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# 139396 7-Feb-2014 16:27
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There have been a few of these popping up over hamilton outside of Celltowers and telecom exchanges 

bit of a laugh really 


on the door into telephone exchange


on a pole outside the exchange


http://2012thebigpicture.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/ever-seen-a-mind-control-tower-bet-you-have/
^^ article

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  # 981940 7-Feb-2014 16:32
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I googled it then wished I hadn't; Are people really this gullible or are they just trolling?

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  # 981941 7-Feb-2014 16:36
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sidefx: I googled it then wished I hadn't; Are people really this gullible or are they just trolling?

I'm picking both. 

Maybe I should print some of these and some of the "real spin on meat" ones, and post around myself

Edit: Oooh. Added bonus, the linked article talks about Chemtrails too. Nothing like a good crackpot story to liven things up.




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  # 981942 7-Feb-2014 16:38
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Clearly these mind control towers are a bit rubbish if they are unable to make people not notice them or their purported mind-control abilities.

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  # 981953 7-Feb-2014 16:42
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Looks more like paranoid schizophrenia is on the rise.

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  # 981963 7-Feb-2014 16:44
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I wonder who is doing such. Be good to see the vandal in action and report them.
Chem Trails, HAARP and now we are looking at mind control towers here O_o

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  # 981964 7-Feb-2014 16:44
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Although I use Telecom this year :o)

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  # 981966 7-Feb-2014 16:47
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They might be onto something. I'll bet a lot of people are using the provider with the strongest signal in their homes




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  # 981972 7-Feb-2014 16:51
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Towers aren't needed, TV advertising and politics have been around for most of my life ;o)~

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  # 981979 7-Feb-2014 16:59
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For some reason this reminded me of this article by Richard Dawkins touching on another bunch of crackpots and their theories:

http://old.richarddawkins.net/articles/119-why-i-won-39-t-debate-creationists

(which I was reminded of recently when Bill Nye for some reason decided to debate one of them)

reading that gave me a bit of a new perspective on crackpot theories - I used to think it was fun to point and laugh at them, or get angry and wish someone would take apart their arguments... after reading that though I have to wonder if it would be better to just completely ignore them and not give them the publicity they crave.

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  # 981995 7-Feb-2014 17:08
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Near my house as well. I fixed it.









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  # 981997 7-Feb-2014 17:08
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I think I might have a good use for these....Any ideas where i can get a few?

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  # 981998 7-Feb-2014 17:11
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billgates: Near my house as well. I fixed it. <snip>


I binged it and got some malware that is now contro.... ALL HAIL THE HYPNOTOAD.




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  # 982004 7-Feb-2014 17:13
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This is what happens when nut houses are closed and they are let to run loose

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  # 982013 7-Feb-2014 17:41
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Well I googled ít' and all it came up with was a film of the same name by Stephen King. I don't get it or maybe I'm just stupid 




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