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2013-04-22 04:43:00 PM
12 votes:
Morons, all of them!

But this is unsurprising news. This shiat happens every time. The Aurora shooter had supporters. The Newtown guy had supporters.

And it's not that all these crazy people actually support the murderers (although some are farked up enough to), they just hate the government so much that anything terrible that happens must be the government's fault.
2013-04-22 09:25:06 PM
9 votes:
Charming attractive guy, so much so that has friends had no idea he was remotely capable of doing anything bad to people at all, and didn't say anything even when they saw the pics and it looked just like him.
And even people online try to make all kinds of excuses for him "He's just a kid, his brother probably brainwashed him, maybe he didn't even know what was going on."
Why? Because nothing on his twitter feed or anything his friends have said shows he's anything but a regular young kid. He's not. No doubt he's good at acting the part, but he comes off as way too "normal" for it to be genuine, yet still do what he did.
In fact I think there may even be a chance he used his brothers radicalization to  convince HIM to go through with the acts. His brother seemed somewhat impulsive and alienated, but he was pretty transparent, even attracting fbi attention - not cunning. Everyone knew something was amiss with him, even if they didn't think he'd go this far, and the fact that he ended up with domestic violence charges also shows impulsive behavior. However, the younger brother seems very intelligent, and had everyone convinced he was practically a saint.

I've seen the vid and the way he was smiling and acting calm, even after the blast, along with how he totally snowed his friends and family into thinking he was this sweet and  fine upstanding young man, convinces me that he is likely a sociopath. A true sociopath you'll almost never suspect is capable of anything until they get caught red handed. Add some narcissism in and it explains the whole backward hat not even trying to really hide identity "try and catch me" thing. He even went back to school and acted absolutely normal after the bombing, other than a friend saying he seemed a little down. That's not the mark of someone that accidentally got caught up in his brothers crap and didn't know what was going. It's the behavior or someone who is used to putting on an act for the public.

So yeah, point being I was kind of expecting this to happen. Gain a Mansonesque following so to speak. Surprised it started happening so soon, but with the internet and all I guess things start up quick. Oh well.
2013-04-22 07:51:01 PM
6 votes:
I think one of the things I hate the most about the internet is how it has given a voice to the conspiracy theorist freaks.
2013-04-22 05:09:58 PM
6 votes:
Yep.  Innocent.  I know that if I were charged with something terrible, I would carjack someone, run over my brother and shoot myself in the mouth when cornered by authorities.

That's what innocent people do.
2013-04-22 09:06:53 PM
5 votes:

The Why Not Guy: Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.

He does? Where?

Note to Drew: I'd actually pay $5 a month if you had better quality trolls.


I think he might mean the folks who want to see him actually be tried. Apparently wanting to see justice done and served is "defending" him.


You know, as opposed to defending our legal system, and having faith in our judicial system, and the Constitution. I can see how some folks might equate that with "defending him" as opposed to simply shooting him in the face after several hours of strapping his 'nads to a car battery.


They seem to forget wee things like justice and law when they get scared. It sort of shows their cowardice, but that's not all that surprising.


lh6.googleusercontent.com
2013-04-22 08:54:34 PM
5 votes:

Popcorn Johnny: I have little doubt that he was manipulated into taking part in the bombings by his older brother. I have no doubt that he was able to determine right from wrong and chose his path. Fry the little shiat.


I'd honestly like to keep him alive in some kind of medium security mental facility for the rest of his life.  He's a potential goldmine for studying how immigrants backslide after they've been assimilated.  As a society I think we get the most value out of taking his mind apart and studying the pieces.  Plus my lust for blood was sated when the older douchebag was run over by that SUV.
2013-04-22 04:38:33 PM
5 votes:
#f*ckthosepeople
2013-04-22 09:57:39 PM
4 votes:
Fark boards:

Monday:
I'm not saying he's a Middle Eastern terrorist...but he's a Middle Eastern terrorist.

Tuesday:
The Government is behind it, false flag.

Wednesday:
I'm not saying it's those two kids in track suits at the Marathon...but it's them.  What?  They look Middle Eastern you say?  Had not really noticed, I'm just looking at the evidence.

Thursday:
Not the kids. Well, hey...did you hear the one about the college kid who disappeared about a month ago? (I was actually guilty of this one toward the end of the day)

Thursday Night:
H-O-L-Y CRAP!!!  It's just terrible everything that's happening but I just can't stop listening to the scanner.  This is more riveting than any action movie I have ever seen, EVER!

Friday:
What's taking so long?  Why don't they search where he is instead of where he's not?  How did he get away so long?  He's probably dead.  Scanner?  Not as good as Thursday night but not bad, plus we got him.  Yea!

Saturday:
Martial Law!!!  Government sucks, yeah we got the guy but so what?  They had to ASK permission to enter and search people's houses.  Damn if I'll let some cop in my house to search for a madman on the loose in my city.  If they don't specifically have evidence showing him curled up behind my couch then I ain't letting them in.  If he is here, well then hell, I would take care of it myself.

Sunday:
God's day.  We rest.

Monday:
The Government sucks!  No Miranda!  They took to long!

Jeez, are you people every happy!
2013-04-22 08:07:20 PM
4 votes:
A lot of this will come from women. Or teenage girls.

He's a good looking kid. As soon as I saw his picture, I knew this shiat would happen. "Look at his eyes. He's so dreamy. I know he has to be innocent."

He'll be one of those guys spending the rest of his life in prison who will be literally buried in marriage proposals by misguided young women.
2013-04-22 07:56:43 PM
4 votes:
Am I supposed to be surprised?

JFK assassination
Moon Landing
9/11

Some of the best documented historical events ever have a vocal minority of people who either believe that what happened is not the whole story or fabricated out of whole cloth. Crazy people are crazy.
2013-04-22 04:57:35 PM
4 votes:
Thanks a lot, Alex Jones, you farking human garbage pile
2013-04-22 11:28:43 PM
3 votes:

badhatharry: His mother lived in Soviet Chechnya. That's why she thinks the government is full of shiat. When the government lies to the people, everything is a possible conspiracy.


Yeah, I don't actually blame his parents. They grew up in an environment where it was necessary to disbelieve the local government, news and official narrative just to survive. So this doesn't surprise me at all.
2013-04-22 10:39:00 PM
3 votes:
1) As far as actual culpability goes, Dzhokhar's supporters - like his mother - will say the evidence is ALL fake, ALL made up, an elaborate conspiracy to frame. Considering the mountain of evidence, it's probably not a bad tactic for a defense attorney.

