Monday, February 22, 2016

Bigfoot Bounty Winner Stacy Brown Jr. Trades In Skunk Ape Search For UFO's And The Paranormal


When we normally see a Stacy Brown Jr. video, he's dressed all in camo and out in the swamps, criticizing how other bigfoot researchers do nothing. Now he's changed the name of his channel to Paranormal Weekly, has traded in his camo for a dress shirt and tie, and is narrating a tale about a UFO abduction case. Has the one time winner of Bigfoot Bounty hung it all up for his own X-Files themed youtube show?


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    1. ^ are you trying to say Bobo but can`t manage to get it out ?

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    2. DOGMAN be out there bring plenty of FIRE POWER while out on the hunt ....

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    3. I guess Stacy figured out that Timmy FATsano lied to him and the skunk ape doesn't make free crystal meth and give it to dirtbags with dirty beards running thru those swamp lands down there! Good riddance pipe smoker know one will notice that you even left! Just pick up your broken meth pipes on the way out of those swamps. Douche-bag loser! UFO's are known to sell crack just past highway 1

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    4. bigfoot no match for TRUMP

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    5. polls show Trump ahead in Nevada, Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia, Oklahoma, Minnesota and Louisiana,
      ALL are BIGFOOT hot spots ....

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  2. Sounds like he`s jumped on a well worn "band wagon" - notice how the video is just yet another re-hash of an old old story,told on every other "paranormal/UFO" site - he`s not exactly innovative.

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    1. Maybe he should have a show on how to grow and grade weed

      MMC

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    2. This is basically an implicit acknowledgement that bigfoot dont exist

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    3. The only thing that doesn't exist, is a brain cell between those ears of yours.

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    4. The only thing that does exist, is the brown matter between those ears of yours

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    5. ^ has "brown matter" stuffed waaaaaay up inside

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    6. ^ Sounds like a description of JoeTomi.

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    7. Grays collecting DNA for cloning - they control Bigfoots and send them on DNA collection missions, that's why UFOs and Bigfoot sightings are seen in the same area

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  3. Many, Many Potatoes...

    Cheechy

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  4. This pot head has not produced a thing when it comes to BF research. So why not change to the paranormal where he can horribly fail at that to.

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    1. I agree... But his father for one of the most important thermal bits ever.

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    2. That thermal footage is one of the best pieces of evidence out there

      Joe

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    3. Talking to myself again - need to bolster the click figures .

      Joe

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    4. How's that magic airforce base going for ya?

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    5. 9:01 needs better meds, he has a slight case of personality disorder thinking he's me all the time. Poor lad

      Joe

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    6. The thermal is a hoax. A specialfx friend of mine said that it looked fake. He basically recreated what what on the thermal with his computer and it took him about 20 minutes. The one my friend created looked more real then the one that Stacey has. So "F" you Iktomi

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    7. Argh yes. A "specialfx friend" of mine could have said anything as well to the contrary really. Without an identity, a method and an explanation you really just look like a creepy disinformationist.

      PS. The analysis done at the locations blows that nonsense out of the water.

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  5. We already know that bigfoot does not exist so its fair enough to go on to a topic that might yield results

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    1. ^ If anything there are even less "results" than with bigfoot and also been going since the late 40`s ... all in all much the same with blurry photo`s,dubious "sightings",outrageous claims,and a knowledge they are here...but no proof.....

      ... fer chrissakes !!

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    2. Brown did produce a nice alligator leg about a year ago!

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    3. Since the mid 20th century... Researchers can reference an example of every single source of evidence, encompassing video, audio, physical, biological, thermal and the obvious anecdotal... Just short of a modern type specimen. I don't know whether you're stupid, naive, or simply enjoy tying to misinform people, but if something doesn't exist it doesn't leave any level of evidence.

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    4. Just short of the only evidence that actually counts. Funny that :)

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    5. A delusional, chronic denialist would maintain that supression of evidence fallacy in the face of all that overwhelming evidence. It's a safety net argument and one that shows you to not be remotely impartial to the state of evidence, that points to a very real creature residing in the wilderness of the US.

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    6. ^ Visit to the doctor for his "safety net" is long overdue .. the medical enforcers will be knocking at your door to force you to take your schitzo pills anytime soon.

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    7. Weak... At the end of the day, sweetheart, people aren't conducting psychological studies on my behaviour.

