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|At 19:50 on 10/23/08, Dan S. from Colorado Springs added:|
Thank you for sharing this information. People need to know. Whether they can handle it or not is another matter.
Good luck to you.
|At 19:38 on 12/26/08, Stuart from Colorado added:|
Now look at what the keeping of that huge secret is getting us!
|At 17:46 on 04/11/09, CC student from Colorado Springs added:|
Thanks for helping educate me, Dave.
|At 00:22 on 04/18/09, CC Student #2 from Arizona added:|
It's not often that I've learned more while on block break than I do by attending classes at CC.
Professors clog my mind with facts; you've opened it.
Thank you, Dave.
|At 01:42 on 05/16/10, Stunned from Denver added:|
|At 10:36 on 08/28/10, Seen The Light from Colorado added:|
-- Stephen Hawking
Thanks, Dave, for revealing the grand illusion, and CC's dark side.
|At 15:57 on 01/21/11, Roger from Des Moines added:|
|At 14:45 on 06/20/11, CC Student #3 from 205.170.14.* added:|
|At 21:08 on 06/20/11, Dave from Colorado Springs added:|
Sorry, no lies; the signed letter on CC letterhead from the "Director of Campus Safety" did and does, in fact, contain that "egregious grammatical error". Perhaps I could make up something like that; I don't know: I've never tried. The graphic is genuine; an accurate visual representation of the original document.
Your 'thinking' is pathological (ie, since CC is a high-falutin' educational institution, their heavy-handed reaction to this "forbidden knowledge" supposedly could not contain such a grammatical error, therefore you can feel free to simply disbelieve the existence of a document -- and an abundance of other well-documented evidence -- which is contrary to your world view), in some kind of a mental, pseudo-logical version of "the ends justify the means". You seem to have some kind of pro-CC agenda, and are 'thinking' with your heart rather than with your head. This is semi-understandable; it is always difficult to think anything bad about those we like/trust/respect and put on a pedestal.
Are you an incurable physics-ignorant know-it-all coincidence theorist, who still goes along with the hateful official conspiracy theory that has many sheeple blaming 'hijackers' for damages which could not possibly have been caused by airliners, same as the government, mass media, and all of academia (and, FWIW, the fake/phony 911 'truth' movement)?
Please eschew labels, and follow the links, and address the evidence, and face the facts, and clue-up already: Colorado College's intellectually dishonest lying-by-omission complicit silence enables treason, including crimes against humanity and beyond...!
|At 14:56 on 02/01/12, Harper from NH added:|
I guess we're all expected to assume that intellectual capacity is some kind of guarantee of intellectual integrity, and thus the brainy people in such sacrosanct ivory towers of intellect would never stoop to hiding big lies, or ever tolerate any dishonesty whatsoever -- what utter nonsense!
|At 22:17 on 03/25/12, Human from Notre Dame added:|
'Truth' is just a lie stamped with an official seal.
|At 01:20 on 04/06/12, Dave from Colorado Springs added:|
She seemed to agree with the bumper sticker about "well-behaved women rarely make history", and initially seemed willing to consider the possibility of CC making some history. Then I told her what I had discovered about CC's lies of omission (and how they are misused to harm Our republic, our planet, and all its living species, and how they make some CC professors feel like intellectual prostitutes), whereupon she became more reserved, and quieter.
In retrospect, given her background, I wish I'd tried to frame my presentation more in terms of economics (her strength), so I followed up with an email, including links for her to follow, but I still have not yet heard back from her...
|At 02:58 on 09/06/15, CurrentCCStudent from Colorado Springs added:|
I am interested to find out if Jill ever replied to your e-mail or if there were any further developments in your communications with CC regarding this issue. Thanks!
|At 16:07 on 01/12/16, Dave from Colorado Springs added:|
You might want to try asking her, or any of your professors, yourself, and see what kind of response YOU get...
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