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The poison chemtrail conspiracy refuses to die (despite the evidence) Any believers here?

-- Dennis Molson (, January 12, 2002


I don't believe in chemtrails. I don't believe in starting useless fights either.

-- Peter Errington (, January 12, 2002.

Hey Peter!

What do you call a group of Texas Aggies standing on a street corner singing songs, swilling Tab, and munching on apples?

-- helen (redirection@misdirection.any.direction), January 12, 2002.

Is that the famous Peter Errorington?

-- Dennis Molson (, January 12, 2002.

Gosh, Helen, I don't know (and I'm not going to guess and maybe spoil my errorless record.)

-- Peter Errington (, January 12, 2002.

Peter is right. It's obvious that you have already made up your mind not to believe in chemtrails. So you have started this thread to do nothing more than antagonize and ridicule those who do believe in them. What's the point?

-- (don't feed @ the. trolls), January 12, 2002.

Sheesh Molson...

I whipped your butt at the other board, and I didn't even smear my eyeliner.

Guess you liked it and want more? ; )

-- (cin@cin.cin), January 12, 2002.


They're the Moron Tab-n-Apple Choir!

-- helen :) (got@any.more?), January 12, 2002.

Helen, I'm going to try to think of something to match that, but I don't know if I can. I'm glad I'm not an Aggie - that would have really stung.

-- Peter Errington (, January 12, 2002.

"I whipped your butt at the other board, and I didn't even smear my eyeliner."

That's 'cause you put it on with a trowel my dear - like all the bag ladies.

-- Dennis Molson (, January 12, 2002.

Surely Molson, you can do better than that.

{major eye roll}

Can't you?

-- (lame@lame.lame), January 12, 2002.

Yes I can cin, but my mom always told me not to make fun of the dumb kids (or in your case, the paranoid TEOTWAWKI lovers)

-- Dennis Molson (, January 12, 2002.

helen, that's the first post of yours in a long time that made me groan. ;^)

-- David L (, January 12, 2002.

David, please try to avoid groaning my name in your sleep. >;)

-- helen (no@more.trouble.please!), January 12, 2002.

I've never seen a chemtrail, but I fall down if I don't watch where I walk. I DID read on TB2k, however, that Bush was going to make a statement about them. Someone wake me up and tell me what he said, okay?

-- Anita (, January 13, 2002.

"I've never seen a chemtrail. I never hope to see one. But I will tell you this, my friend, I'd rather see than be under one."

-- T.S.Eliot (poems@poems.poems), January 13, 2002.

Hey, do we really have chemtrailers here? 'bout time; this place needs a few authentic wackos to spice things up.

For whatever it's worth, I saw a classic "chemtrail" pattern in the Wind River Mountains over Fremont Peak this summer. That's about as uninhabited an area as you'll find in the lower 48. I guess the gov'mt just doesn't want to miss anyone.

-- E.H.Porter (, January 13, 2002.

E.H., did you know the Wind River range used to be over fifty thousand feet high?

-- Peter Errington (, January 14, 2002.

My God! Did chemtrails dissolve them or something?

-- helen (needs@to.know), January 14, 2002.

Helen, I have spent a lot of time in the far south of Montana. That's in an area which includes a lot of Wyoming, which has an incredibly violent geological history. Unbelievable volcanic activity.

-- Peter Errington (, January 14, 2002.

Clarification: It wasn't volcanic activity that whittled down the mountains, it was what built them up.

-- Peter Errington (, January 14, 2002.

Yes, yes, but then what dissolved them?!

-- helen (umbrellas@against.chemtrail.dissolution), January 14, 2002.

Well.....I had to go pee really, really bad that day and....well, they told me it was erosion of the soil.

-- Uncle Deedah (, January 14, 2002.

Helen, erosion, mostly I gather by wind. I guess that volcanic stuff really blows. (As said the dinosaur)

-- Peter Errington (, January 14, 2002.

Wind? I'll have you know that I didn't fart at all that day! If you think it was wind, urine not looking in the right direction.

-- Uncle Deedah (, January 14, 2002.

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