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(WPBF West Palm Beach)   Dan Ackroyd is a Sandy Hook denier. "There really isn't enough information actually that we can go on. The information that we do have, the information that is being withheld, leads one to be somewhat skeptical"   (wpbf.com) divider line 243
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2013-01-08 11:14:22 AM

Rev. Skarekroe: Clemkadidlefark: Let's see ... Fark exists to mock the news for being the malignant tool it has become.

Dan Ackroyd says reports on Sandy Hook incomplete, suggestive and may not be the whole story.

Farkers kick Ackroyd in the nuts, set him on fire for questioning the Official Narrative.

Fark has become the complete Ouroboros of Irony

You forgot bullet point 5:

Some Farkers don't click the article and end up posting stuff that makes them look like morons


Oh the schadenfreude.
 
2013-01-08 11:15:05 AM
As a Journalist, I have a thirst for the truth. At the recent grade school shooting, I decided I need to know what actually happened.

I went right to the coroner's office. I was in luck. The coroner was doing an autopsy on a deceased ten year old.

I burst right past the secretary. "Sit down! I am a journalist!" I barked. I walked in to the examine room and right up to the table. "Journalist" I said.

"Oh," said the coroner. "Then you know I've already completed the Y incision and I am following the path the bullets took through this young body."

"I didn't say anything about bullets! Where did you get the idea that bullets were used to kill these children?"

"Well, you see these holes? They're called bullet holes. This one entered the chest, the young rib cage deflected it and caused it to spin, reducing the youth's internal organs to mush."

"Word on the street says aliens did this" I said. "Aliens using earth technology to cover their tracks. One of the deceased was going to invent the hyperdrive and they silenced him. Or robots. Future robots. You know the story line."

"You must work for the Enquirer" she said.

"It's a spec piece. I'm going with aliens but then I'll make a copy and insert 'Future Robot" in to the copy where ever "Alien" was."

"Good luck with that. Now pass me the bucket. This one took a bullet to the brain."

I left the coroner's office certain that aliens and or future robots had caused this. She didn't deny it. I needed a second to confirm it. I went right to the Chief of Police. It was my lucky day. I found $5 on the walk over there. Lunch would include food. Real, store bought food.

The Chief was in a meeting with the Mayor. I walked right in. "Journalist!" I yelled. "Stop what you are doing and give me your undivided attention or I will write that you were 'uncooperative'."

"Well, we don't want that," saidd the Mayor. "I want to be known as cooperative."

"Me too" said the Chief of Police. "You may speak and we will listen and answer all your questions."

I spent the next few minutes bringing the Chief and Mayor up to speed on whatI knew. The strange disc-like object that was spotted before and after the killings. The probability that kids from that school go on to engineering careers and the fact that future robots and or aliens would not use ray guns or robot finger weapons if they wanted to be sneaky about it. Both the Mayor and the Chief agreed that I made excellent sense.

"In light of what I am hearing, we have no choice but to release the guy we thought we caught at the school with the loaded weapon. I'll have him ordered released immediately." said the Chief. "I'll order an APB for future robots and aliens."

"And I'll make sure he gets his rifle back and all the ammo that we found on him. Plus, I'll give him some police body armor as a sign of good will."

"Excellent! Journalism has once again made society stand up and take notice. You both shall be well described in both my articles about either future robots or aliens - should some one actually buy it."

I left knowing that I, a Journalist, had made the world a better place and that I had $5 in my pocket. I could go to Subway and get a $5 sandwich because as a Journalist, I pay no retail tax. Just yell "I'm a Journalist!" until they give you the sandwich.
 
2013-01-08 11:15:51 AM

hdhale: [derp] ...Supporters of Mr. Obama will now imply or flat out say I'm a moonbat. Have fun with that. I won't be listening


That's OK, because most people probably stopped paying attention after you spelled the president's name wrong.
 
