posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 01:07 PM
reply to post by RenDMC
It's because that a conspiracy seems more exciting than coincidence. Sometimes the hunt for a "link" may be more thrilling than bland reality.
Pretty much almost everything that exists can somehow be rationalized into a conspiracy (the darker the better).
Typos in a post? A conspiracy concerning the dumbing down of education.
Main stream media? Automatically a conspiracy.
Alternative media? Usually biased, therefore a conspiracy.
Favor one particular party over another? Everything the other party does is a conspiracy.
Cutting your fingernails wrong? A conspiracy by manicurists to increase business.
It seems that almost nothing is conspiracy proof in almost any topic.
ooops, my housemate wants to go to the Hardware store. Probably a conspiracy in that too.
Edit for spelling and wrong word.
[edit on 2-7-2009 by Deson]