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The Best AoS Troll I’ve Ever Seen May 3, 2006

Posted by daveintexas in Leftard Freakshow.
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When a signal is "out of phase", it's exactly the opposite amplitude of the source.  In moonbat world, that's like "up" is "down", "left" is "right" and "right" is "I have absolutely no f'n' idea what I'm talking about.  This will become apparent in 3 sentences".

Now I know what tin-foil hats really do.

Follow links.  Be amused.

What's the frequency Kenneth?

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1. Dex - May 3, 2006

how would one measure that amplitude? is there such a thing as a troll-scilloscope? ‘Cause there ought to be a way to objectively define if a troll is operating within normal parameters or if the signal is breaking down, i.e. some logic gets to them.

2. elzbth - May 3, 2006
3. Enas Yorl - May 4, 2006

Please enlighten me. What’s the source of “What’s the frequency Kenneth?” I see this phrase all the time and it annoys me that I don’t understand the reference.

4. Dave in Texas - May 4, 2006

In 1986, some crazy sumbitch attacked Dan Rather in New York. He downed him and kicked him repeatedly, asked “what is the frequency Kenneth”?

http://ask.yahoo.com/20010619.html

Later a psychiatrist identified the assailaint as William Tager, who blamed NBC for beaming “signals” into his head.

Apparently he had not heard of tinfoil hats.

5. Muslihoon - May 4, 2006

Thanks for the explanation, Dave. And thanks for asking for it, Enas! I, too, wondered what that phrase meant and where it came from.


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