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    8. Actually they are and its fascinating stuff:

      ^ a b Lamar, Keene, M. (1976). The Psychic Mafia. St. Martin's Press; New York
      ^ a b Lamar and Sgragett, p.151
      ^ Davis, W. Sumer. Just Smoke and Mirrors: Religion, Fear and Superstition in Our Modern World. pp. 11–12. ISBN 0-595-26523-5.
      ^ a b "true believer syndrome". Skeptic's Dictionary. Retrieved 2007-08-19.
      ^ Lamar and Spraggett, pp.141–151
      ^ ABC News (1998-10-06) "The Power of Belief: How Our Beliefs Can Impact Our Minds", ABC News (2007-06-04)
      ^ a b Festinger, Leon; Henry W. Riecken; Stanley Schachter (1956). When Prophecy Fails: A Social and Psychological Study of a Modern Group that Predicted the Destruction of the World. University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 1-59147-727-1.
      ^ a b c d e Sharps, Matthew; Liao, Schuyler; Herrera, Megan (2014). "Remembrance of Apocalypse Past". Skeptical Inquirer (CSI) 38 (6): 54–58.
      ^ Tversky, Amos; Kahneman, Daniel (1973). "Availability: A heuristic for judging frequency and probability". Cognitive Psychology 5 (2): 207–232. doi:10.1016/0010-0285(73)90033-9. ISSN 0010-0285.

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    9. Sorry... None relevant to this subject matter, and most certainly none devoted to explaining away the evidence to warrant a negative psychological diagnosis. Interestingly enough though, one or two of them can be applied to your fundamental, quasi-religion of pseudoscepticism.

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    10. Lol joe got btfo. Just reading through some of those sources and it nails you down to a T

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    11. poor Ikky has broken his keyboard in a temper !!


      hahahahahahahahaha

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    12. "If anonymity is one factor, psychological and emotional issues are another, according to Suler, who says many trolls likely have problems with depression, low self-esteem, and anger. They want to inject their own emotional turmoil into other people by luring them into negativity. It's a way for them to feel some kind of control or power over their own disruptive emotions, at other people's expense."

      ... As much as you NEED to imagine anyone else is bothered, you're really just making yourself snug with your diagnosis. You're supplying my with the archetype psycho nerd that I enjoy pointing out! Why would that trouble me?

      : )

      9:37... Don't you have a heavy burden to lift before any of your psychological issues are projected on to anyone else?

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    13. ^ ha ha ha - what a wanker !!

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    14. lktomi is really Alex midnight Walker. You can call if you want to talk 404-369-0207 just ask for Alex Tomas.

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  6. He knows that it could take years to even have a fairing glimpse of the big guy. It's just not worth it if you are spending time in the wild for no other reason

    There have been many advancements in portable t lescopes over the years. People are capturing some interesting images of near earth objects. They don't try to hide and there are a lot of them.

    We are not alone and it is basically a swamp up there with many fascinating things to see


    Good luck Mr. Brown

    MMC

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    1. ^ just as wasteful of a life - spending all day,every day,on a site devoted to a thing that will never,ever,be found - regardless of whether it exists or not

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    2. Look in the mirror junior ^

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    3. ^ that`s a thing you clearly are terrified of doing eh ? ... may see a truth in there !!

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    4. ^ fourteen year old who knows it all

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    5. 6:47... "Never, ever be found"... And then "regardless if it exists or not".

      Wow! You're a proper little Einstein aren't you? So are you now going back on hundreds and hundreds of comments where you've categorically claimed that it doesn't exist?? You're a mess actually, aren't you? And why are you here every day of your life? You have problems with depression, low self-esteem, and probably anger. You want to inject your own emotional turmoil into other people by luring them into negativity. It's a way for you to feel some kind of control or power over your own disruptive emotions, at other people's expense.

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    6. After careful consideration, I have decided that it would be best not to push Joerg too hard regarding his fantasy world on this blog.

      It's clear that the person suffers from a serious mental illness and this blog supplies him with an outlet to pretend to be someone important.

      Can you imagine what would happen if all of this was taken away from poor Joerg? I fear that the tragic result would be an insane (and most likely violent) act.

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    7. AnonymousWednesday, April 15, 2015 at 6:03:00 AM PDT
      Joe,John,and the rest of the Super Friends........