2) However, for those of us without actual access to question the actual investigators, and without personally auditing the crime lab, there is this data point:

• When the fellow in the blue track suit was accused of being the terrorist, he posted "OMG, I'm going to the courthouse right away, you'll see I didn't do anything!" And was duly ruled out as a suspect.

• Dzhokhar on the other hand, got into a gun battle with police when they tried to stop him, and fled the scene where his brother was killed. Instead of turning himself in, in the first place. Additionally, he held the police at bay when they finally cornered him.

Quite a stark difference between in responses between someone who is innocent and someone who is guilty.
2013-04-22 09:45:25 PM
3 votes:
Well, his two buddies won't be enjoying tooling around in their BMW with "Terrorista #1" on the front plate any more... they are getting deported.

img2u.info

PRO TIP: Don't come to a western nation and put plates like that on your car, even if you didn't realize your "outrage guy" emulating friend is a worthless scumbag child murderer.
2013-04-22 09:37:17 PM
3 votes:
2013-04-22 09:36:44 PM
3 votes:

Lionel Mandrake: Oh, you must mean those un-American libtardos that weren't immediately trying to figure out a way to strip him of his citizenship.


If only folks would realize that stripping citizens of their citizenship could in no way possibly have ramifications down the road. Truly, they are monsters...
2013-04-22 09:34:44 PM
3 votes:
In a fascist state, when the people with authority move against somebody and they are immediately guilty and you don't disagree.  In a just state, guilt is proven by a preponderance of the evidence and not who pissed who off, who lost money or what year the election is.  So far, we've been bating about .500, overall and you have to admit, this guy's case sucks hippo ass, but they gotta prove it beyond a shadow of a reasonable doubt or the terrorists HAVE won.
2013-04-22 04:39:40 PM
3 votes:
This just in: Some people are assholes.
2013-04-22 04:31:55 PM
3 votes:
That will require a thicker tin foil hat to digest...
2013-04-23 05:34:27 AM
2 votes:

gulogulo: PunGent: We're not waiting until lunchtime to get the left-handers. Sinister bunch.

Southies. (You need an appropriate abbreviation that can is reductive and easily brandied as an epithet)


Heh...you gotta be careful using "Southies" pejoratively in the Boston area, unless you're LOOKING for a fight...
2013-04-23 04:19:20 AM
2 votes:

doglover: jso2897: doglover: jso2897: doglover: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Religion is a poison, delivered upon the weak, in need of food, hope and future. Instead they are given a false ideal, that fills no bellys, provides no future and delivers nothing but profit to the liars and prophets of the falsehood. This works for any. Catholics, xtians, muslims, buddhdists.....it is an endless litany in human history of the weak oppressed by the powerful who will do anything to sustain the lie.  If you're religious and you feel offended? Sorry. I believe in something bigger than any book, label or dogma.  It has no leader, prophet or label. Think about that.

That's why the Soviet Union was such a nice place to live.

So you tyhink that what was wrong with the USSR was just that they ran it by the  wrong bible?

They purged the poison of religion from their country. That's why everything was perfect there.

Well, now - that's a f**k - up right there, ain't it?

I was just pointing out how incredible ignorant of human nature it is to blame religion for what's essentially a divide of culture. There's always going to be us and them. If it's not Jesus vs Allah, it's blacks vs whites, the rich vs the poor, the free vs the tyrants, the Steelers vs the Browns. Religion a symptom of the divide, not the root cause. If it wasn't for Islam, they'd find another dividing line and exploit that to justify the violence.

Humans are like chimps, but not as nice.


Someone once said "If we all woke up one morning, same color, same religion, same creed, by lunchtime we would figure out new ways to hate each other."
2013-04-23 03:57:53 AM
2 votes:

FriarReb98: Jahar, Jahar, he's our man.  If he can't do it,  GREAT!

\first thing that came to mind, TBH
\\also, any group that can't be bothered to spell its hero's name right is obviously a crappy group


Meh that part doesnt really bother me. Its just a different transliteration. Cyrillic lacks a J, so they use дж (dzh) instead. Also, Х (kh) is close to the h/ch sound in words like loch and hanukkah. The stupidity of defending the guy is the only thing here that should be ridiculed.
2013-04-23 12:37:24 AM
2 votes:

jso2897: doglover: jso2897: doglover: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Religion is a poison, delivered upon the weak, in need of food, hope and future. Instead they are given a false ideal, that fills no bellys, provides no future and delivers nothing but profit to the liars and prophets of the falsehood. This works for any. Catholics, xtians, muslims, buddhdists.....it is an endless litany in human history of the weak oppressed by the powerful who will do anything to sustain the lie.  If you're religious and you feel offended? Sorry. I believe in something bigger than any book, label or dogma.  It has no leader, prophet or label. Think about that.

That's why the Soviet Union was such a nice place to live.

So you tyhink that what was wrong with the USSR was just that they ran it by the  wrong bible?

They purged the poison of religion from their country. That's why everything was perfect there.

Well, now - that's a f**k - up right there, ain't it?


I was just pointing out how incredible ignorant of human nature it is to blame religion for what's essentially a divide of culture. There's always going to be us and them. If it's not Jesus vs Allah, it's blacks vs whites, the rich vs the poor, the free vs the tyrants, the Steelers vs the Browns. Religion a symptom of the divide, not the root cause. If it wasn't for Islam, they'd find another dividing line and exploit that to justify the violence.

Humans are like chimps, but not as nice.
2013-04-22 11:39:37 PM
2 votes:

Somacandra: badhatharry: His mother lived in Soviet Chechnya. That's why she thinks the government is full of shiat. When the government lies to the people, everything is a possible conspiracy.

Yeah, I don't actually blame his parents. They grew up in an environment where it was necessary to disbelieve the local government, news and official narrative just to survive. So this doesn't surprise me at all.


Grew up? Fun fact that evetyome seems to have missed - the Russian crackdown in Chechnya over the past 20 years is actually taught in US colleges as an example of terrorism conducted by a state actor.

i.imgur.com
2013-04-22 11:07:18 PM
2 votes:

JungleBoogie: 1) As far as actual culpability goes, Dzhokhar's supporters - like his mother - will say the evidence is ALL fake, ALL made up, an elaborate conspiracy to frame. Considering the mountain of evidence, it's probably not a bad tactic for a defense attorney.

