Hey

United States

#21 Aug 23, 2013
Every one should have some kind of plan and prep for the worst and hope for the best and keep your eyes and ears open no joke!!!!!
Jack

Richmond, KY

#22 Aug 23, 2013
Well wrote:
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Can you explain the coffins or the camps or the crematoriums as I have seen those personally.
The coffins aren't coffins. They are grave liners. All cemetery plots require some sort of grave liner whether it be these or concrete ones. Since they are going in the ground, there is no need to store them in warehouses since they are waterproof.
Morsmordre

Richmond, KY

#23 Sep 1, 2013
Why don't you people use GOOGLE!!!!?!?!?! Ignorant f*cking retards. I swear this must be a site for dumb people to get trolled, insulted and told that their intelligence level is below the scum in their kitchen.
just saying

United States

#24 Sep 3, 2013
Morsmordre wrote:
Why don't you people use GOOGLE!!!!?!?!?! Ignorant f*cking retards. I swear this must be a site for dumb people to get trolled, insulted and told that their intelligence level is below the scum in their kitchen.
Wtf is your problem??
Morsmordre

Richmond, KY

#25 Sep 11, 2013
The fact that the first thing people do is ask their ignorant neighbors. The reason why the signs are up is because we live next to an Army Depot. Like that's not obvious. We have those certain zones in case something happens at said Army Depot. If something does happen then they will evacuate certain areas that they believe it will affect. Common Sense. I mean come the f*ck on. IGNORANT. GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND. You people are the reason I hate KY so much. Stupid.
Wow

Richmond, KY

#26 Sep 11, 2013
If you love google so much go receive anal from it.
NowCanSeeThrough YourFear

Richmond, KY

#27 Sep 22, 2013
reality calling wrote:
you hit the nail right on the head.
people of a certain sort will always adhere to the most entertaining, the most controversial, and the most outlandish explanations presented to them, versus the boring old truth.
a lot of it i chalk it up to generations of people raised on movies and tv shows and news outlets that sensationalize everything. they grow up thinking the world ought to be more dramatic than it is, when it isn't.
then you have those that have some aspect of their personal beliefs or some activity in their lives that's at odds with the rules of the establishment, or there's some political, societal or global change that they just don't like. so these imagined conspiracies speak to and further justify these people's defensiveness. they give purpose to people's offended sensibilities. they soothe people's butt-hurt over reality contradicting their incensed or antiquated notions of how the world should be. it thus becomes easier and more soothing for these types to believe that "the man" is plotting against them, rather than examining their own psychological and sociological shortcomings and cope with them in a healthier way.
you just can't reason with the unreasonable.
if they want to forcefully misconstrue things, take miniscule out-of-context pieces of "evidence" as "proof," while at the same time ignoring all the reliable and verifiable information that debunks their delusions, then they're not the sort of people you need to waste a great deal of time on, anyway.
to anyone of sound mind wanting to balance their research into this stuff : Add the term "HOAX" or "MYTH" or "URBAN LEGEND" to any of the search terms mentioned in the post up above, and behold the other side of the coin, before you start digging bunkers and shaping tinfoil noggin covers just yet.
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Lol, you my friend are a pedestrian intellectual...
There's a war going on right now!
It is world war three, the whole world is involved... mostly on the Internet... Yes, the main battleground is information, the soldiers are everyone, whether they like it or not. Atrocities are being committed every millisecond, they may not be the obvious, but are just as real.
Google is a scam to track individuals thoughts, use "startpage" same thing, no BS!
As far as debunking anything? Think about this ---- "the more truth and good in something the more likely misdirected it is by the powers that be"
- "The rulers know their rules"
- "The new middle-class are millionaires, every body else below that are "poor""

And like in every war there is... propaganda...

- "the more you drive in the middle of the road, the more likely you will die... So pick a side!"

