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posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:38 AM
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I just read all your comments and have to say you made me laugh a lot

Cheers.

If you're not parodying the usual lunatics and are serious with your comments then I don't know what to say, pretty sure you're taking the piss though.






posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:41 AM
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reply to post by voidla
 


You seriously think I am Merriman?



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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reply to post by GaspardUlliel
 


It crossed me mind. Was silly of me to think that!



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:46 AM
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Oh, well, since you're right on everything you have stated so far. I guess I am him. This comes as a surprise to me, for I didn't know.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:48 AM
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No need to be silly
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posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:51 AM
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Originally posted by voidla

Yes. Your comments were untrue. Sorry you have to hear that from someone other than yourself.

"There were illuminated horizontal 'wheels' in the stadium that resembled the Bruegel paintings." Great, it resembels something. I resemble another human being. Am I them? Nope.


I didn't say they were the wheels from the painting themselves. That would be crazy as the wheels were from Bruegel's imagination. Are you seriously saying that I was claiming the 'wheels' were someone magicked out of a painting and somehow made real as opposed to being things that looked like the painting? And you accuse me of trolling?


"A black taxi in EastEnders is more often than not used to represent someone leaving Walford/London." Nope. Black taxis are iconic for London. Just like yellow taxis are famous for being New York taxis. They do not signify anything to do with leaving. Or are you ignoring when someone enter Eastenders in a taxi. (I mean seriously, you're using Eastenders as a source?)


So the London 2012 Olympics couldn't make a point specific to London or British culture, evenwhen the organisers or the ceremonies have said it's about representing British culture? Seriously? As for leaving or entering. It was the closing ceremony: the whole thing was about endings and leavings.


"Pete Townshend was done for paedophilia." Hitler was done for the murdering of millions of people. See, I can bring up pointless things too.


Was Hitler in the ceremony? No, but Churchill, the man who defeated him, was. Why was Churchill there? Because Churchill is/was relevant with his hat and cigar and rude fingers. Townshend was there because he's relevant and the last thing he did of any relevance or note was to be questioned over child porn images in Operation Ore.


"George Michael wore an 'out of character' weird skull belt." The man has recovered from pneumonia. He is 49 years old. A skull is a skull. It is used in fashion. Nothing more.

Fashion or Olympic fashion? I asked another poster this same question, if you were doing a 'turn' at the Olympics, would you think 'I'll wear that skull belt even though I've never been associated with that kind of imagery or fashion before!" It's unlikely to say the least. Also, all fashion is about making a statement - it's just a case of determining what that statement is. Fashion FACT.


"People were literally communicating with a recording of a dead man (Freddie Mercury, a known Zoroastrian who died of an AIDs-related condition) akin to a seance." Erm. See this is where you need to do research. A moving image of someone who is dead, is not a seance. It is not communication. It is a moving image.


Maybe you need to do research. A seance is a communication with the dead. All I saw last night was a stadium full of people engaged in a singing 'call and response' for a few minutes where the 'leader' sings/says something and the rest say it back. It's a form of singing/communication/story telling/prayer found all over the world. Ever said 'Amen' in church? Call and repsonse in action (and also tying-in to the supernatural).


"All the lyrics I quoted are from the songs and were quoted in the context they were played/sung." All the songs used at last night's ceremony were famous and British songs. Nothing more, nothing less. We may not have songs singing about love and rabbits all the time, so when that happens we may have to use a song with lyrics that aren't too happy. I mean, do you conclude every break-up song is the suicide note of the artist? (Do not use that as a conspiracy, please.)


Of course all the songs were British. I'm not crazy. However, there were lots of British songs that didn't get included, so why select the ones they did? Why 'Waterloo Sunset' (which I mentioned about paradise, setting suns, end of days and 'not being afraid') and not something like 'Victoria' (from 'Arthur...') which exposes the reality of British society and they way that the elite shaft the poor? Did they roll a dice?


"Matt Bellamy is a conspiracy theorist and Brian May's track suit had buttons." You're a definite troll. I really hope ATS removes you and any other accounts you have.


