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Re: Conspiracy theories.
« Reply #150 on: February 03, 2014, 04:08:58 PM »
So your solution to the crazy conspiracy theories is to ball them all up as small details of an even BIGGER, crazier, more complex conspiracy theory, which then must be true?

Basically my answer is to stop being retarded and taking shit at face value because you're mind fucking yourself into believing the unbelievable which is gonna shit on you in the end




So by not buying into super convoluted and overly complex grand schemes for which there is little to no proof, I'm believing the unbelievable?

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« Reply #151 on: February 03, 2014, 06:26:38 PM »
So your solution to the crazy conspiracy theories is to ball them all up as small details of an even BIGGER, crazier, more complex conspiracy theory, which then must be true?

Basically my answer is to stop being retarded and taking shit at face value because you're mind fucking yourself into believing the unbelievable which is gonna shit on you in the end



If what I just elaborated on was "complex" for you then you clearly qualify for being labeled as "special needs"
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« Reply #152 on: February 03, 2014, 06:50:49 PM »
You're an idiot.  Your comment wasn't complex (or that intelligent) by any means.  However, actually enacting your ridiculous idea, or most conspiracy theories, WOULD BE extremely complex and almost impossible to keep together and going.  Which is why I said I don't buy into "super convoluted and overly complex grand schemes."

And you're right: gay marriage is a petty issue.  Just like interracial marriage was.  Denying people rights and discriminating against them isn't a big deal in the grand scheme of things.  Also, good job saying that the concerns about GMOs were crackpot, only to then use that as the "grand issue" that petty gay marriage distracted us from.

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« Reply #153 on: February 03, 2014, 08:03:36 PM »
You're an idiot.  Your comment wasn't complex (or that intelligent) by any means.  However, actually enacting your ridiculous idea, or most conspiracy theories, WOULD BE extremely complex and almost impossible to keep together and going.  Which is why I said I don't buy into "super convoluted and overly complex grand schemes."

And you're right: gay marriage is a petty issue.  Just like interracial marriage was.  Denying people rights and discriminating against them isn't a big deal in the grand scheme of things.  Also, good job saying that the concerns about GMOs were crackpot, only to then use that as the "grand issue" that petty gay marriage distracted us from.

I broke the concept of what my idea into a pretty easy to comprehend version, I don't know what more you want my dude

And yes, in comparison to the entire country's main source of sustenance, gay marriage is indeed pretty minute. I don't know where I said anything about GMOs being crackpot, pretty sure you misread, I stated that gay marriage was a scapegoat for it while the bill preventing litigation against GMOs was being passed. I'm pretty supportive of gay marriage and anti discrimination in general especially with me being black myself, but if you wanna pretend that same sex marriage is on par with the issue of eating then that's your opinion but I strongly disagree.


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« Reply #154 on: February 03, 2014, 08:35:39 PM »
Holy shit man.  Your explanation (using conspiracy theories as red herrings) is not complicated.  However, some great one world system that actually encourages and enacts that strategy would be absurdly complicated and would break down.  I don't know how much more I have to break down my comment for you to understand it.

You said: "We keep coming up with these crackpot ass ideas about pretty much everything (aliens,government, GMOs, HAARP)."  You mentioning GMOs with crackpot conspiracies like aliens and HAARP caused me to assume you thought all of those conspiracies were crackpot. 

Now, as for your last comment, I don't think gay marriage is petty and, in fact, I think it is more important than GMOs (especially since the whole anti-GMO movement is found on the same logic and science as the stupid anto-vaccine movement).  Monsanto is very different from GMOs altogether.

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« Reply #155 on: February 03, 2014, 09:12:41 PM »
Holy shit man.  Your explanation (using conspiracy theories as red herrings) is not complicated.  However, some great one world system that actually encourages and enacts that strategy would be absurdly complicated and would break down.  I don't know how much more I have to break down my comment for you to understand it.

You said: "We keep coming up with these crackpot ass ideas about pretty much everything (aliens,government, GMOs, HAARP)."  You mentioning GMOs with crackpot conspiracies like aliens and HAARP caused me to assume you thought all of those conspiracies were crackpot. 

Now, as for your last comment, I don't think gay marriage is petty and, in fact, I think it is more important than GMOs (especially since the whole anti-GMO movement is found on the same logic and science as the stupid anto-vaccine movement).  Monsanto is very different from GMOs altogether.