      You are the lowest of the low. It is very obvious you are all just 1 or 2 people posting under various names. The Super Friends are all posting from an IP leading back to the USA Air Force. Don't care if you don't believe me....look into it yourselves....I did. Look into Tavistock.
      http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi?noframes;read=103996

      I WILL NOT REMOVE MY COMMENT!!!! iF THAT HAPPENS PLEASE COPY AND PASTE!!!!!!
      http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/top-5-incredible-stories-from-mulders_14.html?m=0

      ... Apparently everyone else other than him is delusional. Tell me, where did you run off to yesterday when I rubbed your face in the dirt? Like I said... Depressed, no self esteem, anger issues, and quite clearly delusional as well. We all know what happens when YOU get the blog taken away from you, you change your IP Address, psycho nerd. Now if anyone's NEEDED this blog for an outlet to their problems, that's you.

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    8. That was your rear end being handed to you.

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    9. Consider the fact that Joerg was posting until 5:00 AM earlier and then began posting again a few hours later. I'll let you decide who needs this blog because of a serious mental illness!

      I haven't visited this blog in months and yet you are here upwards of 20 hours a day every day!

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    10. Believe it or not 8:42, some people in this world actually have to work for a living and cannot spend 20 hours a day posting on a Bigfoot blog!

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    11. 7.41 ... what on earth are you talking about ?

      i`ve made no such comment as "bigfoot doesn`t exist" on this site ... you`ve been at the sauce this afternoon ... there are many posters on this site that opt to use the anon facility so take you angst out on the right poster

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    12. 8:43... It's called an iPhone. Your parents' finances may be taken up by feeding you, but ask them to spoil you in a way you might be able to get around and multitask whilst venting your drab existence in better people.

      8:54... I was addressing the psycho nerd up top and assumed you were addressing Vegas.

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    13. ^ My my, You`re in rather a pickle with your emotions.

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    14. My feet up on the couch with reggae blasting would suggest otherwise. I can say "**** you" to someone when that's on, it's the Babylon sentiment in me. Don't you think that's a little bit of a hypocritical statement when you've been whining like a little girl?

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    15. Ikky`s being played as hard as Gerry Lee Lewis`s piano - hahahahahahahaha

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    16. 9;36 ... your posts reveal otherwise .

      ya` blooooodclahhht

      ha ha ha

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    17. Would anyone like to articulate this poster's mental state? I'm not sure anyone is that clever...

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    18. You are a very disturbed and immature man..any poster can see that you instigate the abuse you receive from an abundance of posters and this possibly is a result of your upbringing .. it is a strange fact that the abused continue to create the cycle of abuse and I truly feel pity for you..you`re a sad man that tries to cover his unhappiness by being abusive to others and i can see that now..I`ll bear it in mind when you next fire off your irrational posts.

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    19. Were your parents ever convicted of the neglect and abuse Iktomi ?

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    20. You just don't like your skull cracked when you come around inflicting your life's issues on other, like a coward I might add.

      https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-online-secrets/201409/internet-trolls-are-narcissists-psychopaths-and-sadists

      ... I'm sorry, but there's far more psycho analytical issues that can be attributed to your diagnosis. I was raised to recognise an evil little *******, and just really good at crackin' skulls.

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  7. Lucky Escape !

    My 5 year old granddaughter was riding her toy 4 wheeler in our backyard while my wife was sitting reading. She rode to my wife and told her to come see and hurry, my wife walked as fast as she could but by the time she got there whatever it was was gone. When we asked what she saw she described something tall and hairy that was watching her. She said it was brown with hair like grass, taller than her father but, she didn't see any eyes. It had hair that stood up on top of its head. She swears it was not a cow in the pasture next door.

    BRFO

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    1. Based upon the physical description, it was most likely Chick!

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    2. ^ laughed out loud .. hahahahahahaha

      sorry chick

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  8. "We have every type of evidence apart from the ones that count" - PJ

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    1. If something doesn't exist... It doesn't leave evidence. I'm sorry it makes you hate people as much as you do... Maybe one day you can learn to be a better person and cope with how that makes you feel in healthier ways.

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    2. If something doesnt exist then humans can falsify evidence or misidentify evidence.