Oh and pretty soon we will all know the truth behind the JFK "myth", the last time America was a country of freedom

Too bad a lot of the "sci-fi" conspiracies these past few decades aren't as much "fantasy" as they are slowly becoming truth... Don't believe? How far into the rabbit hole are you willing to go, Alice?!?!
madisoncoresiden t

Lexington, KY

#28 Sep 22, 2013
Morsmordre wrote:
You people are the reason I hate KY so much. Stupid.
You think that it's any different in any other state. If you don't like living in my state, go the hell back to whichever one you came from, bub. We won't miss you.
Land Owner

San Diego, CA

#29 Sep 22, 2013
The signs are part of the handicapped employment operation CSEPP.

They scheme and plan surely knowing people will be doing what they decide in any emergency or other event. And they damn sure not be reading those silly signs.

Do as the thinking people do and ignore CSEPP and all the goofiness it entails.

It's good that the government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. But they do not need to allow those special people to be in the decision making positions.
reality calling

Richmond, KY

#30 Sep 24, 2013
i am no friend of yours, I assure you. none of my friends are so afflicted as to buy into such goofiness.

and given what you propound here, your assessment of my intellect is laughable, at best.

"oh dear! i'm being manipulated and watched online!"

"google is a is just THEM trying to track and control me!" and i suppose you believe all the sites that a search engine indexes (and the references cited therein) that handily debunk and reduce your claims to the childish fantasies they are, all those are just the work of THEM too?

sure, sure. whatever you say, mulder :-P
NowCanSeeThroughYourFear wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol, you my friend are a pedestrian intellectual...
There's a war going on right now!
It is world war three, the whole world is involved... mostly on the Internet... Yes, the main battleground is information, the soldiers are everyone, whether they like it or not. Atrocities are being committed every millisecond, they may not be the obvious, but are just as real.
Google is a scam to track individuals thoughts, use "startpage" same thing, no BS!
As far as debunking anything? Think about this ---- "the more truth and good in something the more likely misdirected it is by the powers that be"
- "The rulers know their rules"
- "The new middle-class are millionaires, every body else below that are "poor""
And like in every war there is... propaganda...
- "the more you drive in the middle of the road, the more likely you will die... So pick a side!"
Oh and pretty soon we will all know the truth behind the JFK "myth", the last time America was a country of freedom
Too bad a lot of the "sci-fi" conspiracies these past few decades aren't as much "fantasy" as they are slowly becoming truth... Don't believe? How far into the rabbit hole are you willing to go, Alice?!?!
actually

United States

#31 Sep 24, 2013
Morsmordre wrote:
The fact that the first thing people do is ask their ignorant neighbors. The reason why the signs are up is because we live next to an Army Depot. Like that's not obvious. We have those certain zones in case something happens at said Army Depot. If something does happen then they will evacuate certain areas that they believe it will affect. Common Sense. I mean come the f*ck on. IGNORANT. GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND. You people are the reason I hate KY so much. Stupid.
You are a fool if you actually believe google is your friend! http://gizmodo.com/5878987/its-official-googl...
Clue In

Richmond, KY

#32 Sep 24, 2013
You paranoid twits have apparently never heard of decentralized routing, anonymous proxies, deep browser encryption, and numerous other techniques to keep skeery ole Big Brother from peeping in on your ever-so-interesting searches.

Fact is, the Google and the Gov could give a shit less if some tinfoil hat-wearing nincompoop is searching for cheap doomsday rations or a new stock or scope for their overpriced wanna-be badass boomsticks.

Google's primary interest in retaining data on searches is to target advertising to people and thus make money for the otherwise free and useful service they provide.

So sad that so many insignificant people wish so much to matter that they convince themselves anyone could bear to watch their boring asses for more than the nanosecond it takes to deem them harmless.