2013-01-08 11:18:11 AM
I can see how super-secret conspiracies with fog-shrouded agendas are entirely more acceptable than the thought an armed person with mental issues murdered unsuspecting innocents....

One totally absolves you from taking action while allowing you to obsess over details - the other could involve you....
 
2013-01-08 11:19:49 AM
Used a tragedy for political gain and to push an agenda? Sure of course, Bush did that with 9/11 but this was just one lone nutjob and a bunch of dead kids. Let's continue to trample on their memory please and thanks.
 
2013-01-08 11:20:14 AM

hdhale: It's all Obama's fault


Congratulations, you managed to outcrazy the trolls today.
 
2013-01-08 11:20:21 AM
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From the Batman movie.
 
2013-01-08 11:20:55 AM

Harry Freakstorm: As a Journalist, I have a thirst for the truth. At the recent grade school shooting, I decided I need to know what actually happened.

I went right to the coroner's office. I was in luck. The coroner was doing an autopsy on a deceased ten year old.

I burst right past the secretary. "Sit down! I am a journalist!" I barked. I walked in to the examine room and right up to the table. "Journalist" I said.

"Oh," said the coroner. "Then you know I've already completed the Y incision and I am following the path the bullets took through this young body."

"I didn't say anything about bullets! Where did you get the idea that bullets were used to kill these children?"

"Well, you see these holes? They're called bullet holes. This one entered the chest, the young rib cage deflected it and caused it to spin, reducing the youth's internal organs to mush."

"Word on the street says aliens did this" I said. "Aliens using earth technology to cover their tracks. One of the deceased was going to invent the hyperdrive and they silenced him. Or robots. Future robots. You know the story line."

"You must work for the Enquirer" she said.

"It's a spec piece. I'm going with aliens but then I'll make a copy and insert 'Future Robot" in to the copy where ever "Alien" was."

"Good luck with that. Now pass me the bucket. This one took a bullet to the brain."

I left the coroner's office certain that aliens and or future robots had caused this. She didn't deny it. I needed a second to confirm it. I went right to the Chief of Police. It was my lucky day. I found $5 on the walk over there. Lunch would include food. Real, store bought food.

The Chief was in a meeting with the Mayor. I walked right in. "Journalist!" I yelled. "Stop what you are doing and give me your undivided attention or I will write that you were 'uncooperative'."

"Well, we don't want that," saidd the Mayor. "I want to be known as cooperative."

"Me too" said the Chief of Police. "You ma ...


Fear and loathing in Newtown?
 
KIA
2013-01-08 11:22:04 AM
I am not a conspiracy kind of person primarily because the ability to create and maintain a conspiracy calls for a level of competence and confidentiality which is almost completely lacking in today's public servants.

Having said that, history shows there is a constant, low-level corruption and disregard for truth, the "little people" and general square dealing amongst officials. This leads me to ask: why haven't we gotten an official report on what happened yet? Why is the press still thumbing through data which was suspect three weeks ago and has not been clarified since?

The answer does not lie within a grand conspiracy, but in an attempt to optimize impact for political gain. There is a reason why Obama is demanding a gun control report by the end of January. If I was a betting man, I'd bet that, through no coincidence at all, the "official" report comes out at the same time.
 
2013-01-08 11:22:24 AM

Rurouni: Well to be fair, the news did change the story like 50 times.


Well to be fair, when these stories hit Fark, how many people come in and immediately start saying, "So where is more accurate info?" "How come ___ doesn't have more info about this? They suck!" " How come they don't know how many were killed, it's been 15 minutes since the shooting?" "Why don't they have a picture of the shooter yet?" etc. etc. etc......

Yeah--it's not THE MEDIA. We're part of the problem.
 
2013-01-08 11:22:28 AM
Registering guns is silly. They should register bullets. Put rfid tags in all of them.
 
