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Originally posted by defcon5
reply to post by EvilTwin666
Maybe one of the janitors there enjoys reading ATS during his lunch break, or a normal employee. Could be something as simple as an executive getting a wireless router to use with his laptop, not knowing that he has to shut off broadcast, and someone across the street linking in without his knowledge. Crap like that happens all the time around here.
That is something I will never understand about ATS, why does the most spectacular answer always the first one presented when there are often more mundane answers that are even more plausible.
Originally posted by EvilTwin666
Do you really beleive any of what you have written as it sounds to me like a far fetched conspiracy theory to hide simple logic.
How would a Janitor use a PC at the World Bank ?
Do the World Bank have such lax security like you are saying ?
Originally posted by CaptainAmerica2012
Why do People who Ridicule Conspiracy Threorists Hang out in 911 Forums and on ATS?
"You can no more have a truther in the White House than you can have a Holocaust denier — a person who creates a hallucinatory alternative reality in the service of a fathomless malice."
"But on the eighth anniversary of 9/11 — a day when there were no truthers among us, just Americans struck dumb by the savagery of what had been perpetrated on their innocent fellow citizens — a decent respect for the memory of that day requires that truthers, who derangedly desecrate it, be asked politely to leave. By everyone."
Originally posted by weedwhacker
For Game_Over, and others...do any of you think the recent surge in the 'conspiracy' traffic is due in large part to the fact that YouTube is a relative newcomer to the Internet World?
I seem to recall a very old computer term, back from the 1960s, when computers were still only the realm of nerdy programmers, and technicians:
'GIGO' -- Garbage In, Garbage Out.
How true that seems, even today.