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rluna
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 12:35:57 PM
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I've been reading about MK-ULTRA and studies the CIA conducted illegally using mind altering drugs in order to produce Manchurian Candidates and brain wash people. I'm curious what conspiracies spark your interest. :)
dingdong
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 12:37:36 PM
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The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.
KinkoCat
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 1:18:29 PM
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As far as a conspiracy theory goes, I had someone tell me that the French Foreign Legion shot Kennedy. Go figure.
kisholoy mukherjee
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 1:50:09 PM
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Conspiracy theory that says that Saddam and Bush senior had a partnership in some oil business, and that the war on Iraq is based on acquisition of rights on oil only.
Susie
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 2:34:45 PM
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I'm still not sure Marilyn Monroe killed herself, or that Oswald acted alone in the killing of Kennedy.
I tell you what I think are crazy theories going on; That Elvis or Tupac are still alive and living a quite life somewhere. There is no way either would be wanting to stay out of the public eye for longer than a year let alone decades. d'oh!
Origamian
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 3:14:14 PM
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Conspiracy theories abound with the Bilderberg Group. During their ultra-secretive yearly "conference," participants discuss and decide the fate of the world... but we do not know who these participants are, what they talked about, and what they will do. There are no public records or press releases ever. It is all a big secret...Shhh Silenced
Ellenrita
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 3:34:05 PM
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I think JFK had multiple assassins.
HWNN1961
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 3:42:24 PM
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Easy:

We never went to the moon, it was all done in hollywood.

In a related story, quacks maintain that the world is round.

AJC
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:09:16 PM
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The idiots who think the twin towers were destroyed by the U.S.
AJC
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:10:47 PM
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dingdong wrote:
The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.




A few months ago we had a thread on this. Apparently, there are a lot of people who grew up with the delemNA spelling. It was a looooooooooong thread and really surprised a lot of us.
Raparee
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:20:23 PM

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AJC wrote:
dingdong wrote:
The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.


A few months ago we had a thread on this. Apparently, there are a lot of people who grew up with the delemNA spelling. It was a looooooooooong thread and really surprised a lot of us.

Either I'm really tired or there is a conspiracy that took a few posts out of this thread, cause I could've sworn you and I both posted on this one in this thread already! Eh? (To rehash - the thread on dilemma/dilemna is still ongoing.)

And I like to think I'm mostly sane. *grins*
RARA
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:22:40 PM
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AJC wrote:
dingdong wrote:
The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.




A few months ago we had a thread on this. Apparently, there are a lot of people who grew up with the delemNA spelling. It was a looooooooooong thread and really surprised a lot of us.


That thread only started this week no? or is there another one? is this a conspiracy?
RuthP
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:49:17 PM

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RARA wrote:
AJC wrote:
dingdong wrote:
The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.




A few months ago we had a thread on this. Apparently, there are a lot of people who grew up with the delemNA spelling. It was a looooooooooong thread and really surprised a lot of us.


That thread only started this week no? or is there another one? is this a conspiracy?

Oh RARA - go back and look at the first dates on that! The first post was:
Posted: Monday, March 30, 2009 5:05:21 PM
RARA
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:51:13 PM
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RuthP wrote:

Oh RARA - go back and look at the first dates on that! The first post was:
Posted: Monday, March 30, 2009 5:05:21 PM


hahahahaha oops sorry!
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 4:51:52 PM
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RARA wrote:
AJC wrote:
dingdong wrote:
The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.




A few months ago we had a thread on this. Apparently, there are a lot of people who grew up with the delemNA spelling. It was a looooooooooong thread and really surprised a lot of us.


That thread only started this week no? or is there another one? is this a conspiracy?


Hahaha, this time I have to laugh! There is only one thread devoted to this dilemma, and it is now six pages long. It actually began over a year ago in March, 2009. People still add to it, too!

I have to believe that dingdong was well aware of that when he posted the dilemma/dilemna issue as his favorite conspiracy theory. It was a joke. Or was it?


