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  # 671329 12-Aug-2012 10:57
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KiwiNZ:
networkn:
KiwiNZ:
oxnsox: As soon as I read HARP and conspiracy in the same paragraph I go looking for my tinfoil hat


I am considering starting a Trademe store for Tinfoil hats, I could fund the wheelchair ramp I needTongue Out


How much do you require for your ramp?



$4,000 approx


Ouchy. I don't know your circumstances, but doesn't Winz normally cover this stuff, or at least part of it?

Sorry for being nosy and off topic.

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  # 671331 12-Aug-2012 11:02
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networkn:
KiwiNZ:
networkn:
KiwiNZ:
oxnsox: As soon as I read HARP and conspiracy in the same paragraph I go looking for my tinfoil hat


I am considering starting a Trademe store for Tinfoil hats, I could fund the wheelchair ramp I needTongue Out


How much do you require for your ramp?



$4,000 approx


Ouchy. I don't know your circumstances, but doesn't Winz normally cover this stuff, or at least part of it?

Sorry for being nosy and off topic.


So this thread does not go off topic I have detailed my issue here

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=48&topicid=107370




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  # 671332 12-Aug-2012 11:02
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Threads like this deserve a ban for the op.

To make them think we are in on it.



WARM UP THE HAARP.

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  # 671339 12-Aug-2012 11:07
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My only concern with threads starting like this is that the chem trails dont appear to be working.


UP THE DOSAGE!

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  # 671352 12-Aug-2012 11:12
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mattRSK: Threads like this deserve a ban for the op.

To make them think we are in on it.



WARM UP THE HAARP.


I think you might be being just a little harsh here. It has entertainment value at least :) 



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  # 671371 12-Aug-2012 12:27
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I have a facebook page as well, mine just predicted that I'm going to have pancakes for lunch. My prediction came true and was delicious: Pancakes, Maple syrup, NZ's gold medal winning bacon & bananas. Let me know if you want any more predictions and I'll see what I can do, being on a 100% success record and all....


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  # 671372 12-Aug-2012 12:34
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MULLDOOM: So if you wanna call someone a fear-mongerer or a false prophet - go to his FB page and do it.

IMHO this is nothing but a well executed troll - that is exactly what 'MC' wants you to do.


 
 
 
 


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  # 671389 12-Aug-2012 13:33
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geek4me: ...Never listen to people who harp on.


I see what you did there...




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  # 671398 12-Aug-2012 14:17
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I don't know why there is so much animosity towards this HAARP thing. Its one of my favourite live concert DVDs

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  # 671405 12-Aug-2012 14:35
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SaltyNZ:
oxnsox: As soon as I read HARP and conspiracy in the same paragraph I go looking for my tinfoil hat


As soon as I read 'predicted an earthquake' I started twitching.
Well there was a fairly large earthquake in Iran last night.




ok i'm going to predict that there will be another very large earthquake sometime in the next 6 months




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  # 671411 12-Aug-2012 14:50
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this guy is very amateur at consipiracy trolling.
His biggets mistake is making a prediction that will totally break him once it is shown to be false.

If he had left out the part about being unable to stop the quake, when it fails to materialise he could have claimed that the governments involved stopped the countdown because he exposed it (thus 'proving' his theory!) but by stating that it is impossible to stop, and specifying magnitudes he is going to be exposed as a fraud very quickly.

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  # 671447 12-Aug-2012 15:37
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If someone believed the first premise without evidence - the chance the same person will believe a subsequent conspiracy which explains the failure or partial fulfillment of the first one is also very high.

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  # 671454 12-Aug-2012 15:52
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NonprayingMantis: this guy is very amateur at consipiracy trolling.
His biggets mistake is making a prediction that will totally break him once it is shown to be false.

If he had left out the part about being unable to stop the quake, when it fails to materialise he could have claimed that the governments involved stopped the countdown because he exposed it (thus 'proving' his theory!) but by stating that it is impossible to stop, and specifying magnitudes he is going to be exposed as a fraud very quickly.


Nah, lots of these kind of people make predictions that are either provable to be false or easy to get right by chance. Them that want to believe, will still believe anyway.




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This random secret society name generator generates more meaningful and worrying groups!

Beware of the Dangerous Fraternity of the Vast Fears!!!!!




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  # 671475 12-Aug-2012 16:41
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Saw HAARP, disregarded everything else.
Will be interesting to see how this plays out, what happens once he's exposed as a fraud? The next guy moves in and claims HAARP is going to cause a cyclone that will wipe out all of NZ or something?




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