posted on Apr, 26 2006 @ 08:22 AM
These hoaxers love to cause a hype. That's all I think there is too it. They love to read and watch people talk about what they've said, to see what
other people think of them or that fake them.
Occasionally, one guy might do it just out of spite of a certain subject, but very rarely.
Take that 'I've been in the system for 15 years' or whatever it's called thread. If you've been reading that, I have debunked that poster a few
times. Currently, the thread is on about 21 pages, all because this guy said he had secret clearance, and people believed him and asked all these
questions. That person got exactly the reaction he was seeking. All he wanted to do was suck people in, perhaps to give him a feeling of
superiority or something. 'I'm better than these dweebs, because look what I did! I tricked them!' It's those kind of thing that really annoy
I hardly know anything about Slerpo, but I understand that it was massive when it was still believed. That Netchicken guy was behind it, I think. Does
anyone know why he did it? Purely to trick the online conspiracy community? Seems a bit of a weak reason in that case, as the hoax was a huge one.
But yeah, there is a lot of fake info out there, but I suppose that's what 'Deny Ignorance' means; not letting yourself get sucked into things
purely because of the presented information.
My 2 cents worth. Now I must now go and do one of the most dangerous tasks known to mankind to date.
edit: theres a difference between teh E and R keys?
[edit on 26/4/2006 by watch_the_rocks]
[edit on 4-26-2006 by Springer]