News why is the terrorist pictured wearing an Illuminati hat?

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  1. Time Bandit

    Time Bandit Well-Known Member

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    There are at least 3 French chicks I would fuck.
     
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    love that :backlol:
     
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    Mulletude I'm Big In The Hate Club, Ya Know VIP

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    And our resident expert, @skylarbrie , has been a no-show for weeks. Nobody to give us the inside skinny. Damn. :pissed:
     
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    Time Bandit Well-Known Member

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    some questions are better left unasked..
    who's on first, what's on second, I don't knows on third..
    let's all watch mind numbing TV, pay taxes and consume mass quantities ..

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    Shh. There is no "Illuminati". In fact, there are *zero* conspiracies whatsoever. Not even one. Nope. Everything is 100% above board and beyond question. So, don't you worry. Pay taxes, consume, be happy. No thinking required. Have a nice day.
     
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    It's not so much that there are no such things as conspiracies, as that it has been the default way that we Americans love to explain everything since our nation's founding. Much easier to view world events through the lens of a soap opera involving conniving elites and magical powers than to actually look at the structural, and very mundane, conditions that, for example, just about wiped out the world economy in the Fall of 2008. Studying macro-economics and the role that interest rates and lending practices have on world events is, well, kinda' boring. Much easier to blame Jews, Monarchists, NGOs, etc. etc.
     
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