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Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1113

by Service Dog » Sun Oct 02, 2022 10:12 am

free thoughtpolice wrote: I had hoped that the nasty name calling had stopped.
Is 'cultist!' nasty name calling, or a persuasively-argued critique?

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Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1112

by Bhurzum » Sun Oct 02, 2022 10:03 am

The lighter side of shit-postery...

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1111

by free thoughtpolice » Sun Oct 02, 2022 9:13 am

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1110

by Service Dog » Sun Oct 02, 2022 8:07 am

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Looking back-- on the anniversary of the 'Let's Go Brandon' incident-- it seems even-more a microcosm of an Orwellian cultural moment--
since then, we've gone from Dystopian to Absurdist...


Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1109

by Service Dog » Sun Oct 02, 2022 2:37 am

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I Know Who Blew-up the Pipeline GF & I have occasionally worked-with another couple, for 5+ years. In April they broke up. Last week-- we worked with the female. She was once highly-competent. Then she was alarmist & dopey about masks & jabs. Now she's shrill & easily-confused & barely-able to supervise a small, simple, straightforward party with booze & a DJ.

At the end of the job-- she went out for drinks with GF & downloaded her troubles: in 7 years together, the guy only paid rent 3 times. He went long stretches without working, so she had to work constantly to pay bills. Most of his work consisted of her hiring him. He did work 9 months in Dubai-- with a fat paycheck-- but he spent every bit of it before he returned-- always wanting to be the life of the party-- buying drinks for large groups of co-workers & strangers. The entire time they were together: several times a year he would disappear for one to three nights... then return home exhausted & refuse to talk about it. Most likely he was befriending strangers in bars, playing the part of a dazzling center-of-attention... and go go go where-are-we-going-after-this?!! until money or energy ran-out.

The chick reminds me of Bret Weinstein's wife, Heather Heying. Scoring high on Ivy League tests, but out-of-touch with normal people. The dude was shallow but energetic & handsome... the most exciting thing that ever happened to her. Exciting being both good & bad. Her hair turned brittle & grey and she got hemorrhoids from work & worry. I thought she was over 50. She's only 39. She says she never made friends since high school, doesn't know how to talk to people anymore. She liked him driving their social fun-- so she could be a passenger, hanging-back at his side. Last week-- I found smalltalk with her to be grueling. She misunderstood jokes, apologized for imaginary offenses, randomly fluctuated between loathing & over-praising her airhead assistant. (Loathing was correct. When assigned to buy a case of bottled water for the work crew, the assistant said 'Where would I get that? Is there a Water Store?').

Actually-- maybe the problem isn't confined to this one sad woman. 5 more women on this job may have been booster'ed too many times/ oxygen-deprived by masks/ brains fried from too many work-from-home Zoom calls. How widespread is the problem? When I went into a small local hardware store & asked where I could find flashlights-- the girl at the front counter said, "Maybe try Amazon?"
(I found them hanging on a pillar, directly in her line of sight, 5 feet from her nose.)

But... back to this break-up sadsack chick-- she's haunting me. GF & I are unlike that couple. But I'm disturbed by the amount of dysfunction they allowed to accrue, before giving-up. Gives me an impulse to quit immediately, rather than bit-by-bit become like them. And my brother's divorce-news is still fresh in my mind. And the miserable Zoolander/Beto/Trudeau boss-dude called-again... with a complex job... poorly-explained in his jumbled mind & diction... which makes me feel anxious & crazy to listen-to & sort-out.
I know who blew up the pipeline: stupid people. .

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1108

by Service Dog » Sat Oct 01, 2022 6:41 pm

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1107

by free thoughtpolice » Sat Oct 01, 2022 4:14 pm

Service Dog wrote: .

Be careful what you wish for.

(The time machine only goes one-year-back!)
No not the Dominion time machine.

That has some drawbacks.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1106

by Service Dog » Sat Oct 01, 2022 3:59 pm

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Be careful what you wish for.

(The time machine only goes one-year-back!)

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1105

by free thoughtpolice » Sat Oct 01, 2022 3:01 pm

If I only had a time machine.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1104

by Service Dog » Sat Oct 01, 2022 2:54 pm

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1103

by Service Dog » Sat Oct 01, 2022 2:50 pm

free thoughtpolice wrote: trump boner garage.PNG
I saw her first boys!
Patricia Barbeau, aka "Daytona Famous Boner Garage", appears to have died one-year-ago-this-week, at age 70. She frequented Bike Week & Biketoberfest, and was known for her "100% authentic" personality and good humor.

