posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 07:10 PM
From the non-conspiratorial side of the room: I get the same thing from my husband.....he has no clue why I find researching for facts and debunking
all the theories I can is so entertaining for me. It's part learning experience, a really big part, and the other part service to those on the
fence, or exposed to some PCT (paranoid conspiracy theory) for the first time, by showing the real world answer to why there are white lines behind
airplanes, or why several seismographs are showing just one earthquake, not many.
There is also something that has no analogy to being non-conspiratorial.....paranoia. Paranoia is a symptom of mental illness. The fact that they
are pointing out the time you spend on the computer and researching shows you are not spending enough quality time with them. You isolate yourself
behind the monitor, speaking to people about things for which there is no proof......they are theories, after all. And you think, and show
that they are not in on your secrets, they are wrong, they are asleep and therefore stupid.
If my husband was a conspiracy nut, believing even one of the many theories out there, I wouldn't put up with it. It's not a healthy thought
pattern to fear (and that is what you are doing.....fearing something unknown) every little thing is some how part of a plot against you.
If they are saying you need to get out more, need to read a book, leave the computer off for a while, pull your head out of your @$$, or whatever, you
should listen. Or you will lose them, and the dread "they" you believe in has won. Last time I checked, family and friends were more important
than worrying about the tiled floor shown on a foyer floor of a home owned by someone who is famous for having a porn tape and a big butt.