Grow up, children. Hollywood this ain't.
But

Berea, KY

#33 Sep 24, 2013
But what about the drones that keep following me to Sams Club. They know I'm hoarding Snickers bars and toilet paper.
Sense and Sensebility

Lexington, KY

#34 Oct 7, 2013
Local wrote:
If I may interject here a minute. I am a Richmond resident, While I was taking the kids to Disneyland this past month I detoured by Atlanta and personally say the coffins. Thousands of them. I also have seen the detention center in Daniel Boone Forrest just south if here.
So the poster may seem odd, but I can tell you he or she is spot on with their findings.
This is exactly why everyone you know is buying food to stockpile, ammo by the case, and getting ready for whatever..
If you are a non believer you can get the same documents from the government as has been reported here using the FOIA. The missing part that has not been shown is why? Why have all this stuff that appears they are planning to handle mass amounts of dead people. But why?
How in the world could you see that many coffins.? I think you are full of it and playing along.
Morsmordre

Richmond, KY

#35 Nov 4, 2013
Wow wrote:
If you love google so much go receive anal from it.
No thanks. Though that come back was just hilarious. How could I not have been expecting that? You must be so intelligent to come up with such wit. Good job. You must make your state so proud!*applauds*

Go back to your meth making and pill snorting with your retarded kids, ugly wife and pray to your non existent "god".

^^
Morsmordre

Richmond, KY

#36 Nov 4, 2013
actually wrote:
<quoted text>You are a fool if you actually believe google is your friend! http://gizmodo.com/5878987/its-official-googl...
And you're a fool for lack of intelligence. Good job to you as well. Can't troll the troll.

I just find it hilarious that instead of looking up questions people will post to a gossip site. Brilliance just radiates from you people I swear.
really

United States

#37 Nov 4, 2013
Morsmordre wrote:
<quoted text>
And you're a fool for lack of intelligence. Good job to you as well. Can't troll the troll.
I just find it hilarious that instead of looking up questions people will post to a gossip site. Brilliance just radiates from you people I swear.
It took you well over a month to come up with a comeback and you are calling someone else out for a lack of intelligence?! A healthy brain is able to process a response within seconds and yet, it took you over a month.I hear K-mart has some coloring utensils and some books designed to teach kids to stay in the lines on sale right now. If you put on your helmet and rush over there, you might actually have a shot at snapping some of them up before the sale ends!
ummmm

Richmond, KY

#38 Nov 5, 2013
really wrote:
<quoted text>It took you well over a month to come up with a comeback and you are calling someone else out for a lack of intelligence?! A healthy brain is able to process a response within seconds and yet, it took you over a month.
not everyone hangs on every word posted on a laughable thread within a ridiculous gossip forum full of twits. some of us just browse through here on occasion for a laugh at your expense. again, try not to overestimate how much you matter. i can guarantee no one else is making that mistake where you are concerned, not even big brother.
Sketchy

Georgetown, KY

#39 Jan 22, 2014
I have been so sketchy about Richmond for a while. I live in Waco and I mean, watch the sky at night and youll see weird shit. I remember first seeing the zone signs, its like they all of a sudden appeared one day, and I knew that something for sure is around the corner. the weather was crazy and unnatural toward the end of 2013, like it was being generated, saw alot of unnatural looking clouds to. Everytime I go by the depot at night, I cant help but just look at how bright the lights shine from back there. Its all really strange, plus the whole FEMA thing. Guess we all need to get the hell out, before its to late.
ummm no

Richmond, KY

#40 Jan 24, 2014
Sketchy wrote:
I have been so sketchy about Richmond for a while. I live in Waco and I mean, watch the sky at night and youll see weird shit. I remember first seeing the zone signs, its like they all of a sudden appeared one day, and I knew that something for sure is around the corner. the weather was crazy and unnatural toward the end of 2013, like it was being generated, saw alot of unnatural looking clouds to. Everytime I go by the depot at night, I cant help but just look at how bright the lights shine from back there. Its all really strange, plus the whole FEMA thing. Guess we all need to get the hell out, before its to late.
...or just get back on your meds.

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