2013-01-08 11:23:56 AM
So, all the tinfoil hat stuff aside: when are they gonna release the official report? Something that mentions the evidence they have alluded to that points to a motive? Something that diagrams the scene and how it unfolded from a forensic pov. Have they mentioned a time table on that? I'm still confused which guns were used.
 
2013-01-08 11:25:00 AM

KIA: I am not a conspiracy kind of person


Yes you are

The answer does not lie within a grand conspiracy, but in an attempt to optimize impact for political gain. There is a reason why Obama is demanding a gun control report by the end of January. If I was a betting man, I'd bet that, through no coincidence at all, the "official" report comes out at the same time.

This assault weapon ban has nothing to do with Sandy Hook. That was just the catalyst to push this ban through, which the people writing it have been wanting to do for years. Assault weapons account for less than 2% of crimes committed, this is nothing more than a political agenda riding on the back of a tragedy.
 
2013-01-08 11:25:33 AM
I know nutters are a universal thing, but America, you're more than filling the world's quota for stupid and crazy at the same time with this guy

/not enough tinfoil in the world for this guy
 
2013-01-08 11:25:34 AM

Makh: It true, people really do believe that this was a set-up by Obama to ban guns.  They blame him for the deaths.


i457.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-08 11:26:22 AM

AngryJailhouseFistfark: Sure. They'd been grooming the crazy kid for years, providing secret orders to the ATF to approve any and all firearms purchases by the mother. Plus they made sure the father was making plenty of money to support her gun collecting as well. Meanwhile Eric Holder used this connections to the Mexican Drug Cartels to bring up 3 shooters, 2 primary and 1 backup, to support the crazy kid, guide and direct him, make sure it was done right, etc. And then neat-as-you-please, these Mexi-shooters take out the crazy kid to keep him quiet and are on the next Greyhound to Oaxaca with nobody the wiser.


You left out the contrails from plan and work how the moon landing was faked as well.

/you did give me a giggle
 
KIA
2013-01-08 11:29:34 AM

Tat'dGreaser: KIA: I am not a conspiracy kind of person

Yes you are

The answer does not lie within a grand conspiracy, but in an attempt to optimize impact for political gain. There is a reason why Obama is demanding a gun control report by the end of January. If I was a betting man, I'd bet that, through no coincidence at all, the "official" report comes out at the same time.

This assault weapon ban has nothing to do with Sandy Hook. That was just the catalyst to push this ban through, which the people writing it have been wanting to do for years. Assault weapons account for less than 2% of crimes committed, this is nothing more than a political agenda riding on the back of a tragedy.


I know Eric Holder said when he took office that he wanted the assault weapons ban reinstated. I know Feinstein and others have been aching for the opportunity. That's not a conspiracy, or, if it is, there is nothing secretive or facially illegal about it. It manly be Unconstitutional. It may be ignorant, based upon folly, superstition, bad math and worse public policy agendas, but it isn't a conspiracy.
 
2013-01-08 11:31:45 AM

cryinoutloud: RidgeRunner5: What I do find interesting, is how the narrative changed as the days went on. It went from 2 pistols, to 2 pistols and a rifle left in the car, to 4 pistols, to 2 pistols, a rifle and a shotgun in the car to just a rifle and a shotgun in the car.

You're amazed that reporters, who are under the gun (heh) to provide news instantly, no matter how little information they actually have, might get some things wrong at first? So how many pet conspiracy theories do you have?

This is completely ridiculous. but then, I heard a few stories about how the Bush administration killed thousands of our citizens so that they could start a war, too.


The only conspiracy theories I subscribe to is the JFK assassination and I believe that the government shot down Flight 93 to prevent it from getting to DC.
 
2013-01-08 11:34:28 AM

KIA: I know Eric Holder said when he took office that he wanted the assault weapons ban reinstated. I know Feinstein and others have been aching for the opportunity. That's not a conspiracy, or, if it is, there is nothing secretive or facially illegal about it. It manly be Unconstitutional. It may be ignorant, based upon folly, superstition, bad math and worse public policy agendas, but it isn't a conspiracy.


