It's is now more normal to be a conspiracy theorist than not

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PostWed Jul 24, 2013 3:00 pm » by MinorityOfOne


The issue isn't the percentage of people who believe in conspiracy theories, it is what they believe is the solution, and how effective the action they take.
I believe that almost nobody gets that part of it - having everybody believe in it does not fix it.

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PostWed Jul 24, 2013 3:26 pm » by Dagnamski


Embracing ridicule is a gallant achievement.

Not giving a toss is an entirely different skill. :shock:
“If at first, the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it”

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PostWed Jul 24, 2013 4:19 pm » by Tuor10


Dagnamski wrote:Embracing ridicule is a gallant achievement.

Not giving a toss is an entirely different skill. :shock:


I couldn't give a toss that someone thinks I'm one penny short of a pound, on account of my belief in Aliens'. Same goes for my love of conspiracy. The irony is, some mug can talk about God and the holy fucking Ghost, and they're a person of faith lol. As for ridicule...I love it. The more someone try's to pull my dick, the bigger it gets (excuse the crass metaphor, but I like it).... :mrgreen:


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