Debunked: National Weather Service needs writers - on Craigslist

xtristarx

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Hi, while having a [...] conversation with some Chemtrail-beleivers one of them posted this from Craigslist. Of course he made this screenshot and the add was removed just seconds after ;). Any informations about this?
 

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tadaaa

Senior Member
is it me or is the comment about the pay a little odd (I admit to not knowing much about US HR pay policies)

but it suggest "Pay is commensurate with experienced and is based solely on performance"

if pay is based solely on performance, why does experience matter
 

Mick West

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is it me or is the comment about the pay a little odd (I admit to not knowing much about US HR pay policies)

but it suggest "Pay is commensurate with experienced and is based solely on performance"

if pay is based solely on performance, why does experience matter

And also they pay you based on how much you convince, not how much you write. But there's no actual way of measuring the former if all you are doing is planting seeds of doubt.

Seems like a hoax.
 

Svartbjørn

Senior Member.
Hi, while having a [...] conversation with some Chemtrail-beleivers one of them posted this from Craigslist. Of course he made this screenshot and the add was removed just seconds after ;). Any informations about this?

Im 98% convinced its BS.. especially given the fact that the NWS has its own career page:

http://www.weather.gov/careers

that there are only 7 postings for jobs available atm when you click on Available Jobs you get redirected to an official job site www.usajobs.com:


Just about every US Govt Job you can think of that hires directly, goes through this website, and not someplace random and easy to fake like Craigslist or kajiji. I could go to craigslist right now, create a fake account with a bs email and make an official looking US Govt job posting for Assistant Presidential Fluffer, complete with the POTUS seal. No credible Govt agency is going to use something like Craigslist to post jobs.. theyd be better off (and would get more response) by posting in the local want ads.
 

Trailblazer

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Staff member
I am certain this is fake, and I believe it originated from the same group as the International Chemtrail Association etc.
 

NoParty

Senior Member.
Honestly, I think "hoax," while true, is probably being too kind.

It looks like an attempt to create "evidence" for the empty attacks chemtrailers routinely make
about "paid shills." They've accused Mick and others 10,000 times, and never with even a hint of proof...
this sham looks like an amateurish attempt to create "evidence" that can be pointed to,
since they've always come up dry before.

Wow! Did I just accuse someone of trying to plant a false flag? :p
 
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Mick West

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I'm marking this as debunked, due to the inconsistencies in the post, and the lack of evidence that it's real. While the Craigslist post probably existed, anyone can post such a thing, hence it's not evidence of anything.

If it is the ICA folk, I think that it's hugely counterproductive for them to create such hoaxes. Even if they later admit what they did, the fake image is still out there, and people will fall for it. Remember the TMA nonsense from a while ago, even though that was immediately called out as a fake, and then later admitted as a fake, with coded messages in the fake emails explaining it's a fake, there are still people who present it as real, and think that TMA is being added to jet fuel.
 

David Fraser

Senior Member.
Hi, while having a [...] conversation with some Chemtrail-beleivers one of them posted this from Craigslist. Of course he made this screenshot and the add was removed just seconds after ;). Any informations about this?
It's been floating around for a few months. Even the posters in CGI say it is a hoax but you will always find someone gullible.
 

tadaaa

Senior Member
Anyone, can make anything, sound plausible and convincing.
It only takes the gullible to believe it
 

Ray Von Geezer

Senior Member.
I don't think that reads like something the ICA would do, I'm with NoParty - it looks like an amateurish attempt to add weight to the chemtrail groupthink attitude that anyone who speaks against them must be a shill.

For one, it's needlessly explicit (all the stuff about sowing "seeds of doubt" and "it benefits us to keep opposition groups divided") - it's like a shady double-glazing company putting "We like to target lonely pensioners and dementia sufferers" in their sales job ad.

Also, why would they want writers to do the actual interaction with the supposed targets? And writers with a solid knowledge of weather manipulation no less. It's clearly a PR/marketing role :D

Ray Von
 

keefe

Active Member
Remember the TMA nonsense from a while ago, even though that was immediately called out as a fake, and then later admitted as a fake, with coded messages in the fake emails explaining it's a fake, there are still people who present it as real, and think that TMA is being added to jet fuel.

Its called the "continued influence effect"
 

Trailblazer

Moderator
Staff member
I am certain this is fake, and I believe it originated from the same group as the International Chemtrail Association etc.
Im still certain it's fake, but it's actually not the one I was thinking of. I agree that it looks like a clumsy attempt by a believer to create "evidence". And the fact that the screenshot was taken so soon after it was posted suggests it was probably taken by the person who posted it.
 

Whitebeard

Senior Member.
In the UK even MI5 and MI6 advertises jobs on buses and trains...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1551556/MI5-places-job-adverts-on-buses-and-Tube.html
But they are subtle(ish)
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But they are never job specific and to actually get the job takes over 6 months of interviews, exams and security checks.

Or you apply on line https://www.mi5.gov.uk/careers/upcoming-jobs.aspx
 

tadaaa

Senior Member
Yes, indeed whitebeard,

And the precursors to the modern day intelligence services, during World War 2, as part of the recruitment drive for the "code breakers" of Bletchley park, famously advertised, subtly, for a job by placing a tricky crossword in the Telegraph
 

Svartbjørn

Senior Member.
Yes, indeed whitebeard,

And the precursors to the modern day intelligence services, during World War 2, as part of the recruitment drive for the "code breakers" of Bletchley park, famously advertised, subtly, for a job by placing a tricky crossword in the Telegraph

Yep.. but it didnt say "HEY WANNA BREAK NAZI CODES.. FINISH THIS CROSSWORD!!"
 

Svartbjørn

Senior Member.
Lol maybe

But actually I think it might have contained that message - only hidden within the crossword

"Nod nod, wink wink" an all that
A wink's as good as a nod to a blind bat, knowwhadImean?

In all reality tho, the Crossword Puzzle thing was a competition put on by The Telegraph. People that completed the crosswords within a specified time (2 min I think) during the competition, were approached and interviewed about their skills etc, and if they passed that part, were invited to join BP. As far as I know there werent any hidden codes in the crosswords.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bletchley_Park
 
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Svartbjørn

Senior Member.
@Whitebeard , in the second one, is there a catch or an error?

"would you tell anyone about your application?" . Answers are No and No.

Purpose. When you look at the CIA application there's a warning, flat out.. that says do NOT let anyone know you're applying to become part of the CIA. I imagine that this is similar for the same reasons.. I think its asking do you have a PROBLEM not telling people. If no, then proceed, if you do, thanks for your time.
 

NoParty

Senior Member.
Yep.. but it didnt say "HEY WANNA BREAK NAZI CODES.. FINISH THIS CROSSWORD!!"

Close!
I got my Instructor position at Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis

(where CIA trains) by drawing "Winky" from this matchbook ad...


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Hama Neggs

Senior Member.
Its called the "continued influence effect"

Yeah, there's that, but it's also a function of the fact that stuff posted on the internet never goes away. It just gets repeated as if true.
 
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