Where's the trolling in this? Matt Bellamy is a conspiracy theorist. I'm fairly sure there's been threads on here about his music (muse-sick, Muse being the name of the band) before and there's been loads of internet discussion elsewhere about his writings. A conspiracy theorist writing and performing the official Olympic theme and I'm trolling for pointing it something as notable as that? I bet you went bananas when Robbie Williams joined ATS, or was that 'trolling' too.

And you accuse me of 'disinfo'?
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posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:52 AM
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Non Monsieur. I am not being silly. I am thankful that you opened my eyes and I saw the truth. I guess everybody knows of my dirty deeds now. I knew it would come to this eventually.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 08:59 AM
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First point - I said resembles.

Your second point is irrelevant. They were showing off taxis. You seem to forget the taxis the Spice Girls entered in. They were colourful. Or are you just concentrating on one thing in an entire show?

Townsend point - still irrelevant. If you want to elaborate, on whatever it is you're trying to grasp at, awesome!

Fashion point - you still wear your childhood clothes? No? Weird isn't it how you change clothing over the years.

Seance point - that wasn't communication. No matter how much you wish it was, it isn't possible. They were mimicking a response, out-of-sync, may I add.

Music point - and like I wrote, we haven't got songs about how great life is in the UK and how amazing and perfect everything is. People sing about (to some people) sad things. What happened is, those songs became very popular. The song by the Spicegirls/1Direction/FatboySlim/Jessie J/Tine Tempah/etc are not related to your straws, about how they're symbolising 'the end'. Or whatever you think they mean. They're British songs. They're extremely well known. Nothing more.

Final point - ah, so you're not clearing up "Brian May's track suit had buttons." Okay. Matt Bellamy being a conspiracy theorist is irrelevant. Or would you like to elaborate?
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posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 09:00 AM
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Of course you are! Not being serious must mean you're being silly! Or rude. Pick either of those.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 09:04 AM
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reply to post by voidla
 

Désolé, I am attacking you on my other account. I hope for forgiveness...I just don't enjoy being falsely accused of being a troll.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 09:06 AM
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Decorum!

Or drop it. I don't know. It's really up to you.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 09:23 AM
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Originally posted by voidla
Final point - ah, so you're not clearing up "Brian May's track suit had buttons."


That was just a passing comment or do you think everything people say or do has significance? Other posters commented on the fact Brian May no longer dyes his hair. Do you think they're trying to make some point about the Illuminati or PTB or something? I think you're looking for things that aren't there now.



Okay. Matt Bellamy being a conspiracy theorist is irrelevant.


Matt Bellamy being a well-known conspiracy theorist is "irrelevant" and writing the official song and performing at the biggest single event happening anywhere in the world at that moment in time is "irrelevant" on a CONSPIRACY BOARD? A board specifically for conspiracy theorists? A well-known conspiracy theorist is "irrelevant" to other conspiracy theorists?

Ohhhkaay... backs away from the thread, slowly
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posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 10:12 AM
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Ah. You weren't being serious. About anything!

Haha. Good one dude!



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 10:15 AM
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Originally posted by voidla
reply to post by Merriman Weir
 


Ah. You weren't being serious. About anything!

Haha. Good one dude!


No, I was being serious. "dude"


you've made some fairly serious accusations on here so far ("disinfo", "multiple-accounts" &c) and yet not really contributed anything yourself.
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posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 10:41 AM
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Wow you made this thread a hit.Thanks for all the info and commentary.
Stay off the meds but get your proper nutrition.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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It took you a while to figure that out...



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 10:55 AM
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So, We made it through the Olympics WITHOUT an explosion or false flag.... All the "hooplah" over the hidden signs and signals; the commecials; the stadium lighting; the video games; and I'm sure I'm leaving out other things.. Did "we" scare off the Illumanati from going through with the bombing at the olympics???



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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I had the biggest laugh reading your posts! I cannot believe someone can actually overthink and analise completely EVERYTHING in life?

Jeez man, cool aid for you!



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 11:31 AM
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Yes they are Sikh and I am so gla dthey included them and the bollywood dancers as it is part of the modern culture of the UK,

Yes turbans are used by many different cultures and the way the Sikh wrap their turbans is also a very particular way.



posted on Aug, 13 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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dude why everything has to be with some reference to the US? Some of you are quite paranoid

303 as 303 games of the Olympics....





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