Podcast: Double O Heaven

Posted by Editor on February 13th, 2013

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Justin and Andrew are riding as a power duo in this episode of the Weird Things podcast. Who is going to be the next Pope? We thumb through many surprising possibilities including a few super spies who would take the head Vatican role on His Majesty In Heaven’s Secret Service. A space death missile will narrowly miss us, but what would happen if it didn’t? And why shouldn’t we be shooting at it?

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  • somerandomguy

    What I don’t understand is why people who call themselves skeptics don’t apply this same skepticism to the “official story.” Instead, they just assume that whatever the government and media tells us is true. Shouldn’t they be subject to the same scrutiny that you give to a conspiracy theorist?

    Specifically regarding the Sandy Hook thing, there are so many inconsistencies in the official story. You shouldn’t be so quick to disregard what the conspiracy theorists have to say. Most of them raise valid concerns. It’s not that they’re trying to be insensitive, they are just trying to present the evidence. It just so happens that the evidence doesn’t line up with what we are being told.

    I really don’t understand how someone could look at all the evidence and not think that something is fishy about the official story. I mean, heck, look at all the interviews with the families. No tears at all. Many of those people look way to happy to have just lost a child. Watch that Robbie Parker interview and try to tell me that something weird isn’t going on there.

    If you don’t believe the conspiracy theories, that’s fine. But you also shouldn’t get upset if people are being skeptical of the “official story.” Skepticism is a very good thing, but it works both ways.