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Originally posted by Dean Goldberry
This is a prime example of how there's no real, or significant enough, difference between this site and the boob tube media. Anyone else notice that the owner(s) took down the former motto "deny ignorance" from the header some time ago? There's a reason for it. Good Christ, TWO threads on this dreck in the top 4 on the home page, neither of which show any signs of, like, EVER going away.
Originally posted by lernmore
Sorry, his reaction was all too real, and not something that anyone would want the world to see. It is, however, a pretty typical response when someone loses their larger than life helium-filled UFO shaped balloon.
You won't be seeing that version on the MSM.
In my opinion, this was just balloon that floated away, that wasn't supposed to. After watching dad completely fall off his rocker like that, I think it's safe to say I'd be hiding too.
If this was some kind of hoax, I seriously doubt anyone in their right mind (you know what I mean) would want to be caught using language the likes of which I just heard around their kids.
From fake flying saucers to faux Bigfoots, some people will go to great lengths for a few minutes of fame.
Recently, Balloon Boy, the 6-year-old from Colorado thought to be trapped in his father's homemade helium balloon, made headlines, and now rumors are surfacing that the whole thing was a stunt. While nothing has been confirmed, people continue to be fascinated with myths and hoaxes, and have been for centuries.
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Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Shape shifting Hilary Clinton Reptilian
You think he posts here?