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Old 2nd June 2013, 12:36 AM   #1
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June Stundie nominations are the best

And that's why you should put them all right here in this thread.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 02:18 AM   #2
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ander is really bustng a gut in his latest big fish thread the whole ting is a stundie for sure
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Old 2nd June 2013, 03:16 AM   #3
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* If you removed the outside walls, the walls would fall. The core would still be there. Your wiki explanation tells you right there that the walls DO NOT HOLD THE BUILDING UP like you previously claimed.

**The perimeter columns were designed to provide support for virtually all lateral loads (such as wind loads) and to share the gravity loads with the core columns*."*
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I love it when some doofus comes along and proves himself wrong, then thinks he is proving himself right.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 03:27 AM   #4
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ander is really bustng a gut in his latest big fish thread the whole ting is a stundie for sure
Anders is exempt from this thread I believe.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 05:29 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by ginjawarrior View Post
A few posts later the same guy is using Christophera's stupid concrete core pictures.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 06:37 AM   #6
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I am increasingly frustrated by the lack of public timetables for buses and trains. You can't just look at a timetable any more. You have to first enter your data. You have to say where you are travelling from and to, and what day and what time. Then they give you back a narrow selection of information to match your request. If you then change your plans, or you want more than one option, you have to make further tedious requests. Or suppose you want to know where the train stops? Not allowed, only places A and B are to be revealed to you. All else will be invisible, taken care of behind the scenes. Meanwhile they get a rough idea of everyone's future travel plans. Another valuable data collection trick? Or a way to change how we see time and place? Quite often I enter the wrong date to mess up the system.
Bold Stundie.
He puts in the wrong date so they can give him the wrong timetable??


from The Tap Blog. Lot of other random ranting in there as well.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 07:32 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Captain_Swoop View Post
Bold Stundie.
He puts in the wrong date so they can give him the wrong timetable??


from The Tap Blog. Lot of other random ranting in there as well.
Wow! That's a whole lotta crazy on that blog page!
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Old 2nd June 2013, 01:15 PM   #8
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From the same poster at that site referring to the IT contract that one of the UK Police Forces have with IBM
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Rothschild financed IBM to supply machines to the Nazis to help identify, control, and exterminate Jews. And now IBM own Avon and Somerset Constabulary. We can see where that is going then.
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I am increasingly noticing that modern towns are getting circled by ring roads or bypasses. The development goes right up to the outer road, then there is nothing on the outer side. I have new and old maps to prove it. The outer road is effectively like a wall, and the roundabouts on it provide the access points, the gates. The modern town is becoming more and more prison like. Ringroads are a good one to bring up actually. I have always likened them to killzones, areas around a fortification or strongpoint devoid of cover. But are they to stop people coming in, or going out.

Also, anyone else noticed the hardening of central reservations, surely the metal absorbant barriers would be better for safety, but then again these concrete ones with zero gaps for miles do stop people turning round, makes keeping people in line easier......
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Old 2nd June 2013, 02:06 PM   #9
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The stupid that keeps on giving.....

For your delectation I present a one time winner and multi nominated stundie machine, Ianw.

From the rant room
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=2600

In response to this picture of the Space Shuttle wrapped in polymer sheeting on Earth, he wondered the following:

"Its amazing that they was able to transport equipment around the moon set in polymer bags that never shrank despite 150 degrees of heat soaked up from the unfiltered sun light."


Presumably he thinks that to make the 'moon set' more realistic they filmed it on location on the Moon. I won't bother dissecting the idiotic misconception about 'heat' in a vacuum.
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The atom bomb hoax and the deep space hoaxes intersect once more in the atomic-age doctrine of Mutually-Assured-Destruction. A doctrine that outlines man's new power to destroy all life on earth with a major exchange of hostilities between nuclear armed nations. They estimated the stockpiles exceed the amount required to extinguish all life on earth in some post-armaggeddon nuclear winter.

This, and the chance earth might endure a cosmic collision of unspecified yield were pressing issues concerning the need to find an off world home to ensure the survival of our race.

The space age exists since near the International Geophysical Year in the 50s. In all those decades and drained public treasuries it seems no one cares about the survival of mankind. Not an inch closer to relieving any human concerns with a space-based solution.

Clearly the hallmark of a hoax. Things don't follow expected logical patterns. They can go to the moon but they fail to establish a manned outpost, duh. They have suitcase nukes but never a single accident or act of terrorism using one, duh. Big nuclear reactors that go on the blink alongside conventional plants as if they were dumping electricity not producing it, duh. Question anything that does not add up.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 03:21 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Erock View Post
For your delectation I present a one time winner and multi nominated stundie machine, Ianw.

From the rant room
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=2600

In response to this picture of the Space Shuttle wrapped in polymer sheeting on Earth, he wondered the following:

"Its amazing that they was able to transport equipment around the moon set in polymer bags that never shrank despite 150 degrees of heat soaked up from the unfiltered sun light."


