reply to post by Gando702
For a former "truther" you don't have many posts racked up on ATS. Having scanned through your posting history, I see very little to support your
claim. Actually, you seem more preoccupied with the prospect of alien visitation than 911.
Could you maybe direct us to some of your material that would be more typical of the work of a truther? It's just that I think your claim to have
been a truther is pure BS.
Also, holding an architecture degree from ASU doesn't make you an expert on anything. ASU does not to the best of my knowledge, offer an
architectural degree. They have BSDs in Landscape architecture and Architectural studies. These are NOT full Arch degrees, which usually take 5 years.
I like how you say "holds" also.This implies to me that she is not a practising architect.
I don't know what prompted you to digress from aliens to 911, and create an OP that is devoid of facts and figures and which is nothing more than a
veiled contradiction of the Truthers claims.
It's not hard to see the psychology you are trying to employ here.
You initially fraternise with the Truther, claiming to have been one and the same and describing the common practices you once shared.
Then comes the epiphany, the AHA moment, Eureka. You saw the light, all by yourself.
Next comes the self deprecation piece.Works brilliantly in stand-up doesn't it. It disarms the audience, suggesting to them "here is a guy who can
self anayze, who can be his own harshest critic". Maybe he's on to something here.
Finally the bogus story about the informed bystander (replete with non-existant degree), who calmly and knowledgebly lets you work it out for
yourself, before confirming the correctness of your radical new belief system with regards to 911.
Is this "used to be a Truther but was cured" tactic the new thing now. OSers trying to use reverse psychology.That is laughable. Whens the next
I'm calling you out as a fraud based on what I have seen so far.Feel free to prove me wrong as, unlike most OSers, I'm prepared to accept that I
might be wrong.