Our New Crusade Against Online Ignorance Begins: Here Y' Go.

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I've registered the domain name WackoWatch.org, but NetSolutions hasn't gotten the redirect set up yet. It's still a work in progress, but the current link is http://www.jediknight.com/~smpoole/.

If youse guys know of anything really wierd out there that might prove amusing, I'd like the links.

(I've been doing a little research on Jeff Rense and Art Bell; their shows will probably be treated next.)

But there you go. Enjoy.

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 21, 2002

Answers

Did you say "Crusade AGAINST Online Ignorance"???

It looks like "Crusade OF Ignorance" would be a more accurate characterization.

I'm sure you'll find plenty of Conservatives who will be happy to join you in your narrow-minded campaign to ridicule and dismiss everything that your simple minds cannot conceive of.

-- lol (happy trails @ dim. wit), January 21, 2002.


Excellent choice of bait Stephan! Of course, the LOL bird will swallow anything cast his way.

-- So (cr@t.es), January 21, 2002.

I guess I'll wait for the "meat". I read the REAL difference between liberals and conservatives and wonder where you got this notion, Stephen. [Of course, you knew I would wonder about that.]

-- Anita (Anita_S3@hotmail.com), January 21, 2002.

I've got something for "lol" to swallow.

-- (nemesis@awol.com), January 21, 2002.

Stephen--

Will WhackoWatch.org qualify as a blo g site?

-- (lars@indy.net), January 21, 2002.



Very immature Poole, VERY immature. Imagine that, a grown man acting like a child, shooting spitwads at anyone who is different than him.

How old are you, Stephen?

-- Bravo Stephen! (very @ progressive. behavior), January 21, 2002.


Anita,

You're supposed to click the "Wacko Watch" logo to find the "meat."

(By the way, I wrote that "liberals and conservatives" thing several years ago for a forum on Compuserve. It's old. In Web years, it's older than a dead dog.)

Lars,

Maybe I've always been a blogger and just never knew it. :)

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 21, 2002.


Anita,

I changed the logo to clearly say that you should click it.

The reason it's done this way for now is because I still haven't gotten NetSolutions to redirect "WackoWatch.org" onto the JediKnight server.

This Web stuff shore gets tedius sometimes.

Bravo,

Heh. Believing that a shape-shifting alien lizard possesses the body of the Queen Mother strikes me as a bit more than "different." Nice try.

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 21, 2002.


Poole:

Based on your interest in the area, I have a question. The pup has received the mark of the beast. i.e., he has a chip implanted with all of the relevant data [since he is a beast this, in itself, is not too important]. Unfortunately, they identified him as a blue heeler. He is actually an Australian Shepherd. The breeds were developed on totally different continents. Since I told him he is totally depressed. Do you think that God will hold this against him. ;0)))

Best Wishes,,,,,

Z

-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), January 21, 2002.


I predict that a certain "fat-baby selling doomer" will be displeased with your efforts. Expect attacks...

-- Norm (back@intheday.com), January 21, 2002.


Z,

The true test is the scroonch your eyes up and chant for a while. Once you're in tune with the energies of the surrounding domain, stare at the dog for several seconds. If he begins to resemble a lizard, you'll have to take swift and sure action.

Otherwise, he's OK. There are therapists for pets now; take the pup to one of these clinics and he can engage in group therapy with other disturbed puppies.

By the way, I've already started getting email from people who've browsed the site. It's not pretty. :)

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 21, 2002.


Stephen, you and I both are big fans of the Weekly World News (greatest entertainment bargain on the planet). Do you ever stop to wonder, though, as I do, if anyone believes their stuff? And if so, God help us, are they voters?

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 21, 2002.

"Do you ever stop to wonder, though, as I do, if anyone believes their stuff? And if so, God help us, are they voters?"

Ahem, is the name "senses on" familiar to you?

-- Norm (back@intheday.com), January 21, 2002.


Norm, I have no idea what "senses on" means.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 21, 2002.

Peter,

Senses On is a character from the TB2K channel.

Stephen,

Any specials on chemtrails in the future?

-- SteveOH (thegoofycat@hotmail.com), January 21, 2002.



"Heh. Believing that a shape-shifting alien lizard possesses the body of the Queen Mother strikes me as a bit more than "different." Nice try."

So what? These people aren't hurting anyone. Talk about ignorance, the fact that you feel the need to attack people just because they have imagination and open minds is a good example of your own ignorance. Only a very feeble-minded, intolerant, and selfish individual would go out of his way to attack his fellow man simply because he doesn't like the ideas they express within their guaranteed right to freedom of speech. You make me sick, Poole.

What do you do for an encore, throw rocks at disabled people?

-- Poole's contribution to making the world a better place (being @ disgusting, ignorant, intolerant. PIG), January 21, 2002.


So what charachter are you at fatolsons?

-- Dennis Molson (dennismolson@hotmail.com), January 21, 2002.