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    3. 8:34 - typical mean minded response from you - nobody mentioned anything other than pointing out that no real evidence has been gathered - no wonder so many people come here to poke you with sticks and watch you squirm and squeal - you pathetic and immature "boy".

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    4. 8:40... That's a serious burden you have there for that sentiment. Get busy! It's a serious leap of faith to assume that all the evidence spanning 50 years has been the product of hoaxing and misidentification... A leap of religious proportions in fact. Prove it!

      8:49... "No real evidence". How about you put your big boy pants on and demonstrate the evidence I list isn't "real"? Oh that's right... It would mean you not only have to be responsible for your lies, but it would also mean you look stupid.
      "Real evidence, material evidence, or physical evidence is any material object that plays some actual role in the matter that gave rise to the litigation, introduced in a trial, intended to prove a fact in issue based on the object's demonstrable physical characteristics. Trace evidence, such as fingerprints, glove prints and firearm residue, is also a type of real evidence. Real evidence is usually reported upon by an expert witness with appropriate qualifications to give an opinion. This normally means a forensic scientist or one qualified in forensic engineering."
      ... And what do researchers in this topic have as evidence? Now shut up and sit down, you whiny little girl.

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    5. Oh,I say ... I think you need some of your Babylon wind or you`ll be smashing the spare keyboard too.

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    6. Yes... You NEED to feel like someone's as low as you in their life. You merely make good people feel better about themselves... Sorry!

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    7. ^ YOU instigate the abuse that you receive - it possibly goes back to your upbringing and I truly feel pity for you.

      You`re a very disturbed man and I can see that now...I`ll bear that in mind next time you post your abuse and diatribes.

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    8. ^ Hmm,Yes - I wonder if Iktomi`s parents were ever convicted ?

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    9. "You instigate abuse that you received"... Wow, a proper little psychologist, aren't you? I just like smacking around the cyber bullies. And I'll come and get you every time you think you're being clever.

      : )

      What you gonna do about it?

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    1. ^ you're on a three year breakdown since Joe took your playground away from you.

      Hello Bigfoot Student!!

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    2. ^ Sorry It wasnt for you- double glitch IK! Ill step out now- have fun :)

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    3. ^ always out of step ...

      Joe

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    4. ^ wow ... you must be really pleased with yourself backing up a guy who instigates abuse and thrives on being rude...what a complete wanker and park toilet prowler you must be.

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    5. You have a name like that, condone racism and the like and you have issue with someone telling it how it is? The truth is, if anything you did was morally correct, why are you such a coward?

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    6. ^ ha ha ha what a wanker ha ha ha ha ha

      i have had a real belly laugh at your expense you stupid man

      ha ha ha ha ha

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    7. 9:46 is the wanker who is always on here pretending to be me because he has no real life
      Poor lad

      Joe

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  10. The true-believer syndrome merits study by science. What is it that compels a person, past all reason, to believe the unbelievable. How can an otherwise sane individual become so enamored of a fantasy, an imposture, that even after it's exposed in the bright light of day he still clings to it--indeed, clings to it all the harder? --M. Lamar Keene

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    1. 9:30 ^...Likely a similar condition to that which causes a person to frequent a blog dedicated to a subject about which he claims he doesn't believe.

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    2. "There is a prominent view in epistemology (the study of knowledge) that “belief” and “evidence” go hand-in-hand. They say that evidence provides the support for belief, and that without evidence, there is no good reason to have a belief. In philosophy, this perspective is called “evidentialism”; the view that a belief is only rational if it is well-supported by evidence."

      If you don't like it, explain away the evidence. But measuring by the way your "fish in a barrel" vomit piles were blown apart a year or two ago, I don't think anyone will be holding their breath.

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    3. "Psychologically, a fundamentalist is a person with an intense fear of being 'wrong'; that is, an intense fear of being judged to hold the wrong' view or to engage in the 'wrong' behaviour. This intense fear of being wrong develops during childhood when one or both parents, and probably teachers, dogmatically refuse to listen to the child, thus denying it the chance to develop its own views and moral code (based on its own experience), while also terrorising (by threatening and using violence, or in this case being a cyber-Nazi) the child into believing/adopting a particular set of values and beliefs, and behaving in a particular manner. It is the intensity of their fear of being judged 'wrong', and the violence they will suffer if they are so judged, that makes the child hold, with phenomenal tenacity, to the 'approved doctrine' with which they are presented. It is this intense fear of being wrong that marks out the fundamentalist from the person who is open-minded and/or conscientious.