She was proud of the 7.5 Million facebook shares of her 2019 photo, which she celebrated by getting a tattoo in 2020. (Sadly, the mask didn't save her.) Her daughter's post announcing the death-- said arrangements had been 'taken care of' by an admirer.



https://m.facebook.com/pg/Daytona-Famou ... 450/posts/

Most photos show her wearing dog tags and a 'VETERAN' ballcap.

I wonder if she's the woman in this .gov photo in the National Archives, titled: "Camp Smith, Hawaii. PFC Patricia Barbeau operates a tape-drive on the IBM 729 at Camp Smith 10/1969; Records of the U.S. Marine Corps"

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1102

by Bhurzum » Sat Oct 01, 2022 1:24 pm

free thoughtpolice wrote: Bhurzum wrote:
Heh...I wouldn't rush to play that game, FTP, "The loony left" is infamous for the high percentage fugly bastards within its ranks.
I'm all for treating the nutcases on the extreme side of the left and the right with equal amounts of derision.
Fair and balanced - gets my seal of approval.

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/73/76/66 ... 8778f5.gif

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1101

by free thoughtpolice » Sat Oct 01, 2022 1:03 pm

Bhurzum wrote:
Heh...I wouldn't rush to play that game, FTP, "The loony left" is infamous for the high percentage fugly bastards within its ranks.
I'm all for treating the nutcases on the extreme side of the left and the right with equal amounts of derision.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1100

by Bhurzum » Sat Oct 01, 2022 12:53 pm

free thoughtpolice wrote: I saw her first boys!
Heh...I wouldn't rush to play that game, FTP, "The loony left" is infamous for the high percentage fugly bastards within its ranks.

Remember: 99% of trans* ladies (lol!), sex jugglers, furries, fat acceptance ham-beasts (and their keepers), outraged post-wall feminists and other cabbage-reeking un-fuckables have flocked to various lefty flags within the collective camp. Hell, look at ANTIFA mugshots! Your average ANTIFA "member" looks like a ribbed condom full of dogshit, lego bricks and burnt hair.

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/12/f9/ae/12f9 ... 37c72d.jpg

Personally, I'd slowly back away from this attempt at shit-posting and pray that nobody notices it.

Just saying... :P

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1099

by free thoughtpolice » Sat Oct 01, 2022 12:10 pm

There is a new dating app for us conservatives:
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I saw her first boys!

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1098

by Service Dog » Sat Oct 01, 2022 2:35 am

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1097

by Bhurzum » Fri Sep 30, 2022 10:47 pm

free thoughtpolice wrote: Bhurzum, check this out, especially the second piece Waltz #3: <snippety>
Again, an insanely talented young lady. The speed and crispness of her playing is probably responsible for many people quitting guitar - knowing you're unlikely to ever be this good, yeah, that'll do it!

I think I've posted this before - it's from the soundtrack to an old computer game (Diablo) but is an amazing piece of music.



(I'd need a few more lifetimes to become that good!)

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1096

by Matt Cavanaugh » Fri Sep 30, 2022 6:48 pm

Anyhoo,

What accent is this?

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1095

by Matt Cavanaugh » Fri Sep 30, 2022 6:44 pm

John D wrote: I am not pretending I know what happened for sure… but the industrial accident idea should be on the list of possibles.
That would've been within the realm of possibility -- albeit requiring the exact same mechanical or user error to occur three times in quick succession -- except for the fact that all the physical evidence now points to intentional detonations outside of the pipes.

They're all gonna be shouting that Pangolins did it, up until election day.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1094

by Matt Cavanaugh » Fri Sep 30, 2022 6:40 pm

The German government now says it was clearly a sophisticated act of demolition performed by "state actors."

