So...



  • I'm not normally into trolling, but I think I'll make an exception for this one. I think I've found the perfect forum for our good friend swampie. I can almost guarantee him that his threads won't be locked there.



  • Wow. There's a lot of incoherent rambling on that forum.



  • What is this i don't even



  • Note to self: check back in a year



  • @Xyro said:

    Note to self: check back in a year
    Or (just over) 4 months



  • See, the forum itself is kind of a troll forum. Kind of like 4chan. You don't "troll" 4chan, 4chan IS the troll. This 2012 forum, the flat earth society forum, and the 9/11 truther forums are all examples of forums that are impossible to troll, simply because it's a bizarro forum where everyone else is the troll. Normal people, in essence, are the trolls on those forums.

    Nevertheless, I'd love to see how they react to Spectate's stones. Didn't he say a few times that he held the key to 2012 and will use the stones to save us from the impending doom at one point or another?



  • I apologize for posting twice in a row, but I did some more digging through this forum and thought this was too good to pass up:

    This post by Raphael really encapsulates everything hilariously bizarre and nonsensical about these theories. It nearly matches Time Cube in its incoherence and weirdness.



  •  @Raphael said:

    great...keep reBLEATing that to yourself...go sit in the corner.

    [...]

    Me and my swastika have been oppoSSed for years now, by scientists and judeao/christian plebes where-ever we venture together.

    @www.thestupidestmanonearth.com said:

    Doug Pederson clearly has a great love for wordplay. He frequently incorporates
    puns and double entendres in his forum discussions and real-life actions, to the
    point of absurdity.

    [quote user="Wikipedia"]In psychiatry, the term neologism is used to describe the use of words that only have meaning to the person who uses them, independent of their common meaning.[2] This is considered normal in children, but a symptom of thought disorder (indicative of a psychotic mental illness, such as schizophrenia) in adults.[3] People with autism also may create neologisms.[4] In addition, use of neologisms may be related to aphasia acquired after brain damage resulting from a stroke or head injury.[5][/quote]

    I agree, maybe instead of trolling, we should pool and engage a psychiatrist ?



  • @PSWorx said:

    I agree, maybe instead of trolling, we should pool and engage a psychiatrist ?

    We tried that already. We tried everything. Except mini nukes.



  • @derula said:

    @PSWorx said:
    I agree, maybe instead of trolling, we should pool and engage a psychiatrist ?

    We tried that already. We tried everything. Except mini nukes.

     

    I sanction this hint.


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