The questions don't seem to add up to a million.
My question 1: That's his real voice?
1. Fire can't melt steel or explosives.
2. Have you ever seen a building fall like that after being hit by huge jets?
4. WTC was made from school buses. Buses don't do that.
3. Check out other conspiracy theories. They match up!
7. Arabs can't even do math right let alone complicated plans.
Oh there are at least 999,993 more things.
at 1:02 I had my lighter out
Produced by Tim and Eric.
|Jet Bin Fever |
He's captured the easy listening crowd.
|The McK |
The perfect preload.
|Void 71 |
Parts of this song would fit comfortably next to Bryan Adams, Don Henley, String and Richard Marx on VH1 or an adult contemporary radio station circa 1988.
Pretty catchy tune. I was humming it around the office until I was ordered to stop by Homeland Security.
You just can't find eyes that blank and aggressively pretentious out of anywhere but Scientology these days. Bravo, Loose Change. On that note, has anyone realized the true profit raping potential of these people yet? It's like you wouldn't even have to try.
Also, not enough evil, horrible stars for visual references to The Matrix. Wake up those sheeples!
Loose Change was just a hodgepodge of research from other conspiracy theorists. Those guys get too much credit. They were late to the party.
If you want to find the roots of it, watch The Truth and Lies of 911 by Mike Ruppert. That guy was and ex-LAPD police officer and the least insane of the the early 911 conspiracy theorists. He never got into controlled demolition, the no-plane stuff or any of the wackier theories. In fact, he ended up abandoning the whole movement in 2004 when he saw where it was heading. Now he just talks about peak oil and how the world needs to be depopulated if the human race is to survive.
This is probably the wrong place to post this, but any mention of Loose Change awakens my inner conspiracy connoisseur.
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