So we're left with MOM. And MOM points to the fucktard puppet masters pulling Biden's strings.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1093

by John D » Fri Sep 30, 2022 6:39 pm

I am not pretending I know what happened for sure… but the industrial accident idea should be on the list of possibles.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1092

by ThreeFlangedJavis » Fri Sep 30, 2022 5:23 pm

Matt Cavanaugh wrote:
Thu Sep 29, 2022 6:53 am
ThreeFlangedJavis wrote: [quote=Lsuoma post_id=512749 time=1664338149 user_id=2]
Matt Cavanaugh wrote: Holy shit -- we blew up Nordstream.
Yep. Navy Seals is my guess. Force the Krauts to knuckle under to US hegemony. The way that the US has pushed the EU to shoot themselves in the face is remarkable indeed!
Now I get the thread title!
It's elementary, TFJ. What's your theory?
[/quote]

Don't have one. Like everyone else I know sweet FA and I won't be pretending that I know who dunnit.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1091

by Matt Cavanaugh » Fri Sep 30, 2022 5:22 pm

I've heard very good things about the series. And I love watching interrogations of psychos and serial killers.

The latest brou-ha-ha is how the show was originally categorized as "LGBTQ." But Netflix caved to activist pressure and it's now listed under "CAP" (Cadaver Attracted Persons.)

If I ran Netflix, for gits and shiggles I'd list DOWNFALL as LGBTQ. Cuz Hitler was a fag.


Apropos of which (h/t Steerz), I highly recommend two books:

Shallow Grave In Trinity County, by Harry Farrell

Everything She Ever Wanted, by Ann Rule

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1090

by Bhurzum » Fri Sep 30, 2022 5:06 pm

Sweet jesus (bouncing on a pogo stick) - this is some top tier TV:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FdNo4UYWIAE ... name=small

I've binged my way to the last three episodes but don't want to continue - I'm trying to delay the end of the series! The acting is fantastic, the sets and costumes are bang-on the money (the show flits around between the 70's, 80's and 90's), the pacing is almost as monsterous as Dahmer himself but the real draw to the show, the cherry on the human-flesh trifle, has got to be Evan Peters and his performance as Dahmer. It's genuinely chilling when you watch him stalk, lure then dispatch his victims. The interview scenes are deeply disturbing and Peters really knocks it out the park as the detatched and truly monsterous cannibal.

Honestly, if you've got a passing interest in real crime or serial killers, this show will be like crack cocaine to you.

Note: the episode with the deaf guy was hard to watch. Not because it was gruesome, not because of the homo-eroticism (I struggle with content like that, don't judge me) but because the deaf guy was such a likeable person and his family were excrutiatingly wholesome. Then along came Dahmer...

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1089

by Service Dog » Fri Sep 30, 2022 2:44 pm

Steersman wrote: En
passant,
maybe
you
and
Service Dog
can
take
pity
on
those
having
to
scroll
through
mountains
of
text
on
cellphones
by
judicious
truncation
of
quotes
and
use
of
spoiler
tags?
► Show Spoiler

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1088

by free thoughtpolice » Fri Sep 30, 2022 2:15 pm

Bhurzum, check this out, especially the second piece Waltz #3:

There are more than a few exceptional, young, eastern European guitarists out there . I've been comparing them to best of the 20th century greats and they are right up there with them or better.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1087

by Matt Cavanaugh » Fri Sep 30, 2022 2:06 pm

All this concerted message from govt and MSM, 'Russia blew up its own pipelines, and with them, all its leverage on the EU' , sounds a lot like

Pangolins_it_was_pangolins.jpg
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Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1086

by Keating » Fri Sep 30, 2022 1:07 pm

It's hard to see how Russia benefits. This eliminates their main leverage over Europe. Russia would certainly be hoping to strip off several European countries (especially Germany) as the cold bites and they need heat. Now they can't use that card at all, which seems dumb as they could (and have) been achieving the same ends by turning the tap on their end.

(That doesn't mean the US did it. Although, it's likely US intelligence was provided to whoever did it.)

