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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by laxjoe, Feb 17, 2017.
How the fuck is someone that flies as much as he does a flat earth truther
Duke people man
the fucking worst. from white supremacists to flat earthers and rapists.
he probably just chalks it up to fake views
His eyes aren't real
He doesn't believe there are other planets in our solar system. Also fake moon landing nonsense.
Total moron is an understatement
Every time I see one of these threads, I'm hoping these guys are talking about Holographic Principle...and I'm always disappointed afterwards
I would love to have one of the flat earth people explain to me the incentive for "the powers that be" to perpetuate the "myth" that the earth is round.
Ronald Savage level intelligence there.
I bet Kyrie thinks Stevie Wonder is actually blind too.
being rich and really good at something affords people the luxury of being stupid
The next time I see Stevie Wonder occupying a seat in the front row of a sporting event, I'm going to flip the fuck out
I'll also take this thread to remind everyone that it's really never a good idea to look to your favorite athletes and celebrities for their opinions really on anything except for what they actually do.
What if my favorite celebrity fired other celebrities on a TV show where they ran fake business projects?
Almost as bad as William Hayes on Hard Knocks believing in mermaids and not in evolution.
Think about the absolute panic that would result if it was found out that you could just fall off the edge of the world.
How else would you explain what happened to the hot brunette from Step by Step?
Plenty of talentless broke idiots on the world. Corch...
I hear certain opinions from established athletes and celebs and the first thought that enters my mind is "Do these stars actually believe these things, or are they just trying desperately to be different?" Or is it combination of both?
unless it's dee snider
Do research sheeple
good god even the duke players who are somewhat bearable are complete dipshits
He became the leg of a basket weaving monster named Scuzzlebutt. Everyone kows that.
And here come the idiots
which is funny since the way gravity works means if you could actually make it to the edge you'd be perfectly fine. the issue is as you approached the edge gravity would be fighting against you immensely and you'd be more likely to fall back. if you made it to the edge and then onto the other side gravity would roll you back towards the center with some considerable force.
but understanding the impossibility of this via physics isn't something that would work on people dumb enough to believe in flat earth so you have to tell them simple stuff like the horizon.
there is no doubt that paste eating retard frank kaminsky thinks the earth is flat
Good luck finding a hockey player that thinks the earth is flat
If there's one, it's Chris Pronger...or Patrick Kane
One has CTE. The other HPV.
calling it now....this is viral marketing for the upcoming Uncle Drew movie
I think you can trust Arnold bro
The Illuminati are big time players in the classroom globe syndicate. Ever tried to sell a flat globe?
I prefer flat earth truthers to anti-vaxxers. Those people need be exterminated before they get us all killed
Has to be some overlap. Significant, hopefully.
I always wonder why these seemingly stupid theories persist and persist regardless of evidence. It's almost like the person who created this conspiracy theory said to themselves "consipiracy theorists are so stupid I can probably get them to believe anything even that the earth is flat" and then succeeded in doing so.
I think it stems from a mind set of 1) not very bright individuals (obviously) 2) I'm smarter than most people around me. Yea maybe I didn't get into a good school and maybe my grades weren't that great but at least I question everything not like all these sheep. I'm more unique than everyone..... which in itself is a very unoriginal aspiration.
It's called a map
I'm 99% sure that's actually almost exactly how the flat earth conspiracy started. Some dude created it as a satire of conspiracy nutcases, then it actually caught on.
Draymond joining in on the fun
This speaks wonders for a Duke education.
Team "it's a work"