      Fundamentalism is a significant social problem, particularly in some contexts. And to fix it, we need to recognise its psychological origin. Unfortunately, however, this is not easy to do because the terror that holds their value and belief system in place, and drives their behaviour, is deeply hidden within the individual's psyche."

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    4. ^ notes from his shrink ... using the spare keyboard are we ?

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    5. "he still clings to it--indeed, clings to it all the harder"

      You couldnt have demonstrated this better joe :)

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    6. You NEED to feel like someone's as low as you in their life. You merely make good people feel better about themselves... Sorry!

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    7. ^ You have a need to abuse others in order to feel noticed - this possibly is a result of your upbringing for which I do feel pity for you.

      You`re a sad man at heart and I can see that now.

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    8. Did you notice that the poster at 9:42 presented the selection as a direct quotation and then dishonestly added his own material to attempt to fool people into thinking it was part of the quotation? Now that is the conduct of a "fundamentalist"!

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    9. ^ 10:51 ... that is his nature ... you`ll notice too that he is the instigator of all the abuse that takes place here and then continues the abuse he needs in order to feel noticed and important to himself... I have realised he is a severely disturbed man and needs to lash out at others to compensate for his own inner hurt and turmoil .. such a shame it wasn`t caught when he was a child ... I wonder if his parents were ever convicted ?

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    10. 10:39... No, I abuse people like you who think they're clever coming around belittling people who are quite simply cleverer than you. Tell me, where are your moral values when racists and psychos are posting filth around here? At the end of the keyboard posting it, no doubt. I love using you as the archetype psycho nerd. I don't pity you though, you deserve everything you get.

      10:51... What's dishonest about a side note in a quote that's relevant to your cyber-Nazi activity. Quick! Go phone the police! I need to go to jail for that, I give up!! Ha ha ha!! And no, what I did has nothing to do with fundamentalism, you insufferably dense soul. When dmaker isn't around for you to plagiarise a new argument, you really are even more stupid than thought possible.

      11:07... If that was the case, I'd have my name to my comments, don't ya think, you stupid boy? Nope! I just love making people like you look stupid, and when you're not ripping off the comments of others, you really are void of any real creative spark for insults. You're not even successful at the lowest levels.

      (Sigh)

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    11. There is nothing in the comment to indicate that it's a "side note" and your addition fundamentally changed the meaning by supplementing the context. Such conduct would be grounds for expulsion at a university, but it's clear that you know nothing about the concepts of academic integrity.

      You appear to be more concerned with permanently residing in an imaginary blog world in which you weirdly fantasize about "cracking people's heads"! It's quite disturbing.

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    12. Plagiarizing again, Joe?

      When will you learn?

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    13. Here's a doozy! What you gonna do about it? We're not in any academic circle whilst on this blog... Attacking people behind anonymous cowardice due to fear of what other people think is what fundamentalist terrorists do. Attacking people behind anonymous cowardice due to fear of what other people think is also what fundamentalist trolls like you do as well... There in lies the reason for the side note, and please don't pretend someone like you who can't link those two sick behaviours has any level of education, let alone integrity.

      Notice why you're not bitchin' or posting lies about the subject matter anymore? That's where my metaphor comes into play... Remember that.

      : p

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    14. I don't expect someone who doesn't use capitals when spelling his own name to recognise quotation marks when making such accusations.

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    15. What I am doing about it is exposing you as the lying fraud that you are, although it appears that 95% of the people here already know it.

      It's strange that you make bizarre allegations about people being anonymous when you are absolutely anonymous yourself!

      The only difference is that you have created a fictional persona that you use to live out your fantasy blog existence!

      Talk about "beautiful irony"!

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    16. I'm sorry... Since you've done such an amazing job of "exposing" me, you'd have an example of at least one lie to reference, right? D'you know what I think? I think you're such a halfwit when it comes to trying to debate the subject matter, that you have to try and make allegations on my character instead... And the difference is that I don't use my name to attack and belittle people... Only to troll the trolls.

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    17. Joe, weaving your own comments into a plagiarized quote is the same thing as lying.

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    18. Phone the cops dmaker, nobody in their right minds would care.

