The Battle May Be Over Boys

Our distinguished friends at Infowars are reporting a CNN/New York Times poll found only 16% of Americans believe the official story about 911!

Read the full story here:

Oh dear it seems our debunkers are going to have to troll the internet harder for idiots to preach the official fairy tale to.

I mentioned earlier that Screw Loose Change (Mark Iradian filming his own descent into madness) had only 8000 views, well soon there will be less than 8000 believers in America.

Lets see our cyber pets aka stalkers aka detractors debunk this poll.

Don't count your chickens before they're hatched


Commas can be our friends.

"The battle may be over boys."

I thought, huh? People are going to battle over boys? Like soldiers or Congressional interns or what? Then the lightbulb went on:

The battle may be over, boys.


depending on if you're an overly enthusiastic truthseeker or member of congress, both make sense. But as there (hopefully) are no members of congress here, I think the spell policing is unnecessary.

Then again...


I didn't notice that until you pointed it out.

good catch cass!

nonetheless i like bruce's sentiment. positivity is our friend!


Real Truther a.k.a. Verdadero Verdadero - Harvard Task Force


if your

going to just talk about spelling and grammar please fuck off

Hey, pdoherty, like it or

Hey, pdoherty,

like it or not: he is right. I hope Andrew's examples do convince you.

And it is not only the "spelling and grammar". Some degree of style also do help along a good deal if you want to successfully present any content. (If you don't want to be successfull with your presentation, why do you talk to the public at all?)

And some grains of politeness do not harm either. And no, adding "please" to your "fuck off" does not count for politeness. Especially since I can see nothing at all in Real Truther's statement which could have provoked and deserved your outburst.

Little Pipe.