Tags: 9/11, antidisestablishmentarian, asshats, blogitude, conspiracy-theory, humor, instapinch, moonbats, terrorism
Since I posted about the joint effort between Blogitude.com & Instapinch.com making it a special point to lambast the 9//11 Revisionist, Spook911, there have been several new developments. Foremost has been the revelation that Spooked claims to be a “biomedical researcher,” which should indicate that he has some grasp of Physics and Scientific Process.
Fortunately for us, he doesn’t.
On July 9th, Pinch posted some links to Spook’s first experiment. The experiment — using a bucket, some bent wire coathangers and gasoline — intended to disprove the fact that the WTC frame was made structurally inert by a hydrocarbon fire.
This, however, was merely a predecessor to the “better model,” which Pinch pointed out on June 28th. This experiment — using an empty rabbit cage and kerosene — intended to prove the same. The rabbit cage was his “better model” of the wire-frame construction of the WTC.
Using moonbat logic, the following things come to mind:
- In the 1987 movie Fatal Attraction, an infatuated woman boils a family pet — a rabbit. This also resulted in an empty rabbit cage.
- Rabbit cages usually hold rabbits, which were used to test for pregnancy from 1927 onward, thus the phrase “Rabbit test.”
- Wire coathangers have been increasingly difficult to find since the 1981 cinematic release of Mommy Dearest.
- Star of Fatal Attraction, Michael Douglas, married Catherine Zeta-Jones. The movie Rabbit Test stars Joan Rivers. Mommy Dearest was the story of an abusive mother, Joan Crawford.
- Rabbits are usually stuck with needles either in injecting placental blood during a rabbit test, to sedate them prior to killing them or when injecting them with substances during Biomedical Research.
- Wire coat hangers are often used in makeshift drug laboratories to hold buckets and beakers over flame during the production of illicit drugs due to the fact that real laboratory equipment is extremely expensive.
- “To jones” (two Joans, and an outright Jones) is to show physical symptons due to a physical or mental dependence, i.e. “to jones for a fix.”
Using moonbat logic and taking into account needles, wire coat hangers, buckets and “jones,” I have deduced that Spook is a methamphetamine addict.
The evidence is right there!