Was 9/11 a conspiracy??

Created by djhixx on Oct 13, 2007

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well, im not sure

who

Basingstoke, UK

#275270 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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ratdick wears an Armani suit, and Bruno Magli shoes, drives a Tesla, parks it in a $400 a day parking space with charging station, and counts other people's money on Wall Street. He used to claim he went out with a blonde Swedish model but she probably dumped him when he became a hypocritical Buddhist. Om Padme Mani Hum ratdick. The foul air of the New York city life is the only world he knows and he is a most happy and unaware man.
Uh Huh Eh !
LOL!!
I've seen a picture of Radish standing next to a good looking blond, but I don't know whether or not she was his girlfriend or some poor woman he accosted in the office....you'd have to ask him.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275271 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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However it was conceived, the value (purchasing power) of the USD has plummeted 96% in the 100 years
No, the dollar did NOT really lose 95% of its value since 1913

There is a chart making the rounds lately, that claims the dollar lost 96.2% of it value since 1900. One of Ron Paul's fav talking points. Though technically true in a very narrow sense, if you look at average incomes during the same period, it is clear why this is deceptive. Additionally, the way the line chart is presented is highly deceptive. It makes it seem that there has been higher inflation in the last 40 years. But if you look at the actual numbers in the chart, that is clearly not the case. See the last 2 paragraphs for more detail.

Let us take at the period from 1913-2006, where we have complete data. So what do they mean, when they say the dollar lost 95.1% of its value in those 93 years? Essentially, an average good/service that cost $1 in 2006, used to be priced at 4.9 cents in 1913. In other words, the average price level of goods/services increased by 1930% since 1913. True, but guess what, average earned income increased by 6560% during the same time period. Average earned income rose from $740/yr in 1913 to $49,300/yr in 2006. Adjusting for inflation,$740/yr in 1913 is $15,000/yr in 2006 dollars. Average incomes, not only kept pace, but beat price inflation by 230%.

So does it make any sense all to say the dollar lost value? In reality, the REAL purchasing power of the average American, has increased by 230% in the past century. Sure, prices were cheap in 1913, but $740/yr doesn't buy you a whole lot, not anymore than 15,000/yr today. Even this statistic doesn't fully capture the quality of life gains of the last century. A household making $15,000/yr today is well below the poverty line, but yet, they are highly likely to have a refrigerator, indoor plumbing, electricity, tv, cell phone and maybe even heating and cooling. They are highly likely to have government help in making ends meet - food stamps, subsidized housing, Medicaid etc:. And yeah, thanks to advances in medicine, they don't have to worry about half their children dying before the age of 5. Their analogue in 1913, making $740/yr had none of these "luxuries". And that was the average income... Can you imagine what the poverty line looked like then?

Anyone who says the dollar lost value, is really trying to sell the false point of view, that somehow things were better off in 1913. Seriously?? Maybe we should send them back in time to live in the slums of New York. Yeah, we had actual slums back then. Update 3/2/2012: Yes, technically, in the parlance of mainstream economics, the dollar dropped in value. But, anytime Ron Paul says the dollar lost 95% of it value, but conveniently ignores the fact that average incomes and average savings beat price inflation, he is deceiving the American public. The fact the incomes and savings beat inflation, it makes the "fall" in the dollar completely irrelevant. What I am saying is we need a change in terminology.

http://realfactbias.blogspot.com/2012/02/no-d...
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275272 Jul 18, 2014
who wrote:
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I said I've heard of it....didn't say I was an expert.
But generally speaking I'd agree with your post.
It's also true to say that the President who signed in the Federal Reserve had some regrets.
People misunderstand it, it keeps politicians from using the money supply to their gain or crippling it to make the party in power look bad.

(Expand the supply and for a year the party in power will create a boom, then when the other party gets in inflation and unemployment follow the ill advised expansion.)
who

Basingstoke, UK

#275274 Jul 18, 2014
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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People misunderstand it, it keeps politicians from using the money supply to their gain or crippling it to make the party in power look bad.
(Expand the supply and for a year the party in power will create a boom, then when the other party gets in inflation and unemployment follow the ill advised expansion.)
Well most countries have a central banking system, I don't see the problem myself.
But then again, as I know pretty much jack shit about economics I wouldn't.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275275 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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So you agree the present expansion and subsequent debasement of the money supply by the politicians currently in power is ill-advised.
False Statement.

The Fed choses when to expand or contract the money supply the politicians do not!

Anyone above fast food wages understands this!

PS; Wong about Jekyll Island

PSS: Wrong about the dollar losing value, you are batting zero today!
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275276 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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So you agree the present expansion and subsequent debasement of the money supply by the politicians currently in power is ill-advised.
Show me one order by a politician to EXPAND THE MONEY SUPPLY, a single one!

