Monday, March 05, 2007

Sorry Dylan, They Aren't On Your Side

When the South Park episode came out mocking 9/11 conspiracy theorists, Dylan Avery bizarrely thought that the creators of the show were really on their side. Now Penn Jillette, who famously skewered the conspiracy theorists on his own Showtime series, discusses the issue with South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

The part on the conspiracy theorists starts about 11 minutes in. Sorry Dylan, they really do think you are retards.

Warning: explicit content on just about all of those links.

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At 05 March, 2007 13:06, Blogger MarkyX said...

We should get interviewed on there :) Penn is the type of libertarian that is actually sane.

At 05 March, 2007 13:08, Blogger Nyke said...

Bets on Dylan's reaction:

"Nah, it has to be a double sooper-sekrit troother bluff. They have to be on our side!"

At 05 March, 2007 13:34, Blogger CHF said...

Dylan's view that South Park was impartial is part of the same mental illness that causes twoofers to see these conspiracies in the first place.

When someone can misunderstand "you're a retard" it pretty much puts the rest of their fuckups in perspective.

At 05 March, 2007 13:51, Blogger rocketdoodle said...

My pick for Dylan's reaction:

"They're cartoon gatekeepers."

At 05 March, 2007 14:05, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

It is a shame really. You have people like Swing and Russ who I would say are far from "retards", yet they lumped into it by SP from the retarded company they keep, and the retarded ideas they spue.


At 05 March, 2007 16:36, Blogger Sword of Truth said...

I respectfully disagree, TAM. While Russ is a notch above the rest of his ilk, SD is among the lowest.

No one who denies the holocaust deserves even the slightest respect. "Retard" isn't strong enough for Swing.

At 05 March, 2007 17:02, Blogger Pat said...

LOL, good one Bill!

TAM, I'm not impressed with Swing at all, but Russ is clearly an intelligent guy. It's not completely about retarded versus bright; there's a correlation there certainly, but there are some very smart truthers. Greg Jenkins, for example.

I think part of it has to do with just a general susceptibility to conspiracy theories in general, and that may vary based on age, intelligence and your personal life history.

At 05 March, 2007 17:43, Blogger texasjack said...

TAM, I have to give you a lot of credit, taking the time to rebut each of Swing's incoherent, scramble-brained posts. Russ on the other hand, although I totally disagree with most of his views, I find his posts are clearly stated; he doesn't try to muddy the waters.

At 05 March, 2007 17:49, Blogger debunking911 said...

Hay guys, now even Dylan can be a debunker!

Just go to my home page and put anything concerning 9/11 in the search engine.

Happy debunking!

At 06 March, 2007 05:47, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Like hey man, I mean they support us in a very unique way to make it look like a rejection that really isn't a rejection. The kind that nobody has seen before. That way they can get away with supporting us.

Get a clue!

At 06 March, 2007 06:51, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

There are no buns at

Even Jason couldn't find the buns and he's our researcher.

Debuning911 is a fake. Don't believe it.

Jason told me.

At 06 March, 2007 09:52, Blogger Nyke said...

I think your link's borked.

At 07 March, 2007 19:18, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

I think most of what Swing says is crap, from a content and pov perspective, but he is more articulate than alot of the other twoofers, and he provides for a more entertaining arguement.



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