Thursday, September 10, 2020

Esquire Looks Back at Loose Change

 Fifteen years later (can you believe it's been that long) Esquire takes a look back at the unfortunate legacy of Loose Change. Don't say we didn't warn you.

To truly understand how we’ve arrived at this place, we need to go back 15 years and revisit Loose Change, the first time a fringe Internet conspiracy theory percolated to the highest echelons of our cultural and political institutions.

Released on April 13, 2005, by Dylan Avery, a 21-year-old amateur filmmaker, Loose Change was a “documentary” that posited a radical thesis:


At 10 September, 2020 19:46, Blogger Uncle Sporkums said...

Bermas does not dispute the description.“People paint conspiracy theorists as introverts tucked away in their basements,” he says. “That ain’t me, bro. I love going out to drink, talking to girls, watching MMA. I have the gift of gab.”

Okay, so you're just a douche..

Seriously, these idiots just don't know when to quit do they? The Ron Paul kook candidate finally won the election, and troofers are just as violent and stupid as ever. The article did pretty good job roasting those idiots. Amazing to see so much butt-covering for their old shame and trying to differentiate themselves from Jones and the No Planer kooks. Nice try, Do-Over.

Things are just as bad now, if not worse that we have a plague whose death toll is now in catastrophic numbers and a bunch of psychotic, homicidal in-denial nutbars on the left and right willing to harm and kill people in every day situations. And the President of the US of A cheering them on..

It's hard to believe we went from a time of national unity in the aftermath of 9/11 (strained as it was) to an outright psycho free-for-all almost every day. Great legacy, you film-school dropouts..


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