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    19. And that is exactly why you have zero integrity.

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    20. Phone the cops "dmaker"... "Fraud" has been committed after all!

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  11. Isn't it beautifully ironic that the trolls, don't like being trolled? It takes one comment to show them how stupid they are, and what a meltdown of a comment section develops! Ha ha ha!!

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    1. It's interesting to me that in the majority of your comments, you desperately boast that you have "won" the argument.

      That is indicative of someone who:

      1. Doesn't care about the truth, but only in pretending that he has "won," and

      2. Is extremely insecure and feels the need to constantly declare victory instead of letting the merits of his argument stand on their own.

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    2. Take a look at this comment section, nerd. Nothing but bitchin' from you and the like minded as soon as I've countered you on the subject matter.

      Stop crying and get an argument... Then you won't be reminded of how butthurt you are.

      : p

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    3. Call me crazy, but I'd contend that when someone is caught red handed as he flagrantly commits fraud, it is a relevant consideration in determining whether that person's opinions regarding "the subject matter" are to be taken seriously!

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    4. Quick! Phone the police! Fraud has been committed! Or have you just been made to look like the proper little fundie that you are?

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    5. I think it would be a better idea to phone the fire brigade, because right now your credibility is in flames!

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    6. Wow... I bet your go down a storm at dinner parties. You really do seem like you're trying to convince yourself as much as anyone anything about my credibility.

      If you believe that my theories shouldn't be taken seriously, take the time to take apart my theories, you busy idiot! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!! Oh, and why used quotation marks around the words "subject matter" is beyond me.

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    7. Evidently, there are quite a few simple concepts that are "beyond" you!

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    8. I don't think you know what the **** you're talking about, do you?

      Like I said kid... As you so desperately need people to think that I'm a bad person, that I have no credibility or integrity... Address the topic. Crying about the irrelevances that you can't even make stick are the actions of an idiot... A very busy idiot.

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    9. Given that it has been conclusively proven that you blatantly committed fraud by adding your own material to a quoted reference, I naturally cannot trust any material that you quote in the future.

      I'm not going to waste my time chasing down every reference you make to ensure that you have quoted it accurately! Just like Rick Dyer lost all credibility after he committed fraud, the same standard applies to you!

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    10. That is a perfectly valid response. How can anyone trust anything you quote, Joe, when there is a precedent of fraudulent representation?

      You sunk your own ship, boyo.

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    11. I tell you what, use those nerd skills and copy and paste my quotes into a search engine and demonstrate exactly where I commit fraud and post it here! Anyone can do this, anyone can do this for themselves, busy idiot. You think nobody is able to chase up my references themselves. In this instance "or in your case, attacking people like a cyber-Nazi" had absolutely no relevance to the credibility of what was being proposed by the psychology of a fundamentalist.

      Adding a side note to a quote that beautifully articulated your fearful little mindset, and making a fake Bigfoot and presenting it to the media, are very embarrassingly nothing alike. You're every bit as a clueless, pathetic little drama queen, sidestepping the subject matter to suggest so, as you are requiring ANYTHING for a sheer lack of arguments for the topic you hate me over in the first place.

      Remember when you threatened to report me to the police? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!

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    12. Demonstrate where you committed fraud? You just outright admitted it! You apparently didn't read your own source too closely, because the "threatening and using violence" part of the discussion applied to how children were treated by their parents and teachers. Your attempt at dishonestly creating a new quotation completely changed the meaning!

      Actually, your fraud is much worse than anything Rick Dyer did. Anyone with half a brain knew that he was a hoaxer, but your deceit was much more subtle and many people would unfortunately accept your manufactured quotations as authentic!

      Regarding your last statement, I have no clue what you're referring to.

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    13. Joe, do you understand how to footnote properly? You do not side quote. That is you side stepping your exposed dishonesty.

      Learn how to footnote and save a little bit of face going forward. But you won't, will you? Easier for you to keep being dishonest and laugh it off when caught.

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    14. Now let's hear more about how you like to "crack skulls."

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    15. And you go on and on about science. You would be expelled or black listed from publications for things you do here daily.



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    16. I'm sorry... But what unlawful gain have I attained by entering the words relevant to your actions? I am fully aware that you're trolling and that I'm stopping low, but why don't you beget understand what you're accusing people of when you're trying your ad hominem tactics?

