Mexican Swine Flu Could Be The Expected 9/11-like “Event”

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    Update: The above post was a fail.
     
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    LOL
    ALL of terral's posts are fails
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    I just read in the WSJ that Swine Flu "Epidemic" is on the wane. Nutters like Terral have to think up something new now. (Yawn)
     
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    Thought this deserved a bump since the Ebola thing has all the tin hatters reaching for vaseline again...
     
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    The part of the conspiracy mentality that just blows me away.....is how oblivious they are to their own false predictions. They make a prediction, it turns out to be completely wrong....

    .....and they just make another prediction.

    You'd figure that eventually, it would dawn on them that whatever process and assumptions they are basing these predictions upon is at the very least, laughably unreliable. And in all likelihood, completely worthless.

    But nope. They just pretend the false prediction never occured and go about their merry way. And adorably, expect us to ignore all the false predictions too.
     
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    Heh and of course our friend 9/11 was leading the charge, bringing the hammer of truth and wisdom down on all the blind sheeple...

    So 9/11... would you care to explain to the class why swine flu didn't turn into some major crisis that led to your martial law and FEMA camps? How do you feel about your dire warnings of other posters dying for ignoring your brilliant analysis of H1N1?
     
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    They're like sports prognosticators.
     
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    Except with Sports Prognosticators, at least you know that team they're predicting will win actually exists.

    For conspiracy theorists, its like predicting that the victors of a game between the SF 49ers and the Tampa Bay Buckaneers will be the Idaho Illuminatis.
     
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    Woah! I thought you died of H1N1.
     

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