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About that

In that post below this one, I mentioned this lunacy that 380 American rebels were killed a few days ago. You know, I love conspiracy theories, they’re entertaining. But hats off to the Russian foil hat wearers. Their conspiracy theories get straight to fantasy land quick. And they don’t half ass it like Americans do.

8 Responses to “About that”

  1. Bob Smith Says:

    What makes for a good conspiracy theory is that it sounds like it could really happen. When the news media is all controlled and not free, one has to wonder if the above is possible. We need proof that this did NOT happen because it sounds plausible. If it did, then it is no longer theory. Even if this never happened, one has to wonder about our country when people believe that it could happen.

  2. DirtCrashr Says:

    Those European Union Times writers sure are wacky!

  3. MrSatyre Says:

    Never heard of that site before, but the more I re-read it, the more I’m inclined to think it’s not an article, per se, preaching lies, but an article using shock tactics of a “what if” scenario to make people angry. Like an even more demented version of The Onion.

  4. HL Says:

    As I stated below, I think they are just predicting the future.

  5. Nate Says:

    Do you really believe the feds that they don’t know what happened up there with all of the booms? Nope, this is the truth…all with an internet certificate of authenticity…

  6. JTwig Says:

    That could explain why I haven’t been able to get a hold of my freedom and 2n Admend loving cousin over the last couple days. Well, its that or the cruise he told me he was taking his wife on! 🙂

    I love the line about how the explosion shook houses for “hundreds of miles”. A 2000 lbs. bomb is huge, but I doubt I could have felt it in Grand Rapids! Also, I guess in Europe they don’t have camera phones, because in the U.S. if that were to really happen the inter-tubs would be filled with dozens if not hundreds of poorly filmed eveidence.

  7. Bubblehead Les Says:

    So this happened up in Michigan, eh? Well, that’ll teach ’em.


  8. Bond in Michigan Says:

    I live in Michigan about 150 miles north north west of Detroit. Alpena is about 90 miles north of me. Funny I haven’t heard anything about this. I frequently see a pair of A-10s cruising along the coast of Saginaw bay but no loud explosions. I guess I need to get out more.