Origamian
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 5:06:38 PM
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Raparee wrote:
AJC wrote:
dingdong wrote:
The one that makes perfectly sane people spell dilemma as dilemna.


A few months ago we had a thread on this. Apparently, there are a lot of people who grew up with the delemNA spelling. It was a looooooooooong thread and really surprised a lot of us.

Either I'm really tired or there is a conspiracy that took a few posts out of this thread, cause I could've sworn you and I both posted on this one in this thread already! Eh? (To rehash - the thread on dilemma/dilemna is still ongoing.)

And I like to think I'm mostly sane. *grins*


Earlier, there WERE more posts about this! It's a conspiracy! Blame it on the Bilderberg Group. I heard that they met, and voted to remove some posts from this thread. It's quite the dilemma! Or, is it a dilemna? Think
Origamian
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 5:26:57 PM
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This is my favorite conspiracy theory...
I heard that if I would join The Free Dictionary Language Forums, and if I would post a lot of interesting or semi-interesting posts, then I would gain points, and eventually those points could be redeemed for... a TOASTER!!!

Anxiously awaiting my toaster, Origamian, a NEWBIE Anxious
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 5:44:26 PM
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Origamian wrote:
This is my favorite conspiracy theory...
I heard that if I would join The Free Dictionary Language Forums, and if I would post a lot of interesting or semi-interesting posts, then I would gain points, and eventually those points could be redeemed for... a TOASTER!!!

Anxiously awaiting my toaster, Origamian, a NEWBIE Anxious


Only the inner circle knows about the toaster. Who have you been talking to? Anxious
TYSON
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:20:15 PM
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kisholoy wrote: Saddam and Bush senior had a partnership in some oil business

It was actually the Bin Ladens and the Bushes that had the oil partnership.
Also, grandaddy Bush is said to have been an accountant and worked for the nazis.
TYSON
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:27:29 PM
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grammargeek doesnt know what shes talking about. There's no toaster. Got it? Lets get our stories straight. No one shall speak of this toaster business again and everyone will be just fine.
kisholoy mukherjee
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:30:27 PM
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TYSON wrote:
kisholoy wrote: Saddam and Bush senior had a partnership in some oil business

It was actually the Bin Ladens and the Bushes that had the oil partnership.
Also, grandaddy Bush is said to have been an accountant and worked for the nazis.


Oops, I had confused Osama with his cousin.Whistle
Epiphileon
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:30:47 PM

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The "Great Pirates" run the world.
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:45:23 PM
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TYSON wrote:
grammargeek doesnt know what shes talking about. There's no toaster. Got it? Lets get our stories straight. No one shall speak of this toaster business again and everyone will be just fine.


Oh...uh...that's right Tyson. What story? I know nothing. I was brainwashed. I got it confused with the lottery. I was just really hungry for toast when I said that. Liar
HWNN1961
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 7:16:23 PM
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Origamian wrote:
This is my favorite conspiracy theory...
I heard that if I would join The Free Dictionary Language Forums, and if I would post a lot of interesting or semi-interesting posts, then I would gain points, and eventually those points could be redeemed for... a TOASTER!!!

Anxiously awaiting my toaster, Origamian, a NEWBIE Anxious


Toasters?! toasters!?....all I got was a set of coasters...what do I need these for? I've never even been to Bermuda...
Origamian
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 7:38:13 PM
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grammargeek wrote:
Origamian wrote:
This is my favorite conspiracy theory...
I heard that if I would join The Free Dictionary Language Forums, and if I would post a lot of interesting or semi-interesting posts, then I would gain points, and eventually those points could be redeemed for... a TOASTER!!!

