Didn't he say the stock market would "crash" on October 2nd? What happened there?
Originally posted by LowLevelMason
What are you talking about? The stock market has not crashed since the late 1980s. There was no crash on September 15th.
So someone makes 1 prediction - is wrong - and then predicts World War III and you buy it?
Some people will believe anything...
Friday October 03 2008 08:52
is that clear?
Whatever you are “speculating” in now (regardless of how your money is being speculated; ie: 401K)..
Originally posted by SuperViking
The media's job is not to be some truth-telling machine, it's a business, and the business is out there to make money. Besides that, I haven't known any major media outlet to engage in outright lies that aren't quickly retracted days (at most) later.
Originally posted by lifeform
I know this is an off topic discussion in this thread but:
Man, I guess we can just forget the media helping to spin the Gulf on Tonkin and then, years and years later even, never retracting or ammending their coverage of the event. In fact, go over the coverage of Vietnam, it's chocked full of lies that are never 'taken back'.
Or maybe the way every major television news outlet towed the line for the current administration back in 2002/2003 when the build up to Iraq was going on. Sift through that coverage, there are tons of lies.
Originally posted by SHNIPE
reply to post by Skelkie3
are you 100% sure hes actually dead? This IS a conspiracy site
I Love predictions. Anticipation is one of my favorite feelings. I cant see it being a good thing but its still "fun" to me