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If not, all you have is people that regurgitate the same idea with NO new information. This site is supposed to Deny Ignorance not perpetuate it.
Originally posted by esdad71
There is a new affliction that needs to be categorized. It is NADS or Nine-Eleven Attention Deficit Syndrome. This is a common affliction that is running rampant throughout America and ATSNN and must be contained.
People with Symptoms may present themselves in threads where they post information that has nothing to do with the thread or create a new thread that rehashes the same information.
They will accuse you, if you do not believe them, of being a disinfo agent or a CIA/Mossad operative. They will put the person who started the thread on ignore. (Classic) They will show the same picture that has been debunked over and over and over.
They will not be able to answer any of your questions but are good at cut and pasting more off subject questions for you to derail your thread and accuse you of not answering their questions before you have time to respond.
They will attack your intelligence if you misspell one word but cannot complete themselves college level sentence structure. Some will pretend to be experts or 'know someone' with no proof to back it up.
Repeated use of the words pancake, free fall, NIST,nano,thermite,thermate, Jones, never before, coincidence and cabal. However, be most careful of the split personality NADS who will create multiple user account and think you cannot determine by there writing pattern it is the same person.
Is there a cure? Is there a place that we can all get along? Yes, it is called creating new threads that look outside of the box to see if what we believe is the truth and stop beating a dead horse that died 3 years ago.
Does anyone have any thoughts on how this can be treated and are they the real disinfo agents?
Originally posted by argentusIf you could create a framework for starting again, anew, that involved true debate and not crap-slinging, I'd be very interested, and I think others would as well. A framework that encouraged people to leave their paradigms and schoolyard antics at the door.