posted on Apr, 27 2013 @ 10:30 PM
reply to post by Mr Mask
The problem I see with all of this is that it's based on faulty premises. One after the other they are piled on top and despite the first one being
pulled out and proven wrong, they continue.
So what is the point of this? There is absolutely no way to know if he was simply trying to remove debris from something to be used to apply to a
wound or any number of things. Ever thrown a lot of dust into the air in front of you, it tends to go everywhere. You don't often expect a mouth full
of dust. We have no context to know what he was doing, what he was seeing or what he was saying.
Yet people here are grabbing hold of it and saying it's odd, inexplicable 'drill' behaviour. Adding yet MORE rubbish to the pile. There is no
reason to look at this and ask questions unless you're looking for an answer, and as yet there is no damn question.
Everything so far has been proven wrong. Yet they ignore this, and continue to stack up their evidence and no matter how tedious and stupid the
evidence is, it's twisted to make something bigger.
There is no mystery other than why the two maniacs did this. Yet people are accusing people of being intimately involved in this as part of a
conspiracy to... something. And they're all in on it. "Why did he do it, did he not read the script?" ffs.
So forgive me if I have a short wick when this sort of thing seems to have such a huge fan base, who continually drag up proven wrong accusations, or
claim expertise on things such as "that brick looks photoshooped. I know I can see pixels".
It's proving to me that the people I once read around here, are less than mentally capable of determining reality.
This is worse than a cult. It's trying to drag any innocent person looking for answers in a mucked up world, down with them, as they drown in their