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2013-02-04 08:46:36 PM

fusillade762: Can we all just agree that The Black Eyed Peas are still the worst?


I'm about to go down to the monthly lodge meeting.  I'll run that one by the junior past worshipful grand master of Idaho.  If anybody knows, it's him.

/it's good to have a PGM as a regular sideliner
 
2013-02-04 08:55:42 PM

GreatGlavinsGhost: Mad_Radhu: GreatGlavinsGhost: Illuminati, Subby?  Try $cientology.  How else do you suppose they got their commercial on?

/runs away!

I'm reading Going Clear right now, and it is amazing how farked up L. Ron was. While he was developing Dianetics, he was terrorizing his wife he was kinda sorta married to (on account of being married to his first wife when he married his second). He beat her up, forced her to have abortions, and he kidnapped their daughter. Apparently he was also hooked up with an adherent of Crowley's, so Scientology took a lot from the OTO. Which, is of course how we link Scientology to the Illuminati.

Wow, really?  I was only half kidding.

Obviously, Elron was mentally ill, why else would he be so anti-science, er, I mean psychology?


Yeah, apparently L. Ron rented a room from Jack Parsons (occult practitioner AND JPL scientist), helped him with the The Babalon Working project to create a Moonchild (one stage of the project involved them ritualistically masturbating on a parchment). In the end, though L. Ron ran off with Parsons's mistress after screwing him out of $21,000 in a business deal. Parson's mistress is the aforementioned woman that L. Ron abused. The story is CRAZY.

To be fair to L. Ron, psychiatry was all One Flew Over the Cuckoos' Nest then, so I can see why he'd be a little suspicious. It wasn't nearly the science it is now.
 
2013-02-04 09:22:48 PM

Mad_Radhu: GreatGlavinsGhost: Mad_Radhu: GreatGlavinsGhost: Illuminati, Subby?  Try $cientology.  How else do you suppose they got their commercial on?

/runs away!

I'm reading Going Clear right now, and it is amazing how farked up L. Ron was. While he was developing Dianetics, he was terrorizing his wife he was kinda sorta married to (on account of being married to his first wife when he married his second). He beat her up, forced her to have abortions, and he kidnapped their daughter. Apparently he was also hooked up with an adherent of Crowley's, so Scientology took a lot from the OTO. Which, is of course how we link Scientology to the Illuminati.

Wow, really?  I was only half kidding.

Obviously, Elron was mentally ill, why else would he be so anti-science, er, I mean psychology?

Yeah, apparently L. Ron rented a room from Jack Parsons (occult practitioner AND JPL scientist), helped him with the The Babalon Working project to create a Moonchild (one stage of the project involved them ritualistically masturbating on a parchment). In the end, though L. Ron ran off with Parsons's mistress after screwing him out of $21,000 in a business deal. Parson's mistress is the aforementioned woman that L. Ron abused. The story is CRAZY.

To be fair to L. Ron, psychiatry was all One Flew Over the Cuckoos' Nest then, so I can see why he'd be a little suspicious. It wasn't nearly the science it is now.


I completely forgot that book came out. I've been dying to read it. I always knew L. Ron was farked up, but damn.
 
2013-02-04 09:55:01 PM

DarkPascual: [stuffpoint.com image 850x637]


Came for this, thank you sir and/or ma'am!
 
2013-02-04 10:06:02 PM

kroonermanblack: No one comments that we have this link (well, one similar) like 5 points down?

Show was dull. Dancing was good, singing wasn't, never liked her songs so that's to be expected, and I'm not stupid enough to think she can sing at full diva volume and still dance like she did.

Was floored to see the other two Destiny's child people up there, I would have never, for a second, expected her to ever share the limelight with anyone again.


And it was nice of Beyonce to have her mic be louder than the those of the other two. That came off as rather diva-tastic.
 
2013-02-04 10:17:54 PM
FTFA: William Fawell, one of the founders of the Elect A New Congress Super PAC, announced earlier last week that he and many other Super PAC members would be boycotting Beyoncé 's half time show for being "anti-liberty."

So they did what, exactly? Got up and left the room during the halftime show? When did boycotting become as lame as filibustering?
 
