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So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Killtown » 10 Dec 2009, 12:48

in terms of medical scams. Right skeptics?
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Nostradamus » 10 Dec 2009, 13:10

How are you measuring success?
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Killtown » 10 Dec 2009, 13:14

Nostradamus wrote:How are you measuring sucess?

First of all, don't call people "idiots" when you can't even spell "success."

In terms of "success," Homeopathy industry has been around for a long time, is continuing to grow in popularity, and has made billions of dollars, so would that make it the most successful "medical scam" in history? Definitely at the top?
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Nostradamus » 10 Dec 2009, 13:30

Still haven't defined success.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby ciscop » 10 Dec 2009, 14:27

Killtown wrote:
Nostradamus wrote:How are you measuring sucess?

First of all, don't call people "idiots" when you can't even spell "success."

In terms of "success," Homeopathy industry has been around for a long time, is continuing to grow in popularity, and has made billions of dollars, so would that make it the most successful "medical scam" in history? Definitely at the top?


who cares about spelling?
when one endorses jesse ventura like you...

then again..
homeopathy is from the 1800... there´s gotta be treatments older than that, that people are still using
is hard if you dont tell us what success means for you
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Nostradamus » 10 Dec 2009, 22:59

Interesting. The only place I used the word idiots was in the case of the no-planers who are idiots.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby NinjaPuppy » 10 Dec 2009, 23:18

Nostradamus wrote:Interesting. The only place I used the word idiots was in the case of the no-planers who are idiots.


Yes. I noticed that. It seems we had a bit of spillover last night where topics seemed to flow like glowing molten steel from thermite. Please keep on topic.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Nostradamus » 10 Dec 2009, 23:47

How is success being measured?
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Killtown » 12 Dec 2009, 09:00

Nostradamus wrote:How is success being measured?

I already told you. Please tell me you're not that dense.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Nostradamus » 12 Dec 2009, 09:54

Denseness is yours. I asked for a measure of success and you have not supplied anything.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby NinjaPuppy » 12 Dec 2009, 20:14

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Killtown - Please stop with the name calling.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Killtown » 16 Dec 2009, 04:52

Nostradamus wrote:Denseness is yours. I asked for a measure of success and you have not supplied anything.

3rd post.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby ciscop » 16 Dec 2009, 09:22

Killtown wrote:
Nostradamus wrote:Denseness is yours. I asked for a measure of success and you have not supplied anything.

3rd post.


so... still you avoid the topic of how to measure success :-s
who would say? a conspiracy theorist avoiding a simple request

:cry:


by the way
i was taking a look at your website
wow... i just dont get the 9/11 truthers... is pointless :-s
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby Killtown » 21 Dec 2009, 14:11

Funny how skeptics despise homeopathy so much, but can't answer my simple question.
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Re: So Homeopathy would be the most successful 'scam' to date

Postby ciscop » 21 Dec 2009, 14:30

Killtown wrote:Funny how skeptics despise homeopathy so much, but can't answer my simple question.


well if you believe water is magic
then thats your problem
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