T10 – Conspiracy Theories (Dunc)

A new feature on the Blog – Top 10 lists! I’m surprised no-one has thought of the concept before.

In the spirit of recent posts and comments, the honour of the first T10 list goes to Conspiracy Theories:

10. Kentucky Fried Chicken makes black men impotent– It is sometimes claimed that the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise is owned by the Ku Klux Klan, and the chicken is laced with a drug that makes only black men impotent. Ironically, the KFC franchise is actually owned by an African-American. (www.2spare.com)

9. World leaders are lizzards from outer space – According to David Icke who also claims to be the Son of God. Smashing.

8. Microsoft sends messages on Wingdings Font– The Wingdings Font included with Windows has a history of controversy. In 1992, only days after the release of Windows 3.1, it was discovered that the character sequence “NYC” in Wingdings was rendered as Skull and crossbones symbol, a Star of David, and thumbs up gesture. This could be interpreted as a message of approval of killing Jews, especially thos$e from New York City. (www.2spare.com)

7. No ice – Ice ICE?! – There’s no such thing as ice! Ice is just a myth!

6. U.S. military caused the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami– Popular Arab news services claim the U.S. and Indian militaries deliberately caused the Indian Ocean tsunamis with electromagnetic pulse technology. (www.2spare.com)

5. Scottish Football Team – The referees of the world have joined together in a pact to prevent the Scottish football team from ever progressing to the second round of any football tournament. It’s a widely held belief that if Scotland were allowed to play on equal grounds against any other team they would never loose a game. TV viewing figures would plummet and sponors would be out of pocket.

4. God – Some suggest he may not actually exists. If he does, he’s probably from Glasgow.

3. Moon Landings – William “Braveheart” Wallace actually landed on the moon first in 1301AD.

2. No Middle Ages – Phantom time hypothesis is a theory developed by Heribert Illig which suggests that the Early Middle Ages (614–911 CE) never occurred, meaning that all artifacts attributed to this time period were from other times, and all historical figures were outright fabrications. (www.2spare.com)

1. Heroin – Some suggest it can be a bit moreish.

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