This Week in Conspiracy (26 February 2012)

It’s been a stressful week here at Casa Blaskiewicz. While I have gotten used to a certain sort of stress in the last week or so, I now turn the one thing that allows me to decompress so rapidly that I almost get the bends, the Week in Conspiracy. Honestly, there was not a lot this week. Maybe this is a sign that we are coming to our collective senses? (I’m not holding my breath.)

“To whom will you compare me? Who is my equal?” asks the Holy One. “Look up into the heavens. Who created all the stars? He brings them out like an army, one after another, calling each by its name. Because of his great power and incomparable strength, not a single one is missing.”

So, uh. Apparently there are lots of stars, and…that’s what Hubble found, against all expectation, I imagine. Of course, stars devoured by black holes might be “missing,” but saying that would just be sinking to their level.

Conspiracy Theory of the Week

Two were notable this week.

That’s it for now. I’m heading back down the mine shaft to work on another piece, which is growing to rather biggish proportions. Let’s just say I’m “brushing up on my archaic French.”

RJB

9 Responses to This Week in Conspiracy (26 February 2012)

  1. Ken says:

    Massive Alien Pyramid at Area 51, apparently. I checked out Google Earth and there is nothing remotely like it at the site as far as I can see.

    Well, duh. The government makes Google obscure all locations where Grays and Reptiloids can be found. That’s why the US Naval Observatory in Washington was blurred while Cheney was in residence.

  2. Pacal says:

    If drinking from Juice boxes makes you Gay than 95% of the American popuylation must be Gay.

    As for Nancy Grace. We all know that Nancy is a bottom feeder who rejoices whenever another white, blond, blue-eyed teenager disapears so of course she will speculate and fantasize and whip herself and her fans into a frenzy of outrage over crap not really worth it, all in order to increase viewership at low cost to her employer and therefore maximize advertising revenue. After all covering actual real news just costs too much and takes too much effort when you you can cover crap. And even nuanced, carefull coverage of crap legal cases like Casey Anthony is just too difficult when it is so much easier to whip people up into a spittle and froth encrusted seizure of hysterical rightous fury.

    As for Lou Dobbs I expect illegal immigrants have marred his purity of essence and stolen his precious bodily fluids.

  3. Pacal says:

    I forget about Santorum, but then I don’t think about froth that often.

  4. knuckles55 says:

    For shame. Lewis Black is ALWAYS spot on. And he probably killed Whitney.

  5. Ryan F says:

    Your next update is going to have to be double-sized with Arpaio shenanigans and Breitbart’s “assassination.”

  6. Bob says:

    I JUST seconds ago came across word that the little criminal had died and thought, well, there’s my next theory of the week!
    :)

    RJB

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