Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Three cheers for Sarah Palin! or, breakdown of ten reasons not to vote for Sarah Palin.

I'm so happy. I was wandering around tonight, looking for incriminating evidence against global warming, and I accidentally ran into a list of ten reasons not to vote for Sarah Palin.

It makes me happy because I agree with eight out of ten of these things. That's more than McCain got. I hope she runs for president in 2012. Well, let's get started on the list.

1. She is presently under investigation in Alaska for abuse of power.

La-de-da. I saw the article. It wasn't much to see.

2. She believes creationism should be taught in public schools.

Excuse me while I sing the hallelujah chorus. There's more basis for Creationism then Evolution, and evolution is still held up as the infallible truth. If the earth was really that old, how do you explain the fact that the earth's magnetic rays aren't completely gone by now? (I've got three other examples. Leave a comment about it. I'll be glad to share.) Anyway, I hope this comes to pass.

3. She is opposed to abortion even in cases of rape and incest.

Two wrongs don't make right. This is odd. I haven't thought much about whether it's okay to have an abortion if you've been raped.

Oh wait, I just realized, murder is always wrong. Moving on.

4. She strongly supports big oil. (her husband works for oil company BP)

Big oil isn't the problem, morons. -_-' Also moving on...

5. She has no federal or international experience. Prior to being governor (for less than two years) she was only the mayor of a small Alaskan town and a beauty queen!
Barack Obama has no experience either, and that doesn't stop everyone from holding him up as the ultimate person who's gonna save us all. (He was only in the Senate for 143 days before he began running for president.)

6. She believes global warming is a farce and is opposed to listing the polar bear as an endangered species.
Hallelujah!!! Please excuse me while I go sing the chorus again! Global warming is Al Gore's political tool, always has been, and media bought into it and sold it. Many scientist disbelieve the Global Warming farce, also. Don't believe me? Click here.

7. She supports drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and anywhere else big oil wants.
Do you know what this means? It means we won't have to pay $4 a gallon for gas.

8. She supports Pebble Mine which will destroy the richest salmon run in the world.
Don't know what this is. (Probably jobs for people.) Skipping it. But I will say I don't want to see the salmon go away.

9. She supports aerial shooting of bears and wolves even though Alaskans voted twice to ban the practice.
I heard it described in the news article I looked at as a 'predator control program.' Makes sense to me. And if it was banned twice, WHY are you bringing it back up now?

10. She used $400,000 of state money to fund a media campaign in support of aerial shooting of wolves and bears.
Once again, la-de-da. Don't know much about it, don't really care.

And that's the list, and my opinion on these things. I've stuff to do, so I'm gonna get going.


McCain & Palin for the presidency, 2008!

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Back to Normal

Okay, so the blog isn't COMPLETELY back to normal yet... the only thing I did was some work on the song list, but it will be... eventually.

The banner, though, won't be down until later this month. And I may keep some of those patriotic songs on the list, too.

Come to think of it, the only other thing I changed was the banner....never mind.

That's all for now, folks. Have a nice Saturday!

-The All Real numbers Symbol

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Debunk 9/11 Conspiracy

According to Wiktionary, the verb debunk means to expose or discredit exaggerated claims about something.

Now I know why they call it 'debunk 9/11 conspiracy theories.'

This is going to be a hard post for me to write. It's hard to not stoop to name calling, and also to not rip people's heads off and ram the truth down their throats.

I hate 9/11 conspiracy theories. I really can't describe how much I hate those things. What strikes me as odd is the fact that so many people get sucked into this crap.

I ran into the conspiracy theory long ago during my 9/11 research. At that time, because I could only barely remember the attacks, I was mostly unbiased towards what I was learning. So when I began researching, I decided that to be fair, I'd better look at the conspiracy theory, too. So I found two websites and took a look at them.

The first was run a guy known mostly as 'Agent Smiley.' This guy freely admitted to being an anarchist. After that, any doubt I gave him got tossed out the window. I don't like anarchists.

The second moron hid behind internet annonimity to a point of stupidity. Things from his site read as 'this is the FBI agent who thinks that 9/11 needs to be investigated' and 'this is the Bush aide who thinks 9/11 was a conspiracy.' No names were ever given. And the guy who ran the site? 'A family man and a lawyer.' He didn't even get an internet name.

Good grief.

I don’t want cloak-and-dagger, morons, I want facts. None of you have been able to give me that, which is why I doubt you so badly.

Now, let's look at something some people hold up as a fact: a stupid video called "Loose Change."

