Right wing conspiracy theorists were especially shocked and mortified this past week to find out that two troubled young men– and not government sleeper agent lizard people– were actually the ones who were responsible for the Boston bombing, setting in motion what will likely be a continued lifetime of disappointment.
When reached for comment about their false false-flag-waving, every conspiracy theorist in history responded with, “pfft, it’s all a conspiracy, man!” before nervously looking around ‘the perimeter’ and demanding to know, “are you recording this?!” and, “you’re recording this, aren’t you?!” and, “who are you working for…?!”
But because of some welcome initiative by some enterprising Americans, Boston bombing conspiracy theorists will have to get even more inventive in establishing a first line of credibility which one most certainly needs in order to disseminate The Truth Behind Shit and be taken seriously in today’s free-for-all media environment– an internet domain name:
Theorists attempting to use the domain, BostonMarathonConspiracy.com, will find themselves too late. The URL has already been secured by a person concerned it could be used to host conspiracy theories.
Two similar domains, bostonmarathonconspiracies.com and bostonconspiracies.com, have now also been bought up by people attempting to keep them out of the hands of real conspiracy theorists.
So, when you click on, bostonmarathonconspiracy.com, for instance, you get:
PLEASE KEEP THE VICTIMS OF THIS EVENT AND THEIR FAMILIES IN YOUR THOUGHTS. THANK YOU.
Suck it, nut jobs. But because I’m a helper, I suggest something along the lines of, “oh-why-is-my-life-an-empty-vessel-for-stupid.org.”
At the very least, this should keep them busy for a few months until Obama’s thugs come to take away absolutely nothing again.