The tinfoil hat wearing Flat Earth Society is now invading our space

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by DougM, Mar 4, 2019.

  1. RoscoeElegante

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    My brother went nuts for a while. I mean, needing extensive electro-shock therapy nuts.

    At his worst, he told me, "I know they're there because I can't see them."

    The absence of proof is proof, and proof is...proof, unless it's challenging your proof, in which case...it proves the conspiracy.

    At a certain point, you can't even try to reason with that. You just step back, hope that the inevitable explosion is as wreckage-minimal as possible, and be there for them on the other side, if they ever come out of it.

    My brother did, reverting to his usual nuttiness rather than his once-a-decade ultra-nuttiness.

    The electricity really helped, so it must've been A432, right?
     
  2. rocking rooster

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    But if we all retune to A432 where are all those spare 8hz going to go? Will there be an EU funded frequency mountain similar to the food mountains and wine lakes of old?
     
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    The phrases "fake news" and "flat earth" make my skin crawl.
     
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    And here lies the danger. We all know / know of people who had "explosions" like this. Unfortunately, one Google search will give them the support they need to dig deeper, which only make that wreckage that much larger. So what to do about it? Uh, hmmm, I have no idea. You cannot tell others they cannot post an alternate point of view.

    Well, unless they are saying that ash is not the best tonewood, then we just shut them right the he|| down! :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Sorry, the only one allowed to use a different tuning is Mr Richards:rolleyes:
     
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    I have "friends" on facebook who truly believe all this nonsense (flat earth, fake moon landing, chemtrails, etc.), and the memes are so stupid that I almost think it's a joke and the "followers" just don't get that they're being shat on.
     
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    I find that when I tune by ear it’s so pleasing that endorphins are released and I don’t drink as much.
     
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    Of course it's flat
    I've fallen off many times
     
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    I just touched the dog and got/gave a static shock. It not only hurt, but hertzed.

    Now who do I blame for THAT?

    I'm thinking that if you square Area 51 with 666.pi, and subtract all the money my beery buddies owe me, X pie (cherry, dude!), then JohnisinthebasementmixinupthemedicineI'monthepavementthinkinboutthegomment.....

    So It all makes sense, no matter what They say. Watch this, flatheads, and ITCH!

    A.K.A. Where Bono got his shades idea.....
     
  11. RoscoeElegante

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    Who, of course, is on his own planet/needs no planet to be high in space.....
     
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    The important question is not if the Earth is flat, but if it's 4 or 5 elephants that are holding it up.
     
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    Frank'n'censed Doctor of Teleocity

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    Somebody been smokin’ the wrong sh*t on 420...tinfoiled again!
     
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    If there is zinc in your sunscreen you don’t need a tinfoil hat.
     
  15. Frank'n'censed

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    Just zinc about it
     
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    Zero elephants. Earth is just floating in space.

    The universe, however, is held up by a giant turtle.
     
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    When questions like this arise, I find it good to ask, "What did Buck tune to?"
     
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    It just so happens that we watched it last night.

    I found it interesting, amusing, and depressing, all at the same time.
     
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    The phrase "Flat Earth" just makes larf. Harmless kooks.
     
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