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Cliff Varnell

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    In the early 80's I helped weaponize rocknroll (see bio); in the early 90's I helped weaponize collectors' trading cards; since then I've been helping to weaponize the salient fact of conspiracy in the murder of JFK: the bullet holes in his clothes are too low to associate with his throat wound.

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  1. Cliff Varnell

    A question to David Lifton

    Would a short load round maintain a near-straight line trajectory, or lose significant elevation?
  2. Cliff Varnell

    A question to David Lifton

    6.5mm FMJ rounds don't leave shallow wounds. Lets that Oswald feller off the hook...
  3. Cliff Varnell

    A question to David Lifton

    Lance, you claimed to have replicated the following event -- 2 inches of your shirt and 2 inches of your jacket elevated entirely above the top of your back without pushing up on your jacket collar. Chad Zimmerman couldn't do it using both hands to pull up on the clothing hundreds of times. Are you going to put up -- or shut up and leave us with the conclusion you're a l-i-a-r?
  4. You're not assuming this photo is genuine, are you?
  5. The physical evidence recovered with the body is of supreme interest.
  6. I left Berry Creek Thursday morning when the fire was small and over in Paradise. I had to get back and take care of my cat otherwise I'd have been there until Saturday morning when Berry Creek was evacuated. My friends got out but we're sweatin' it heavy, the fire jumped east of the dry fingers of Lake Oroville but it hasn't breached the 162 about 3 miles to the east, my friends maybe a mile east of the 162. [fingers crossed]
  7. Cliff Varnell

    Beto's Bobby Vibe

    Beto's concession speech sounded like the kick-off of a bigger campaign. He played bass in FOSS back in the 90's. Not all their stuff was hardcore punk rock but this was... Pretty funny...
  8. Cliff Varnell

    Beto's Bobby Vibe

    With a toothy boyish grin and "the common touch" Beto O'Rourke is gonna be the Prez in 2021. That's what my crystal ball sez. If Robert Kennedy had lived to become a hardcore "positive politics" punk rocker in 1980 you'd have Beto O'Rourke and another half foot in height. Beto on Colin Kaepernick in Texas fercrissakes!
  9. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    You seem a little bit out of sorts, David. Don't tell me you were rooting for the Dodgers...
  10. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    I'm waiting for his sequel --"I Was A Middle Aged Nutter Propagandist."
  11. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    "Admittedly" you were exaggerating your case about what a "majority" of EF members thought.
  12. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    I don't remember you taking a poll on this, W. I'm officially agnostic on the subject because I think the Oswald Assassination is an over-rated topic in regards to the Kennedy Assassination and I haven't done the homework others have. People seem to assume that the perps behind the Red Agent sheep-dipping and murder of the patsy were the same people who whacked JFK. I'm not ready to go there. I suspect they were compartmentalized operations. That said, the dude Ruby shot looks like a 30-year old to me. So when you get the opinions of all the members of the EF put me down as "likely" that the birth Oswald wasn't the death Oswald. All in all it's a big fat rabbit hole in my book. As far as "accepted facts" go, it's an accepted fact that 6.5mm FMJ rounds don't leave shallow wounds, so the claim that LHO with a Mannlicher shot JFK in the back is a Big Lie.
  13. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    Sandy Larsen posted that photo, not DVP. My bad. Thanks again, Sandy.
  14. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    This thread is an interesting case study in how True Belief inhibits cognition. Lance suffers from a suppression of his reading skills: http://www.throughtherye.com/flusser/ch2.htm <quote on, emphasis added> The sixties brought the Peacock Revolution - a phrase popularized in this country by George Frazier, a former columnist for Esquire magazine and the Boston Globe - which began on Carnaby Street in London and featured a whole array of new looks, including the Nehru jacket and the Edwardian suit. In contrast to the fifties, during which time choices were limited, a wide range of alternatives was now available as the focus moved to youth and protest. The designer Pierre Cardin even created an American version of the slim-lined European silhouette, which, along with the immense popularity of jeans, led to the acceptance of extreme fittedness in clothing - a far cry from the casual, comfortable elegance of preceding generations. During this period, the American designer Ralph Lauren was attempting to convince the American male that there was a viable alternative to this high-style clothing. This alternative was a version of the two-button shaped suit with natural shoulders that had been introduced by Paul Stuart in 1954 and briefly popularized by John Kennedy during his presidency. <quote off> Lance, you realize 1954 came before 1963, right? The rigged experiment showed the jacket collar riding above the top of the shirt collar, unlike JFK on Elm St. Why? The back brace isn't going to effect the fit of the shirt. It's just silly to make claims you can't back up, but such is the life of a SBFraud.
  15. Cliff Varnell

    I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak

    Your not telling us the truth, barrister. If you could get your clothing to elevate multiple inches above the top of your back without pushing up on your jacket collar you'd produce it in a hot second. But you can't. Let's be kind and say you're bluffing instead of you being a full-on, flat-out l-i-a-r. The world's top men's clothing expert, Alan Flusser, writes that a tucked in custom made dress shirt will "act almost as a second skin." You can scream all you want, :Lance, but it doesn't change the facts.
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