Presumably he thinks that to make the 'moon set' more realistic they filmed it on location on the Moon. I won't bother dissecting the idiotic misconception about 'heat' in a vacuum.
Also his apparent assumption that all plastic is heat activated shrinkwrap.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 10:54 PM   #12
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Question anything that does not add up.
Such as his apparent inability to arrive at a logical conclusion on any matter whatsoever?
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Jesus ginja that is a stunner
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Old 3rd June 2013, 06:21 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by jargon buster View Post
Anders is exempt from this thread I believe.
I thought he had transcended this thread.
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Old 3rd June 2013, 07:41 AM   #15
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From the new font of stundies:
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To lose weight, use the stone age diet. Only eat what was available in the stone age, nothing manufactured. No bread, cake, biscuits. No sugar. No alcohol. Except on one day a week.
Nothing manufactured? So you have to hunt and gather everything?
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Old 3rd June 2013, 08:56 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Spindrift View Post
From the new font of stundies:
http://the-tap.blogspot.co.uk/


Nothing manufactured? So you have to hunt and gather everything?


He isn't the first to suggest a palaeolithic diet. Alas, as with most gimmick diets, it's been shown to be somewhat useless.
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Old 3rd June 2013, 09:35 AM   #17
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I was going to try the paleolithic diet, by my grocery store is obviously participating in the conspiracy to prevent this by refusing to carry mammoth. I'm not asking for prime cuts or anything, I'd even take mammoth burgers. But NOOO! Just ask the butcher for mammoth meat 30 or 40 times and suddenly I'M the crazy one.
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I was going to try the paleolithic diet, by my grocery store is obviously participating in the conspiracy to prevent this by refusing to carry mammoth. I'm not asking for prime cuts or anything, I'd even take mammoth burgers. But NOOO! Just ask the butcher for mammoth meat 30 or 40 times and suddenly I'M the crazy one.
I do cross fit and a lot of them are into the paleo diet. If you want to annoy a paleo eater then do the following. Pretend to be really interested in the diet and keep interrupting them with questions about what you can eat on the diet.

"Can I eat trail mix?"
"Can I eat spam?"
"Can I eat tofu?"

When that gets old try things like,

"So you gave up coffee?"
"How much time should I dedicate to hunting and gathering?"
"What should I do if I accidentally discover agriculture?"

It drives them batty.

ETA: I should explain that no one who does cross fit has ever given up coffee.
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Old 3rd June 2013, 12:03 PM   #19
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I never discover Agriculture by accident. It's always an intentional, directed research project, so that I can start working nearby grain resources and accelerating city growth.
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I seem to remember a TV documentary suggesting that one of the driving forces behind our accelerated development was when we first started cooking our food. We might lose some nutrients through cooking, but we gain a more easily digestible intake, so we get more out of what we do eat.
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What are the season dates for Folsom Point hunting?
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Originally Posted by ApolloGnomon
I was going to try the paleolithic diet, by my grocery store is obviously participating in the conspiracy to prevent this by refusing to carry mammoth. I'm not asking for prime cuts or anything, I'd even take mammoth burgers. But NOOO! Just ask the butcher for mammoth meat 30 or 40 times and suddenly I'M the crazy one.
I think they are going to try to clone a mammoth. I expect the first order of business if they do will be to see if it tastes like chicken .
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I thought he had transcended this thread.
I think he wants to be in this thread.
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I think they are going to try to clone a mammoth. I expect the first order of business if they do will be to see if it tastes like chicken .

I don't know what mammoth tastes like, but I'm firmly convinced that it's the best tasting meat ever discovered by Man.

After all, I figure there has to be a reason that we hunted them to extinction first - at a time when the Pointed Stick was the latest in High Tech. I mean, if you had a rational choice between hunting little tiny deer, or giant huge mammoths, and all you had was a pointy stick, which would you choose? I figure, the mammoth simply has to have tasted so much better, that this alone offset every other rational reason for hunting something easier.
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I never discover Agriculture by accident. It's always an intentional, directed research project, so that I can start working nearby grain resources and accelerating city growth.
It's a prerequisite for Nuclear Research somewhere down the line, I think.
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I never discover Agriculture by accident. It's always an intentional, directed research project, so that I can start working nearby grain resources and accelerating city growth.
I thought you started the game with it.
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I thought you started the game with it.
That's just crazy talk. I suppose next you'll be telling me that armies can't stack, or that cities can attack on their own.
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I am increasingly frustrated by the lack of public timetables for buses and trains. You can't just look at a timetable any more. You have to first enter your data. You have to say where you are travelling from and to, and what day and what time. Then they give you back a narrow selection of information to match your request. If you then change your plans, or you want more than one option, you have to make further tedious requests. Or suppose you want to know where the train stops? Not allowed, only places A and B are to be revealed to you. All else will be invisible, taken care of behind the scenes. Meanwhile they get a rough idea of everyone's future travel plans. Another valuable data collection trick? Or a way to change how we see time and place? Quite often I enter the wrong date to mess up the system.
Yes, the public train stops around the country are a closely guarded secret. Only the Illuminati knows where they stop... and train passengers, of course.
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Yes, the public train stops around the country are a closely guarded secret. Only the Illuminati knows where they stop... and train passengers, of course.
Or people who ask for a printed timetable at the ticket office or information desk.
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More from the rollitup thread brought to us by gingawarrior

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newtons research proves that if something hits another thing they both bounce back in equal force

so how come there where no plane parts out of the 2 million parts it takes to make one of these 60 ton beasts
Well that explains why when a bullet hits a person it just bounces off...


