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  • n. Plural form of tinfoiler.

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  • And then there are the camp-followers: raving far-right tinfoilers, some of whom believe that oil is continually produced in unlimited quantities at the earth's core, hackers, thieves and know-nothings, oil shills and dabblers.

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  • I'm starting to believe the tinfoilers about blackmail -- for gods sake what else could compel a 73 year old guy to grovel like that unless some voice over the phone threatened to ruin him, his wife, his family, his cats and dogs and tropical fish?

    Stark Apologizes After Censure Bid Fails

  • Evidently, as it turns out, all the world's top physicists were right and the tinfoilers were wrong.

    The Register

  • I admire Alan Keyes, but weren't the tinfoilers saying that about Bush?

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  • Remote Viewing, but that's been relegated to the purview of the tinfoilers.

    Planet Atheism

  • (The tin foil part) The fact that you think they are just randomly choosing people to spy on proves that you are the MOST pathetic of the tinfoilers.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Only the supposedly paranoid, the tinfoilers, the Black Hawk helicopter spotters and assorted

    YOUR NEW REALITY

  • The vendors would keep their contracts, while the limited hangout of noise would carry on with their froths about grifters and tinfoilers.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • “Doesn’t it strike yall as funny that the number of tinfoilers out there seem to correspond to the number of Democrats in the country?”

    From the “What the Hell?” File « Whatever

  • Doesn’t it strike yall as funny that the number of tinfoilers out there seem to correspond to the number of Democrats in the country?

    From the “What the Hell?” File « Whatever

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