Conspiracy?

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    • Ryan Mount says:

      I can’t remember where I heard it, but I always liked this saying:

      Conspiracy isn’t a theory, it’s a crime.

      My favorite bit of paranoia these days (I’m a collector, but not a believer of conspiracy “memorabilia”) is the FEMA concentration/death camps that seem to be occupying the minds of some Americans.

  1. Todd juvinall says:

    I like the latest conspiracy from Colombia. “Miserly Secret Service agent won’t pay a prostitute 47 bucks (in devalued American dollars).” Now that has to be the best one lately. Oops, oh, it is true, sorry.

    • Ryan Mount says:

      No, better:

      “Congress is furious at the Secret Service for consorting with hookers, which has traditionally been Congress’s role.”

      • Todd juvinall says:

        I heard the Secret Service agent stiffed the hooker. Then all hell broke loose.

        • Michael Anderson says:

          Maybe the Secret Service negotiations went something like this classic off-color joke:

          Three friends decided to visit a prostitute. It was a slow night, so she gave the guys a good deal. “You can pay by the inch.”

          When the first man came back outside his friends asked, “how much did she charge you?”

          “$75 dollars,” said the first.

          The second guy went in and returned with a fee of $85. The first two were proud of their prowess.
          The third man went in, then returned.

          “How much did she charge you?” asked the first two.

          “$20 dollars” replied the third.

          The first two started laughing hysterically.

          “Hey guys,” replied the third, “I’m not so stupid, I paid at the end instead of the beginning!”

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