Autographed Copies Of Loose Change 2nd Edition

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Autographed Copies Of Loose Change 2nd Edition

stopsnitchin
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Nov 8 2007, 02:11 AM #1

check it out, i ordered one yesterday :D

http://infowars-shop.stores.yahoo.net/auloch2ed.html




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Nov 8 2007, 02:27 AM #2

Truth profiteering.
That is sick.
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Nov 8 2007, 03:01 AM #3

honway @ Nov 8 2007, 02:27 AM wrote: Truth profiteering.
That is sick.
the money goes to LCFC i guess, and Alex dosnt profit off of anything, he loses money on his movies

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Nov 8 2007, 03:24 AM #4

I don't have a problem with people making DVDs and covering their costs and making
a profit to support their efforts. I have purchased my fair share.
But when you start trying to sell autographs, you have crossed a line.
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Nov 8 2007, 09:12 AM #5

I agree. Shameful.
"Only the small secrets need to be protected. The big ones are kept by public incredulity."
- Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980)
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Nov 8 2007, 10:00 AM #6

Not a good look.
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Nov 8 2007, 10:43 AM #7

If Alex Jones makes his presence known TODAY while BUSH IS IN SAN ANTONIO,
I will sign up for the deluxe package out of gratitude.

Let ALEX know Bush is on his turf. Time to make some NOISE for the movement :)
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Nov 8 2007, 01:01 PM #8

honway @ Nov 7 2007, 09:27 PM wrote: Truth profiteering.
That is sick.
I heard on one of the cable news networks the other day that Giuliani had made some 60 million dollars on his "truth" speaking tour and security company activities post 9/11.

Now that's sick.
Experience is what you get when you're expecting something else.
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Nov 8 2007, 02:52 PM #9

kissing blarney @ Nov 8 2007, 08:01 AM wrote:
honway @ Nov 7 2007, 09:27 PM wrote: Truth profiteering.
That is sick.
I heard on one of the cable news networks the other day that Giuliani had made some 60 million dollars on his "truth" speaking tour and security company activities post 9/11.

Now that's sick.
First, I DO NOT support Giuliani.

But, ALL presedential candidates raise money in this fashion. In fact, anyone running for any kind of office does the same thing.

They're called fundraisers.

Do you think it's sick because he calls it his "truth" tour? I doubt it has much to do with 9-11. That just sounds like some kind of Marketing slogan.
"Easy. That shit never happened."

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Nov 8 2007, 02:58 PM #10

RedDawn @ Nov 8 2007, 02:52 PM wrote:
kissing blarney @ Nov 8 2007, 08:01 AM wrote:
honway @ Nov 7 2007, 09:27 PM wrote: Truth profiteering.
That is sick.
I heard on one of the cable news networks the other day that Giuliani had made some 60 million dollars on his "truth" speaking tour and security company activities post 9/11.

Now that's sick.
First, I DO NOT support Giuliani.

But, ALL presedential candidates raise money in this fashion. In fact, anyone running for any kind of office does the same thing.

They're called fundraisers.

Do you think it's sick because he calls it his "truth" tour? I doubt it has much to do with 9-11. That just sounds like some kind of Marketing slogan.
I doubt the money from his speaking tour went into his candidacy funds, these were for personal gain, same goes for the security company he set up after 9/11.Remember this was BEFORE he announced that he was runnning.
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Nov 8 2007, 04:31 PM #11

Reggie_perrin @ Nov 8 2007, 09:58 AM wrote:
RedDawn @ Nov 8 2007, 02:52 PM wrote:
kissing blarney @ Nov 8 2007, 08:01 AM wrote:
honway @ Nov 7 2007, 09:27 PM wrote: Truth profiteering.
That is sick.
I heard on one of the cable news networks the other day that Giuliani had made some 60 million dollars on his "truth" speaking tour and security company activities post 9/11.

Now that's sick.
First, I DO NOT support Giuliani.

But, ALL presedential candidates raise money in this fashion. In fact, anyone running for any kind of office does the same thing.

They're called fundraisers.

Do you think it's sick because he calls it his "truth" tour? I doubt it has much to do with 9-11. That just sounds like some kind of Marketing slogan.
I doubt the money from his speaking tour went into his candidacy funds, these were for personal gain, same goes for the security company he set up after 9/11.Remember this was BEFORE he announced that he was runnning.
I didn't realize that...then you're probably right it went in his bank account.