Anxiously awaiting my toaster, Origamian, a NEWBIE Anxious


Only the inner circle knows about the toaster. Who have you been talking to? Anxious


I might be a "Newbie" here, but I am a Third Degree Master Dictionarite of the Grand Lodge of Freedictionary, so I know all about the "secret handshake" and the "secret word," which may or may not be... "toaster."
Origamian
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 7:56:00 PM
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grammargeek wrote:
TYSON wrote:
grammargeek doesnt know what shes talking about. There's no toaster. Got it? Lets get our stories straight. No one shall speak of this toaster business again and everyone will be just fine.


Oh...uh...that's right Tyson. What story? I know nothing. I was brainwashed. I got it confused with the lottery. I was just really hungry for toast when I said that. Liar


Wow! Here we have "plausible deniability" AND "mind control"!! This is starting to sound a lot like... a conspiracy!!! Think
Cat
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:00:49 PM

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I am seriously laughing out loud! Thanks everyone for the inspiring thread. Can I get a toaster oven instead?
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:12:33 PM
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Cat wrote:
I am seriously laughing out loud! Thanks everyone for the inspiring thread. Can I get a toaster oven instead?


Toaster oven? What toaster oven? Nobody said anything to me about a toaster oven.
mailady
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:17:51 PM
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I got my toaster. What's the problem??
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:34:33 PM
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mailady wrote:
I got my toaster. What's the problem??


(It's only because you have an "in" with the postal service.)
dingdong
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:52:33 PM
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grammargeek wrote:
TYSON wrote:
grammargeek doesnt know what shes talking about. There's no toaster. Got it? Lets get our stories straight. No one shall speak of this toaster business again and everyone will be just fine.


Oh...uh...that's right Tyson. What story? I know nothing. I was brainwashed. I got it confused with the lottery. I was just really hungry for toast when I said that. Liar


That doesn't wash, GG. Come on, spill the beans; how many points do you need? and ... how many heat settings does it have? I need a good toaster.
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 9:07:18 PM
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dingdong wrote:
grammargeek wrote:
TYSON wrote:
grammargeek doesnt know what shes talking about. There's no toaster. Got it? Lets get our stories straight. No one shall speak of this toaster business again and everyone will be just fine.


Oh...uh...that's right Tyson. What story? I know nothing. I was brainwashed. I got it confused with the lottery. I was just really hungry for toast when I said that. Liar


That doesn't wash, GG. Come on, spill the beans; how many points do you need? and ... how many heat settings does it have? I need a good toaster.


Dingdong, everybody knows you can't cook beans in a toaster.
grammargeek
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 9:09:08 PM
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Origamian wrote:
grammargeek wrote:
Origamian wrote:
This is my favorite conspiracy theory...
I heard that if I would join The Free Dictionary Language Forums, and if I would post a lot of interesting or semi-interesting posts, then I would gain points, and eventually those points could be redeemed for... a TOASTER!!!

Anxiously awaiting my toaster, Origamian, a NEWBIE Anxious


Only the inner circle knows about the toaster. Who have you been talking to? Anxious


I might be a "Newbie" here, but I am a Third Degree Master Dictionarite of the Grand Lodge of Freedictionary, so I know all about the "secret handshake" and the "secret word," which may or may not be... "toaster."


There's a Grand Lodge in Freedelfia? I feel so excluded.
dingdong
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 9:10:27 PM
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grammargeek wrote:
dingdong wrote:
grammargeek wrote:
TYSON wrote:
grammargeek doesnt know what shes talking about. There's no toaster. Got it? Lets get our stories straight. No one shall speak of this toaster business again and everyone will be just fine.


Oh...uh...that's right Tyson. What story? I know nothing. I was brainwashed. I got it confused with the lottery. I was just really hungry for toast when I said that. Liar


That doesn't wash, GG. Come on, spill the beans; how many points do you need? and ... how many heat settings does it have? I need a good toaster.


Dingdong, everybody knows you can't cook beans in a toaster.


You can if you push them into the bread. Yum.
abcxyz
Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010 9:26:38 PM
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Forget the toaster DD, it's mine! I've got the highest Mean Point IndexDancing
I sense a huge conspiracy to beat me in the race for the toaster Shame on you
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