed photo of the 3 most prominent leaders of the truth movement: Bill Deagle, Jim Fetzer, and Judy Wood. It didn't cost me anything. Bill Deagle is a big hockey fan and collects sweaters, so I traded my Darius Kasparaitis New York Islanders fisherman jersey for the photo. Such a deal!

 
At 22 January, 2015 08:08, Blogger snug.bug said...

Informed commentary on the ignorance and intellectual irresponsibility demonstrated on this board is hardly spam, Skidmark.

 
At 22 January, 2015 17:34, Blogger Ian said...

Yup, Brian is the perfect example of Dunning-Kruger. He's way too stupid to understand how stupid he is.

Thus, he thinks babbling about magic thermite elves is "informed commentary", and he thinks those of us who tell him why magic thermite elves didn't destroy the WTC are "ignorant" and "intellectually irresponsible".

Of course, I leave that to others. I'd much rather just taunt and humiliate Brian by reminding him that he's a failed janitor who can't afford a decent haircut.

 
At 23 January, 2015 16:33, Blogger Pat said...

So now super-nano-thermite also pulverizes concrete?

 

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