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2013-02-08 01:30:08 PM  
No worries guys. I already got the right person for the restoration.
news.sudanvisiondaily.com
 
2013-02-08 01:35:17 PM  

WillyChase: Amos Quito: Egoy3k: Conspiracy theorists are actually pretty great. See with them you can immediately tell that they are idiots.  This saves you a lot of time. Regular idiots can sometimes talk for five to ten minutes before your realize that they are worthless human beings. You never get that time back.


I agree.

The very idea that two or more people might plot or agree to commit a crime is laughable.

Your second paragraph is unrelated to what he said. Therefore it must be a secret message from you to "them". Prove me wrong.



No, you're right.

The truth is out there...

...Waaay out there
 
2013-02-08 01:35:56 PM  

digitalrain: Amos Quito: digitalrain: The Larch: So those asinine 9/11 truthers couldn't be satisfied with just shiatting on the internet. They have to shiat on the real world too?  What a selfish jerk.

She should have added something about Benghazi to the painting too. It's important to get the troooooooooooooth out there!

That's the troof, my friend

Stupid bint.. Defacing artwork like that.


Do you think she worked alone, or conspired with others?

She most definitely conspired with others. Witnesses report a suspecious man on the grassy knoll neraby. I think they're in cahoots.

;)

/ derp derp derp-dy derp!



What Airline did she fly on?

Who supplied the marker?

Why can you buy these "permanent" solution markers without a license?

The restorers said the damage is repairable, who tampered with the ink, because when my kids draw with a permanent marker it is permanent?
 
2013-02-08 01:37:57 PM  
She was an architect or an engineer at 17? Brilliant mind!

/ troofers that weren't adults when the event occurred are even more stupid than your average troofer
 
2013-02-08 01:41:48 PM  

Rich Cream: So did they not recognize "AE911" (slightly possible), never thought of googling it (hmmm),  or did they just not want to give it any exposure?

/a conspiracy develops


Maybe the did Google it - but couldn't figure out why somebody in France would care about a 9/11 conspiracy - hence the "unclear".  Kinda like if a guy from Duluth ran into a Denny's and started spouting off about 7/7...
 
2013-02-08 01:44:20 PM  

umadbro: give her the death penalty


While I'm inclined to agree, perhaps it would be better if....

...fark it burn the biatch.
 
2013-02-08 01:46:06 PM  
they're not doing it right if the museum can repair it. Amateurs.
 
2013-02-08 01:46:08 PM  
No shots of Tom Baker vandalizing the Mona Lisa? For shame...
 
2013-02-08 01:48:45 PM  

Labrat407: digitalrain: Amos Quito: digitalrain: The Larch: So those asinine 9/11 truthers couldn't be satisfied with just shiatting on the internet. They have to shiat on the real world too?  What a selfish jerk.

She should have added something about Benghazi to the painting too. It's important to get the troooooooooooooth out there!

That's the troof, my friend

Stupid bint.. Defacing artwork like that.


Do you think she worked alone, or conspired with others?

She most definitely conspired with others. Witnesses report a suspecious man on the grassy knoll neraby. I think they're in cahoots.

;)

/ derp derp derp-dy derp!


What Airline did she fly on?

Who supplied the marker?

Why can you buy these "permanent" solution markers without a license?

The restorers said the damage is repairable, who tampered with the ink, because when my kids draw with a permanent marker it is permanent?


Raw Story claims that they don't know what AE911 means, but that's obviously a lie, because even a quick google search reveals that AE911 a documentary that exposes the 9/11 coverup. What did Raw Story know, and when did they know it? How much more are they hiding from us?
 
2013-02-08 01:51:42 PM  

bizwack: [i1.ytimg.com image 320x180]

"Liberate tu-temet ex inferis."


"Save me from hell"?
 
2013-02-08 01:52:41 PM  

DontMakeMeComeBackThere: Maybe the did Google it - but couldn't figure out why somebody in France would care about a 9/11 conspiracy - hence the "unclear".


I would agree except the entire "no plane at the pentagon" thing started on a french website.

/the conspiracy thickens
 
2013-02-08 01:52:42 PM  
There is less security in the restoration area, duh.
 