Either way, nothing surprising here. Everybody does it.
"Easy. That shit never happened."

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Nov 8 2007, 06:31 PM #12

honway @ Nov 7 2007, 10:24 PM wrote: I don't have a problem with people making DVDs and covering their costs and making a profit to support their efforts. I have purchased my fair share.

But when you start trying to sell autographs, you have crossed a line.
Perhaps this is part of covering one's costs.

And there's no guarantee that costs of such a pricey project could be covered.

Look at all of the profiteering and fearmongering that has been undertaken by cable channels, Hollywood and bookstores, peddling the official myth.

Not to mention public figures trying to raise their profiles and ratings peddling 9/11 fear.

If we all want the Truth to continue being told in the big way it has been lately, I think we should at least allow those spreading the Truth to try and keep their electricity turned on and food on their tables.

Did Speilberg really need to make 'Shindlers List'?

Or Oliver Stone the 'World Trade Center'?
The Empire Of Oil: The Hidden History Of 9/11

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Nov 8 2007, 10:14 PM #13

It takes a special kind of person to defend a guy like Giuliani there Red. His speaking fee was 100 thousand dollars per speech on his tour. It's how he made his living until the security thing got rolling. The " "s around truth should have given you an indication that truth and Giuliani are something approaching mutually exclusive. Guess it's hard to shake that duh'bunker mentality.
Experience is what you get when you're expecting something else.
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Nov 9 2007, 01:54 AM #14

<_<

What ever, i still bought mine to support Alex/LTW and its a peice of history...




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Nov 9 2007, 02:21 AM #15

kissing blarney @ Nov 8 2007, 10:14 PM wrote:It takes a special kind of person to defend a guy like Giuliani there Red.&nbsp; His speaking fee was 100 thousand dollars per speech on his tour.&nbsp; It's how he made his living until the security thing got rolling.&nbsp; The " "s around truth should have given you an indication that truth and Giuliani are something approaching mutually exclusive.&nbsp; Guess it's hard to shake that duh'bunker mentality.
Yeah, Giuliani is really a piece of shit.

100 to 200 thousand bucks for each speech, exploiting his 'incompetence', which costed the lives of a lot of firefighters, on 9/11.

And given that, I don't know why people bitch about something such insignificant like autographs on lc-dvds, which certainly won't make anyone a millionair, or even getting close to it.
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Nov 9 2007, 04:30 AM #16

I think this is a great idea! Naturally, this must be fund raising for the first responders or something, but I don't see it mentioned on that page, it could just be my vision since I need to buy new reading glasses. Could someone tell me which charity this goes to?
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Nov 9 2007, 04:40 PM #17

vodalian @ Nov 9 2007, 04:30 AM wrote: I think this is a great idea! Naturally, this must be fund raising for the first responders or something, but I don't see it mentioned on that page, it could just be my vision since I need to buy new reading glasses. Could someone tell me which charity this goes to?
Hello, sorry for bothering you guys again. I was just hoping that someone could answer this question for me. I would just like to know which charity I'm donating to before giving my money. I'm sure you understand :)
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Nov 9 2007, 04:52 PM #18

vodalian @ Nov 9 2007, 04:30 AM wrote: I think this is a great idea! Naturally, this must be fund raising for the first responders or something, but I don't see it mentioned on that page, it could just be my vision since I need to buy new reading glasses. Could someone tell me which charity this goes to?
i think it is 10% to the feal good foundation
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Nov 9 2007, 04:56 PM #19

joe911 @ Nov 9 2007, 04:52 PM wrote:
vodalian @ Nov 9 2007, 04:30 AM wrote: I think this is a great idea! Naturally, this must be fund raising for the first responders or something, but I don't see it mentioned on that page, it could just be my vision since I need to buy new reading glasses. Could someone tell me which charity this goes to?
i think it is 10% to the feal good foundation
Ah, thanks :)
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Nov 13 2007, 08:43 PM #20

Mine Just Came Today :)

Well worth the &#036;30, its 4 autographs, the DVD, and infowars bumper stickers :D




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