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Where are all these 'insiders?'

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posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 12:26 PM
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Today's story revolves around a young man called Fox (who's identity has been altered for his safety) and his story of his experience with the group infamously known as the 'insiders'. Here is the unaltered transcript of his heart braking tale:

“Well it all started when my ex girlfriend stole the remote and started watching TMZ. Then I heard about how a celebrity's loose fitting garments meant that she was pregnant, and according to an insider, the maid told him that she had morning sickness, so the rumors were somehow confirmed. It was fun, mindless drivel at the time-but I was young and reckless and didn't know any better."

"But as time went by, the insiders got a firm grip on me, and soon enough they were everywhere-in my video games, in my politics, and even in my food. Everywhere I turned there was an anonymous insider, and I couldn't shake them. At my lowest point they were even telling me that the government was working with reptilians to build giant holograms to take over the world in 2012. At that stage I knew I needed help to rid myself of this affliction."

"And I did. I am now a healthy man who ignores the lure of insiders and focuses on more credible sources for information, and I am no longer tempted by the lure of insiders and their false promises and quick fixes.”

Sadly, Fox's tale is only one of many, so if you know anyone that may be suffering from Insider Dependance Syndrome, contact a specialist and help us stamp out IDS for good.

Sorry about my approach to this rant, I had one of my De Bono hats on. Everything that Fox said was true- Many 'journalists' base stories on rumors or 'sources' to generate interest and little regard is given to the credibility or even the existence of these 'sources'. To be honest I believe some of these journalists inside sources are little more than imaginary friends, or actual friends with an active imagination.

Something about these 'insiders' doesn't sit right with me...



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posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 12:36 PM
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originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
if you know anyone that may be suffering from Insider Dependence Syndrome, contact a specialist and help us stamp out IDS for good.


Don't say that too loudly, someone might take you seriously. Then, after a year or so, we'll have a drug for it with about a hundred side effects.



Where are all these 'insiders?'


They're aliens aboard their spaceship. You hear about them all the time, but no one has ever seen one.


I don't watch T.V. anymore, I don't have the time, but I remember the days. I don't miss it.



posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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a reply to: Taupin Desciple

My god, you're right! I've just created another syndrome that could play right into the hands of big pharma! what have I done???

But my insider already told me that this malady would appear, but he called it 'Irregular Distribution of Intellect Occuring This Saturday' or IDIOTS for short. The good news is that ATS members are immune.



posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 01:09 PM
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Y'know what's really weird? Seeing teevee again for the first time in years. Especially Fox Spews or CNN. Not only are the blonde bimbo White House talking points-readers appalling in their abject cluelessness, but then there's the ADs! To listen to the demographically-driven ads on the national news, it seems that everyone who watches the news is suffering from erectile dysfunction, hemorrhoids and/or a lack of a new car in their lives.

Save your sanity and cancel your cable.



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