Originally posted by fooffstarr
I think a conspiracy theorist couple would be a danger to themselves.
One would spot some poor electricians van on the corner. They'd mention the 'suspicious white van' to their partner, who would take a look. That partner would catch the paranoia vibes and send the back two fold, and before you know it they've cut their own phone wires and stomped on their mobiles to make sure the van isn't tapping into their calls. :O
Also, imagine if your state decided to test their Emergency Broadcast System. In a conspiracy theorist couple, this would mean one of 3 things:
1) Certain death within minutes... probably by an inside job targeted directly at their house (that suspicious white van picked up their anti-government sentiment)
2) That it was time to grab the bug out bag, jump in the Volvo and head for Canada... even if you live overseas... has to be Canada.
3) The PTB are conditioning the masses for an impending attack... so they would head for Canada anyway in advance.
Now, in a balanced couple, the CT would panic and start filling boxes with their secret stash of canned food hidden under the floorboards. Apart from getting angry over being kept in the dark about their partners hoarding, the 'normal' partner would call the local media network and find out it was only a drill. (Even though, just like that white van, the CT is getting more and more suspicious that their partner is a disinfo agent... probably NSA).
The above post is completely made up of sarcasm. If you take it seriously it isn't my fault. Go back to watching for those white vans.
[edit on 12-3-2009 by fooffstarr]
That really should be archived somehow. ....no seriously.
Sometimes I think that if I had a girlfriend that shared the same interests as me, it would be cool. Then I think.....Bonnie and Clyde.
I'd like to go on but my paranoia prevents me.