2013-02-04 10:30:47 PM

TheChaosPath: kroonermanblack: No one comments that we have this link (well, one similar) like 5 points down?

Show was dull. Dancing was good, singing wasn't, never liked her songs so that's to be expected, and I'm not stupid enough to think she can sing at full diva volume and still dance like she did.

Was floored to see the other two Destiny's child people up there, I would have never, for a second, expected her to ever share the limelight with anyone again.

And it was nice of Beyonce to have her mic be louder than the those of the other two. That came off as rather diva-tastic.


She struck me as "look at me look who I'm helping out, aren't I great" ..switched back in time to suffer through that part.
 
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2013-02-04 10:31:06 PM

Lionel Mandrake: With her 12-minute song and dance routine and captive audience of millions...

not really...

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 137x368]


Sky exists in the US? in Omaha?
 
2013-02-04 11:26:58 PM
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I for one welcome our new Illuminati overlords.
 
2013-02-04 11:45:41 PM
Reading that article about the issues involving a Super Bowl in NJ, I have to wonder why they're even bothering having it there in the first place.  Didn't they think about those problems?

/Turned off the halftime show about three minutes in.  They could have saved a few million by just sending the cheerleaders out there and handing one a mic. Same thing as what we got.
 
2013-02-05 12:27:53 AM

Rapmaster2000: The NFL totally blew it with this popular act that is enjoyed by a large number of women and girls, who ordinarily would not tune in to a football game, thereby giving advertisers a larger audience and allowing CBS to charge higher rates which in turn allows the NFL to command a higher price tag for the rights to broadcast the Super Bowl.

They should have gone with Rush so me and eight other drummers would be happy.



Canadians need not apply.

I am surprised they haven't asked Metallica though. They're geriatric and mainstream enough now.
 
2013-02-05 12:37:23 AM

stoli n coke: Rapmaster2000: The NFL totally blew it with this popular act that is enjoyed by a large number of women and girls, who ordinarily would not tune in to a football game, thereby giving advertisers a larger audience and allowing CBS to charge higher rates which in turn allows the NFL to command a higher price tag for the rights to broadcast the Super Bowl.

They should have gone with Rush so me and eight other drummers would be happy.


Canadians need not apply.

I am surprised they haven't asked Metallica though. They're geriatric and mainstream enough now.


I love Metallica, but James has no voice anymore. His vocal chords are totally shot.

That's not such a big problem when the entire arena knows the words. Not such a great idea for the Super Bowl.
 
2013-02-05 12:45:25 AM

Rapmaster2000: The NFL totally blew it with this popular act that is enjoyed by a large number of women and girls, who ordinarily would not tune in to a football game, thereby giving advertisers a larger audience and allowing CBS to charge higher rates which in turn allows the NFL to command a higher price tag for the rights to broadcast the Super Bowl.

They should have gone with Rush so me and eight other drummers would be happy.


all the single ladies
 
2013-02-05 01:04:53 AM
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2013-02-05 01:33:04 AM

fusillade762: Can we all just agree that The Black Eyed Peas are still the worst?


No.  Aerosmith, N'Sync and Britney Spears were the worst.
 
2013-02-05 01:59:58 AM
So, apparently the way this totally secret conspiracy works is by gigantic stars revealing them openly in the biggest TV event of the year?
 
2013-02-05 07:03:51 AM
Definitely not my kind of music, but that outfit was farking aces.

/needs one badly
 
2013-02-05 07:04:50 AM

Lionel Mandrake: With her 12-minute song and dance routine and captive audience of millions...

not really...

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 137x368]


Oh, yeah, yeah, there's Lionel Mandrake and William Fawell . But otherwise, they're solid.
 
2013-02-05 07:06:41 AM

room at the top: rumor is no halftime show next year due to the frigidness of NJ in February.


http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/ny_nj_plan_for_half_ass_halftime_ h2 ju81jB7Z75Rw6DyFPvSI


Just invite Taylor Swift
 
2013-02-05 07:38:00 AM

Uzzah: Boy, for a secret society, the Illuminati sure are good at getting their name out there.

