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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby Nostradamus » 28 Feb 2010, 12:05

Your claim is that people should be interested in what you are interested in. If someone does not show interest in something you are interested in, then that is wrong.

That's a bit arrogant.
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby ProfWag » 01 Mar 2010, 22:31

Scepcop wrote:Prof,


Of course no one will say "I support murder". DUH! But the fact that they can never condemn authority tells you that they are biased and have an allegiance, and are not objective free thinkers. My God. DUH!


The way you formulate thoughts to form your conclusions just cracks me up Scepcop.
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby Nostradamus » 02 Mar 2010, 00:20

Good to see you post ProfWag.
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby ProfWag » 02 Mar 2010, 03:58

Nostradamus wrote:Good to see you post ProfWag.

I think it's actually better for everyone to see you posting here again. I just took a couple days off to gamble away the money the American taxpayers pay me in my military retirement income. I actually took a little home this time, though I'm not sure $64 qualifies as the "life changing" amount of winnings my astrologer said I should be expecting during my transit, but hey, she did say I would come into a great deal of money so she was partially right!
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby Nostradamus » 02 Mar 2010, 10:32

Maybe there's some numerological formula that changes the words "great deal" into 64? Could be?
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby ProfWag » 02 Mar 2010, 23:37

Nostradamus wrote:Maybe there's some numerological formula that changes the words "great deal" into 64? Could be?

Ya' know, I was born in '64. Coincidence? No way! ;-)
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby NinjaPuppy » 03 Mar 2010, 00:06

ProfWag wrote:
Nostradamus wrote:Good to see you post ProfWag.
I think it's actually better for everyone to see you posting here again.

Yes! However ND must have stored up a bajillion topics in his head while he was on hiatus. I can't keep up with his input. So many great comments, so little time (for me).

ProfWag wrote:]I just took a couple days off to gamble away the money the American taxpayers pay me in my military retirement income. I actually took a little home this time, though I'm not sure $64 qualifies as the "life changing" amount of winnings my astrologer said I should be expecting during my transit, but hey, she did say I would come into a great deal of money so she was partially right!

Isn't $64 the exact amount that Jenna charges for her in depth astrological services?
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby Nostradamus » 03 Mar 2010, 00:09

Was that astrological services or astrological ;) services?
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby NinjaPuppy » 03 Mar 2010, 00:19

Nostradamus wrote:Was that astrological services or astrological ;) services?

Are you trying to confuse me? I hope not because I'm usually confused on a daily basis without skeptic assistance.
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby Nostradamus » 03 Mar 2010, 00:39

I was just trying to verify that the services were astrological in nature.
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby NinjaPuppy » 03 Mar 2010, 00:56

Now that's the $64 question. :lol:
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby ProfWag » 03 Mar 2010, 03:42

Nostradamus wrote:Was that astrological services or astrological ;) services?

Perhaps a little of both, but since I'm not a scientist and we all know astrological services AND astrological services are both well respected sciences, I may not know for sure. ;-)
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby ProfWag » 03 Mar 2010, 03:45

NinjaPuppy wrote:
ProfWag wrote:
Nostradamus wrote:Good to see you post ProfWag.
I think it's actually better for everyone to see you posting here again.

Yes! However ND must have stored up a bajillion topics in his head while he was on hiatus. I can't keep up with his input. So many great comments, so little time (for me).

ProfWag wrote:]I just took a couple days off to gamble away the money the American taxpayers pay me in my military retirement income. I actually took a little home this time, though I'm not sure $64 qualifies as the "life changing" amount of winnings my astrologer said I should be expecting during my transit, but hey, she did say I would come into a great deal of money so she was partially right!

Isn't $64 the exact amount that Jenna charges for her in depth astrological services?

He's like a kid in a candy store since he got back!
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby Craig Browning » 03 Mar 2010, 04:37

:geek: Ok, I'm frightened!

I just read a mile long post beating a drum about how the WTC Towers were blown up and not hit my airliners :o

I mean c'mon... Bush was crooked as hell but I just can see him being that calloused :?

Ok... he wanted to play G.I. Joe and rewrite his Vietnam era screw-ups as a "pilot" so maybe he thought he needed a bogus war to do that... I'm still blaming his Dick... Chaney...

:ugeek: Ok... the facts of life are quite simple; 9/11 happened and it wasn't a conspiracy in the sense that's being presented here. IF (a very big "if") any conspiracy existed it is akin to the one tied to FDR and Pearl Harbor... it was known to be coming and nothing was done deliberately, so as to gain public support for gearing up the Industrial Military might of the Nation... that I could possibly buy into. But please don't try selling me swamp land or any other flavor of snake oil.

The Flag on the Moon Waving in the Breeze?

I'd like to know how you are seeing that to know. There were no web cams placed up there by Armstrong & Co. and I've yet to hear about any current tech that's taken a curious look... not at the cost of millions of dollars. But when it comes to the lunar landings themselves, I am compelled to believe they really happened... we may have been helped in the effort by ET, but we got there and back and then did it again... and we're presently gearing up to not just go back but to establish working communities via private and government based entities.

As I've said on other topics; weigh it all and learn from either side all you can and be willing to accept the perspectives you may not want to buy into but at the end of the day, realize that the right answer is generally located somewhere in the middle of the extremes. IN the case of 9/11 we did know something was in the works... we know that the Idiot ignored all the warnings given him by the Clinton Admin and his own Advisors... we also know that he was "promising" a was in Iraq to all his oil company supporters well before the "elections" and some rather interesting tactics took place as part of that election, to insure his being on the throne and able to make that happen... or as they say "follow the money".

Again... I feel this to be a far more believable supposition than squibs on windows and unseen detonator packs properly placed throughout the that complex so as to create the level of damage that occurred. Trust me... you wouldn't be able to ignore the amount of explosives that would require not to mention the months of planning, pre-staging work, etc. But what do I know, I was just an explosive dude with an A-6 Squadron :lol:
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Re: The True Masters of the Pseudo-Skeptics

Postby ProfWag » 03 Mar 2010, 05:32

Craig Browning wrote:
As I've said on other topics; weigh it all and learn from either side all you can and be willing to accept the perspectives you may not want to buy into but at the end of the day, realize that the right answer is generally located somewhere in the middle of the extremes. IN the case of 9/11 we did know something was in the works... we know that the Idiot ignored all the warnings given him by the Clinton Admin and his own Advisors... we also know that he was "promising" a was in Iraq to all his oil company supporters well before the "elections" and some rather interesting tactics took place as part of that election, to insure his being on the throne and able to make that happen... or as they say "follow the money".

Again... I feel this to be a far more believable supposition than squibs on windows and unseen detonator packs properly placed throughout the that complex so as to create the level of damage that occurred. Trust me... you wouldn't be able to ignore the amount of explosives that would require not to mention the months of planning, pre-staging work, etc. But what do I know, I was just an explosive dude with an A-6 Squadron :lol:

So Craig, you obviously haven't heard that they used super thermite...Boy do you have some catching up to do. :P (Or is that nano thermite, or super nanothermite, ah hell, who knows)
Still disagree with you a tad on what Clinton knew and passed on to Dubya, but you're right, the truth about what was known is gray will probably never be revealed to the satisfaction of all... (BTW, my main reason for disagreeing on that is because if Bill knew all you're saying he did, he would have killed UBL when he had the chance. Also, don't forget Dubya's Dad wanted Junior to finish his job)
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