2) However, for those of us without actual access to question the actual investigators, and without personally auditing the crime lab, there is this data point:

• When the fellow in the blue track suit was accused of being the terrorist, he posted "OMG, I'm going to the courthouse right away, you'll see I didn't do anything!" And was duly ruled out as a suspect.

• Dzhokhar on the other hand, got into a gun battle with police when they tried to stop him, and fled the scene where his brother was killed. Instead of turning himself in, in the first place. Additionally, he held the police at bay when they finally cornered him.

Quite a stark difference between in responses between someone who is innocent and someone who is guilty.


His mother lived in Soviet Chechnya. That's why she thinks the government is full of shiat. When the government lies to the people, everything is a possible conspiracy.
2013-04-22 10:43:32 PM
2 votes:

farkingismybusiness: Here's the spot his brother died.


USA? Jeez, people are tacky.
2013-04-22 10:22:37 PM
2 votes:
Step 1: Find someone with Photoshop skills
Step 2: Substitute head of 'Che Guevara' with 'Dzhokhar Tsarnaev'
Step 3: Create T-shirts
Step 4: Sell to hipsters and islamic terrorists
Step 5: Profit
Step 6: Live amazing life yet feel like a sell out for taking advantage of morons who think a man who put a bomb next to bunch of children and murdered an 8-yr old then followed it up with a killing and bombing spree is innocent.
Step 7: Die
Step 8: Go to Hell
2013-04-22 10:08:10 PM
2 votes:

sirrerun: I think "ideology" is just an excuse for him -- he's a thrill killer/serial killer in the making, and saw his brother's radicalism as an entré into his darkest fantasies.


That's pretty much exactly what I'm thinking.

Apparently converted to Islam, but friends were largely unaware, and didn't even really know he was religious. What do you wanna bet he converted to show his brother he was down with "the cause," but really didn't give a shiat about it personally? Because given everyone else was surprised about it, his brother is apparently the only one he was interested in posturing for, as far as the Islam thing.

The fact that the older brother didn't isolate the younger brother, also points more to the fact that the younger brother was the one doing the brainwashing. The younger brother still had lots of friends, went to school, etc.
The older one is the one who stopped going to the gym, had a friend who was murdered, was alienated, and was in the position to be brainwashed by someone, including his younger brother.
2013-04-22 10:05:15 PM
2 votes:

TalenLee: Jon Ronson, speaking about Alex Jones, indicated that Jones comes out of his nutty room from time to time, but knows that long visits there are part of his bread and butter. In this regard, it makes Alex more horrible a human being - someone who knows that in his work there is some manipulation, some deceit - but is willing to do that, in the name of money and ego.


Everyone should read this:

d.gr-assets.com

His story about infiltrating the Bohemian Grove with Jones is hilarious. Ronson sees a bunch of old white guys acting like frat boys and Jones sees some nefarious Satanic occult ritual and totally pisses his pants.
2013-04-22 10:02:13 PM
2 votes:

WhoopAssWayne: I can't believe the liberals are starting to back this guy - starting to make this guy a cause - just unreal to me - hope they reason it out, come up with something better.


That's like calling Alex Jones a moderate republican.  These are not liberals.  They are dumb.  Just as dumb as a right wing extremest.  Plus, unlike the RWE they are harmless because you know they don't vote.
2013-04-22 09:58:26 PM
2 votes:

Ihaveanevilparrot: How do we know he's not the one that convinced his older brother to go through with it?


The more I see about these two, the more I veer toward agreeing with that theory.
I get the sense the younger one is more of a garden-variety sociopath, though.
I think "ideology" is just an excuse for him -- he's a thrill killer/serial killer in the making, and saw his brother's radicalism as an entré into his darkest fantasies.

I also think he might have thought he could get away by killing his brother -- he was able to for a while -- until being nineteen finally caught up with him.

Of the two, though, he seemed more cunning and sinister -- look at the grainy pictures the FBI distributed.
His body language, to me anyway, is more confident and cocky -- he's enjoying this.

Of course, I could be completely wrong about all this.
I ain't no head-shrinker or "body language expert", nor do I play one on TV.
2013-04-22 09:44:43 PM
2 votes:

nmrsnr: Crazy people are crazy.


One thing we've learned in this modern era of greater data samples and more stored information is that crazy people aren't crazy insomuch as it's very easy to have a subdivision of crazy in an otherwise totally normal head. We are so good at compartmentalising we didn't really notice it back in the day,  and so crazy beliefs and ideas were just obscure or hidden - you'd only consider guys who ate their own leather straps to be 'crazy.' But the reality is that humans are fantastic at creating little nutty rooms in their heads, and some people wander in there and sit around for a while. Some people stay there longer than others, and some people don't come out - and it's that last group that we conventionally consider crazy.

Jon Ronson, speaking about Alex Jones, indicated that Jones comes out of his nutty room from time to time, but knows that long visits there are part of his bread and butter. In this regard, it makes Alex more horrible a human being - someone who knows that in his work there is some manipulation, some deceit - but is willing to do that, in the name of money and ego.
2013-04-22 09:41:22 PM
2 votes:

nickerj1: A more hilarious read from Wired:
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/07/counterterrorism-trolls/all/

Apparently the US state dept has a Terrorist Trolling Dept.   Ya know, to crush the will of the young terrorists online so they don't actually go try to make bombs and shiat.


Did they hire Stephenie Meyer?

imgs.xkcd.com
2013-04-22 09:36:58 PM
2 votes:
When , exactly, did people who call themselves "conservatives" become collectivists? I thought that collectivism was the philosophy of the Communist Reds.
And yet, today, I see people who argue for individualism being called "Liberals". and those who argue that people should be evaluated as members of the collective to which they belong calling themselves "conservatives". Weird.
Ayn Rand described the racist, or religious or nationalist bigot as a "barnyard collectivist" - and yet, today, the American rightist seems PROUD of his barnyard collectivism. The mentality of a person who can tell people apart by "race", or religion - buit is unable to distinguish between individual human beings.
Odd.
2013-04-22 09:32:50 PM
2 votes:
I see the truthers had to find a fresh reason for people to despise them.

