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oakhurst 01/08/13 06:41 AM

Alex Jones/Piers Morgan debate
 

Ryan Dennehy 01/08/13 06:42 AM

Alex Jones suffers from some serious paranoia.

Smeee 01/08/13 06:59 AM

I think I speak for most Brits in saying that we'd rather you didn't deport him. Thanks America.

georgedcc 01/08/13 07:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Smeee (Post 117420082)
I think I speak for most Brits in saying that we'd rather you didn't deport him. Thanks America.


This, exactly.

Spencer Control 01/08/13 07:38 AM

Saying "about 11,458" is rounding precisely. I wonder how close he is, at least to the documented stats.

Edit: Well, he just made an utter fool out of himself. He could probably even make a decent argument if he didn't get so ridiculously passionate and downright rude.

perceptrons 01/08/13 07:44 AM

This is wonderful. Man is insane.

oakhurst 01/08/13 07:45 AM

Some of the stuff Jones said makes sense but i'm pretty sure some high up people are mad at some of the stuff he gave away and that he called them out on their sponsors, but he needs to calm down while talking.

sjb2k1 01/08/13 07:58 AM

holy shit HE IS SITTING RIGHT THERE DID YOU REALLY NEED TO YELL

TheRealJohnOC 01/08/13 08:21 AM

Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura and all of these conspiracy assholes need to just go away.

Fame<Infamy 01/08/13 08:36 AM

Hahahaha, is this guy serious?

oakhurst 01/08/13 08:47 AM

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Originally Posted by TheRealJohnOC (Post 117421912)
Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura and all of these conspiracy assholes need to just go away.


Are you saying they're assholes because the way Jones acted or that they're assholes because they notice odd things the government has been doing?

CollectiveConfusion 01/08/13 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by JoshKilpatrickL (Post 117421172)
Some of the stuff Jones said makes sense but i'm pretty sure some high up people are mad at some of the stuff he gave away and that he called them out on their sponsors, but he needs to calm down while talking.


uhm what

oakhurst 01/08/13 09:08 AM

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Originally Posted by CollectiveConfusion (Post 117422632)
uhm what


Did you not watch the video?

CollectiveConfusion 01/08/13 09:14 AM

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Originally Posted by JoshKilpatrickL (Post 117423312)
Did you not watch the video?


I did. I'm just not sure what you think this guy "gave away," there were a lot of made up statistics and the ones that are real aren't secret and can be accessed by anyone with internet. What am I missing?

thursday727 01/08/13 09:24 AM

* sigh * i'm on AJ's side but i won't get into that argument with you guys, it's pointless.
but here's some info on what happened after
http://www.prisonplanet.com/alex-jon...ducer-cry.html
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Radio host Alex Jones says his CNN confrontation with host Piers Morgan last night was so volatile that one of the producers of the show burst into tears during the commercial break.
According to Jones, the fact that the showdown became so out of control and off-script overwhelmed CNN staffers and sent them into a tailspin, including Piers Morgan Tonight producer Rachel Burstein, who began to shed tears.
Jones was supposed to appear in a third segment on the show to debate lawyer Alan Dershowitz, but CNN managers and Morgan himself were so outraged at his refusal to play ball that they changed the format of the whole program on a whim.
After the second segment, Morgan told Jones, “You’re done,” to which Jones responded by accusing Morgan of chickening out of the confrontation.
“We will defeat you,” Jones told Morgan, to which Morgan responded by snickering.
Jones said he also confronted Dershowitz on his support for creating warrants that would allow police and security services to torture suspects, adding that Dershowitz was not interested in debating Jones.