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Conspiracy Theory

Why don't we have this category? Must be a conspiracy!
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Do we put conspiracy theory ideas in the associated category, or should we have a category just for conspiracies? And why am I asking this? Who put that idea in my head?
smendler, Jan 18 2011


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       [giggling behind the sofa]

Sssh! I don't think he's seen us yet!
DrBob, Jan 18 2011
  

       well, it's only a theory...
xandram, Jan 18 2011
  

       We don't have this category, because a conspiracy theory isn't really considered a halfbaked invention. It's probably quite easy to generate any number of non-plausable, ego-centric theories implicating various external parties as running things behind the scenes for their own ends. Some of those might be entertaining, but I wont hold my breath.
zen_tom, Jan 18 2011
  

       There's no need for the category .... move along, nothing to see here folks ..... just move along .... what branch of the Police ? Yes, the Thought Police, yes, M'am. Nothing to see here ... keep moving ...
8th of 7, Jan 18 2011
  

       There's no substantive evidence of any sort of a conspiracy, or the presence of a mole - which is, of course, just what you'd expect. Highly suspicious ....
8th of 7, Jan 18 2011
  

       //a conspiracy theory isn't really considered a halfbaked invention// Several ideas here have 'conspiracy theory' as their central theme, without simply being an example of a conspiracy theory. You could equally well argue that "a car isn't really considered a halfbaked invention".
spidermother, Jan 29 2011
  

       Today's halfbaked conspiracy theory is tomorrows working supposition.   

       Theoretically a halfbaked conspiracy is the same as a full blown one.   

       Every conspiracy is halfbaked, at least in theory.   

       Conspiring to halfbake a theory should be categorically denied.
pashute, Jul 08 2020
  

       Why was this idea supressed and hidden for over nine years?
pocmloc, Jul 08 2020
  

       False flag!
RayfordSteele, Jul 08 2020
  


 

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