posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 01:53 AM
reply to post by badmedia
It's kinda funny to me now. 90% of the time before I click on a topic, I know whether questioningall made it or not. Then, I click on the topic, read
the usual stuff, roll my eyes, and have to actually tell myself "okay, read this with an open mind." Then, I get to the end, and I feel like I read
nothing at all.
Okay, let's say for a second that there's a conspiracy that it was built on purpose or for a specific, destructive purpose. What if it was? I can
understand if you were rallying up some people to write letters or start protests against these people, but what good is it going to do to argue about
it on a message board other than to earn you flags and stars? If it's true what they are doing is bad, then nothing short of a giant mass of people
living in the area will stop it. I find all this arguing about its purpose to be nothing but fluff. I wouldn't even mind the fluff if you kept it
in one topic
, but you keep making topic after topic, and day after day, I see a topic of yours on the front page -- all of which preaching some
I agree with badmedia. Why is it that popularity carries over on this site, but not credibility? Why do topics dealing with important issues get next
to no flags, yet topics full of fluff get tens and hundreds? It's bewildering.
[edit on 7/21/2009 by SonicInfinity]