Sunday, November 05, 2006

Comment You Would Otherwise Have Missed

My email contained a long comment about conspiracy theories that had been posted to this site. I couldn't figure out which topic it came under, and hunted back through my archives to find it. In the comments section of my September 9 posting about conspiracy theories, there is now a new comment. I love it when my opposition makes my points for me.

13 comments:

Jonathan Wyman said...

Well, I'm convinced. I mean, the guy's name is "enlightenment." So he's got to know what he's talking about, right? Who you gonna believe- him or your lying eyes?

The only part he missed was to state that the Jews got out of the tower because they were warned ahead of time. That would have made it perfect.

cakreiz said...

Why is it that paranoid delusionists rarely use that common tool known as a paragraph. A well placed paragraph relaly aids a reader.

Doug W. said...

If only conspiracy theorists could use their free time to do something useful. Think about it, if every serious theorists got together and put their imagination to good use, the sky is the limit.

By the way, I wish my boss had the same line of reasoning as "enlightenment" I want to not go to work because land sharks were chasing me.

Wyman said...

Why, if I don't believe the theory, is my second option always magic? Why can't they ever give me the choice between believing the conspiracy theory or the radioactive stoats theory? Because then I might be listening.

Jonathan Wyman said...

Are you kidding, Ben? Everyone knows the radioactive stoat industry has bought the silence of every member of Congress. Skull and Bones raises the stoats, and then Halliburton uses its underground labs to insert the radioactive dye.

ELC said...

The fertility of a mind unconstrained by reason is always a wonder to behold.

GM Roper said...

As I commented on the original post with enlightenment's original rambling screed, I'm always amused when someone comes along and proves Thomas Szasz wrong.

Now, where did I put my haldol?

Mike Austin said...

That 'Enlightenment' fellow made exactly the same post at my site. I left it up so that readers could see the pure mind of a lunatic.

Question: Why do such moonbats avoid rules of grammar? To repeat Cakreiz' puzzle, What do they have against paragraphs?

Could somebody get Enlightenment some meds?

bs king said...

Sorry guys, he really convinced me on this one. I don't want to believe in magic like the rest of you lemmings. I'm going with Enlightenment. Viva la paranoia!!!!

cold pizza said...

You're all just figmen of my imagination, anyway. All I need is my arrow, or am I really dating myself? What's your point? -cp

Assistant Village Idiot said...

cold pizza, well dating yourself has a different meaning now than it did then, so you're doubly aged.

Anonymous said...

Okay, first it was "stoats", then "lemmings". All the rodent references are really rather radioactive, right?

---BubbaB

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