Did Jared Loughner discuss violence on popular on-line conspiracy theory forums?.
|Enfinite Source Of Currency!?!?|
|Topic started on 8-7-2010 @ 06:14 AM by Erad3|
Is it possible for an infinite source of currency?
If a member of the treasury creates 5 new currency's then the new currency replaces the previous currency.
If the new currency replaces the previous currency then the previous currency is no longer in use.
A members of the treasury creates 5 new currency's.
Therefore, the previous currency is no longer in use.
If the treasury creates a new currency then the new currency will replace the previous currency.
The treasury creates a new currency.
Therefore, the new currency will replace the previous currency.
If the treasury creates one new currency then why couldn't they create an infinite amount?
Wouldn't be beautiful to see your face on the new coins?
This is for determining the location.
I present this because of how to locate the money source for distribution.
If the poster locates the currency for purchase then the currency is in use for the location.
The currency isn't in use for the location.
Therefore, the poster didn't locate the currency for purchase.
If the poster locates the universe then the poster locates the outside universe.
The poster didn't locate the outside universe.
Nonetheless, the poster didn't locate the universe.
This is flattering to me for the location of a currency!
How flattering is this thread!
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Mr. Loughner asked in an Above Top Secret site posting: "Is it possible that politicians are taking advantage of the money system? It's possible to overthrow a government and change the currency."
At first users took the question seriously. One user responded, "Governments, corporations, lots of individuals take advantage of the money system.…What we need to do is get rid of money, barter and exchange altogether."
Yet after some back-and-forth, another user questioned Mr. Loughner's mental health.
"I think you're frankly schizophrenic, and no that's not an amateur opinion and not intended as an uninformed or insulting remark," this user wrote. "I really do care. Seek help before you hurt yourself or others or start taking your medications again, please."
This is a Suspicious News Brief. Read the full story at the Wall Street Journal.