January 10, 2017/ / Podcast/ Comments: 31

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photo: pierre minhondo

For this special episode of The Tim O’Connor Show, Tim spent a good hour asking Bobby about some of his outlandish theories on the government and some pivotal historic events in our nation’s history. To some of you, these ideas are going to seem outright kooky or dumb, but we think it’s worth giving Bobby the time of day as he’s clearly well versed on all the topics they riff on. Whether he’s questioning the severity of the recent Orlando shooting at Pulse Nightclub, or explaining the significance of the number 33, these are all ideas that at the very least leave you thinking.


[0:42] Conspiracies and skateboarding.
[2:17] 9/11 and the ensuing war.
[5:15] Afghanistan, the Taliban, and the drug trade.
[7:38] Operation Mockingbird.
[9:15] America’s history of developing conflicts from false flags.
[11:21] Neutralizing dissent by dismissing “conspiracy theorists”.
[12:52] Aliens and government cover ups.
[17:32] Controlling a crowd’s mentality.
[23:13] Pizzagate and the “fake news” phenomenon.
[30:19] Human frequencies.
[34:49] Josh Stewart’s aesthetic.
[37:59] Updates on Bobby’s brand, Victim.
[43:02] E-mailed questions.

photo: mehring

photo: mehring

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  1. Everett Ridgeway

    January 10, 2017 9:35 pm

    Mmm i dont know dude, but you never know.


    January 11, 2017 8:48 am


    Bobby boy, turn some of that critical thinking inward. There should be more doubt in your mind.

  3. Pat?

    January 11, 2017 11:28 am

    I’d love to know if that comment really is Pat Duffy.. because I can believe it and I can also not believe it.

  4. tyler

    January 11, 2017 3:43 pm

    Puleo’s not an “imbecile”. Sure, he has his guard up, but for good reason. He’s thinking critically with an open mind, and citing plenty of well-documented examples (not opinions), with the exemption of the 9/11 inside job section and his fascination of numerical patterns.

    It is fair to say, however, that the government knew exactly how to capitalize on 9/11 to invade your privacy in the name of “national security” while acquiring resources and huge profits for connected entities such as Halliburton.

    • Maaaaaate

      January 12, 2017 3:38 pm

      Yeah, he is, he’s a galaxy class cretin. Only upside is by comparison with Marc Johnson he sounds like Samuel Beckett.

    • Alex Jones

      January 13, 2017 2:27 pm

      No he’s not thinking critically. He’s a walking talking example of confirmation bias.

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