The ones you really need to watch out for are the Flzdzurback Conglomeration. But, I've said too much already...



It's also funny that they always have dozens of super-secret plans that they apparently can't even keep nutjob basement-dwelling bloggers from finding out about.

Basically, if you believe in the Illuminati, you are what Susan B. Anthony referred to as "a farking idiot."
 
2013-02-05 08:38:51 AM
Isn't that just the Rockafeller records hand signal that Jay-Z and Kanye have been doing for a long, long time now?
 
2013-02-05 08:44:49 AM
Ia Ia Beyonce ftaghn!
 
2013-02-05 08:48:51 AM
I'd really like to see a halftime show done by the cheerleaders. Maybe oil or mud wrestling, or maybe even just pole dancing.
 
2013-02-05 09:28:00 AM

Strik3r: I'd really like to see a halftime show done by the cheerleaders. Maybe oil or mud wrestling, or maybe even just pole dancing.


Only if it's the real thing.

/link arguably NSFW
 
2013-02-05 09:29:49 AM

Therion: [img521.imageshack.us image 400x200]


FNORD?
 
2013-02-05 10:29:41 AM
sort of related...but I watched that show Brad Meltzer's Decoded on the Illuminati. They went to Rockefeller Plaza and brought up how strange it is with all the Nations flags. And then when the election was going on they were showing the Electoral College results up the side of the building. My tinfoil hat was freaking out.
 
2013-02-05 10:39:16 AM
LOL @ subby......


right, because there's nothing a secret society wants more than publicly flashing their "secret" signs...............
 
2013-02-05 10:48:37 AM
I thought that we all knew that the Illuminati (as well as FEMA) was a front created by Majestic 12 to divert attention away from their activities of creating a virus that would cleanse the planet of undesirables, and the only cure is manufactured by a shadow company (in the pocket of MJ12) and it is so rare that it is only given to those deemed vital to society .  Also, the "Greys" are genetically altered monkeys (made by MJ12) who emit radiation (and exist to keep the populace occupied).


/now you must install it
 
2013-02-05 11:31:09 AM

GreatGlavinsGhost: Mad_Radhu: GreatGlavinsGhost: Illuminati, Subby?  Try $cientology.  How else do you suppose they got their commercial on?

/runs away!

I'm reading Going Clear right now, and it is amazing how farked up L. Ron was. While he was developing Dianetics, he was terrorizing his wife he was kinda sorta married to (on account of being married to his first wife when he married his second). He beat her up, forced her to have abortions, and he kidnapped their daughter. Apparently he was also hooked up with an adherent of Crowley's, so Scientology took a lot from the OTO. Which, is of course how we link Scientology to the Illuminati.

Wow, really?  I was only half kidding.

Obviously, Elron was mentally ill, why else would he be so anti-science, er, I mean psychology?


Because Dianetics was first billed as a self-help psychology treatment. The Psychology community called shenanigans and tried to have him shut down so he had to switch it to a religion.
 
2013-02-05 11:55:00 AM

busy chillin': sort of related...but I watched that show Brad Meltzer's Decoded on the Illuminati. They went to Rockefeller Plaza and brought up how strange it is with all the Nations flags. And then when the election was going on they were showing the Electoral College results up the side of the building. My tinfoil hat was freaking out.


Lots of place have national flags up, for example Art Museum drive in Philadelphia has all the national flags up as well AND it's in a circle AND it's by the Rocky statue.

WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN!
 
2013-02-05 12:22:47 PM

shortymac: busy chillin': sort of related...but I watched that show Brad Meltzer's Decoded on the Illuminati. They went to Rockefeller Plaza and brought up how strange it is with all the Nations flags. And then when the election was going on they were showing the Electoral College results up the side of the building. My tinfoil hat was freaking out.

Lots of place have national flags up, for example Art Museum drive in Philadelphia has all the national flags up as well AND it's in a circle AND it's by the Rocky statue.

WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN!


I can't tell you.
 
2013-02-05 03:40:03 PM
Beyonce, her legs wide...

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2013-02-05 03:53:25 PM

Strik3r: LOL @ subby......


right, because there's nothing a secret society wants more than publicly flashing their "secret" signs...............


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