Now there is the possibility that Tamerlan might have been the one to murder his lone American "friend" (Brendan Mess) and two others. I can't help but think it could have been an initiation, and obviously Dzhokhar would have been involved, as well. Before Tamerlan "found" Islamism, he was a bit of a pot head, the scenario I can see is that his friend offered him some pot, Tamerlan got upset, and decided it would make a good test to see if they could stomach killing Americans up close and personal...
2013-04-22 09:29:19 PM
2 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: Yep.  Innocent.  I know that if I were charged with something terrible, I would carjack someone, throw the homemade bombs I just happened have on me at the cop cars, run over my brother and shoot myself in the mouth when cornered by authorities.

That's what innocent people do.


Fixed to make the stupidity of the idea that he's innocent even more stupid. His attorney will go for the insanity defense... he's been charged in Federal court, they're probably gonna go for the needle, and he's got zero defense other than "I was mentally incompetent."
2013-04-22 09:22:31 PM
2 votes:
The Lynch mob mentality on display in Fark is pretty sickening. By all means, if the guy is found guilty of the crimes he has been accused of, then he should be punished accordingly.
What, are you all posting from Buttfark Alabama?
2013-04-22 09:21:52 PM
2 votes:

KimNorth: What I find even more disturbing is the seemingly media's wiliness to go lock and step with what they are told they can and can't report. Why nothing about the Saudi national that was originally taken into custody? Why have we not heard how he was quietly deported for terrorist activities and how his wealthy family called favors to get him home and special treatment? How John Kerry's office put it together?


...aaaand now we know you listen to Glenn Beck.
2013-04-22 09:17:58 PM
2 votes:

Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.  Not too shocking that it's fairly widespread outside of this libtard haven.


Go fark yourself. People arguing that the bill of rights be equally applied to all citizens are hardly 'defenders'. He did it and he should be punished harshly according to the law. Nutjobs are nutjobs.
2013-04-22 09:14:24 PM
2 votes:

Glitchwerks: I hadn't seen the uncropped Jeff Bauman photo until now when I clicked a link in that article.  Kind of wish I hadn't.


that photo convinced me I did not want to see any more of the carnage.

it's a good reminder of what those guys did.

this kid laid the bomb behind the 8 year old who got blown up. hard to have mercy for this Chechen dbag.

that being said, I hope he understands what he did was wrong. I hope he lives long enough to regret his actions... not because he was caught, but because he did something so foul. I hope he gains real insight, real regret.
2013-04-22 09:09:58 PM
2 votes:
Meh.  Richard Ramirez raped and killed 13 women and still found some woman to marry him in prison.  I wouldn't put too much thought into this.
2013-04-22 09:08:59 PM
2 votes:

Mugato: BarkingUnicorn: The thing that grinds me is that this guy will get a fairer trial than the average American.

What makes you say that?


Public defenders don't get a lot of time or resources for most cases.  This one has to be done right because of all the attention on it.
2013-04-22 09:07:52 PM
2 votes:
Good thing the terrorists haven't got us barking sh*t at each other instead of calmly reviewing the facts through discourse.
2013-04-22 09:07:14 PM
2 votes:
What a free Jaffa might look like i.imgur.com
2013-04-22 08:58:38 PM
2 votes:

Great_Milenko: There's no happy ending to this story.  Just be glad there's an ending.


Living six miles from his campus and all the other miscellaneous threads of last week that I got tied into, I heartily say THIS.

\the kid mistakenly held at gunpoint by the FBI at the Port Jefferson ferry on Friday? Friend of mine.  You probably didn't hear about that one though
\\Work friends were locked in the Watertown Target all Thursday night because of the initial shootout outside the store
\\\Another friend of mine is a concierge at the Westin Copley, and passed the bombing site about twenty minutes beforehand
\Also, she needed to get Wolf Blitzer an electric blanket last night, guess it was cold out
2013-04-22 08:58:21 PM
2 votes:
"He's farking innocent. If he were 'guilty', it wouldn't take this long to farking prove it, and there would actually be evidence,"

Ummmm...I'm SHOCKED they got him as fast as they did.  It was, almost literally, a needle in a hay stack and they got him in less than a weeks time?  Go fark yourself, conspiracy theorists.
2013-04-22 08:53:02 PM
2 votes:
I am OK with this.  No, seriously.  Let him go.  Take him to South Boston, announce over a PA system that he is going to be released, wait for a crowd to gather, release him, and then have all the police turn around and walk/drive away.  If gets out of there alive then drop all charges.  If not, oh well.  Accidents happen.
2013-04-22 08:52:30 PM
2 votes:

Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.


He does? Where?

Note to Drew: I'd actually pay $5 a month if you had better quality trolls.
2013-04-22 08:49:16 PM
2 votes:
While I suspect that Dschinghis Kahn here probably was coerced by his older brother, he still participated in a criminal act, and needs to face the consequences of his actions.

There's no happy ending to this story.  Just be glad there's an ending.
2013-04-22 08:31:48 PM
2 votes:

propasaurus: This just in: Some people are assholes.


Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.



yes, some people certainly are.
2013-04-22 04:58:20 PM
2 votes:
images2.wikia.nocookie.net
2013-04-23 05:11:54 PM
1 votes:
the left's primary goals have nothing for real to do with equality for women

Pardon?

So....the so-called American "left" is among other things ordering me to change what I wear on the streets??

Like this??

i.imgur.com
2013-04-23 09:47:21 AM
1 votes:
I don't understand why conspiracy theorists don't believe that there ARE bad people in the world who get away with creating bad situations, and people DO get hurt and die.

These events are not fabricated by the media and the government as a distraction or whatever you think it is. Something horrible happened and the media latched onto it and is trying desperately to keep your attention until the next tragedy comes along. And if it takes a while for something to come along, they'll just blow a smaller story out of proportion.
But it actually did happen.
2013-04-23 08:52:09 AM
1 votes:

Cato: Mugato: Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.  Not too shocking that it's fairly widespread outside of this libtard haven.

Ok I know I should be ashamed of myself for biting at this bullshiat but pray tell, why would people defending this guy be a "libtard" thing?

Because radical Islam has no greater ally then the American Left.


Ironically, international radical Islam got its biggest post-WW2 boost because of Eisenhower.
2013-04-23 08:41:05 AM
1 votes:

Jackson Herring: fark_the_herald_angel_sings: The only thing that I have seen that makes me wonder about this stuff is this site..

http://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/are-you-just-a-believer-or -d o-you-think/     warning graphic.

mostly because of this picture when compared to the famous shot of the guy in the wheel chair with his feet blown off..  It does make you wonder..