      Parents and teachers using violence... And what do terrorists take part in? That's right kid. Nothing has changed with regards to the meaning of the topic. The general psychology of a fundamentalist can be observed in the way people like you react to what they fear. Many fundamentalists are not violent, many do however have the same mindset as those who are but take part in lesser means of attacking what they fear. That's you. Whatever was inflicted upon the fundamentalist, is what you endured to be such a little rat.

      Simples!

      And now what I have done is worse than Rick Dyer... Christ on a bike, I know when I'm being trolled, but you're starting to make me cringe. Why don't you contact the police like you claimed before? Ha ha ha!!

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    17. Dmaker, learn to use capitals in your name before you attempt to condescend someone on the manner in which one should use foot notes, audaciously in a comment that took your mindset apart.

      What you gonna do when I copy and paste it another million times? Oh dear!!

      Ha ha ha ha ha!!

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    18. You asked for a false reference from you? Well, here is one from today. You posted at 9:42 with a quote from this source. You failed to cite the source at all and, more importantly, wove your own comments into the quote.

      There is no excuse for that.

      http://www.countercurrents.org/burrowes080114.htm

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    19. "I tell you what, use those nerd skills and copy and paste my quotes into a search engine and demonstrate exactly where I commit fraud and post it here! "

      I believe I just did exactly that, Joe.

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    20. Actually "dmaker", I used quotation marks, indicating anyone at any time could have checked the source online. The original comment;
      "Psychologically, a fundamentalist is a person with an intense fear of being 'wrong'; that is, an intense fear of being judged to hold the wrong' view or to engage in the 'wrong' behaviour. This intense fear of being wrong develops during childhood when one or both parents, and probably teachers, dogmatically refuse to listen to the child, thus denying it the chance to develop its own views and moral code (based on its own experience), while also terrorising (by threatening and using violence) the child into believing/adopting a particular set of values and beliefs, and behaving in a particular manner. It is the intensity of their fear of being judged 'wrong', and the violence they will suffer if they are so judged, that makes the child hold, with phenomenal tenacity, to the 'approved doctrine' with which they are presented. It is this intense fear of being wrong that marks out the fundamentalist from the person who is open-minded and/or conscientious.

      Fundamentalism is a significant social problem, particularly in some contexts. And to fix it, we need to recognise its psychological origin. Unfortunately, however, this is not easy to do because the terror that holds their value and belief system in place, and drives their behaviour, is deeply hidden within the individual's psyche."

      ... And now mine with the words I added in capitals, and no, I'm not trying to draw attention to your shortcomings;
      "Psychologically, a fundamentalist is a person with an intense fear of being 'wrong'; that is, an intense fear of being judged to hold the wrong' view or to engage in the 'wrong' behaviour. This intense fear of being wrong develops during childhood when one or both parents, and probably teachers, dogmatically refuse to listen to the child, thus denying it the chance to develop its own views and moral code (based on its own experience), while also terrorising (by threatening and using violence, OR IN YOUR CASE BEING A CYBER-NAZI) the child into believing/adopting a particular set of values and beliefs, and behaving in a particular manner. It is the intensity of their fear of being judged 'wrong', and the violence they will suffer if they are so judged, that makes the child hold, with phenomenal tenacity, to the 'approved doctrine' with which they are presented. It is this intense fear of being wrong that marks out the fundamentalist from the person who is open-minded and/or conscientious.

      Fundamentalism is a significant social problem, particularly in some contexts. And to fix it, we need to recognise its psychological origin. Unfortunately, however, this is not easy to do because the terror that holds their value and belief system in place, and drives their behaviour, is deeply hidden within the individual's psyche."

      Now... Trolls... Before I leave you to wallow in your deflections... What unlawful gain have I attained from those seven words?

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    21. So once again, you admit to your wrongdoing. Who said you received an "unlawful gain"? My point (which was made abundantly clear, but was lost on you) is that your lying and deceitful conduct constitutes a mortal blow to your credibility.

      And it is far from "simples" how a citation to parents and teachers threatening to use violence against children is analogous to anyone's conduct on this blog. My guess is that you meant to convey that the "trolls" have been subjected to such treatment when they were children and that that has somehow manifested itself in them as adults?

      But your botched attempt to manufacture a quotation in support of your mysterious argument backfired terribly and you completely mangled it!