2013-02-08 02:11:49 PM  

studiomusic: That's the one from the old money!
[ielanguages.com image 700x370]
/seen it before sharpie
//used to draw a bikini on her


liberté, égalité, fraternité, boobié
 
2013-02-08 02:20:14 PM  
The government encourages the most insane 9/11 conspiracy theories it can conjure up. If there are 20 people saying "the official story is a lie, double reptilians from beyond the moon projected a holographic plane around a missile fired from a black 757 and teleported everyone in the towers to Saturn" then the guy saying,"the official story is a lie, you are a peerless pack of incompetents all covering your own asses" will never get traction.
 
2013-02-08 02:20:40 PM  
She's more Pete Burns than Rosie O'Donnell?  I am disappoint.
 
2013-02-08 02:22:34 PM  
Labrat407:

What Airline did she fly on?

El AL

Who supplied the marker?

Mossad

Why can you buy these "permanent" solution markers without a license?

The Jewish Sharpie Lobby

The restorers said the damage is repairable, who tampered with the ink, because when my kids draw with a permanent marker it is permanent?

Umm.. Mossad again
 
2013-02-08 02:26:36 PM  

Fluorescent Testicle: ITGreen: [www.finalcall.com image 180x320]

... Wouldn't that be a bit like "Palaeontologists For Creationism" or "Astronauts Against The Moon Landing Hoax"?


It's more like "People Who Pretend to be Paleontologists for Young Earth."  There are no licensed engineers in a group like AE911.  Heat treatment of metals is one of the first things we learned in material sciences 101.  Architects I can't speak for, though.  They run the gamut on technical knowledge.
 
2013-02-08 02:36:53 PM  
This is why we can't have nice things.
 
2013-02-08 02:46:57 PM  

Lev_Astov: Fluorescent Testicle: ITGreen: [www.finalcall.com image 180x320]

... Wouldn't that be a bit like "Palaeontologists For Creationism" or "Astronauts Against The Moon Landing Hoax"?

It's more like "People Who Pretend to be Paleontologists for Young Earth."  There are no licensed engineers in a group like AE911.  Heat treatment of metals is one of the first things we learned in material sciences 101.  Architects I can't speak for, though.   They run the gamut on technical knowledge.


Yeah the gamut between 'slim' and 'none'. They could all be environmental or electrical engineers. God knows that electricals don't really need to understand material properties all that much and environmental engineers are environmental engineers because they don't understand.
 
2013-02-08 03:03:46 PM  
Wanted for questioning:

dailypop.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-02-08 03:16:55 PM  
Delacroix was an over-rated hack.

There, I said it.

/Edgy
 
2013-02-08 03:17:54 PM  
I'm OK with conspiracy nuts. Most of the time, they're harmless. The rise of folks defacing artwork for their own selfish attention whoring, however, is a problem. Soon, all art is going to end up behind glass just to protect it from assholes who think that their conspiracy du jour somehow trumps centuries of culture.
 
2013-02-08 03:27:52 PM  

bizwack: "Liberate tu-temet ex inferis."


Blech, years later and that phrase still bothers me.  There's no reason for "tutemet." Latin's grammatical structure allows you to just use the accusative form of "you" as a self-referential, giving a much less clunky "Liberate te ex inferis."
 
2013-02-08 03:32:16 PM  
I've heard that nearly everyone in France believes 9/11 was an inside job. So much for their supposed superior intellects, eh?
 
2013-02-08 03:33:46 PM  

Enigmamf: I've heard that nearly everyone in France believes 9/11 was an inside job. So much for their supposed superior intellects, eh?


I don't know who told you that people in France are of a superior intellect, but I think someone was yanking your chain for their own amusement.
 
2013-02-08 03:51:32 PM  
www.edissifinearts.com

Thought it was this guy.  Have a couple of his pictures in our house.  Didn't think he was quite "artistic" enough to be in the Louvre.

/sorta the French Thomas Kinkade
 
2013-02-08 04:17:22 PM  

FormlessOne: I'm OK with conspiracy nuts. Most of the time, they're harmless


Mostly harmless. Recently though they've been harrassing Sandy Hook and Aurora victims.
 
