The Ripe for Runaway Conspiracy Theory Thread

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
31 Jan 2022, 4:08pm
JennyB wrote:
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I learn something new every day. Today I learned that per Michael Flynn, COVID was created by "elitists" in order to defeat Donald Trump.

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/worl ... 03474.html
I'm sure he meant (((elitists))). They always mean (((elitists))).
As in Moshe Elitowitz.
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This article, a profile of a Sandy Hook denier, is stomach churning: https://slate.com/human-interest/2022/0 ... iracy.html
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This article, a profile of a Sandy Hook denier, is stomach churning: https://slate.com/human-interest/2022/0 ... iracy.html
I bundle these folks right along with the "big lie" spreaders, whether they're aware of it or not, they're destroying our country. :cry:
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Flex wrote:
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This article, a profile of a Sandy Hook denier, is stomach churning: https://slate.com/human-interest/2022/0 ... iracy.html
This makes me so sick. I normally don't "personalize" national tragedies, but for some reason, I went into a severe depression after Sandy Hook. The boy whose family is targeted the most looked remarkably like VH, jr. at that age, and I didn't handle it well. Obviously, this is less than NOTHING of what that family went through. I just get so angry on their behalf that these fuckers continue to murder this poor little boy and the other kids every damn day. And they will do it again, I'm sure, with Uvalde. Look at how MTG and Boebert go after David Hogg. I hate these people so much.
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JennyB wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 2:12pm
Flex wrote:
15 Jun 2022, 3:12pm
This article, a profile of a Sandy Hook denier, is stomach churning: https://slate.com/human-interest/2022/0 ... iracy.html
This makes me so sick. I normally don't "personalize" national tragedies, but for some reason, I went into a severe depression after Sandy Hook. The boy whose family is targeted the most looked remarkably like VH, jr. at that age, and I didn't handle it well. Obviously, this is less than NOTHING of what that family went through. I just get so angry on their behalf that these fuckers continue to murder this poor little boy and the other kids every damn day. And they will do it again, I'm sure, with Uvalde. Look at how MTG and Boebert go after David Hogg. I hate these people so much.
They're attacking people who have undergone something unbelievably traumatic and they'll never fully recover from it. A decent person will respond with compassion when discussing the issue with them. You can disagree on the topic, but you express empathy for what a fellow human being has been exposed to. Mockery and accusations of faking is to deny the legitimacy of what they endured and still have to endure. Like, what kind of person responds to someone who says they don't want anyone else to go thru their trauma by saying, haha, fuck you, you baby faker?
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 2:34pm
JennyB wrote:
16 Jun 2022, 2:12pm
Flex wrote:
15 Jun 2022, 3:12pm
This article, a profile of a Sandy Hook denier, is stomach churning: https://slate.com/human-interest/2022/0 ... iracy.html
This makes me so sick. I normally don't "personalize" national tragedies, but for some reason, I went into a severe depression after Sandy Hook. The boy whose family is targeted the most looked remarkably like VH, jr. at that age, and I didn't handle it well. Obviously, this is less than NOTHING of what that family went through. I just get so angry on their behalf that these fuckers continue to murder this poor little boy and the other kids every damn day. And they will do it again, I'm sure, with Uvalde. Look at how MTG and Boebert go after David Hogg. I hate these people so much.
They're attacking people who have undergone something unbelievably traumatic and they'll never fully recover from it. A decent person will respond with compassion when discussing the issue with them. You can disagree on the topic, but you express empathy for what a fellow human being has been exposed to. Mockery and accusations of faking is to deny the legitimacy of what they endured and still have to endure. Like, what kind of person responds to someone who says they don't want anyone else to go thru their trauma by saying, haha, fuck you, you baby faker?
Miserable fucks. And not miserable in a good way like we are.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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Its surely a tough time to be identifying as a lizard.

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revbob wrote:
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Its surely a tough time to be identifying as a lizard.
Republicans will get in again and the lizard brains will rule.
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revbob wrote:
02 Nov 2022, 6:59pm
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Its surely a tough time to be identifying as a lizard.
I'm sure losing the Queen was tough on the lizard people community.
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"And so the sailor goes, 'I don’t know, but it’s driving me nuts!'” - Woodrow Wilson to David Lloyd George, Paris Peace Conference, 1 February 1919

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