posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 08:56 AM
reply to post by SquirrelNutz
ANOTHER factor to consider is: what is a person's current standard of living or outlook. If they are successful, happy, etc, they are less likely to
(want to) buy in because everything that makes their lives worth living is likely out in jeopardy by some of the stuff we talk a out, here.
Taking that line of thinking - and, the topic of this thread - one step further:
My largest circle of friends is (obviously) those folks I've spent the most time with - college buddies/friends and work friends. Having said that,
most of my friends are 1) college (and beyond) educated, and 2) successful to some degree (either always being employed, or several even owning
business of their own)
Now, having said that
... here is a post that a buddy posted on Facebook (to my shock), and following are ALL of the responses (even more
What's your viewpoint on conspiracy theories?
I've got too many....
Where there is smoke, there is fire!
Lol ß my response
If even 10% is true - we're #ed
They are real!
This country was built on them...corruption at its finest!
I am afraid to comment because at least 3 government agency's are monitoring this at all times! :-)
Two sides to every argument?
Einstein said 3/~^£€¥4+#
(Still more shocking, was more 'Likes' than I was expecting)
Some food for thought, anyway.