This is topic The Illuminati Conspiracy? or Hogwash? in forum Books, Films, Food and Culture at Hatrack River Forum.

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Posted by Sid Meier (Member # 6965) on :
While it is true there are wierd things happening in the world at times but historical events corresponding with pretty good economic analysis's of the events but nevertheless is it to any degree real? As far as I know its just a bunch of desinfranchised templars from the crusades. Any feedback would be helpful though I'll be suspesious should the thread disappear.
Posted by Storm Saxon (Member # 3101) on :
I love the word 'hogwash'.

That is all.
Posted by eslaine (Member # 5433) on :
I love the word "suspesious".
Posted by Sid Meier (Member # 6965) on :
should I fix that?
Posted by Storm Saxon (Member # 3101) on :
Please don't. [Smile]
Posted by Sid Meier (Member # 6965) on :
kk, I won't.
Posted by Parsimony (Member # 8140) on :
If I could diagram that opening "sentence", I would be the greatest english teacher in the known world.

Posted by TomDavidson (Member # 124) on :
The whole post is kind of a miracle of language.
Posted by Heffaji (Member # 3669) on :
For some reason, stating that my cat's breath smells like cat food feels like the right thing to say.
Posted by Enigmatic (Member # 7785) on :
Once upon a time I purchased The Illuminatus Trilogy! in a bookstore, and made the questionable move of paying with a credit card. When they rang it up it took an unusually long time for the credit card authorization to go through. Before that it was always a quick swipe through the machine and done. Ever since then, that credit card takes longer to authorize than before, almost as if detailed information about my purchase had to be sent, logged, and crossreferenced.

I'm just saying.

Posted by Sid Meier (Member # 6965) on :
unusually long time? Interesting, how much info is in a credit card? Is it enough for anyone to keep track of an individual? And are you sure they didn't just fumble around with it out of clumsiness. Just saying.
Posted by Sid Meier (Member # 6965) on :
Though on a related note I hear that they keep a list of everyone who purchase Mein Kempf.
Posted by eslaine (Member # 5433) on :
I thought it was Catcher in the Rye.
Posted by Kwea (Member # 2199) on :
Posted by Sid Meier (Member # 6965) on :
I just looked at its description and why would anyone bother to keep track of anyone reading it?
Posted by eslaine (Member # 5433) on :
Conspiracy Theory

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