posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:34 AM
off the forum, I try not to converse about them unless someone brings something up.. and I think I just met 2 people who are members here, based on
the conversation that occured..
in regards to people laughing.. if I find myself talking to someone who laughs about my reading material, I'll usually flip the conversation to
something they enjoy, and then tear them apart with questions and ridicule their understanding... that way I prove to them I know more about what they
hold dear better than they do, thus solidifying anything else I may have to say in another topic.. though I try to be neutral during conspiracy
topics, only to gauge how hostile the other person will be, then gradually leak my true thoughts on a topic.
my main adversary is my father though... I keep trying and trying to converse with him about 9/11, mainly because my father is a very smart person,
and I want him to see, or atleast hear hos advice, though he tends to slam any conversation I may bring up on the matter.. his main arguement, which
kills me, is; "what does it matter how it happened or who was responsible? you live and move on." I told him it matters alot.. I am starting to
raise my child in this world, and if it was situation A (OS), well then I live accordingly, with some caution of others, but if its situation B
(inside), well then that changes alot, and I would have to live accordingly.. for example, voicing my opinion more, and being more active in politics
to ensure a better situation.. and if it were situation C (not A,B) well then I'll finally know the true enemy.. knowing matters.
there seems to be an ancient war of "good v. evil", and we are all in the middle of it.. one needs to know the sides before they can say where they