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1085

by free thoughtpolice » Fri Sep 30, 2022 8:58 am

There was a natgas pipeline explosion in Turkmenistan in 2009 that the Turkmen blame on the Russians.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-russ ... TG20090529
More recently an accident in Siberia:
https://www.upstreamonline.com/producti ... -1-1049763
Another one:
https://www.upstreamonline.com/safety/n ... -1-1079539
And back in the USSR times there was a deadly one:
https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm ... story.html

It is easy enough for accidental gas lines to explode accidently so it should be easier still to fuck up on purpose (sabotage) and keep claiming it was an accident or blame it on others.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1084

by jet_lagg » Fri Sep 30, 2022 7:31 am

John D wrote:
Fri Sep 30, 2022 4:09 am
This sounds very compelling. The Russians will never confess to the fact that they accidentally destroyed a key part of their own industry. I was struggling to explain why any country would intentionally destroy the pipeline. It is much easier to believe the Ruskies just fucked up.... haha.
I'm sure there's an army of Ministry of Truth clerks scrubbing the record right now, but a week ago it wasn't a secret that the pipeline gave Russia geopolitical advantage which America was none too happy about. Means, motive, and opportunity.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1083

by Service Dog » Fri Sep 30, 2022 7:02 am

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12 minutes ago, 327 feet away.



Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1082

by Matt Cavanaugh » Fri Sep 30, 2022 5:48 am

Someone on the Russian end of the Nord Stream pipeleines put bombs into “pigs,” or scrapers, sent them halfway under the Baltic Sea, and detonated them.
You can stop reading right there, because the denotations occurred outside the pipe, on the sea floor.

“But, LawDog,” I hear you say, “It was multiple explosions!”

Yes, 17 hours apart. No military is going to arrange for two pipes in the same general area to be destroyed 17 hours apart. Not without some Spec Ops guy having a fit of apoplexy. One pipe goes up in a busy shipping lane, in a busy sea, and everyone takes notice. Then you wait 17 hours to do the second — with 17 hours for people to show up and catch you running dirty? Nah, not buying it.

The Nord pipelines weren’t in use. To me, that means it’s time for maintenance! Hard to maintain pipes when product is flowing.
This self-proclaimed 'oilfield expert' apparently has never heard of timers. Also, it was three pipes. Oh, and, yes the pipelines were in use -- Putin had severely limited, but not entirely cut off, delivery.

'LawDog' reminds me of this guy:

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1081

by John D » Fri Sep 30, 2022 4:09 am

Pseudomonas wrote:
Different (plausible?) theory:

https://thelawdogfiles.com/2022/09/nordstream.html

Pseudomonas
This sounds very compelling. The Russians will never confess to the fact that they accidentally destroyed a key part of their own industry. I was struggling to explain why any country would intentionally destroy the pipeline. It is much easier to believe the Ruskies just fucked up.... haha.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1080

by Service Dog » Fri Sep 30, 2022 1:22 am

Pseudomonas wrote: Different (plausible?) theory:

https://thelawdogfiles.com/2022/09/nordstream.html

Pseudomonas

I don't know if this fallacy has a name-- but that link appeals to me-- because it simplifies Nordstream care & maintenance to 'water in the fuel line' and 'like a piston continue-ing to "diesel" even without a spark plug'. In other words-- shit I dealt with in my 2002 Sprinter van with a quarter-milliion miles on it. Thus making me feel like something-of-an-expert-myself in NG Pipelines... therefore that must be the correct explanation, because I can repeat it aloud with (dubious) smug certainty that I know what I'm talking about.


But really, tho...


https://media.patriots.win/post/FhVmtAbhjaAt.jpeg

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1079

by Bhurzum » Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:27 pm

free thoughtpolice wrote: Posting this for Classical Guitar fans here.
outube.com/watch?v=iXk_e1Lkr74
That was beautiful, the perfect start to my day.

Cheers for the link.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1078

by Steersman » Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:15 pm

Matt Cavanaugh wrote:
Steersman wrote:
Matt Cavanaugh wrote: I think the next thread title should be "Quote Fail A-Go-Go"

:) Maybe tomorrow you can wait until your coffee has finished brewing before commenting? ;)
Fuck off, steerz
:D Consistency for the win! Gotta love that! ;)

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1077

by Steersman » Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:10 pm

Pseudomonas wrote:
Matt Cavanaugh wrote:
<snip>

The transliteration in that article is kinda funny:
It may be that the United States found it necessary to put additional pressure on Chancellor Olaf Scholz in his full pants quarantine."
That's a German euphemism for he's shit his pants.

https://detv.us/2022/09/27/who-sabotage ... ort-rt-de/
Different (plausible?) theory:

https://thelawdogfiles.com/2022/09/nordstream.html

Pseudomonas
Awesome essay; looks pretty solid to me.

Expect more than a few Russians in "full pants" mode ...

