Eric at DD a conspiracy theorist
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This guy is one of those people who buys into every conspiracy theory. First it was shadowy people following his "friend" who had criticized unaccredited schools, now a new American currency in the works, ... what next?

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Bear recognized that this poster isn't wrapped too tight but Unc will keep him around as a "yes man" nevertheless.
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#2
Amero? Nuts!
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As a pet owner and a new parent I can tell you that, thanks in part to the proliferation of the internet AND the idiots who fuel these ideas, this guy is par for the course.

Try this: Do a Google search for "natural health", "pet food", or "new parent" and just look at the crap that comes up. You'll find endless blogs and discussion boards with people spouting off a bunch of unsubstantiated bullshit. Things like "I read somewhere that distilled cat piss is good for inflammation" and you'll find about 50 people who have either heard of it, tried it, or say they'll try it and all because some self-proclaimed "expert" says it works. This is particularly the case with natural health -most of these jokers are self-proclaimed "researchers" by the way.

My point is that not nearly enough people properly scrutinize the information they come across which is why crap like the 'Amero' leads to nothing but senseless fear mongering.
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Gabe Wrote:As a pet owner and a new parent I can tell you that, thanks in part to the proliferation of the internet AND the idiots who fuel these ideas, this guy is par for the course.

Try this: Do a Google search for "natural health", "pet food", or "new parent" and just look at the crap that comes up. You'll find endless blogs and discussion boards with people spouting off a bunch of unsubstantiated bullshit. Things like "I read somewhere that distilled cat piss is good for inflammation" and you'll find about 50 people who have either heard of it, tried it, or say they'll try it and all because some self-proclaimed "expert" says it works. This is particularly the case with natural health -most of these jokers are self-proclaimed "researchers" by the way.

My point is that not nearly enough people properly scrutinize the information they come across which is why crap like the 'Amero' leads to nothing but senseless fear mongering.

First of all, the 'Amero' Big Grin hoax is obviously modeled after the EURO (Europa->Euro, America->Amero ).
Second, truly hate 'online experts'... Rolleyes
Most are clueless idiots who just (m)utter catch-phrases or catch-concepts they THINK are trendy ( perhaps within the $15 a year boundaries of the junk website whose residing clique they want to join ).
A jackass once claimed he was an 'aerospace engineer', another made 'sixfigures a year ' ( yaawn! ) singing boring songs at corporate events a couple nights a week...another loon had 3 millions stashed away and had grossed $400.000 in the last term...
another is a college professor...another an acclaimed novelist...who contribute dozens upon dozens of posts to discussions spanning THOUSANDS of posts!
wow...all those unemployed drunkards, janitors, mobile homeowners, welfare hogs and garbage collectors on methadone in real life and so many glamorous jobs online...

WHEN SOME JACKASS PLAYS THE 'PROFESSIONAL OPINION' CARD ONLINE, LAUGH AT HIM AND LEAVE.



A 15yo wop kid was thought to be an 'expert' for years on a big fitness forum where he acted as 'super moderator'...he not only advised about concoctions of illegal drugs, but -hear this- fooled chemical companies and business owners into sending him chemicals and products... 15yo mindless wop moron!
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ham Wrote:15yo mindless wop moron!

Reminds me of the one about Italian tires.  When dago flat dago wop wop wop wop....Big Grin
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Want to laugh?
There was one of these self-proclaimed 'top dollars' jackasses who told everybody how 'the best' had literally 'competed' to 'pave his way in gold' to the city center of Berlin from some hellhole in Alabama or something.
He was never very specific (EX: neurosurgeon ), but made it clear he was rolling high enough, mostly by inference (EX: if 'big guys' brought me from Bombingham to the center of Berlin, don't you think I am a big shot? ).
Three years later he casually remarked he had moved to Poland to teach ESL classes in a private school...
Aaaah, I see!!
The big business was teaching ESL classes...
A.A Mole University
B.A London Institute of Applied Research
B.Sc Millard Fillmore
M.A International Institute for Advanced Studies
Ph.D London Institute of Applied Research
Ph.D Millard Fillmore
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