Word, I didn't say anything about the world over since I'm just specifically talking about the US so again, just chill with all of that

 I did lump in GMOs with a few other far fetched theories but then again the government is a pretty far fetched theory too though right? No. I plugged that in because at their worst, they each have crackpot tendencies that people hold very true, but I actually believe in all of those things within reason, or at the very least to the point where they don't dictate how I live my day to  day

And again, however you equate the importances of eating and same sex marriage is at your own discretion but love doesn't fill stomachs, I'm in favor of rallying against prejudice of any kind but in that particular situation gay marriage should've taken a backseat most definitely, that's about it

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« Reply #156 on: February 03, 2014, 10:56:28 PM »
Real Talk: Pharmaceutical companies knowingly produced analgesics so powerful in the mid-90's with the intention of creating products that were highly addictive, and with the help of willing politicians and doctors, pushed these drugs onto the American populous with unforgiving relentlessness while downplaying the potential issues that could arise. Later on down the line, these same manufacturers became the cottage industry giants in producing the "cures" to get you off their previously manufactured products. Coincidence? Maybe... A well thought out plan to make a lot of money while boosting revenues for complying medical professionals and facilities during a disastrous era for the medical industry? More likely..

Capitalism is the ultimate conspiracy.

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« Reply #157 on: February 03, 2014, 11:07:33 PM »
Real Talk: Pharmaceutical companies knowingly produced analgesics so powerful in the mid-90's with the intention of creating products that were highly addictive, and with the help of willing politicians and doctors, pushed these drugs onto the American populous with unforgiving relentlessness while downplaying the potential issues that could arise. Later on down the line, these same manufacturers became the cottage industry giants in producing the "cures" to get you off their previously manufactured products. Coincidence? Maybe... A well thought out plan to make a lot of money while boosting revenues for complying medical professionals and facilities during a disastrous era for the medical industry? More likely..

Capitalism is the ultimate conspiracy.
absolutely, my little brother's half a retard. he got all benzo'd and suboxin'd out and hit me w/ an axe this summer [dull side] and proceeds to abuse all the pills he gets under the defensive umbrella of 'a doctor gave them to me. fuckin quacks gave him methadone for pain til he od'd on them, he just sucks all around and i try to explain how everyone fucks up on their jobs even doctors. shit, maybe especially doctors. they're responsible for a lot of junkies, i've gotten a million different diagnoses when i was having breathing problems in the south [asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, pneumonia] and when i fell off a roof and broke my thumb it never got better. these assholes were encouraging cigarettes a few decades ago and 100 yrs ago practicing phrenomology or whatever it's called where they discern your character by bumps on your head. oh, heroin was a cure for morphine too [which i spose it is but not how they intended.] like morrissey said 'everyone lies, nobody minds'.

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« Reply #158 on: February 03, 2014, 11:16:24 PM »
Real Talk: Pharmaceutical companies knowingly produced analgesics so powerful in the mid-90's with the intention of creating products that were highly addictive, and with the help of willing politicians and doctors, pushed these drugs onto the American populous with unforgiving relentlessness while downplaying the potential issues that could arise. Later on down the line, these same manufacturers became the cottage industry giants in producing the "cures" to get you off their previously manufactured products. Coincidence? Maybe... A well thought out plan to make a lot of money while boosting revenues for complying medical professionals and facilities during a disastrous era for the medical industry? More likely..

Capitalism is the ultimate conspiracy.
absolutely, my little brother's half a retard. he got all benzo'd and suboxin'd out and hit me w/ an axe this summer [dull side] and proceeds to abuse all the pills he gets under the defensive umbrella of 'a doctor gave them to me. fuckin quacks gave him methadone for pain til he od'd on them, he just sucks all around and i try to explain how everyone fucks up on their jobs even doctors. shit, maybe especially doctors. they're responsible for a lot of junkies, i've gotten a million different diagnoses when i was having breathing problems in the south [asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, pneumonia] and when i fell off a roof and broke my thumb it never got better. these assholes were encouraging cigarettes a few decades ago and 100 yrs ago practicing phrenomology or whatever it's called where they discern your character by bumps on your head. oh, heroin was a cure for morphine too [which i spose it is but not how they intended.] like morrissey said 'everyone lies, nobody minds'.

The combination prescribing of these two substances should be fucking illegal to the power of 10.

I have a good mate one that same program at the moment.

Why would you knowingly let a "patient" on Suboxone take the only other medication that could potentially kill them?

He told me one day that if he dies from the combination, that I should tell his parents and have them sue his Quasi-legal Suboxone clinic.

Really shows you how smart 8 years of post-secondary education can make you...

