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I don't believe, for a second, that Lois Lane wasn't on to the whole Clark/Superman thing from the get-go.

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Should be Conspiracy 'hypotheses.' Theories have been tested over and over with supporting data and scientific results showing the current idea to be true. Hardly the case with most ridiculous conspiracy claims.

That being said, Lee Harvey Oswald did not shoot JFK.

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I believe the size of my wallet is directly proportional to my wife's spending.  

 

 

maybe not...she'll spend even if the size of my wallet is small...

 

 

I'm in so much trouble if she sees this. ... 

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I wouldn't say I believe in it, but I like the one about Michael Jordan's baseball career being the result of a quiet suspension for gambling.

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54 minutes ago, Golfingdad said:

I wouldn't say I believe in it, but I like the one about Michael Jordan's baseball career being the result of a quiet suspension for gambling.

I love that one. It's just slightly crazy enough to be true. 

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1 hour ago, MuniGrit said:

Who did?

 

1 hour ago, Vinsk said:

 

That being said, Lee Harvey Oswald did not shoot JFK.

Yeah this one fascinates me. The Kennedy book by Stephen King is prolly my favorite work of fiction, but the whole topic is just so interesting to me.

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1 hour ago, MuniGrit said:

Who did?

My favorite is the theory that Oswalt did and then a Secret Service agent accidentally fired the second shot, which I first read in Bill James' true crime book. 

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6 minutes ago, Ernest Jones said:

World Trade Centre was not brought down by airplanes. 

Oooh, that's a tough one. So much conflicting info out there. So you really think something else did?

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1 hour ago, Golfingdad said:

I wouldn't say I believe in it, but I like the one about Michael Jordan's baseball career being the result of a quiet suspension for gambling.

I like that one too. He owed Mafia gambling money and they killed his Dad when he wouldn't pay. Makes sense.

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2 hours ago, MuniGrit said:

Who did?

I'd tell you...but then I'd have to kill you. Lol.

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2 hours ago, Golfingdad said:

I wouldn't say I believe in it, but I like the one about Michael Jordan's baseball career being the result of a quiet suspension for gambling.

That pretty much is true.  A guy making 30 million dollars a year in the prime of his career in Chicago. Retiring to become a minimum wage worker traveling in buses in Alabama. Cmon. 

1 hour ago, Ernest Jones said:

World Trade Centre was not brought down by airplanes. 

That may be true.  However, the World Trade Center was brought down by airplanes. 

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1 hour ago, Ernest Jones said:

World Trade Centre was not brought down by airplanes. 

Funny I was just reading about this today. Does seem plausible.

1 hour ago, Jack Watson said:

VAST UNDERGROUND CITIES POPULATED WITH BEINGS WAITING TO EMERGE AND TAKEOVER!!!

:-D

C.H.U.D.S Eh?

I don't necessarily believe it but the "flat earthers" intrigue me. Part of me says that I believe "what they told me." Every school has a globe in it. I've never actually seen anything but pics of a round earth so I am going by what they told me.... so if they told me it was flat since kindergarten, I guess I would think it was flat. Math says it is round and I believe in math.

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