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1076

by Pseudomonas » Thu Sep 29, 2022 7:05 pm

Matt Cavanaugh wrote:
Lsuoma wrote:
ThreeFlangedJavis wrote: Pesky Pronouns and Compelling Conundrums
Actually, I may have changed my mind - I've seen some pretty compelling arguments from John Helmer that it was the Polacks.
Danzig would make suitable reparations.

One problem with that theory:
Poland still owns exactly one submarine, about its condition at least according to Wikipedia complaints on the part of the crew (it is a Soviet submarine built in 1986), and no combat swimmers.

The list of possible suspects is comparatively short. Kampfschwimmer own [sic], in [German] alphabetical order, Germany, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Italy, Norway, Austria, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa and the United States.

Denmark does not have submarines, but has the advantage that the incident sites are close to its own territory, albeit outside territorial waters. Finland also has no submarines. The rest of the states on the list meet both criteria.
The transliteration in that article is kinda funny:
It may be that the United States found it necessary to put additional pressure on Chancellor Olaf Scholz in his full pants quarantine."
That's a German euphemism for he's shit his pants.

https://detv.us/2022/09/27/who-sabotage ... ort-rt-de/
Different (plausible?) theory:

https://thelawdogfiles.com/2022/09/nordstream.html

Pseudomonas

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1075

by Matt Cavanaugh » Thu Sep 29, 2022 3:20 pm

Steersman wrote:
Matt Cavanaugh wrote: I think the next thread title should be "Quote Fail A-Go-Go"

:) Maybe tomorrow you can wait until your coffee has finished brewing before commenting? ;)
Fuck off, steerz

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1074

by free thoughtpolice » Thu Sep 29, 2022 2:12 pm

Posting this for Classical Guitar fans here.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1073

by free thoughtpolice » Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:19 pm

Steersman wrote:
But a more plausible case is that "Russia Did It!":

https://www.polemology.net/p/sabotaging ... pelines-is

The author of that - Matt Osborne, "Conflict historian, US Army SIGINT and signal veteran" - has some interesting takes and observations on the war.
Of course Russia did it. Europe has pretty much filled enough storage for their winter needs already so Europe won't freeze in the dark this winter and change their mind about sanctioning Russian gas. No need for the US or anyone else to sabotage the line to keep the Germans onside so why would they risk Russian retaliation or all out war?

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1072

by free thoughtpolice » Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:02 pm

Steersman wrote:
Seems that the pipes are covered with several inches of concrete so "magnetic sensors" may not be very effective:
You thought that was the weak point in my Hunter did it argument?
What materials can magnets not pass through?
The short answer is no, there is no shield or substance that will effectively block magnetic fields as such. You can however redirect the magnetic field lines, which is what some people call magnetic shielding.
Touche! And if the pipes are stainless steel they are the type of stainless that is magnetic..
See? I've done thorough research on this theory. If you see Carlson or the Gateway Pundit publish this story just remember who came up with it first.

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1071

by Steersman » Thu Sep 29, 2022 12:51 pm

free thoughtpolice wrote: You heard it here first. Hunter Biden bew up the pipeline. He sent in a crack team of crack whores posing as innocent fun loving lowlifes on a 150 foot party boat complete with naked waterslides and sent down anti ship mines rigged to sink and its magnetic sensors enabled it to accurately place the explosives on the metal pipeline.
His motive?
It could be that he wanted his company Burisma to take over Gazprom's ex customers and ensure that Gazprom can never get them back.
It could be he never got the money he was pledged by the mayor of Moscow, is pissed and did it for revenge.
It could be he was pissed the Russians dismantled all of his bioweapons labs in Ukraine.
Or maybe he is just straight evil
Seems that the pipes are covered with several inches of concrete so "magnetic sensors" may not be very effective:

https://www.politico.eu/article/europe- ... raine-war/

Nice try though; honourable mention ... ;)

But a more plausible case is that "Russia Did It!":

https://www.polemology.net/p/sabotaging ... pelines-is

The author of that - Matt Osborne, "Conflict historian, US Army SIGINT and signal veteran" - has some interesting takes and observations on the war.