Oh I agree, I'm just saying this waiting for the official report is false. They do not care at all what this report has to say. It could help them or hurt them, they don't care. Plus, I'm not a fan of Obama I didn't vote for him but I think he's just saying what he thinks the people want to hear. I don't remember him ever saying the word "ban", it's these other assholes we have to worry about.
 
2013-01-08 11:35:19 AM
Kuroshin: "Literally the first thing that came into their minds was it being a conspiracy"

This may surprise you, but the paranoid types who believe conspiracy theories tend to believe *everything* is a conspiracy.
I mean, you don't meet people who *only* have 'questions' about the moon landing. If they have 'questions' about the moon landing, they likely have 'questions' about 9/11 and 'questions' about the transit system on Mars and 'questions' about the Obama "gun control agenda".

And whenever you introduce new data that is at all related to a standing conspiracy? It gets incorporated into the conspiracy. Automatically. Because that's how those things work. Every piece of evidence is evidence *of* the conspiracy. If you allow that shiat like Sandy Hook just 'happens', then the idea that some people might support gun control for rational reasons kinda eats away at the notion that Obama *must* have a gun control agenda *because* they want to systematically disarm us so we can't resist when the Reptilians press us into the FEMA camps for reprogramming.

So, yeah, of course Sandy Hook was a setup. Because *everything is*.
 
2013-01-08 11:38:56 AM

ringersol: Kuroshin: "Literally the first thing that came into their minds was it being a conspiracy"

This may surprise you, but the paranoid types who believe conspiracy theories tend to believe *everything* is a conspiracy.


Every time I hear about a conspiracy I see the guy from Penn & Teller's 9/11 Bullshiat episode standing at a microphone declaring 'Nobody will ever convince me that this was a not a conspiracy'.
 
2013-01-08 11:39:52 AM

Rurouni: Well to be fair, the news did change the story like 50 times.


Exactly the point. When I first heard the story, the shooter used 2 pistols, later a rifle was found in the car. Then CNN reported the same thing. Now the story is all about assault rifles and hi-cap magazines zomg banz banz banz.

Really, you can waste unarmed people in a confined setting just as dead quick with a plain old handgun. Last few mass shootings in point. Yet banning everything is never going to stop people from going psycho. In the 30's some Japanese guy butchered his whole village with a shotgun, sword and axe.

Assault rifles are good against adversaries at range with like weaponry, which is why a government might want to take them away, to have a tactical advantage over civilians, not because they kill children any better. The most efficient way to kill children is to stack them into piles and use low cost handgun ammunition, one round per stack, like how the Nazis did it.

The story being manipulated for political propaganda is a plausible scenario.
 
2013-01-08 11:41:50 AM
What an anti gun control Dan Aykroyd might look like:
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2013-01-08 11:42:35 AM

Aye Carumba: Really, you can waste unarmed people in a confined setting just as dead quick with a plain old handgun. Last few mass shootings in point. Yet banning everything is never going to stop people from going psycho. In the 30's some Japanese guy butchered his whole village with a shotgun, sword and axe


The same f*cking day in China a guy stabbed 22 school children all the same age as the Sandy Hook kids.

"Ohhh but none of them died!"

Yea I'm sure they won't be f*cked up mentally for the rest of their lives, that's much better
 
2013-01-08 11:42:56 AM

KIA: I am not a conspiracy kind of person primarily because the ability to create and maintain a conspiracy calls for a level of competence and confidentiality which is almost completely lacking in today's public servants.

Having said that, history shows there is a constant, low-level corruption and disregard for truth, the "little people" and general square dealing amongst officials. This leads me to ask: why haven't we gotten an official report on what happened yet? Why is the press still thumbing through data which was suspect three weeks ago and has not been clarified since?