[buelahman.files.wordpress.com image 720x960]

makes you wonder why basement-dwelling internet pieces of shiat are incapable of facial recognition, yeah


Yes, yes indeed. Someone above suggested the idea of not dismissing or mocking the conspiracy theories but responding to them with serious evidence. I can't imagine a bigger waste of time, especially with the studies that suggest that it may be better to just ignore misinformation.

At some point, you have to wonder what the "goalpost" is for convincing someone, and then you realize it's always a moving target:
People wanted to see Obama's birth certificate, but they weren't satisfied and were convinced that everything shown to them was fake. The guys who made "Loose Change" have edited their video three or four times, taking out material that was clearly stupid, but they never wondered if it should cast doubt on their views (in a public interview, they said nothing could convince them to change their views). The video of the first moon landing, ironically, was supposed to dispel claims that it was fake.

If people's worldviews condition them to see crisis actors and false flags everywhere, then there's no way anyone's going to convince them otherwise. It's best just to let them have their very comforting conspiracy theories and not give them the respect of even pretending it's a debate.
2013-04-23 08:39:43 AM
1 votes:

Cato: Mugato: Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.  Not too shocking that it's fairly widespread outside of this libtard haven.

Ok I know I should be ashamed of myself for biting at this bullshiat but pray tell, why would people defending this guy be a "libtard" thing?

Because radical Islam has no greater ally then the American Left. Which would be surprising considering that even moderate Islam stands for those things the left finds abhorant except that: a) both have as their primary enemy Christians and the enemy of my enemy is my friend, and b) the left's primary goals have nothing for real to do with equality for women and gay rights (if they did they would treat Islam with a lot more hostility) and is all about power and money.


i0.kym-cdn.com
2013-04-23 08:17:43 AM
1 votes:

fark_the_herald_angel_sings: The only thing that I have seen that makes me wonder about this stuff is this site..

http://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/are-you-just-a-believer-or -d o-you-think/     warning graphic.

mostly because of this picture when compared to the famous shot of the guy in the wheel chair with his feet blown off..  It does make you wonder..


[buelahman.files.wordpress.com image 720x960]


makes you wonder why basement-dwelling internet pieces of shiat are incapable of facial recognition, yeah
2013-04-23 07:44:38 AM
1 votes:
There will always be people who think the government is up to something and that ordinary americans/people CANNOT be responsible for massively important/heinous occurrences.

I really hope that Obama does NOT push for the death penalty, because although I have no doubt dzokhar-tsarnaev is a skumbag who murdered innocents and hurt others, I oppose the death penalty in ALL cases without exception. Life in prison accomplishes the goal of punishing him and protecting society. The death penalty in my opinion is merely a lunge at "revenge" done out of anger.

I think that no matter how evil we are convinced someone is we never gain the right to end their life because sentient life is sacred, or at least as sacred as anything in this world can be "says me, the atheist". I reject the State's authority to take life other than circumstances where they pose a REAL current or future risk to people and they cannot be stopped effectively any other way.
2013-04-23 06:36:44 AM
1 votes:
Before the shooting started, I had some doubts that they had found the right people.   After the footage was found that showed the one dropping the backpack and moving away, I had less of a doubt.    After they carjacked the vehicle and got in a shootout with the police, there weren't any doubts.   I don't understand the reasoning behind why folks think they were innocent.   I think getting the one alive will add to the credibility of the case.
2013-04-23 02:00:41 AM
1 votes:

USP .45: I at least take "comfort" in the fact that profit is quantifiable and material,


Conservatives: They know the price of everything and the value of nothing.
2013-04-23 01:38:46 AM
1 votes:

mekki: He's cute and young. And looks like a cross between a baby Bob Dylan and a puppy. In a boy band, he would be the pretty one. So, this happening is no surprise to me.

If was 58 and looked like shaved scrotum, his "fanbase" would barely be a blip.


I came here to say this (minus the bit about the scrotum because I'm just not that creative). Sad to say, the combination of "cute" and "famous" wins you a lot of fans no matter what heinous acts you've committed. As has been stated before in this thread, people are morons.

I can see where he probably got sucked into older brother's weirdness and would probably never have done anything horrible if left to his own devices. But he DID do something horrible. Just because he didn't think of it himself doesn't make it any less horrible or make him any less responsible for his actions.

/ My eldest cat's name is Tamerlane, which makes me even angrier at older brother.
2013-04-23 01:32:56 AM
1 votes:

Feral_and_Preposterous: Jesus. People are stupid. Not enough blood? Evidence too too long to assemble? We need to come up with a humanity test. If you fail we load you onto a rocket and shoot you into the sun.


In proposing such a test you immediately fail it.
2013-04-23 12:36:28 AM
1 votes:

hubiestubert: What in the chocolate covered f*ck?


I'll lay you even odds that at least half of them are teenage girls who are only in this because Dzhokhar is kind of cute.

I base that on the awful misspellings on most of those Tweets.
2013-04-23 12:31:50 AM
1 votes:
This just in: some people are really farking stupid.

i28.photobucket.com
2013-04-23 12:24:20 AM
1 votes:

jso2897: doglover: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Religion is a poison, delivered upon the weak, in need of food, hope and future. Instead they are given a false ideal, that fills no bellys, provides no future and delivers nothing but profit to the liars and prophets of the falsehood. This works for any. Catholics, xtians, muslims, buddhdists.....it is an endless litany in human history of the weak oppressed by the powerful who will do anything to sustain the lie.  If you're religious and you feel offended? Sorry. I believe in something bigger than any book, label or dogma.  It has no leader, prophet or label. Think about that.

That's why the Soviet Union was such a nice place to live.

So you tyhink that what was wrong with the USSR was just that they ran it by the  wrong bible?


They purged the poison of religion from their country. That's why everything was perfect there.
2013-04-23 12:21:23 AM
1 votes:

USP .45: jso2897: So we agree: Capitalists with no conscience, and Islamists with no conscience constitute an equal threat.

I can't overlook that if there was criminal negligence at that Waco fertilizer plant, then in the month of April in America, a company was more of a threat to people's lives than Islamists.

I at least take "comfort" in the fact that profit is quantifiable and material, whereas someone's interpretation of what some god wants could be anything. Then again individuals have different interpretations of profit motive, so yeah it's plausible to have a capitalist from the Captain Planet cartoons.