Que Crickets!
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275277 Jul 18, 2014
who wrote:
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Well most countries have a central banking system, I don't see the problem myself.
But then again, as I know pretty much jack shit about economics I wouldn't.
True on most countries, it's got it's pros and cons, none of which you read on the net for the most part. It's much better than the politicians controlling the supply, no one has come up with a better system but like most human predictions, they get it wrong once in a while.
who

Basingstoke, UK

#275278 Jul 18, 2014
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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True on most countries, it's got it's pros and cons, none of which you read on the net for the most part. It's much better than the politicians controlling the supply, no one has come up with a better system but like most human predictions, they get it wrong once in a while.
I wouldn't trust a politician to tell me the right time of day, so I really wouldn't trust them with the supply.
Anyway things to do.
Laters.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275279 Jul 18, 2014
who wrote:
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I wouldn't trust a politician to tell me the right time of day, so I really wouldn't trust them with the supply.
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I agree.
Pegasus

Tampa, FL

#275280 Jul 18, 2014
Firestorm USA wrote:
I definitely agree with former Gov Jesse Ventura about this !!!
Uh huh.....yep .....sure.

Steroids
Pegasus

Tampa, FL

#275281 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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ratdick wears an Armani suit, and Bruno Magli shoes, drives a Tesla, parks it in a $400 a day parking space with charging station, and counts other people's money on Wall Street. He used to claim he went out with a blonde Swedish model but she probably dumped him when he became a hypocritical Buddhist. Om Padme Mani Hum ratdick. The foul air of the New York city life is the only world he knows and he is a most happy and unaware man.
Uh Huh Eh !
Don't let envy rent space in your head.....
.........
......... vacant head
redrabbit

San Antonio, TX

#275282 Jul 18, 2014
Charlie Sheen wrote:
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Yea, when I debated on another board and took it serious around 2002-2003 there were 500 posts a day. The movement is dead.
Not to even mention, these are opinion polls. They are worthless in determining the facts even if they were representative. Take one hundreds years ago and the world may be flat according to 95% of the responders, that does not make the world flat.
Ur rig it's dead so wtf are u still getting on this everyday u fckin jerkoff charlie answer me bitch!

“ The Lord of delirious minds.”

Since: Dec 10

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#275283 Jul 18, 2014
Firestorm USA wrote:
I definitely agree with former Gov Jesse Ventura about this !!!
So you mean playing Russian Roulette with a .45 Auto , is a good idea?
You first genius, I'll take back up.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275284 Jul 18, 2014
redrabbit wrote:
<quoted text>Ur rig it's dead so wtf are u still getting on this everyday u fckin jerkoff charlie answer me bitch!
Welcome to outtakes from Yo MTV Raps 1982.
Charlie Sheen

Lincoln, NE

#275285 Jul 18, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text> So you mean playing Russian Roulette with a .45 Auto , is a good idea?
You first genius, I'll take back up.
I bet he spins the mag around on the table before inserting it and dropping the slide to increase his chances.

“Fix bayonettes!”

Since: Aug 08

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#275288 Jul 18, 2014
RADEKT wrote:
How did you find out ???<quoted text>
I know a lot of things.
When You're Supreme Leader, it pays to know a lot of things.

“Fix bayonettes!”

Since: Aug 08

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#275290 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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So you get paid a lot huh ?
Uh Huh Eh !
It pays the bills, and I get 1st lick at the water bottle-thingy.

Uh Huh Eh?......Dude, cough that hairball up.

“Fix bayonettes!”

Since: Aug 08

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#275291 Jul 18, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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So you get paid a lot huh ?
Uh Huh Eh !
I also get to carry a suitcase, chained to My paw called the "Football".
This one is different, it contains footballs, seem many Rodents are avid football fans, for some reason.

“the summer home in Cape Cod”

Since: Jun 07

Manhattan, New York

#275293 Jul 18, 2014
WOW ........Zippy is having an hour long conversation with himself ...... why is mental illness a by product of Twoof ?!?!?!?!?
onemale

Charleston, IL

#275294 Jul 18, 2014
This is who Traitorous Charlie works for, it says a lot about him

Sibel Edmonds, a former translator for the FBI, describes how the Pentagon, CIA and State Department maintained intimate ties to al-Qaeda militants as late as 2001. Her memoir, Classified Woman: The Sibel Edmonds Story, published last year, charged senior government officials with negligence, corruption and collaboration with al Qaeda in illegal arms smuggling and drugs trafficking in Central Asia.

http://www.911truth.org/sunday-times-report-u...

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