The answer does not lie within a grand conspiracy,


Ok....

but in an attempt to optimize impact for political gain. There is a reason why Obama is demanding a gun control report by the end of January. If I was a betting man, I'd bet that, through no coincidence at all, the "official" report comes out at the same time.

So it's a conspiracy orchestrated by the Obama administration. You're every bit as nutty as the blogger.
 
2013-01-08 11:43:21 AM

Tat'dGreaser: KIA: I know Eric Holder said when he took office that he wanted the assault weapons ban reinstated. I know Feinstein and others have been aching for the opportunity. That's not a conspiracy, or, if it is, there is nothing secretive or facially illegal about it. It manly be Unconstitutional. It may be ignorant, based upon folly, superstition, bad math and worse public policy agendas, but it isn't a conspiracy.

Oh I agree, I'm just saying this waiting for the official report is false. They do not care at all what this report has to say. It could help them or hurt them, they don't care. Plus, I'm not a fan of Obama I didn't vote for him but I think he's just saying what he thinks the people want to hear. I don't remember him ever saying the word "ban", it's these other assholes we have to worry about.


You always seem like a pretty reasonable guy....good God, did you vote for Romney?!?!
 
2013-01-08 11:43:40 AM
Oh dear god... How did I not see this?
 
2013-01-08 11:43:49 AM

freetomato: You always seem like a pretty reasonable guy....good God, did you vote for Romney?!?!


No, I'm a Libertarian nut job
 
2013-01-08 11:44:01 AM

Tat'dGreaser: Aye Carumba: Really, you can waste unarmed people in a confined setting just as dead quick with a plain old handgun. Last few mass shootings in point. Yet banning everything is never going to stop people from going psycho. In the 30's some Japanese guy butchered his whole village with a shotgun, sword and axe

The same f*cking day in China a guy stabbed 22 school children all the same age as the Sandy Hook kids.

"Ohhh but none of them died!"

Yea I'm sure they won't be f*cked up mentally for the rest of their lives, that's much better


Let's ask the dead kids what they would prefer.
 
2013-01-08 11:44:06 AM
Dear subby-
Please come forward and accept your free cock punch for using the term 'Sandy Hook denier'.
Thanks
 
2013-01-08 11:45:21 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Let's ask the dead kids what they would prefer.


I'd rather be dead than stabbed multiple times by a crazy person and alive.
 
2013-01-08 11:45:31 AM
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GIS for sandy hook conspiracy
 
2013-01-08 11:48:06 AM
He couldn't help it! I just popped in there!
 
2013-01-08 11:48:22 AM

Tat'dGreaser: HotWingConspiracy: Let's ask the dead kids what they would prefer.

I'd rather be dead than stabbed multiple times by a crazy person and alive.


Cool.

Let's ask their parents what they would prefer as well.
 
2013-01-08 11:51:47 AM

machoprogrammer: [i.imgur.com image 581x480]

GIS for sandy hook conspiracy


That Columbine dot is way off.  And somebody apparently has a problem with St. Johns for some reason.
 
2013-01-08 11:52:19 AM
Ha, you guys are just as freaking retarded when someone says something that doesn't jive with your sense of reality as you claim they are.

Quid pro quo Clarisse.....

I wasn't there, but I heard so many conflicting reports from the Nooz and saw enough conflicts in the video alone to know for a fact the entire incident is not what the police are reporting.

Yeah, the kids are dead. How they got that way remains to be properly manufactured.
I'll tell you straight up, having been in an Army combat unit for 10 years that those kids did NOT get shot by an AR. That's a fact.

There IS some manufacturing going on here like it or not.

I know you dumbasses will yell DEHURRR and all kinds if intelligent redneck funny sound crap. I believe what I see and what my experience tells me.
I also firmly believe the the government does not give a rats ass about it's citizens and will feed them into the mill at any opportunity to push its agenda.
 
KIA
2013-01-08 11:52:22 AM

chuckufarlie: KIA: I am not a conspiracy kind of person primarily because the ability to create and maintain a conspiracy calls for a level of competence and confidentiality which is almost completely lacking in today's public servants.