Was this about anything religious or an act against Russia on American soil with the death of Americans as an added plus for the radical Muslim fundamentalists?  (takes breath)  A sort of two birds with one stone so to speak.
2013-04-23 12:16:06 AM
1 votes:
Too bad we can't just strike the name of the people that did these things so they won't be held up as martyrs.  I usually wish the death penalty on people like this, but I hope they send him to prison, put him in solitary 23 hours a day and he lives to be 100 years old.  Fark him.
2013-04-23 12:13:51 AM
1 votes:

jso2897: o5iiawah: How long before he gets a professorship at Columbia?

About the time the grandson of a Nazi simpathyser gets to be president.
Oh, wait - that already happened.


Joseph was JFK's father, not his grandfather.
2013-04-22 11:55:24 PM
1 votes:

jso2897: So: You think it's a big deal that somebody blew up some people because thay think "Allah" is important. But it doesn't bother you that somebody blew up more people because thy thought "profit" was important.


I don't think it's a big deal, I think it's just a fact in this instance. If it were a big deal clearly the only thing to do would be some sweeping controls on those practicing Islam. Here is where people differ: Some are afraid to call out the Islamic factor for fear of offending the Islamic collective (looks at you), whereas others have no problem doing so because I trust other Muslims to not get butthurt over me simply acknowledging facts that happen to include their religion, and I won't patronize them collectively by withholding opinion for fear of some individuals taking offense.

As far as blowing up people for profit, I don't see Apple and Google blowing people up for profit. Blackwater USA, yeah I suppose they did blow people up for profit. How convenient that corporations are treated as individuals, we can judge them individually and not make worthless internet comments condemning all for-profit companies as a murderous collective - that'd be really 'conservative,' but I hear you're a 'liberal' that is pro-individual.
2013-04-22 11:49:47 PM
1 votes:
Here is one of his support groups on vkontakte if anyone is interested...

http://vk.com/johar_tamerlan

cs417531.vk.me
2013-04-22 11:45:55 PM
1 votes:
alex jones is a false flag
2013-04-22 11:38:54 PM
1 votes:
Islamic militants are the very definition of conspiracy theorists, which is why conspiracy theorists in general often blur the line between utterly stupid and monumentally dangerous. Make no mistake - the same folks that scream this a false flag are the same folks who believe in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and that 9/11 was orchestrated by George Bush and/or Mossad. Alex Jones and the vast majority of fundie clerics are similar in this regard. The only difference is that Islamists back up their delusions by killing people, and these other folks back up their delusions by killing people's brain cells.
2013-04-22 11:27:22 PM
1 votes:
He's cute and young. And looks like a cross between a baby Bob Dylan and a puppy. In a boy band, he would be the pretty one. So, this happening is no surprise to me.

If was 58 and looked like shaved scrotum, his "fanbase" would barely be a blip.

You could have a photo of this kid holding up a sign saying "I did it!" With him standing over the victims, pointing and laughing and people would still claim he is innocent because, again, he "doesn't look the type." That and other people will believe that the government is behind everything bad that happens to the country. Whether it's a bombing or the soda machine swallowing up your change.

/and if you think twitter is bad, stay off of tumblr
//he's got fangirls AND fanboys by the bucket full
2013-04-22 11:15:15 PM
1 votes:
They must be dzhoking.
2013-04-22 11:04:59 PM
1 votes:

potterydove: He's innocent right now.

Once the trial is over, he likely won't be.


Actually no, there's:

1) De facto guilt - whether he actually did the crime in reality.

2) De jure guilt - what his culpability status is in the eyes of the criminal justice system.
2013-04-22 10:58:47 PM
1 votes:

LordJiro: Just Another OC Homeless Guy: nmrsnr: Am I supposed to be surprised?

JFK assassination
Moon Landing
9/11

Some of the best documented historical events ever have a vocal minority of people who either believe that what happened is not the whole story or fabricated out of whole cloth. Crazy people are crazy.

Two of these are not the same as the third.

Do tell.


Two involved aeronautics.
Two involved killing people.
Two involved Texas.

Still not sure which he's talking about, though.
2013-04-22 10:52:20 PM
1 votes:

indylaw: I really wish that stupid killed sperm.


If that were possible men everywhere would be taking stupid pills so that they could say they didn't have to wear a condom.
2013-04-22 10:14:27 PM
1 votes:
Why does the media even give credence to this BS.  Wouldn't they just go away or at least stay confined to their little crazy groups w/o the "media" reporting on every crazy *sshole who posts something on twitter?
2013-04-22 10:11:51 PM
1 votes:
Death-row inmates receive many unsolicited marriage requests.

People are morans.
2013-04-22 10:10:34 PM
1 votes:
It is amazing that young teens are able to troll the media into thinking that they actually believe this. Attention whoring will always go on when people can get online and be protected behind a computer.
2013-04-22 09:59:08 PM
1 votes:

hubiestubert: The Why Not Guy: Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.

He does? Where?

Note to Drew: I'd actually pay $5 a month if you had better quality trolls.

I think he might mean the folks who want to see him actually be tried. Apparently wanting to see justice done and served is "defending" him.
You know, as opposed to defending our legal system, and having faith in our judicial system, and the Constitution. I can see how some folks might equate that with "defending him" as opposed to simply shooting him in the face after several hours of strapping his 'nads to a car battery.
They seem to forget wee things like justice and law when they get scared. It sort of shows their cowardice, but that's not all that surprising.
[lh6.googleusercontent.com image 300x300]


"In order to take the moral high ground, you have to actually occupy that territory first."

- That is FALSE.  Taking the moral high ground includes the act of seizing it from neutral territory.  One does not need to have it prior to taking it.

/You are worse than Hitler.
//Make that two Hitlers.
2013-04-22 09:54:48 PM
1 votes:

Bedstead Polisher: I hate to say it, but I've had those thoughts about him.


So did I at first.

Then I saw better video of him, noticed his calm demeanor and such, thought about how everyone gives him a free pass (probably has his whole life), and how even when he went back to school afterwards no one noticed any red flags, and thought "Nah, this seems like a cold motherfarker."

A lot of people didn't like his brother and thought he was a bad influence and bad kid. The younger one is the opposite. If he's a sociopath and the planning was encouraged by him from the beginning, I also wouldn't be surprised if he ran over his brother to keep him from talking. If he's been so good at snowing people his whole life, why wouldn't he figure he can possibly get away with this too, by pawning it off on his brother?

