Daily Archives: February 24, 2018

No agenda prefers death stories

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Fakeologist.com is one of the very few places in the media world that supports the positive idea that the US government or evil forces do not kill, torture, or maim its own citizens. This may be naive or delusional to some, but without proof otherwise from their media, it’s the most likely scenario. Why does everyone else, including Adam (@34:00) and John (@48:00), leading “conspiracy” podcasters (that I support), continue to want to be live that their government is willing to sacrifice a few citizens for its evil ways?

Show us the proof, go claim 153news.net $100,000 reward, and we will reexamine our position.

Otherwise, you’re complicit in spreading fear porn, which is a danger to public health.

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Save YouTube videos?

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Quick poll: does anyone watch the (removed) YouTube videos I post here? If so, is there any interest in me serving the videos at my expense so they don’t disappear?

Comment below.

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FAC433-Megachat-Is war a hoax?

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Faye, Gaia, John Adams, John le Bon, Dave J, Rollo, Phil, Justsayindude, Farcevalue on his closeness to the Florida shooting hoax. [more to come as I listen]

[anyone who can add to the notes please do so in the next post]

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i.pinimg.com/originals/2e/5b/2… Before and after the “Tokyo Firestorm”

dave jYesterday at 10:49 PM

war is a Hoax it is in fact controlled demolition and strategic relocation. DO real work(edited)

Phil BlanksYesterday at 10:56 PM

Fast Company
When a crowd is staring blankly at you, how will you engage them? Here are a few ideas for better audience engagement.

A live action role-playing game (LARP) is a form of role-playing game where the participants physically portray their characters. The players pursue goals within a fictional setting represented by the real world while interacting with each other …

February 24, 2018

Phil BlanksToday at 12:05 AM

A cargo cult is a millenarian movement first described in Melanesia which encompasses a range of practices and occurs in the wake of contact with more technologically advanced societies. The name derives from the belief which began among Melanesi…

Chris Hansen
not sure what his “real life” name is
Quotes about The Prestige[edit] The pledge of Nolan’s The Prestige is that the film, having been metaphorically sawed in two, will be restored; it fails when it cheats, as, for example, if the whole woman produced on the stage were not the same one so unfortunately cut in two. Other than that fundamental flaw, which leads to some impenetrable revelations toward the end, it’s quite a movie — atmospheric, obsessive, almost satanic. Roger Ebert, in a review for The Prestige (7 September 2007)

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