Having said that, history shows there is a constant, low-level corruption and disregard for truth, the "little people" and general square dealing amongst officials. This leads me to ask: why haven't we gotten an official report on what happened yet? Why is the press still thumbing through data which was suspect three weeks ago and has not been clarified since?

The answer does not lie within a grand conspiracy, but in an attempt to optimize impact for political gain. There is a reason why Obama is demanding a gun control report by the end of January. If I was a betting man, I'd bet that, through no coincidence at all, the "official" report comes out at the same time.

gee, and I thought that the reason that he is demanding gun control was to prevent kids from getting killed.


The facts, evidenceand experience in other nations clearly demonstrate that making the horrible actions committed by mentally unstable individuals "EVEN MOREZ ILLEGAL!!!" will have absolutely no meaningful impact on future tragedies.

So, no. They cannot have any reasonable expectation that they can leave our children gathered in undefended masses yet somehow keep them protected by legislative action alone. No reasonable person could think that would stop another crazy person. Of the stated cause is irrational or inconsistent with the purported goal, there is an ulterior motive or actual goal which differs from the stated goal.
 
2013-01-08 11:53:31 AM

computerguyUT: I'll tell you straight up, having been in an Army combat unit for 10 years that those kids did NOT get shot by an AR. That's a fact.


So you examined the bodies?
 
2013-01-08 11:57:00 AM

wxboy: machoprogrammer: [i.imgur.com image 581x480]

GIS for sandy hook conspiracy

That Columbine dot is way off.  And somebody apparently has a problem with St. Johns for some reason.


Also, the dot for "DC Sniper" appears to stretch from Richmond VA (130 miles south of DC) to Philadelphia (150 miles north) and from The Chesapeake Bay (30 miles east of DC) to the WV/OH border (don't know exactly how far, but it's more than a 4-hour drive).

They're being VERY loose with their definitions of where things happened, possibly to catapult their propaganda. And if you can't trust a paranoiac who sees pentagram patterns in random acts of violence, who can you trust?

// Prince - that's who you can trust
 
2013-01-08 11:58:00 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Let's ask their parents what they would prefer as well.


Look, crazy people will find any way to kill or hurt people. An arbitrary ban on cosmetic aspects of a weapon that's almost never used in a crime won't do anything. How many kids are killed in cities where guns are already pretty much outlawed? Ohh they're black kids so the media doesn't give a sh*t.

How about we try and stop why people kill each other and not how?
 
2013-01-08 11:58:47 AM

Millennium: Kuroshin: Blame the modern "MUST GET THE SCOOP NOW" media. They don't wait for facts, when they can be FIRST TO PRESS with random rumors and blatant lies. Truth and reality don't matter. Fear and outrage get eyeballs.

To be fair, there's not much "modern" about the GET THE SCOOP OUT NOW mentality. That's been going on for almost as long as there have been newspapers.


True, but there also hasn't been instant reporting (e.g. the ability to immediately scoop the competition) until modern times.  Even back in ye olde dayes of radio and broadcast TV, there was a serious time delay between breaking news and actual broadcast.  While time was a factor, there was still enough slack for people to take something like journalistic integrity seriously.  These days, everybody can have a "man on the scene" instantly, even if it's just @gonzopenis6699 on Twitter.  With the news cycle being what it is now, there's just too much noise for anybody in the press to care about the strength of their reporting.
 
2013-01-08 12:01:21 PM
Well, this administration DID run and continues to run "Gun Walker" and "Fast & Furious" to move guns from the US to Mexico to blame US guns on deaths.

I am sure Mexico criminals have no problem smuggling IN to that country from elsewhere, why bother buying from stores in the US when you can bribe the military in some other country.

The guns were moved to get caught at the end, to push an agenda. People died in that, sure, they were dirty Mexicans but still. What makes you think this same administration wouldn't sacrifice children in the US for an agenda when the Mexican angle didn't work?