(What a dumb name. Who named that thing, anyway?) . I didn’t have time to watch the whole video – it was over an hour long – but I watched the first three minutes. Here is my response to that video (those first three minutes, anyways):

You morons. You’re trying to pull a conspiracy theory out of that? Go read Out of the Blue by Richard Bernstien. I don’t doubt that this country made mistakes before and on that day, but you’ve got NOTHING.

The greatest ‘I can’t believe what I’m seeing’ moment of Loose Marbles Change?

“Dedicated to Lives that were Lost on September 11.”


Now let’s look at some comments on the YouTube version of Loose Marbles.

I couldn’t find the comment I wanted, but the gist of it was that the government can’t get rid of the morons responsible for Loose Marbles because if it does, than everyone will know that they were responsible for 9/11.

That is insane. You’re trying to convince people that Loose Marbles is true, which means that the government has enough skill to kill off nearly 3,000 people AND keep that information out of the hands of the general public, and yet they can’t get rid of the moron who concocted that piece of trash and his little website? Think about it.

If you're wondering about Loose Marbles, I suggest that before you go to YouTube, You go to this site here. It's one of the best for debunking Loose Change. The only problem with this site is that the person doesn't understand how Glenn Beck uses sarcasm. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE COMICS AT THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE PAGE. Particularly the ones on the bottom of the page.

Over you can find the Loose Change guide. I like what I see, therefore, I encourage you to also check it out.

Yes, I like my large, attention-grabbing hyperlinks. Now what's left on my list... Ah yes, the sites that tell the truth.

Over here you can see the Popoular Mechanics report on 9/11.

Here is a site known as Debunking9/11.com. Be sure and read this, too.

The conspiracy theory has been debunked so many times it's quite sad people still buy into it. The irony comes from the fact that to make the conspiracy work, CTists have to contradict themselves. (The YouTube comment. Yes, I couldn't get the EXACT comment, but with over 11,000 comments to look through, it was unlikely I would.)

Well, the day is coming to close. I've spent most of the afternoon working on this thing. I'm proud of myself, since I only used names a couple of times, and I didn't rip people's heads of in the end. If you want, you can point out evidence that I haven't covered that will help prove the CT. I will do my absolute best to debunk it.

May the vitims of 9/11 never be forgotten.


Monday, September 8, 2008


Alright, I'm in the middle of a somewhat important project, so I'll have to make this quick and get back to work.

The new banner is up (but you knew that), and if it seems slightly larger than my normal banner, that's because it is. The normal banner should be back sometime after this week.

And the song list will be back, too. It's time to be patriotic. Besides, most of theses songs were written after 9/11 anyway. Try number 1, it's one of my favorites. My favorite line is "I pledge allegiance to this flag. And if that bother you, well that's to bad."

I love that mindset.

Anyway, I'll get a couple more paragraphs done on my project, then start drafting my 9/11 post to go up here.


But if you've got pride and you're proud you do, hey, we could use some more like me and you.Where the stars and stripes and the eagle fly.

Monday, September 1, 2008

The Funk is a Good Thing!

And I discovered this without having to pay for expensive therapy. ^.^

Alright, the deal behind this is the fact I have done alot of research about 9/11. That research would always leave me slightly irritated, depressed, and rather angry.

Last night I wanted to explain some changes I'd made around here for September. These are all results of the 9/11 research. However, even writing that simple, short post, put me in my Funk.

So, I decided to do something about it. I got out my notebook, and began to write.

Why does doing this research make me feel this way?

Because a group of terrorists had the gall to come over here, hijack some planes, and use them to attack us. That pisses me off.

Because I'm equally pissed with a number of my fellow Americans, many of whom need some common sense instilled in their heads. Of course the government is responsible for what happened on 9/11. Of course Bin laden didn't claim responsibility for what happened. Of course it's a huge multi-corporation plot. Not.

I actually looked at the conspiracy theory back when I was doing my research, and long before I became deeply biased against the conspiracy theory. These people couldn't prove diddly squat back then, and they still can't do it now. I know. I'm still looking for proof. (There I go, back into my Funk again. I'll save the rest of this rant for later.)

So I was looking over my reasons, and the a thought occurred to me: Doesn't this stuff just mean I'm Patriotic? I think I can say with much certainty that the answer is yes.

I don't need therapy. The only thing wrong with me is that I'm patriotic, and there's nothing wrong with that. I'm happy. ^^

P.S.: Funk, in my case, defines as 'mental depression', not a 'state of fear.'