Archive for May 25th, 2008

I’m going to add more later tonight but the kids need to go to bed now before I stroke out…

Let’s examine Specimen #1, shall we, Constant Reader?

Group wants Wi-Fi banned from public buildings

A group in Santa Fe says the city is discriminating against them because they say that they’re allergic to the wireless Internet signal. And now they want Wi-Fi banned from public buildings.

Arthur Firstenberg says he is highly sensitive to certain types of electric fields, including wireless Internet and cell phones.

“I get chest pain and it doesn’t go away right away,” he said.

Firstenberg and dozens of other electro-sensitive people in Santa Fe claim… (more)

Thanks to Gadi Schwartz and Joshua Panas of KOB.com, New Mexico

The only worse knuckle-dragging mouth-breather is one who listens to these ID10Ts.

Ok, Specimen #2… smart people who write highly intellectual papers about the stupidest things.

Temporal and Spatial Aspects of Microwave Excitation of Compact Disks

No, really, I kid you not. These guys wrote about the manner and mechanisms of disruptions to the metallic layers in compact discs that were microwaved. Oooh, perhaps I ought to write about the spatial frequency of burn patterns on observers’ faces immediately following the explosion of an egg that has been microwaved 10 minutes? Yes, we did nuke an egg for ten minutes. You wouldn’t believe how hot they get, how far scrambled egg fragments can fly, and just how much surface area can be peppered with detonated egg. Perhaps we were the ID10Ts…?

Specimen(s) #3 – But, there’s other instances which make me feel good about myself again.

Would YOU pose for a picture like this?


Again, we have to be open minded and accept that the level of stupidity, while not infinite, is pretty damned big… on to Specimen #4.

America, Israel, India Caused Tsunami

Jerusalem (CNSNews.com) – The earthquake that caused tidal waves to slam into the coast of Southeast Asia, killing at least 145,000 people, could have been the result of joint American, Israeli and Indian underwater weapons testing, an Egyptian weekly and other Arab media charged.

The earthquake struck along a known fault line deep beneath the surface of the Indian Ocean on December 26, generating 30-foot swells of water that engulfed resort areas and entire villages along the coasts of Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and India.

But in the Middle East, where some prominent figures still accuse the Israeli secret service of perpetrating the Sept. 11 terror attacks on the U.S., conspiracy theories about the tsunami disaster are taking root.

Specimen #5 – I saved the best for last. Brought to you by the same people that control our brains with microwaves and lace KFC chicken to make black men impotent. (Those were two more nutty conspiracy theory examples)

AIDS is man-made – Interview with Dr. Boyd Graves

(FinalCall.com) – After beginning his research on the AIDS pandemic in 1992, Dr. Boyd Graves discovered in February 1999 the greatest evidence, to date, of records and reports of the experiments that led to the development of what the world now knows as the AIDS virus. That document is the “1971 Flow Chart of the Special Virus Program of the United States.” Dr. Graves submitted this flowchart as evidence to the Sixth Circuit Federal Court in a case which named the President of the United States as a defendant to answer a petition acknowledging the authenticity of the Flow Chart. On January 12, 2001, the case was dismissed as “frivolous,” and then referred to the District’s Appellate Court, which ruled in favor of the lower court. Eventually, it went to the Supreme Court, which refused to hear it without giving comment as to why. Dr. Graves spoke with Final Call contributor Sultan Muhammad to explain the significance and consequences of his research.

Conspiracy theories? Coverups? Nah. They don’t exist. Neither does the shadow organization “The Lemurati”. It’s all in your head, go back to work.

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Can’t really joke about it.  Heres some footage of a tornado from the air.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.


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