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« Reply #159 on: February 03, 2014, 11:23:29 PM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

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« Reply #160 on: February 03, 2014, 11:45:13 PM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

I'm pretty sure SSRI's and most 1st and 2nd generation anti-psychotics are meant to breed complacency and reaffirm certain aspects of the status-quo; they just made me docile and straight up not give a fuck about anything or anybody (a dangerous combination for some).

Unfortunately there isn't a lot of money is strictly helping the global masses with live saving drugs. 

I reaffirm my sentiments about shark tits being on a fucking roll lately.

Even more collusion: Automotive makers actively decided to produce vehicles that required take-in maintenance, leaving the consumer without the ability to properly service their purchased goods in the hopes of boosting dealership revenues and service fees.

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Re: Conspiracy theories.
« Reply #161 on: February 04, 2014, 08:59:10 AM »
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« Reply #162 on: February 04, 2014, 11:15:00 AM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

I'm pretty sure SSRI's and most 1st and 2nd generation anti-psychotics are meant to breed complacency and reaffirm certain aspects of the status-quo; they just made me docile and straight up not give a fuck about anything or anybody (a dangerous combination for some).

Unfortunately there isn't a lot of money is strictly helping the global masses with live saving drugs. 

I reaffirm my sentiments about shark tits being on a fucking roll lately.

Even more collusion: Automotive makers actively decided to produce vehicles that required take-in maintenance, leaving the consumer without the ability to properly service their purchased goods in the hopes of boosting dealership revenues and service fees.

ive been telling people this forever, same with the Automotive thing.  Someone said skate shoe companies do a similar thing, as in making less durable shoes on purpose so you have to buy more
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Re: Conspiracy theories.
« Reply #163 on: February 04, 2014, 11:20:46 AM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

I'm pretty sure SSRI's and most 1st and 2nd generation anti-psychotics are meant to breed complacency and reaffirm certain aspects of the status-quo; they just made me docile and straight up not give a fuck about anything or anybody (a dangerous combination for some).

Unfortunately there isn't a lot of money is strictly helping the global masses with live saving drugs. 

I reaffirm my sentiments about shark tits being on a fucking roll lately.

Even more collusion: Automotive makers actively decided to produce vehicles that required take-in maintenance, leaving the consumer without the ability to properly service their purchased goods in the hopes of boosting dealership revenues and service fees.

ive been telling people this forever, same with the Automotive thing.  Someone said skate shoe companies do a similar thing, as in making less durable shoes on purpose so you have to buy more

Not a conspiracy theory, more like common knowledge I think

I have a 2002 Sebring and they placed the battery right behind the front left wheel so you had to go through all the bullshit of actually like taking your wheel off just to get to the battery and since it's kind of an old person's car, they're most likely gonna be the one driving it and too feeble for the labor forcing them to take it to the dealer

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« Reply #164 on: February 04, 2014, 11:27:45 AM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

I'm pretty sure SSRI's and most 1st and 2nd generation anti-psychotics are meant to breed complacency and reaffirm certain aspects of the status-quo; they just made me docile and straight up not give a fuck about anything or anybody (a dangerous combination for some).

Unfortunately there isn't a lot of money is strictly helping the global masses with live saving drugs. 

I reaffirm my sentiments about shark tits being on a fucking roll lately.

Even more collusion: Automotive makers actively decided to produce vehicles that required take-in maintenance, leaving the consumer without the ability to properly service their purchased goods in the hopes of boosting dealership revenues and service fees.

ive been telling people this forever, same with the Automotive thing.  Someone said skate shoe companies do a similar thing, as in making less durable shoes on purpose so you have to buy more
yep, the shoe companies are in bed w/ the griptape industry. back in the 90s i'd wear out the leather before my soles. these days my front foot wears out from setting up for tricks. i think i have lakai's right now [i just buy black lowtops for $40-50 every time] and the bottom's held up pretty good but i've got a room full of blown out left soles from the last 10 months.

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« Reply #165 on: February 04, 2014, 11:42:08 AM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

I'm pretty sure SSRI's and most 1st and 2nd generation anti-psychotics are meant to breed complacency and reaffirm certain aspects of the status-quo; they just made me docile and straight up not give a fuck about anything or anybody (a dangerous combination for some).

Unfortunately there isn't a lot of money is strictly helping the global masses with live saving drugs. 

I reaffirm my sentiments about shark tits being on a fucking roll lately.