Newton rolls over once again...
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Originally Posted by sylvan8798 View Post
More from the rollitup thread brought to us by gingawarrior

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Well that explains why when a bullet hits a person it just bounces off...


Newton rolls over once again...
I am going to assume that all of the plane parts found, including the recent discovery of the landing gear, would just be hand waved out of existence.
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^Actually, from what I can surmise, he's saying that the parts which WERE found are suspicious because they "could not have survived the 2 week 3000 degree fire". The fact that they were not IN the fire is hand waived out of existence. I think.
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I love how no planers try to tell us why a shotgun doesn't work..

btw Biscuit, I believe it was a flap mechanism that was found, not landing gear.

Either way, reminds me of a conversation I had with a conspira-tard a few years ago who told me it was "suspicious" how the impact of UA93 left debris which directly correlated to the United paint livery. It begged the question, if the plane crashed and the debris recovered did not correlate to the alleged aircraft, would he then find that perfectly okay?
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Not a stundie but still funny (and sad) so had to be shared.

Gort apparently thinks that rebuttals are trolling while his constant insults and spamming are not. I'm curious what dictionary he uses.

Here's the funniest part
It seems I have a stalker
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I mentioned dormant trolls that would reactivate their accounts to troll this thread,or at least study it religiously.

Frenat is one of them.Usuallly he is over at UM,but also at JREF.

Alexis has been in the limelight recently:


Alexis111 and his "unique" (read wrong) understanding of the universe.
http://www.internationalskeptics.com...1&postcount=10


These gatekeepers are truly frightened by this thread.

There's several more trolls I expect to come here.We'll take them one at a time as they appear or show up elsewhere quoting our every post.
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=2645
Again it is in the rant room.

It is hilarious that he thinks anyone is frightened by his nonsense. I watch it simply to laugh at his (and others) completely wrong understanding of the universe around them. Can you imagine how much time he spends just trying to keep tabs on everyone else?

The irony is that I haven't been to that site in months. I asked to have my account deactivated and so I can't even see the rant room. I just get the occasional post passed to me by a friend.
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Old 4th June 2013, 09:20 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by frenat View Post
Not a stundie but still funny (and sad) so had to be shared.

Gort apparently thinks that rebuttals are trolling while his constant insults and spamming are not. I'm curious what dictionary he uses.

Here's the funniest part
It seems I have a stalker


http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=2645
Again it is in the rant room.

It is hilarious that he thinks anyone is frightened by his nonsense. I watch it simply to laugh at his (and others) completely wrong understanding of the universe around them. Can you imagine how much time he spends just trying to keep tabs on everyone else?

The irony is that I haven't been to that site in months. I asked to have my account deactivated and so I can't even see the rant room. I just get the occasional post passed to me by a friend.
They guy's a complete moron - I think he composes his posts in his underwear on a soapbox in front of the mirror, deafened by the roar of his adoring imaginary audience. There just isn't enough tinfoil for his hat.
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Old 4th June 2013, 10:44 PM   #36
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Accusations of being a shill/troll/disinfo agent are very common on the Icke forums, and the irony is that most of the time it's not a skeptic who's on the receiving end, but simply someone who believes in a different brand of woo. There's too much conflicting woo there!
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Old 5th June 2013, 12:28 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by frenat View Post
The irony is that I haven't been to that site in months. I asked to have my account deactivated and so I can't even see the rant room. I just get the occasional post passed to me by a friend.
If you really want to have your account closed, just post facts in one of zeph's echo chamber threads and get banned like the rest of us.
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Old 5th June 2013, 12:29 AM   #38
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newtons research proves that if something hits another thing they both bounce back in equal force
Perfect stundie.
So when I bounce a football 6 feet into the air the earth also shifts 6 feet in the opposite direction

Well I never, the earth must only stay in orbit due to people bouncing footballs on opposite sides of the planet at the same time.
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Originally Posted by ApolloGnomon View Post
If you really want to have your account closed, just post facts in one of zeph's echo chamber threads and get banned like the rest of us.
Or start asking for proof in the FMOTL section.
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Old 5th June 2013, 04:38 AM   #40
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Originally Posted by jargon buster View Post
Perfect stundie.
So when I bounce a football 6 feet into the air the earth also shifts 6 feet in the opposite direction

Well I never, the earth must only stay in orbit due to people bouncing footballs on opposite sides of the planet at the same time.
If it wasn't for misunderstanding physical laws they'd have no understanding at all.
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