2013-02-08 04:33:22 PM  

JonnyBGoode: Wanted for questioning:

[dailypop.files.wordpress.com image 420x284]


Now that brings back memories.
 
2013-02-08 04:46:45 PM  

IrateShadow: bizwack: "Liberate tu-temet ex inferis."

Blech, years later and that phrase still bothers me.  There's no reason for "tutemet." Latin's grammatical structure allows you to just use the accusative form of "you" as a self-referential, giving a much less clunky "Liberate te ex inferis."


Dude. Quidquidne latine dictum sit, altum viditur.

Also

Catapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam.
 
2013-02-08 05:26:19 PM  

Fluorescent Testicle: ITGreen: [www.finalcall.com image 180x320]

... Wouldn't that be a bit like "Palaeontologists For Creationism" or "Astronauts Against The Moon Landing Hoax"?


Yes.  Which is probably intentional.  I imagine that it makes their group all that much "convincing."
 
2013-02-08 06:54:05 PM  

MagicBus: [www.edissifinearts.com image 360x300]

Thought it was this guy.  Have a couple of his pictures in our house.  Didn't think he was quite "artistic" enough to be in the Louvre.

/sorta the French Thomas Kinkade


That's Michel Delacroix, right? Didn't think he was important enough to attract protests.

/Sort of the French L.S. Lowry
 
2013-02-08 08:20:16 PM  
ce qui la baise est cette merde?
 
2013-02-09 12:22:27 AM  
Mail that b*tch to me.

In small separate packages.
 
2013-02-09 12:36:32 AM  

Labrat407: The restorers said the damage is repairable, who tampered with the ink, because when my kids draw with a permanent marker it is permanent?


I've had sharpie wear off on me, it's not as permanent as they pretend. Not to mention that the professional art restoration world has developed ways of dealing with almost any crap like this, made even easier by the fact that there's a clear layer of shellac on top of the actual painting, so they can chose a chemical cleaner that won't damage the shellac, wipe the sharpie off, add a new layer of protectant if they feel they need to, and pop it back out on display.

\Know you're joking about the conspiracy nut mindset, but thought I'd drop that in in case people were curious. This should be fixed up in a day or two.
 
2013-02-09 09:24:10 AM  

ISO15693: IrateShadow: bizwack: "Liberate tu-temet ex inferis."

Blech, years later and that phrase still bothers me.  There's no reason for "tutemet." Latin's grammatical structure allows you to just use the accusative form of "you" as a self-referential, giving a much less clunky "Liberate te ex inferis."

Dude. Quidquidne latine dictum sit, altum viditur.


It's been ages since I've done any Latin, and I was never any good at it, but I think it means "Whatever is said in Latin, sounds profound."

Also

Catapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam.


"I have a gun. If you don't give me all your money, I'll put a bullet in your head."

Thank you for using pecunia, and not moneta. People who use the latter are complete hacks (I'm looking at you, catholic church!)
 
2013-02-09 10:44:23 PM  

batlock666: ISO15693: IrateShadow: bizwack: "Liberate tu-temet ex inferis."

Blech, years later and that phrase still bothers me.  There's no reason for "tutemet." Latin's grammatical structure allows you to just use the accusative form of "you" as a self-referential, giving a much less clunky "Liberate te ex inferis."

Dude. Quidquidne latine dictum sit, altum viditur.

It's been ages since I've done any Latin, and I was never any good at it, but I think it means "Whatever is said in Latin, sounds profound."

Also

Catapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam.

"I have a gun. If you don't give me all your money, I'll put a bullet in your head."

Thank you for using pecunia, and not moneta. People who use the latter are complete hacks (I'm looking at you, catholic church!)


Well, it was "I have a catapult", and "will fling rocks at your head" - but close enough. Well done!
 
2013-02-10 10:13:16 AM  
Akuinnen: Oldiron_79:

9/11 troofers and Bengazi troofers are gonna be different groups..... 9/11 makes Schrub/Cheney look bad. Bengazi makes Kenyan/Hitlary look bad.

From what I see, reading a lot of conspiracy forums, many conspiracy theorists side against both Republicans and Democrats. 9/11, Bengazi, Sandy Hook are all controlled by the invisible hands who also control who ever is president.


Those are the true believer nutters
 
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