Even more collusion: Automotive makers actively decided to produce vehicles that required take-in maintenance, leaving the consumer without the ability to properly service their purchased goods in the hopes of boosting dealership revenues and service fees.

ive been telling people this forever, same with the Automotive thing.  Someone said skate shoe companies do a similar thing, as in making less durable shoes on purpose so you have to buy more

Not a conspiracy theory, more like common knowledge I think

I have a 2002 Sebring and they placed the battery right behind the front left wheel so you had to go through all the bullshit of actually like taking your wheel off just to get to the battery and since it's kind of an old person's car, they're most likely gonna be the one driving it and too feeble for the labor forcing them to take it to the dealer

Leave it to Kanye to miss the big picture...

I'm not sure if I would consider this "common knowledge". Common knowledge is knowing the sun is yellow and the sky is blue.

This was simultaneously happening as emission standards became tighter & older (pre-1980's) cars were being forced off the road due to the restrictions imposed by said measures. Although we should note that the mass influx of electronic and computerized parts compounded the issue at hand.

This also came during the development of the electric car that was quickly deemed too good by those in Detroit; an obvious collusion between automobile manufacturers and the petrol industry.

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« Reply #166 on: March 18, 2014, 01:15:46 PM »
UVB-76 is a russian buzzer shortwave station (look up numbers stations online, its just a complex version of that) usually its just buzzer occasionally with a woman stopping the buzzer to read off a pattern of numbers.  the past few days the numbers have been replaced with what sounds like a boat horn occasionally broken up by russian people speaking russian. some of the translations have been pretty gnarly.  even some english broken in.  here are some highlights:

https://soundcloud.com/bronk93/2014-03-18t16-02-04z-4625-0khz
https://soundcloud.com/51c46d3cd0/28170-00

its pretty cool but will drive you mad if you listen for to long.  if you want can listen  to UVB 76 here:
websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901

set the kh/z to 4625.00

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« Reply #167 on: March 18, 2014, 04:44:46 PM »
Funny story, I'm not sure if I pointed it out, but that class definitely never happened. enjoy conspiring away!
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« Reply #169 on: March 19, 2014, 08:07:10 PM »
I've been doing a lot of research into what we're drinking in the taps. I've formed the theory that it's a high-octane urine/fecal compound. I've asked a few of my city officials and I'm patiently waiting their response.

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« Reply #170 on: March 20, 2014, 12:45:56 AM »
the old hypocrite oath in action. i think they're insulated from prosecution so it's just a scam to unload as many of these side effect laden pills onto a trusting public. granted you've got mental issues to begin w/ if ya do a mass shooting but i'm sketched about SSRI's for the fact of all the shooters and infanticidal moms on Prozac. maybe they do some good for some people, most of it all seems horrible and they prolly do have the technology to give people safe helpful pills but there's job security in substances that fix one problem and create another [trust your mechanic]. my schizo sister is on all sorts of stuff, has been for a decade and she's better than staying in bed all day puking and smoking butts but she's gained 100 lbs and isn't exactly 'normal'. i'm not the king of psychiatry but i feel like she could be on less stuff and do more, those seraquels will give you diabetes, just what a mentally ill person needs.

I'm pretty sure SSRI's and most 1st and 2nd generation anti-psychotics are meant to breed complacency and reaffirm certain aspects of the status-quo; they just made me docile and straight up not give a fuck about anything or anybody (a dangerous combination for some).

Unfortunately there isn't a lot of money is strictly helping the global masses with live saving drugs. 

I reaffirm my sentiments about shark tits being on a fucking roll lately.

Even more collusion: Automotive makers actively decided to produce vehicles that required take-in maintenance, leaving the consumer without the ability to properly service their purchased goods in the hopes of boosting dealership revenues and service fees.

ive been telling people this forever, same with the Automotive thing.  Someone said skate shoe companies do a similar thing, as in making less durable shoes on purpose so you have to buy more

Not a conspiracy theory, more like common knowledge I think

I have a 2002 Sebring and they placed the battery right behind the front left wheel so you had to go through all the bullshit of actually like taking your wheel off just to get to the battery and since it's kind of an old person's car, they're most likely gonna be the one driving it and too feeble for the labor forcing them to take it to the dealer

Leave it to Kanye to miss the big picture...

I'm not sure if I would consider this "common knowledge". Common knowledge is knowing the sun is yellow and the sky is blue.

This was simultaneously happening as emission standards became tighter & older (pre-1980's) cars were being forced off the road due to the restrictions imposed by said measures. Although we should note that the mass influx of electronic and computerized parts compounded the issue at hand.

This also came during the development of the electric car that was quickly deemed too good by those in Detroit; an obvious collusion between automobile manufacturers and the petrol industry.
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