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Mate of mine works as an SO for Cathay Pacific, watching he and his airliner buddies troll chemtrail Facebook groups is highlarity. I mean, of course, they're in on the conspiracy. THINK ABOUT IT.
Those flyboys crack me up.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 31-01-2013 at 02:34 AM.
I've not come across this yet. Do people believe that airlines spray harmful chemicals in the air? What's the supposed explanation for why they do that?
There are people who honestly believe governments are spraying stuff from airliners and other planes like aerosolised aluminium to either poison or control the minds of the populace (depending on which nutbar you speak to). They're blamed for everything from cancers to autism. Some hilarious vids on YT of people in their backyards using spray bottles filled with vinegar and other things which they claim disperse them.
What they think are chemtrails are really contrails, otherwise known as wingtip vortices.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 31-01-2013 at 05:57 AM.
Those sneaky governemts, inconspicuoiusly poisoning people with giant clouds in broad daylight
Just what they want you to think, tbh.
There are people and municipalities in the US who've stopped fluoridation of their water because of conspiracy theories. With expected results.
Rampant good health and the total eradication of Communism in those towns?
Beware the reds under the bed (the reds in this case being bloodied teeth).
Last edited by Top_Cat; 31-01-2013 at 04:13 PM.
Just got through a 13 hour shift for the Self Assessment deadline.
Back to work in a couple of hours and therefore will miss the first day of RSA and Pak match.
Ballarat went through the mess of community uprising against flouridation. As the wise councilor told us: the purpose of a town meeting is to let everyone complain and then do it anyway. At least they had a chance 'to be heard'
Fluorides effects take 100+ years to kick in iirc, so much less significant than the benefits of healthy teeth and gums.
won't be laughing so hard when someone invents immortality and you're 130
Exit pursuing a beerOriginally Posted by Jimmy Neesham
That 13 yo kid...umm.
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