Like I said, he just seems too "normal" to be genuinely so, especially given what he did. More like he tells everyone what they want to hear and shows the persona they want to see so that no one has a bad word to say about him. Most people have at least someone that doesn't like them, but you're not seeing ANYONE coming out going "Yeah, I never liked him, he just rubbed me the wrong way," at all. The family defends him, friends can't believe he did it, even given video evidence.
EVERYONE liked him, and that's not really normal, especially after a horrible act that should have people coming out of the woodwork with negative comments.
2013-04-22 09:54:39 PM
1 votes:

bunner: This Face Left Blank: If this were a just world, stupidity would be painful in groups, everybody would agree with me!



Did you RTFA?  Some of them are saying the bombing was FAKED.  Go on and defend that as not intensely stupid.  Do it.  There's room on my ignore list, and I have no issues ignoring people that would defend that patently insane idea.  In fact, I wish everyone who was that idiotic would so clearly show themselves to be.
2013-04-22 09:48:51 PM
1 votes:
"He's farking innocent. If he were 'guilty', it wouldn't take this long to farking prove it, and there would actually be evidence," says one supporter, although the government has yet to charge the incapacitated, hospitalized Tsarnaev with a crime.

Stopped reading right there. If you can't at least get your basic facts right I'm not going to waste my time.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev charged with using 'weapon of mass destruction'
2013-04-22 09:44:39 PM
1 votes:

LesserEvil: Before Tamerlan "found" Islamism, he was a bit of a pot head, the scenario I can see is that his friend offered him some pot, Tamerlan got upset, and decided it would make a good test to see if they could stomach killing Americans up close and personal...


Everyone is eyeing Tamerlan, but think about it this way. He was the one that was very obviously brainwashed into radicalism. He didn't really hide it. It was on his social networking pages, and he even attracted the attention of the fbi at one point.
The younger brother apparently showed no signs of such, and friends were surprised he was even religious at all. Kind of shows he's good at showing people what they want to see.
So who in this case seems like the more likely one to be convinced of something by someone charismatic? The younger brother, who is very charming and apparently good at making friends and convincing people he's a great guy, or the older brother who is alienated, and not very social or people oriented, nor tries to hide that fact? How do we know he's not the one that convinced his older brother to go through with it?
2013-04-22 09:40:35 PM
1 votes:

jso2897: I thought that collectivism was the philosophy of the Communist Reds.


Pinkos.

cdn2-b.examiner.com

Hard line "conservatives"

transhumanity.net
2013-04-22 09:38:28 PM
1 votes:
It's a logical extension of #falseflag

I was thinking about doing a conspiracy theory website to load up with affiliate advertising but I've spent enough time arguing against conspiracy theorists. I've filed them in the same class as religious believers and given up on them. Although it might be fun arguing with someone some day and saying "Oh, you're quoting my troll-site. Let's go drop your name as one of the police sources. You're okay with being a Boston Lt. Detective, right?"

At least if I start a conspiracy theory that takes the nature of a religion I don't have to worry about being crucified.
2013-04-22 09:38:00 PM
1 votes:

Rapmaster2000: Meh.  Richard Ramirez raped and killed 13 women and still found some woman to marry him in prison.  I wouldn't put too much thought into this.


My mother was a social worker in a prison.  Should would have to interview some of these women who would apply to marry an inmate.  Conversation usually went something like this...

"Why do you want to marry so and so?"
"I love him yadda yadda."
"You do understand he is in here for committing rape?"
"I know but he is different now.  He loves me and I understand him blah blah blah..."

Pretty much what you would think.
2013-04-22 09:37:20 PM
1 votes:
Some back that stuff just because they like to troll, but some actually believe in that craziness.  I am rendered speechless whenever I come across someone like that.  What do you say to someone who will walk right by the logical and sensible solution to embrace some bizarre conspiracy theory?  I don't even bother anymore.  Just write them off as a lost cause and move on.
2013-04-22 09:35:54 PM
1 votes:
If this were a just world, stupidity would be painful in groups.
2013-04-22 09:32:54 PM
1 votes:
Id be ok with putting everyone that supports him on the no fly list.
2013-04-22 09:29:57 PM
1 votes:

WhoopAssWayne: I can't believe the liberals are starting to back this guy - starting to make this guy a cause - just unreal to me - hope they reason

study it out, come up with something better.

If you're going to troll, learn the lingo, n00b
2013-04-22 09:29:22 PM
1 votes:

Silly Jesus: Mugato: Silly Jesus: I wasn't referring to defense of his actions, but defense of his treatment.  Miranda / Combatant / Excessive force etc.

Sigh. Yes, I'm exactly this bored.

You don't have to be a "libtard" to believe that everyone in this country deserves due process. That includes the whole Miranda process. That's not a "libtard" thing, that's an "America" thing. There's nothing to indicate that they were enemy combatants and I haven't heard anyone outside the lunatic fringe who said there was "excessive force".

You got nothing.

How many other crimes discussed on Fark include multiple threads focusing on "OMG I hope they read him Miranda, poor little fella won't know what to do without 'em?"



You don't think maybe that's a reaction to a decade of people being disappeared with no due process thanks to the PATRIOT Act?

There's a huge difference between insisting on the accused (because he IS innocent until proven guilty - that's the basis of our entire legal system) being afforded his full rights under the Constitution (due process, habeas corpus, right to a fair trial - you know, things that used to mean something until we as a society shiat our collective pants when we got hit) and saying "Free Jahar")
2013-04-22 09:26:50 PM
1 votes:

KimNorth: What I find even more disturbing is the seemingly media's wiliness to go lock and step with what they are told they can and can't report. Why nothing about the Saudi national that was originally taken into custody? Why have we not heard how he was quietly deported for terrorist activities and how his wealthy family called favors to get him home and special treatment? How John Kerry's office put it together?


taken into custody =/= under arrest

And he didn't do anything wrong. People jumped him because he was Saudi.
2013-04-22 09:25:23 PM
1 votes:

Great Janitor: jaytkay: Great Janitor: This isn't the Boobies to suggest that there was some sort of connection between the Right and/or the Teaparty and the Boston Bombers. Explain how?

Islamists are conservatives.

That's it???  Still makes no sense given that they don't like each other.


I was being flippant but the statement is true.

American conservatives and Islamic militants are not deliberately cooperating.

But they are working for the same goal of ruining the lives of normal people.
2013-04-22 09:25:14 PM
1 votes:
A more hilarious read from Wired:
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/07/counterterrorism-trolls/all/

Apparently the US state dept has a Terrorist Trolling Dept.   Ya know, to crush the will of the young terrorists online so they don't actually go try to make bombs and shiat.
2013-04-22 09:23:50 PM
1 votes:

dr_blasto: Silly Jesus: Almost Everybody Poops: Silly Jesus: Hickory-smoked: Silly Jesus: The Why Not Guy: Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.

