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navari
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 12:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hocus Locus wrote:
Thanks for the TJ proxy relays CB... but you can tell a lot about people by what they say immediately upon being booted from a tavern and he's not taking it very well. If the next installment is like the last, I won't thank you for the next one. It's getting like the soaps in here, all these people sniping about other people within their earshot. Just why is it so important to do that? As if there's no other tavern down the road. Or a reason that this one is of particular interest.

Thanks for the sane post, Hocus. I certainly should take some responsibility
here for feeding the animals. I actually thought we'd get somewhere, but I
now clearly see how I was leading this thread down a less than productive
path.

I have, however, taken away from this thread a reminder of my disdain for political
double speak. After being away from this language, one can forget just
how draining and empty this communication technique can be.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 7:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I told you the CIA wasn’t shit. There nothing but a bunch of ignorant ass nerd jerk off’s who don’t know there ass from a whole in the ground.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 9:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

zak247 wrote:
I told you the CIA wasn’t shit. There nothing but a bunch of ignorant ass nerd jerk off’s who don’t know there ass from a whole in the ground.

Careful what you say, now. There might be ladies present.

[glances about]

Awww shit... they've all gone off again.
Sorry about that. As you were mate. Go on.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 9:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

yo Hocus, what's wrong with the baby hamster and his sick making kicky legs ? huh ? Embarassed

organically raised broccoli fed hamster ? delicious Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

matt wrote:
yo Hocus, what's wrong with the baby hamster and his sick making kicky legs ? huh ? :oops:
organically raised broccoli fed hamster ? delicious :lol:

Well I guess I'm a bit touchy because... I had actually converted it to .mp4 format and saved it to disk.

For the future generations, of course.

((( Ivy Converter seems to work well BTW, to peel away the no-can-do-bub Flash obfuscation tricks and rebind into std video )))


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

cool tech info there Hocus, me thankie



i know we shouldn't feed the bears, but he's sooo
cute, just look at how he holds that broccoli Wink

just one more...in a junk [politics] food stylie - in reply to revolution
next
: tired pepsi commercial attempt at watering down ?

and: isn't that an old fajita wrap fished out of the bin
and (GMO tortilla) re-wrapped ?...smells a bit off to me


the governments just get sicker as they get bigger, government is a
pustulent sore, fed by the diseased diet of corporations' food, and one
auto air freshener in the midst of a landfill cannot hide the stench
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Like sand through the our glass these are the Days of our Lives

Soap Opera HUH!!
and held in a Tavern
I think I'll get me a pint!
You may call me Cliff Clavin perhaps.

Hey Hocus,
I took no offence by your comment earlier and no one had come to my home yet to haul me off to Rex 84 either.
So I guess I'll have to hang around a while.

I am watching the Yes men. Some funny shit!
Cheers and bottoms up!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2007 1:48 pm    Post subject: Re: "Peer Review" in 9/11 research Reply with quote

As Fetzer is the topic of this thread, then I'd like to address here his
recent reply via CB_Brooklyn...


CB_Brooklyn on behalf of Fetzer wrote:
source: http://www.911researchers.com/node/339#comment-2665

"Peer Review" in 9/11 research
Submitted by Jim Fetzer on Wed, 2007-03-28 20:40.

Peer review is the common practice for publication in the humanities and the social sciences as well as the natural sciences, so it is misleading if not simply confused to suggest that the key characteristic of natural science is "peer review". (Replication is closer to the heart of the matter; peer review works only when the referees are competent and objective.)

While finding reviewers who are totally independent of said subject matter
may be a challenge, especially with subject matter so pervasive as 9/11,
it is critical that peer reviewers provide transparency by disclosing past &
current projects, relationships and funders. This then gives the reader
the opportunity to draw their own conclusions about the peer review and
reviewer.


CB_Brooklyn on behalf of Fetzer wrote:
It is especially duplicitous to suggest that a group of your buddies is an appropriate group to conduct "peer review"

Of course. This is unacceptable.

CB_Brooklyn on behalf of Fetzer wrote:
From the beginning, I told Steve that he needed to "beef up" the editorial board for THE JOURNAL OF 9/11 STUDIES, which, so far as I have been able to discern, he has not really done.

Quite frankly, I am not interested in what you think about Mr. Jones. That
was not the issue that I raised earlier in this thread. My post was
directed at the:

(i) need for peer review;
(ii) importance of presenting information as simply that, "INFORMATION,"
until it is properly vetted via professional, independent and objective peer
review analysis.

Instead, in sentence 3 of your post you begin a review of Mr. Jones'
practices and do not move away from this topic for the rest of the post
(3 more paragraphs).

While I have little experience with you, Jim, I find your post amateurish
and personal. Why would someone who claims to be invested in science
take such an "a-logical" approach in their answer?

Personally, I am not that interested in the details of 9/11. It is not something
that I believe is necessary to move forward. I believe we already
have a thorough enough understanding of current geopolitical dynamics
to realize that we need RADICAL changes and that these changes must
commence IMMEDIATELY. But if you wanna continue to move down the
9/11 forensic road and take a whole bunch of "your" listeners with you,
then at least run a damn investigation that you can be proud of or get
out of the way.

This amateur hour stuff is really tough to watch from the sidelines.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2007 4:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

zak247 wrote:
I told you the CIA wasn’t shit. There nothing but a bunch of ignorant ass nerd jerk off’s who don’t know there ass from a whole in the ground.


That's worth repeating. Their corporate culture of unskilled incompetence is their constant undoing. Nothing to fear here folks... move long.
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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

obeylittle wrote:
zak247 wrote:
I told you the CIA wasn’t shit. There nothing but a bunch of ignorant ass nerd jerk off’s who don’t know there ass from a whole in the ground.


That's worth repeating. Their corporate culture of unskilled incompetence is their constant undoing. Nothing to fear here folks... move long.


Worth bumping this thread. I like the idea of this joint being Fintan and Kathy's joint and they can bump whoever the eff they want out the door.

Damn, there were some interesting posters "back in the day!"

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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fintan and kathy are Ok in my book or Think Pad or virtual Human simulating device...
Dam! I'd like to kick my sorry ass out the door every now and again.

Shocked Laughing

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