posted on May, 19 2013 @ 04:56 AM
Really now... I remember years ago, you had your often quite logical, rational fellows that would discuss topics at length, usually geo-politics, and
it was closer to what you find on random forums nowadays. You had your crazy-nutter crowd as always, where the "tin-foil hat" expression came from.
And you had your casual base that kinda dipped in and out or would discuss certain things while usually drifting to other topics.
I see now it's like a badge of honour just to point out "Well, like I think 9/11 is an inside job."
It's like, "C'mon guys I think 911's an inside job, so I'm not like some standard sheep or something!"
like... "Jeez guys, you can't think I'm not in the club cause you know, I think 9.11 is an inside job and all..."
I mean, what about some young kid just getting out in the world, he knows maybe more than his fair share, grounded more than the average Joe. Maybe he
hasn't even looked into 9/11. He doesn't have to think or "know" it's an inside job.
Hell, it could be someone who uncovered one of the biggest scandals of the last decade, maybe he never looked into it.
I don't get the badge of honour mentality. If you are discussing a completely different topic but you bring up 911 just to assert your