He does? Where?

Note to Drew: I'd actually pay $5 a month if you had better quality trolls.

The Why Not Guy (Favorite: Potato)

He's right though. You're making an idiot of yourself.

I hold your opinion of me in extremely high regard.

Please, show me one instance of some "libtard" farker defending this guy for his actions.

I wasn't referring to defense of his actions, but defense of his treatment.  Miranda / Combatant / Excessive force etc.

So expecting the authorities to Mirandize him and try him in court are defending him? Also, those sentiments are "libtard" exactly how?

What "excessive force" did people decry? Or are you complaining about people who don't want to cut his nuts off and dump him in downtown Boston without a trial?


He's making shiat up.  A desperate cry for human interaction.

If people didn't take the time to call him an asshole, he probably wouldn't get any attention.
2013-04-22 09:20:13 PM
1 votes:
25.media.tumblr.com
2013-04-22 09:20:03 PM
1 votes:
Dumbasses, every one of them.
2013-04-22 09:18:57 PM
1 votes:
What I find even more disturbing is the seemingly media's wiliness to go lock and step with what they are told they can and can't report. Why nothing about the Saudi national that was originally taken into custody? Why have we not heard how he was quietly deported for terrorist activities and how his wealthy family called favors to get him home and special treatment? How John Kerry's office put it together?
2013-04-22 09:16:56 PM
1 votes:

hubiestubert: The Why Not Guy: Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.

He does? Where?

Note to Drew: I'd actually pay $5 a month if you had better quality trolls.

I think he might mean the folks who want to see him actually be tried. Apparently wanting to see justice done and served is "defending" him.


Oh, you must mean those un-American libtardos that weren't immediately trying to figure out a way to strip him of his citizenship.
2013-04-22 09:16:54 PM
1 votes:

Hector Remarkable: Hating on America? When did this start?


About an hour and a half after we told the English we weren't going to send them any more turpentine or pine tar.
2013-04-22 09:16:52 PM
1 votes:
2.bp.blogspot.com

"I tell you, Satan's gonna have no trouble taking over here 'cause all the women are gonna say: 'What a cute butt.' 'He's Satan!' 'You don't know him like I do.' 'He's the Prince of Darkness!' 'I can change him.'"
2013-04-22 09:14:54 PM
1 votes:

Silly Jesus: falling all over yourself to insult the "pigs" who arrested him as treating him harshly and making up some straw man nonsense about an educated college student not understand that he doesn't have a burden to admit anything to the cops.


Absolutely correct. Those people in your imagination really went overboard.
2013-04-22 09:08:31 PM
1 votes:

edmo: Hopefully the Tea Party will take a pass on this one.


What a stupid comment.
Next time try harder to post some witty/insightful/biting because fails at all three.
2013-04-22 09:07:27 PM
1 votes:

sheep snorter: Free Jahar supporters must be:
Freepers
Teahadists

and whatever other rightwing nuts there is.


This guy?
  i.imgur.com


2013-04-22 09:04:06 PM
1 votes:
Give him a fair trial; if he's guilty, hang 'em and hang 'em high. If not; let him go.

/ some of you guys seem to think that due process seems not to exist or does not apply.
2013-04-22 08:57:31 PM
1 votes:
This thread will be epic if you wish to enlarge your ignore list.
2013-04-22 08:56:21 PM
1 votes:
Proud to be a libtard NON defender of The Lesser Dorkazov Brother.

Due process FTW.
2013-04-22 08:56:17 PM
1 votes:
FTFA:

i0.kym-cdn.com

#FreeJahar
2013-04-22 08:55:15 PM
1 votes:
I knew there'd be a massive conspiracy movement around the bombings given a week. Farkers are like cockroaches.
2013-04-22 08:54:00 PM
1 votes:

propasaurus: scottydoesntknow: The Newtown guy had supporters.

...but enough about the NRA.


Well done sir, well farking done.


But there are morons out there who also believe the theater guy is innocent too.
2013-04-22 08:53:44 PM
1 votes:
We just can't seem to make antipsychotics fast enough

/or get people to take them.....
2013-04-22 08:50:39 PM
1 votes:

BarkingUnicorn: The thing that grinds me is that this guy will get a fairer trial than the average American.


What makes you say that?
2013-04-22 08:49:07 PM
1 votes:
I ain't what you call a smart man so let this picture speak for me.

25.media.tumblr.com
2013-04-22 08:49:06 PM
1 votes:
WTF?

img.timeinc.net
2013-04-22 08:45:09 PM
1 votes:
Jahar, Jahar, he's our man.  If he can't do it,  GREAT!

\first thing that came to mind, TBH
\\also, any group that can't be bothered to spell its hero's name right is obviously a crappy group
2013-04-22 08:30:27 PM
1 votes:
i159.photobucket.com
2013-04-22 08:22:21 PM
1 votes:

Silly Jesus: He has a lot of defenders on Fark.  Not too shocking that it's fairly widespread outside of this libtard haven.


Ok I know I should be ashamed of myself for biting at this bullshiat but pray tell, why would people defending this guy be a "libtard" thing?
2013-04-22 07:57:40 PM
1 votes:
What in the chocolate covered f*ck?
2013-04-22 04:56:21 PM
1 votes:
Free Pete Rose!
2013-04-22 04:50:33 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: Morons, all of them!

But this is unsurprising news. This shiat happens every time. The Aurora shooter had supporters. The Newtown guy had supporters.

And it's not that all these crazy people actually support the murderers (although some are farked up enough to), they just hate the government so much that anything terrible that happens must be the government's fault.


The freaks white knighting Mr Koresh in the latest Branch Davidian thread would like to disagree with you. But they can't.
2013-04-22 04:45:23 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: The Newtown guy had supporters.


...but enough about the NRA.
2013-04-22 04:44:11 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: Morons, all of them!

But this is unsurprising news. This shiat happens every time. The Aurora shooter had supporters. The Newtown guy had supporters.

And it's not that all these crazy people actually support the murderers (although some are farked up enough to), they just hate the government so much that anything terrible that happens must be the government's fault.


Or they could just be Fark trolls

/it's really hard to tell these days
2013-04-22 04:43:59 PM
1 votes:
Some people just like to be on no fly lists........
 
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