Molson,

You should learn how to spell before you start calling other people ignorant, asshole!

-- BWAAAAH (HAHAAAHAA@HAAAHAA.HAAAHAAA!!), January 21, 2002.


Mr. Molson sir, meet the Hawk in one of his many mutations. Heís fun to jack withÖ..have fun.

-- So (cr@t.es), January 21, 2002.

LOL, Socrappy must be taking the same drugs as LL, now he thinks everyone is Hawk!

-- LOL! (try@again.dumbass), January 21, 2002.

Whatever turns you on, Poole. Of course you have a right to waste your time with whatever you like, but I wonder if you couldn't spend it on something more constructive than this.

-- (whatever @ pretty. pathetic), January 21, 2002.

Screw constructive!

Most of us spend way too much time being constructive so a little humor should always be in order. Stephen, I really enjoyed your clever and informative site and Iíll look forward to regular visits. So much material, so little time.

-- So (cr@t.es), January 21, 2002.


A spelling flame from one of fatolson's morons? Pass the "Chemtrail Dispersal Spray...giggle...

-- Dennis Molson (dennismolson@hotmail.com), January 21, 2002.

Of course I will cover chemtrails. I've already got that one link to the smoke ring that absolutely baffled some poor fellow ("I am highly trained in weather anomalies!"). The guy who runs the site speculates that it might be an "interdimensional portal." :)

These people aren't hurting anyone. Talk about ignorance, the fact that you feel the need to attack people just because they have imagination and open minds is a good example of your own ignorance. Only a very feeble-minded, intolerant, and selfish individual would go out of his way to attack his fellow man simply because he doesn't like the ideas they express within their guaranteed right to freedom of speech. You make me sick, Poole.

You know, since this has obviously pushed your button, perhaps I should respond to it.

My first observation is that you have no sense of 'yumor. This, I cannot help you with. (Speaking from experience.)

I state clearly on the "why" page at that site that I will defend anyone's right to believe (and speak) whatever they wish, no matter how wacky or wierd. If anyone ever tried to silence Icke, I'd be the first to come to his defense.

But I have that right, too. And when someone decides to go public, as Icke has, with what most people would view (without hesitation, mind you) as CLINICAL psychosis, well, that's a different matter.

More to the point, Icke goes out of his way to get people to believe him. He publishes books and holds seminars (which are not free) to "educate" people about his "discoveries."

That makes him fair game, Weedot.

I don't expect you to follow this logic for a second, but I'll try: your view seems to be that Icke has a right to free speech, but I don't. You ignore the fact that Icke's crap is offensive to many people, too.

Do you believe that the Queen Mother and Prince Charles enjoy being called "lizards," or being called *MURDERERS*? Remember, Icke insists that they MURDERED Diana because she'd "figured out" that they were shape-shifting aliens.

Sorry, no sale. Game over. Try again. If he can say that kind of crap, I can take him to task for it. And I will.

As for the next guy featured at the kickoff: Sollog deserves what he's getting, too. He ridicules anyone who DARES question that he's the Son of God and brazenly announces wacko predictions all over USENET. Well, that's fair game, too, Weedot. He said there would be an earthquake on Saturday. There wasn't. I'm merely pointing that out.

If we're talking about wastes of time, I realize that I just wasted several useful minutes writing this to YOU, because it won't make one lick of difference.

(But that's OK; I had a few minutes to waste. After all, most of us spend time in these fora for that express purpose, do we not? :)

(Translation: don't look in a mirror anytime soon.[g])

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 21, 2002.


That last post by Poole is an excellent illustration of just how intolerant he is of others, as if everyone in the world should be exactly like him. How disgustingly self-centered and ignorant. He obviously doesn't appreciate the wisdom of "live and let live".

The most constructive thing that his feeble mind can think of to do in his spare time is to serve as some kind of self-appointed Thought Policeman for his Fascist cause, attempting to suppress original thought by means of ridicule and slanderous "humor". Talk about sick in the head, this guy is a disgrace to the human race.

-- (go for @ it. sicko), January 21, 2002.


You disgrace yourself. Certainly you find as much humor in Poole's blindness as he finds in your ignorance but he doesn't call you names. Well not lately anyway. Try this for starters. There's a bunch more at the site if you like.

-- Carlos (riffraff@cybertime.net), January 22, 2002.

See Poole. I knew that this subject would be popular.

When you start getting criticism on the first day of operation you know that you're on the right track.

-- Jack Booted Thug (governmentconspiracy@NWO.com), January 22, 2002.


Good article, Carlos.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 22, 2002.

I have just sampled the forum, and already I'm pissed. It seems that a UFO buzzed one Bob White and insulted him with crude gestures.

Those damn UFOs are guests here and they should behave as such.

Apparently Mr. White was not from New York City, or he would have been able to at least manage a stalemate.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 22, 2002.