      I think that we have now reached the point where a certain section of your source is relevant: "A person with an intense fear of being wrong."



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    22. Because by the definition of fraud, I would have had to have gained in an unlawful manner... You insufferably desperate soul... And like the crazy reaching you so obviously like to do, adding seven words, altering nothing of the relevance of the quote that cracked your skull, is embarrassing. Do we expect anything less from someone who claims I'm worse than a person who made a fake Bigfoot and presented it to the media? Adding seven words to a quote does nothing to my credibility, showing that my ideas on the subject matter are wrong, might. My Christ, you're lucky you're anon, nobody would want their name to your trolling.

      And nope... I'm talking directly to YOU when I'm applying that quote. That is your mindset, and that is likely your predicament. I was very clear. We all know what fundamentalists get up to... The very fact that fundamentalists are brought up on threats and violence, the difference is how they varyingly approach people with that fear. Some turn into religious terrorists, the general theme of the written source, and others go through life with a perverse superiority complex, acting it out behind the same cowardice on Internet forums. The fundamental reasons behind both consequences are the same.

      A little fundie that likes reaching in the most embarrassing of ways. One day you'll attempt addressing the subject matter... Let me know where you're feeling up to it, I've got a million and one copy and pastes to watch your comedy show reaching again.

      : )

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    23. So let me get this straight, according to your doctored quotation, the trolls are the teachers and parents and you are a child and student? How perfectly "simples"!

      You're referring to the criminal definition of fraud and I never claimed that you engaged in criminal conduct. But your dishonest conduct in altering a direct quotation certainly has an extremely adverse effect on your credibility. You have admitted to the conduct and seem only to be worried about a criminal proceeding or possibly a civil lawsuit? In that case, I know of a certain disbarred lawyer (who is equally as dishonest as you) who will be happy to provide you legal advice!

      Anyway, I'll leave you to your fantasy blog world. I'll probably return in a few months to expose you as a lying fool again!

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    26. To have doctored that quote, I would have had to have changed the content or appearance in order to decieve people. The quote, without or without the seven words I applied, is no less relevant to you. As anyone can see, I added seven words that link the consequences of your behaviour to the psychological upbringing.

      At any level of fraud that you're reaching for, you're not doing a very good job of convincing anyone. I'm very proud to have added those words, and I'll happily post that quote again, just for you... And what are you going to do about it? If you want to call my credibility into question, tackle the evidence I post. Reaching on something that has everything to do your behaviour and nothing to do with the subject matter you're fearful of isn't managing that.

      So long loser! Ha ha ha!!

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    27. Do you honestly expect anyone to believe that by someone putting "cyber Nazi" in the middle of a quote they're using is an attempt try and sell that as a legitimate part of said quote? Especially when that someone has used the very same words in the same comment section?

      A busy idiot... Someone who spends half his day arguing irrelevancies when all the while his claims to a "fantasy world" got ruined hours ago. Now there's a fool if ever I've seen one, and Mikey B is ten of you.

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    28. "Actually "dmaker", I used quotation marks, indicating anyone at any time could have checked the source online."

      How Joe? You provided no link to any cited source. Are we supposed to read your mind? All you did was use quotes, you did not indicate the source. It is hardly the responsibility of the reader to google your comments to try to find the source. That is ridiculous.

      I know why you didn't include a source. You did not want anyone to see that you had doctored the quote.

      Shame on you, again!

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    29. You still can't even be honest about it. Up above you claim you added "...IN YOUR CASE...", but in fact, in your original doctored quote you said "...in this case..."

      Before you got caught, you used " in this case" hoping that the more generic wording would not be noticed. After busted, you lie and claim that you said " in your case". This makes it look like you were not trying to hide your words in the doctored quote.

      You just can't stop lying, can you?

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    30. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!! Stop crying like a little girl. Google now many times I've used the words "Cyber Nazi" and shut the **** up. You people NEED something, ANYTHING to go on it seems. I stopped low enough, long enough to this trolling... Pathetic.

      Ha ha ha ha ha!!

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    31. "Actually, your fraud is much worse than anything Rick Dyer did. Anyone with half a brain knew that he was a hoaxer, but your deceit was much more subtle and many people would unfortunately accept your manufactured quotations as authentic!"

      HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!

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