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  • ab 4:48 pm on April 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Nobody has a name 

    Time to drag out the old serial killer couple’s story, just in time for Hitler’s birthday. I’m more convinced than ever that Karly Kurls is an actress.

    As usual,  no names of witnesses to this outrage are given or required for people to believe this story.

    Residents of a Quebec town are shocked and furious after learning notorious schoolgirl killer Karla Homolka is living among them.

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  • ab 4:29 pm on April 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Of course we HAVE NOT 

    These people have no shame or no brain or both.

    In a post titled, “We have walked on the moon? True or False,” the ombudsman concludes that of course we have.

    Source: Yes, man really did walk on the moon: Radio-Canada ombudsman debunks conspiracy theories | National Post

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  • ab 4:14 pm on April 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Amber Abuse 

    I am already fatigued by these Amber alerts. Like all good ideas, they are ruined by those that seem to take advantage of them.

    How can a parent abduct their own child? Are there any REAL cases of parents killing their children to spite their spouses?

    My second beef is with this SIU civilian unit in Ontario. Why do almost all psyop-like cases involve this so called civilian (secret) body that oversees police wrong doings? What is the reason? Are they trying to make the public become fed up with this foolishly depicted agency to go back to no civilian oversight and IA (internal affairs)?

    Like most promoted stories, I doubt this one has one grain of truth.

    A four-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted by her father early Monday morning has been airlifted to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after the car they were in rolled over following a police pursuit.

    Source: Ontario girl allegedly abducted by dad is in hospital after car crash: police – The Globe and Mail

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  • ab 6:38 am on April 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Squat talk 

    Jonathan Isbit will be stopping by for an interview this weekend. Leave your questions here – I’m not sure if we’ll go live.

    Use the full squatting position safely and comfortably on an ordinary toilet with Nature’s Platform. Benefits include prevention and relief of colon problems–hemorrhoids, constipation, perhaps even colon cancer.

    Source: Health Benefits of the Natural Squatting Position

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    • Carole Thomas 3:56 am on April 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Maybe ask him about best exercises to train your body to get into a full squat. And, is it OK to have your feet pointed at a 45 degree angle or should they always be pointed straightahead?

  • ab 6:36 am on April 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    BLACK CHILD meets the ANTI-TRUMP PROTESTERS NYC 

    Interesting to see some “real” footage of a (seeded/managed?) protest.

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    • Vespadouglas 6:52 am on April 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Even the people with “clever” comment on American politics , come across as rather dumb .

  • ab 2:06 pm on April 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    I hate firecrackers 

    I’ve always thought fireworks were a huge waste of time and money. I guess the Indian government agrees that it’s out of control, at least in India. It’s odd to me that a court can make a ruling that acts like a law in a parliamentary democracy, but either way I think this could be a staged event + land clear to make legal changes. Observe the magic numbers 11 and 1+8=9.

    An Indian high court on Tuesday banned the use of high-decibel firecrackers between sunset and sunrise after a fireworks display at a Hindu temple in Kerala state ignited a series of explosions and killed 110 people.

    Eighteen people were taken into custody, including employees of a fireworks manufacturer who was given the contract for running the show at the Puttingal Devi temple in the Kollam district.

    At least 150 houses in the area of the temple were also said to have been badly damaged by the blast.

    Source: Indian court bans use of high-decibel crackers after temple fireworks blaze kills 110 | Top News | Reuters

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  • ab 7:30 am on April 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Odd backlinks 

    I don’t smoke weed, I don’t talk about weed; I am weedless. Why is this guy linking to my blog with this photo that I can’t find on my website? Is he trying to help or hinder the blog?

    (Photo Courtesy of Fakeologist.com)

    Source: Drug Smuggler and ‘Mr. Nice’ Author Howard Marks Dies at 70 | High Times

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    • tomdalpra 8:03 am on April 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      that’s a weird one. Could this be an attempt to link pot smokers with conspiracy theories ? I’d be tempted to contact the publication and ask them why they’re lying about your site.

    • Tom Dalpra

      Tom Dalpra 8:05 am on April 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      sorry, didn’t realsie I wasn’t logged in.

    • Tom Dalpra

      Tom Dalpra 1:12 pm on April 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      It says ‘ photo courtesy of’ . So have you ever posted that photo Ab, ? Clearly you didn’t take it !

      The High Times yeah ? The famous publication. ?
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Times

      Funny little link.

  • ab 7:50 pm on April 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    New Audios up 

    New Streaming Audios at Fakeologist Radio 2

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  • ab 12:47 pm on April 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Fake snake 

    With all the magick numbers, I’m surprised it wasn’t 9 feet long.

    The Telegraph reports it is eight metres long and weighs 550 pounds. If confirmed, the reticulated python would be 33 centimetres and 200 pounds larger than the current Guinness Book of World Records holder, the Missouri-based Medusa. Reticulated pythons are thought to be the world’s longest snakes.

    Source: Largest snake ever captured: Eight metre, 550-pound python discovered on popular Malaysian island | National Post

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  • ab 1:13 pm on April 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Police beLIEve 

    Does the verb believe let the media/ storytellers off the hook if this is a fake story?

    Interesting how so many bad things happen at 3:30am.

    Jane and Sheppard crash leaves 3 dead, 2 seriously injured
    Toronto police said they believe an Acura clipped another vehicle before it rolled over, ejecting all five occupants from the car.

    According to Toronto police, the crash happened near Jane St. and Sheppard Ave. W. around 3:30 a.m.

    Three people died on scene, and two were rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to Toronto Paramedic Services. None of the victims’ identities have been disclosed

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