Oh Hai there!
Yes, I do love the LOLCats, I just can't help myself, what can I say.
I'm fairly easy going until I get really riled up. Of course that probably goes for a lot of people. The key is, what riles me up?
Well, I get upset when people just downright ignore the obvious even when it's pointed out to them. Now that doesn't mean I don't think there are
conspiracies out there, there definitely are. However, not everything in the world is a conspiracy. A lot of things are just bad circumstances or
horrible tragedies or a lucky streak depending on the given situation.
Conspiracies aren't smooth flowing and seamless, especially not these days. We have a lot of eyes and ears out there that catch the little details
that are overlooked by those trying to pull one off. I don't see the government, in general, as some puppetmaster pulling our strings, although they
do try to pull things from time to time.
The big ones? I think there's something to the JFK shooting. I think there's something to the Lincoln shooting, I don't believe those people acted
alone. I'm not saying the government itself is involved in those, but I wouldn't rule it out completely.
I'm skeptic on the area 51 theories, not that there isn't something secretive about it, of course there is, it's the theories about "Why" that I
question somewhat, mostly because there's a million of them and all of them can't be true. For each theory, there's another theory to contradict
I think 9/11 is the big one in our lifetimes, so far. There's much more to it than we've been made aware of, much more. Of course I don't know what
that much more is, otherwise we would have been made aware of it
No, we aren't told everything about every incident that happens, ever. It's not because they're hiding something, there are just some things we, as
a population, don't need the details for. This is for the sake of privacy or security or safety, not always our own, but sometimes. It's not to hide
a big conspiracy that was carried out by someone for some secret reason. Not saying those don't exist, as stated above, but not everything falls into
I guess I would call myself open minded yet skeptical. Of course it's an oxymoron in terms, but things aren't always cut and dry... unless they are.