Go for it,

I said it was a waste of time did I not? :)

So, I'll just cut and paste the important part.

I don't expect you to follow this logic for a second, but I'll try: your view seems to be that Icke has a right to free speech, but I don't. You ignore the fact that Icke's crap is offensive to many people, too.

Maybe I should repeat that. You believe that Icke has a right to speak his mind, but I don't. When he does it, he's "open-minded." When I do it, it's Totalitarianism.

You also obviously believe that it's OK for Icke to make some (surprisingly, for him) negative comments about those who oppose him in return.

(Oh, but THAT'S not an attack; I forgot, because his heart's in the right place. He's trying to snatch us from De Nile, so we can overlook it when *he* does it.[g])

Is that about right? :)

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 22, 2002.


ROTFL!!

To even attempt to make any comparison between you and David Icke is a preposterous delusion of grandeur on your part, mental midget Poole. He may write about topics which are not commonly accepted by the mainstream, but he does provide a good deal of factual support for his ideas. Besides, no one is forcing you to believe him.

At least he doesn't lower himself to the level of pond scum like you, going around attacking people for no legitimate reason. You need to grow up, for Christ's sake. I expect to see websites like this from 8-year olds, but I thought you were much older than that. Sheeesh!

-- (Poole @ pathetic. loser), January 22, 2002.


"He may write about topics which are not commonly accepted by the mainstream, but he does provide a good deal of factual support for his ideas."

Hey Cin - who said comedy was dead?

-- Dennis Molson (dennismolson@hotmail.com), January 22, 2002.


Molson,

It was obvious by the second post that this person was an Icke admirer.

By the way: PETER! You still here?

Speaking of the Weekly World News, did you ever catch that TV show "Johnny Winnabago[sp?]" a few years back? It was the finest thing ever produced by Tinseltown. I also liked Picket Fences and, every now and then, Northern Exposure. :)

(Picket Fences even did a show on spontaneous human combustion. Now, you can't beat that.[g])

Since they went off the air, I just haven't watched much television.

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 22, 2002.


Peter:

Memories. The best Winnabago show was when Johnny ran across Elvis in the woods of Tennessee. He weighed about 800 pounds. "Why'd you leave, Elvis?"

"Basically, Johnny," drawled the King, "I just wanted to eat."

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 22, 2002.


At least he (Icke) doesn't lower himself to the level of pond scum like you, going around attacking people for no legitimate reason.

Who said comedy was dead?

Yeah Poole! You pond scum! Icke attacks the Royal family for a good reason! It's because they really are shape shifting aliens who murdered Di when she, too, discovered this fact.

-- Uncle Deedah (unkeeD@yahoo.com), January 22, 2002.


You're supposed to click the "Wacko Watch" logo to find the "meat."

D'Oh. Putting the "click here" did wonders for MY online ignorance. Thanks.

-- Anita (Anita_S3@hotmail.com), January 22, 2002.


Stephen:

Speaking of Elvis, it's possible (though not likely) that you and your wife may have already met the supposedly dead Elvis and not realized it. Here's why (the Weekly World News got scooped on this one):

Elvis owed such a huge amount of money to the gamblers that he not only faked his death, but underwent a sex change operation as well. He then went to work as a waitress, named Gladys, some place down South.

This from a short-lived investigative tabloid.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 22, 2002.


True Elvis fact-

When the King died he had 32 pounds of impacted fecal matter in his bowels.

-- (king@full.of.it), January 22, 2002.


To "king@full.of.it":

I regard the "official" version of Elvis' death, that he died while straining at stool, as a bitter cruel lie spread by jealous rivals in the music industry.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 22, 2002.


king,

What REALLY scares me is that someone went to the trouble of MEASURING it.

(EEEEEEUUUUUUUUuuuuuuuuuuuuuwwww!)

-- Stephen M. Poole (smpoole7@bellsouth.net), January 22, 2002.


I think Molson loves me.

-- awe (cin@cin.cin), January 22, 2002.

Jealous rivals? The impacted fecal hog hadn't had a number one hit in decades!

-- (king@full.of.it), January 22, 2002.

If you've got a problem with Poole's new site, you'll be thrilled about this one:

http://www.watchingyou.com/

-- Buddy (buddydc@go.com), January 22, 2002.


king@full.of.it:

Even after Elvis got older and, um, a little pudgy, he owned Vegas.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 22, 2002.


king@full.of.it:

You strike me as someone who would not be overly offended by a joke (fairly dumb, I'll admit) about Elvis' fatitude:

In his younger days, Elvis sat around the house. Later, he sat around the house.

-- Peter Errington (petere7@starpower.net), January 22, 2002.


Peter,

Ummm, buuuttttt...............so did Wayne Newton ; )

-- capnfun (capnfun1@excite.com), January 23, 2002.


Oh! and...

"Later, he sat around the house."

Later he wasthe house!

-- capnfun (capnfun1@excite.com), January 23, 2002.


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