En passant, maybe you and Service Dog can take pity on those having to scroll through mountains of text on cellphones by judicious truncation of quotes and use of spoiler tags? ;)

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1070

by Steersman » Thu Sep 29, 2022 12:34 pm

Matt Cavanaugh wrote: I think the next thread title should be "Quote Fail A-Go-Go"
:) Maybe tomorrow you can wait until your coffee has finished brewing before commenting? ;)

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1069

by Steersman » Thu Sep 29, 2022 12:32 pm

fafnir wrote:
Steersman wrote: In any case, I had appealed my "conviction" but looks like I'm on the ISF's naughty step for the next 10 days:
Good luck with that. I'm sure they will give you a fair hearing.
:) As I had indicated in my screen-shot, they had denied my appeal. For rather thin "reasons". But maybe having fired a shot across their bows, maybe they'll be a bit more equitable. Though I'm not putting a lot of money on that.
A thought that has been bouncing around my head. Every once in a while, one of the International Sceptics, peace be upon them, mentions being some degree of autistic, or you find out that they are into swinging or something. How much of that place is a bunch of libertine degenerates using people, who have a blind spot for recognising degenerates, as cover to maintain some WandaVision simulacrum of a functioning community? ....

It's like looking at a model town populated with a mixture of followers of the Marquis de Sade and followers of Jeremy Bentham
:) Rather a bizarre forum in many ways. As I had suggested earlier, rather like Atheism Plus - think I had a warning or a suspension for suggesting that the mods at the ISF came from Atheism+. Not amused, I think ... ;)

But I see they have a thread on prostitution so, once I've done my "penance", maybe I'll go over there and pour a bit of salt on people's tails ...

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1068

by free thoughtpolice » Thu Sep 29, 2022 12:02 pm

A doctor goes out and buys the best car on the market, a brand new Ferrari GTO. It is also the most expensive car in the world, and it costs him $500,000. He takes it out for a spin and stops at a red light.

An old man on a moped, looking about 100 years old, pulls up next to him.

The old man looks over at the sleek shiny car and asks, “What kind of car ya got there, sonny?”

The doctor replies, “A Ferrari GTO. It cost half a million dollars!”

“That’s a lot of money,” says the old man. “Why does it cost so much?”

“Because this car can do up to 250 miles an hour!” states the doctor proudly.

The moped driver asks, “Mind if I take a look inside?”

“No problem,” replies the doctor.

So the old man pokes his head in the window and looks around.

Then, sitting back on his moped, the old man says, “That’s a pretty nice car, all right, but I’ll stick with my moped!”

Just then the light changes, so the doctor decides to show the old man just what his car can do.

He floors it, and within 30 seconds, the speedometer reads 150 mph.

Suddenly, he notices a dot in his rear view mirror – what it could be…and suddenly…

WHHHOOOOOOSSSSSHHH!

Something whips by him going much faster!

“What on earth could be going faster than my Ferrari?” the doctor asks himself.

He floors the accelerator and takes the Ferrari up to 175 mph.

Then, up ahead of him, he sees that it’s the old man on the moped!

Amazed that the moped could pass his Ferrari, he gives it more gas and passes the moped at 210 mph.

WHOOOOOOOSHHHHH!

He’s feeling pretty good until he looks in his mirror and sees the old man gaining on him AGAIN!

Astounded by the speed of his old guy, he floors the gas pedal and takes the Ferrari all the way up to 250 mph.

Not ten seconds later, he sees the moped bearing down on him again!

The Ferrari is flat out, and there’s nothing he can do!

Suddenly, the moped plows into the back of his Ferrari, demolishing the rear end.

The doctor stops and jumps out and , unbelievably, the old man is still alive.

He runs up to the mangled old man and says, “Oh my gosh! Is there anything I can do for you?”

The old man whispers, “Unhook my suspenders from your side mirror.”

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1067

by free thoughtpolice » Thu Sep 29, 2022 9:14 am

You heard it here first. Hunter Biden bew up the pipeline. He sent in a crack team of crack whores posing as innocent fun loving lowlifes on a 150 foot party boat complete with naked waterslides and sent down anti ship mines rigged to sink and its magnetic sensors enabled it to accurately place the explosives on the metal pipeline.
His motive?
It could be that he wanted his company Burisma to take over Gazprom's ex customers and ensure that Gazprom can never get them back.
It could be he never got the money he was pledged by the mayor of Moscow, is pissed and did it for revenge.
It could be he was pissed the Russians dismantled all of his bioweapons labs in Ukraine.
Or maybe he is just straight evil

Re: Back to Conspiratoria

#1066

by Matt Cavanaugh » Thu Sep 29, 2022 7:19 am

Lsuoma wrote:
ThreeFlangedJavis wrote: Pesky Pronouns and Compelling Conundrums
Actually, I may have changed my mind - I've seen some pretty compelling arguments from John Helmer that it was the Polacks.
Danzig would make suitable reparations.