We already know what they will do and what they are capable of doing. The only question small differences in the details.
 
2013-01-08 12:03:08 PM

Tat'dGreaser: HotWingConspiracy: Let's ask their parents what they would prefer as well.

Look, crazy people will find any way to kill or hurt people. An arbitrary ban on cosmetic aspects of a weapon that's almost never used in a crime won't do anything. How many kids are killed in cities where guns are already pretty much outlawed? Ohh they're black kids so the media doesn't give a sh*t.

How about we try and stop why people kill each other and not how?


Because that doesn't fit the narrative.

/I agree, but get shouted down constantly
 
2013-01-08 12:03:31 PM
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Table the retired gay congressman?
 
2013-01-08 12:03:47 PM

Tat'dGreaser: HotWingConspiracy: Let's ask their parents what they would prefer as well.

Look, crazy people will find any way to kill or hurt people.


Indeed.

An arbitrary ban on cosmetic aspects of a weapon that's almost never used in a crime won't do anything

Gotta start somewhere.

How many kids are killed in cities where guns are already pretty much outlawed? Ohh they're black kids so the media doesn't give a sh*t.

Yes, the media never reports about violence in cities. Never ever. When was the last kindergarten massacre in one of these cities, btw?

How about we try and stop why people kill each other and not how?

I'm game. Shame that the same people that prevent sensible gun regulation also oppose any means of doing this. Let me know what kind of tax you're willing to shell out to get this going.
 
2013-01-08 12:04:32 PM

Kuroshin: Because that doesn't fit the narrative.

/I agree, but get shouted down constantly


I know, I should know better than to think we'd try the hard way instead of the easy way.
 
2013-01-08 12:05:31 PM

Kuroshin: Because that doesn't fit the narrative.


The narrative that gun nuts only picked up after LaPierre's pathetic distraction press conference, and will refuse to support or fund due to socialisms and such.
 
2013-01-08 12:06:36 PM

HotWingConspiracy: computerguyUT: I'll tell you straight up, having been in an Army combat unit for 10 years that those kids did NOT get shot by an AR. That's a fact.

So you examined the bodies?


Yeah, I'm kind of curious myself; how are you so certain that they weren't shot using an AR?

This tragedy has brought political opportunists out of the work, just as other tragedies have. But that's all they are: opportunists, not sinister masterminds. They prey on people running scared, and that's rather despicable in and of itself, but there are still degrees. These people did not arrange the murder of a bunch of kids just for political gain.
 
2013-01-08 12:07:07 PM

computerguyUT: Ha, you guys are just as freaking retarded when someone says something that doesn't jive with your sense of reality as you claim they are.

Quid pro quo Clarisse.....

I wasn't there, but I heard so many conflicting reports from the Nooz and saw enough conflicts in the video alone to know for a fact the entire incident is not what the police are reporting.

Yeah, the kids are dead. How they got that way remains to be properly manufactured.
I'll tell you straight up, having been in an Army combat unit for 10 years that those kids did NOT get shot by an AR. That's a fact.

There IS some manufacturing going on here like it or not.

I know you dumbasses will yell DEHURRR and all kinds if intelligent redneck funny sound crap. I believe what I see and what my experience tells me.
I also firmly believe the the government does not give a rats ass about it's citizens and will feed them into the mill at any opportunity to push its agenda.


13 years in Combat units and I'll tell you, you outed yourself in the dumbassery department.
Shhhh,  quiet now!
 
2013-01-08 12:09:15 PM
This? NO! STOP! Dammit! Fair and balanced (to borrow a phrase) does not mean giving airtime to every lunatic who picked up secret messages in his teeth fillings! If I were to put together a symposium on, let say the moon, I'd invite scientist and ignore the crazy person who thinks it's made of cheese. This just adds to the unnecessary mental background noise, and we're all dumber for being exposed to it.

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