Maybe the fact that he's an overweight redneck over 50 explains his constant visits to the doctor MUCH BETTER than your stupid theory.
1/13/2010 10:49:13 AM
BLAKE THE EUROPEAN!
My tv broke too! Egads man, tis a conspiracy!
1/13/2010 11:16:20 AM
Percy Q. Shunn
So, Obama was in control and watching you even before he was elected?
Oh, and limbaugh is a fat fuck.
1/13/2010 11:16:24 AM
Cartman got you with the Brown Noise too, huh?
1/13/2010 11:30:05 AM
Rush is over 50, morbidly obese, lives a sedentary lifestyle, eats an unhealthy diet, and suffered from a prescription drug addiction and alcoholism... dude, he's pretty lucky to have a heart that is even half-functioning. He most likely has many deep-seated emotional issues that lead to his unhealthy behavior, both as a side effect of those issues and as a form of self-medication. If he weren't such a pompous, greedy, and heartless asshole, I'd feel very sorry for him.
1/13/2010 11:57:35 AM
Yet another one who lives in an alternative universe where shit isn't mundane.
1/13/2010 12:11:45 PM
Those weapons can't be targeted to one individual person. That's why they're called CROWD CONTROL. Not to mention they are huge devices, carried around on the back of a truck or tank. Its not like you could use one without anyone noticing.
1/13/2010 12:21:11 PM
And so the conspiracy theories about Rush's hospitalization begin.
1/13/2010 12:40:08 PM
And what would be the point be to all this?
Limbaugh is just an entertainer, a clown, if you will, and you're a nut. It would be a waste of taxpayers' money to go after either of you.
1/13/2010 1:16:38 PM
Just because someone has a blog doesn't mean they have something useful, important, or even coherent to say.
1/13/2010 3:07:14 PM
Occam's razor, states that since Limbaugh is overweight, hardly (if ever) exercises, and has a history of drug use, it's due to a heart condition. Not some batshit insane idea about him being attacked by a frequency weapon with no evidence. Personally, I'm surprised he didn't go to the hospital sooner complaining of chest pains.
1/13/2010 3:11:15 PM
1/13/2010 3:11:56 PM
I love how the New Age and conspiracy types love to use the word "frequency" as if it's an all-encompassing thing. But I have to ask, frequency of what? You mean radio frequency? Audio frequency? What exactly is a frequency weapon? A machine gun could be considered a "frequency weapon" since the rounds are fired at a certain frequency, usually rounds per minute or in some cases, rounds per second.
But the New Age crowd, like the homeopathy people for instance, love to talk about their cures having different "frequencies" which kill bacteria or help different parts of the body. Sometimes they'll actually state that the frequency is the vibration of the molecules, which is pretty useless if the substance gets warmer or colder.
"in conjunction with certain military bases being use to grab the signals from the air"
That sure is a fancy way to say, "they listened to the radio." Hell if you drive down the highway listening to the radio you're "grabbing signals from the air."
1/13/2010 3:21:28 PM
It turns out Rush didn't have a heart attack...
...because that would require a heart! ;)
1/13/2010 5:33:01 PM
Umm... since passive sensors don't give of signals (as opposed to active sensors), why would there be any interference due to it?
1/13/2010 7:45:01 PM
Why would the census bureau map the poster's location with a GPS "Tag", when they could simply remotely activate the "enhanced 9-11" function, on his mobile phone, which just happens to include a GPS Transponder Function...?
As for the digital broadcast signals, that the poster "monitors", being wiped out, maybe that was due to changes in transmitted multiplexes, relocation of transmitters etc...
1/14/2010 11:04:59 AM
I am asking the question no one will, and asking it in all seriousness, if Rush Limbaugh was deliberately attacked with a frequency weapon while on Hawaiian vacation?
I am answering your question and answering it in all seriousness. No. Rush Limbaugh was not deliberately attacked with a frequency weapon. Rush Limbaugh, though he is a loud mouth @sshole, is not a threat to the United States. Thus, there is no need for the military to target him.
I do not like making a great deal of my life public as I do not care to have anyone believe me or not, as the debate takes up time I do not have to spare to convince people, I could care less about convincing.
The term is couldn't care less. If you could care less, it means that you already do care. Also, if you are debating, it means that you do care about people believing you, or else you wouldn't be debating.
I have though since the Obama benefactors started cementing power in mid 2008, had numerous computer attacks, surveillance on my personal phone conversations in conjunction with certain military bases being use to grab the signals from the air, which is quite illegal, and in the autumn of 2008 by accident in passive sensors, I noted a wiping out of digital broadcast signals for two months in my location. In layman's terms, something was interfering with the television broadcast signals I monitor, and for two months I was personally not feeling very well.
As of one Sunday, this interference stopped and the broadcast signals from 5 stations returned to normal, and, I was quite feeling well again within a day.
Some evidence would greatly be appreciated. Assuming that you are telling the truth (that you had interrupted service for two months), have you looked into a more logical explanation? Power outages? Heavy storms? Stuff like that. As for not feeling well, again, have you looked into alternate explanations? For example, I am constantly beset with allergy symptoms whenever I move to a new area (and, being in the military, that translates roughly to every two years or so). Was there an unusually high pollen count in your area for a couple of months? Could you have seasonal allergies (a good explanation for this feeling lasting for a couple of months).
This all started within weeks of the census bureau mapping my location with a GPS tag
Your personal location? Or the location of your address. If the latter, it's not GPS, it's Google Maps. Sorry. If the former, I would again need evidence.
1/14/2010 2:20:37 PM
Even sadder than his broad spectrum of paranoia is the fact that he apparently believes that he and Limbaugh are on the same side, as if Rush wouldn't ridicule him within an inch of his life given half a chance.
1/14/2010 3:44:45 PM
" A low setting producing neurological stunning of the body, high settings kill. "
You fail physics, acoustics, neurology, and life in general.
1/14/2010 7:04:10 PM
You're right about one thing anyway. No-one else will ask that question.
1/15/2010 4:51:27 AM
I Read About The Afterlife
Lame Cherry....Yes, your name is quite telling.
1/22/2010 7:32:08 AM
Frequencies can't really kill you, at least not the ones that can come out of your TV. Sorry to ruin your theory in one sentence.
1/27/2010 5:46:11 AM
Re: GreasetrapTheViking's post
I think that Lame Cherry is referring to the vehicle mounted microwave projectors a/k/a "Pain rays", that the U.S Army is considering using on "enemy non combatants" in urban pacification scenarios, rather than sonic devices, when he talks about "frequency weapons", in his rant...
3/4/2010 1:24:39 PM
Lame Cherry - You need to get out of there, RIGHT NOW. They're on to you!!! Strip naked and be sure to completely cover your head with extra strength aluminum foil (to prevent the interference from starting up again). Do not tell anyone about this. That is all.
3/5/2010 9:16:33 AM
But the real question here is: what's the frequency, Kenneth?
7/3/2010 2:58:21 PM