One problem with that theory:
Poland still owns exactly one submarine, about its condition at least according to Wikipedia complaints on the part of the crew (it is a Soviet submarine built in 1986), and no combat swimmers.

The list of possible suspects is comparatively short. Kampfschwimmer own [sic], in [German] alphabetical order, Germany, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Italy, Norway, Austria, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa and the United States.

Denmark does not have submarines, but has the advantage that the incident sites are close to its own territory, albeit outside territorial waters. Finland also has no submarines. The rest of the states on the list meet both criteria.
The transliteration in that article is kinda funny:
It may be that the United States found it necessary to put additional pressure on Chancellor Olaf Scholz in his full pants quarantine."
That's a German euphemism for he's shit his pants.

https://detv.us/2022/09/27/who-sabotage ... ort-rt-de/

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by Matt Cavanaugh » Thu Sep 29, 2022 7:09 am

In Italy, the 'workers' parties are now supported mostly by the elite:



Oh, and Pencil Dick Pichai has started deleting Meloni's speeches on youtube.

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by Lsuoma » Thu Sep 29, 2022 7:04 am

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by Lsuoma » Thu Sep 29, 2022 6:55 am

ThreeFlangedJavis wrote: Pesky Pronouns and Compelling Conundrums
Actually, I may have changed my mind - I've seen some pretty compelling arguments from John Helmer that it was the Polacks.

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by Matt Cavanaugh » Thu Sep 29, 2022 6:54 am

I think the next thread title should be "Quote Fail A-Go-Go"

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by Matt Cavanaugh » Thu Sep 29, 2022 6:53 am

ThreeFlangedJavis wrote: [quote=Lsuoma post_id=512749 time=1664338149 user_id=2]
Matt Cavanaugh wrote: Holy shit -- we blew up Nordstream.
Yep. Navy Seals is my guess. Force the Krauts to knuckle under to US hegemony. The way that the US has pushed the EU to shoot themselves in the face is remarkable indeed!
Now I get the thread title!
[/quote]

It's elementary, TFJ. What's your theory?

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by fafnir » Thu Sep 29, 2022 5:17 am

jet_lagg wrote: Turns out I know one of the jurors for the Alex Jones trial.
Which one?

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by jet_lagg » Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:24 am

Turns out I know one of the jurors for the Alex Jones trial.

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by fafnir » Thu Sep 29, 2022 2:24 am

It's like looking at a model town populated with a mixture of followers of the Marquis de Sade and followers of Jeremy Bentham.

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by fafnir » Thu Sep 29, 2022 2:18 am

A thought that has been bouncing around my head. Every once in a while, one of the International Sceptics, peace be upon them, mentions being some degree of autistic, or you find out that they are into swinging or something. How much of that place is a bunch of libertine degenerates using people, who have a blind spot for recognising degenerates, as cover to maintain some WandaVision simulacrum of a functioning community?

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by fafnir » Thu Sep 29, 2022 12:13 am

Steersman wrote: In any case, I had appealed my "conviction" but looks like I'm on the ISF's naughty step for the next 10 days:
Good luck with that. I'm sure they will give you a fair hearing.

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by ThreeFlangedJavis » Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:27 pm

[quote=Lsuoma post_id=512749 time=1664338149 user_id=2]
Matt Cavanaugh wrote: Holy shit -- we blew up Nordstream.
Yep. Navy Seals is my guess. Force the Krauts to knuckle under to US hegemony. The way that the US has pushed the EU to shoot themselves in the face is remarkable indeed!
[/quote]
Now I get the thread title!

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by Gumby » Wed Sep 28, 2022 1:40 pm

Matt Cavanaugh wrote:
Gumby wrote: A stray cat near my place.

Stray Small.jpg
Wow. I'm gonna use that as my screensaver, thank you.
I'm honored! Enjoy.

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