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2021-06-10 10:25:59 PM  
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2021-06-10 10:29:52 PM  
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2021-06-10 10:33:01 PM  
Do these idiots actually manage to pay their bills by spouting this nonsense for a living?
 
2021-06-10 11:06:07 PM  

fragMasterFlash: Do these idiots actually manage to pay their bills by spouting this nonsense for a living?


Yes. In fact there have been millionaires made from it

See Alex Jones.
 
2021-06-11 3:13:04 AM  
Expressed in dollars and cents, pounds, shillings, and Mike Pence
Can't you see
It all makes perfect sense
 
2021-06-11 3:14:46 AM  

fragMasterFlash: Do these idiots actually manage to pay their bills by spouting this nonsense for a living?


if you think it makes sense, you've obviously mossed something YUGE

/reasons
 
2021-06-11 3:15:37 AM  
Even Mad Libs would have difficulty coming up with something that random.
 
2021-06-11 3:17:31 AM  

Man On Pink Corner: Expressed in dollars and cents, pounds, shillings, and Mike Pence
Can't you see
It all makes perfect sense


Great song and album.

Roger Waters - Perfect Sense Parts 1 & 2
Youtube jUSaO07ThmY
 
2021-06-11 3:18:51 AM  

fragMasterFlash: Do these idiots actually manage to pay their bills by spouting this nonsense for a living?


Yes. Yes, they do.

Some of them get paid by the nonsense-consuming rubes; some of them get paid by people with deep pockets who want the rubes to continue consuming nonsense.
 
2021-06-11 3:20:49 AM  
So I should invest in Dogecoin?
 
2021-06-11 3:21:17 AM  
You could create a board game, where you drew random cards to make up conspiracies.

Kinda like, Cluedo, the janitor killed with the candlestick.
 
2021-06-11 3:23:19 AM  

fragMasterFlash: Do these idiots actually manage to pay their bills by spouting this nonsense for a living?


Absolutely!
The same way priests do.

Idiots even more idiotic than them line up to give them money!!!!
 
2021-06-11 3:23:45 AM  
Like I said earlier: What has to have happened to a human brain, that they hear this and nod and say "why yes, this makes perfect sense!"

I mean, I've been delusional myself, and I've known genuine schizophrenics in the throes of a psychotic break, and STILL I don't get how anyone gets into such a state.
 
2021-06-11 3:23:56 AM  

aleister_greynight: So I should invest in Dogecoin?


Dunno.

I made money of it, just like I did of Bitcoin. :)
 
2021-06-11 3:24:43 AM  
Nah.

In the past 12 hours, The DeepState drove me to Target, helped me carry heavy groceries, and is now napping on my sofa, so none of that Qanon shiat could've happened. I have the receipt from Target, but it's not just any Target, it's the Target closest to Barack Obama's birth certificate. This means something.

I need more space alien medicine to eat ice cream.
 
2021-06-11 3:26:03 AM  
...Gamestop.
 
2021-06-11 3:27:18 AM  
Dollar bills.
 
2021-06-11 3:30:28 AM  
It might just be the closest head trauma I have since a falling from a ladder this afternoon talking, but this is starting to make perfect sense.

.....is that toast?
 
2021-06-11 3:31:23 AM  
Needs a gif of Tiger sticking a golf club to his forehead
 
2021-06-11 3:44:04 AM  
So even though the Mainstream MSM Media spouts nothing but Fake News, this loon who makes up conspiracy theories is taking it on faith that this time, their story of Tiger Woods being involved in a crash is true.
 
2021-06-11 3:51:50 AM  
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2021-06-11 3:52:10 AM  

nytmare: So even though the Mainstream MSM Media spouts nothing but Fake News, this loon who makes up conspiracy theories is taking it on faith that this time, their story of Tiger Woods being involved in a crash is true.


It's sense and cents you can take to the bank - at the automatic ATM teller machine.
 
2021-06-11 3:59:07 AM  
Contagious babbling, jittering madness is being added to my apocalypse roulette wheel. Gross oversight that it wasn't up there before, but pone of us are nerfect.

Also, probably counts as evidence for my theory that Stephen King has prophetic powers that he drowned in drugs and alcohol while using them as creative inspiration. All the people too long on the devices, staring too deeply into the abyss of the internet, then got their brains all scrambled.
 
2021-06-11 4:05:16 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Like I said earlier: What has to have happened to a human brain, that they hear this and nod and say "why yes, this makes perfect sense!"

I mean, I've been delusional myself, and I've known genuine schizophrenics in the throes of a psychotic break, and STILL I don't get how anyone gets into such a state.


This. All of it. What kind of bullshiat-rejection equivalent of AIDS does someone have to be suffering from to hear *this* kind of bullshiat and not instantly reject it as the bullshiat it so obviously is?

/bullshiat...
 
2021-06-11 4:05:18 AM  
Conspiracy theories? What is that? Huh, interesting concept. Somebody should start one some day, probably wouldn't amount to much. People would just laugh and say Jeffrey Epstein killed himself.
 
2021-06-11 4:13:51 AM  

nytmare: So even though the Mainstream MSM Media spouts nothing but Fake News, this loon who makes up conspiracy theories is taking it on faith that this time, their story of Tiger Woods being involved in a crash is true.


Don't apply logic to crazy.

Crazy is immune to logic, that's why crazy is crazy.
But!
"Crazy is afraid of crazier" - Arnon Milchan, producer of Fight Club, briber of Bibi.
 
2021-06-11 4:14:00 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: You could create a board game, where you drew random cards to make up conspiracies.

Kinda like, Cluedo, the janitor killed with the candlestick.


A card game for this exists.

Illuminati New World Order.
 
2021-06-11 4:19:43 AM  
Earlier I was watching a video with a lady who thinks that the covid vaccine makes you magnetic and then keys will stick to you and stuff.

The really disturbing part was another woman in the background watching her and nodding intensely.  YES, YES! I have noticed these things that you're babbling incoherently about!
 
2021-06-11 4:31:04 AM  

Thelyphthoric: nytmare: So even though the Mainstream MSM Media spouts nothing but Fake News, this loon who makes up conspiracy theories is taking it on faith that this time, their story of Tiger Woods being involved in a crash is true.

It's sense and cents you can take to the bank - at the automatic ATM teller machine.


My life makes no cents a HAHAHAHA
 
2021-06-11 4:33:11 AM  
Michelle liked one of Tiger's selfies on Instagram, so Obama called up Hillary to order the hit.
 
2021-06-11 4:48:56 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: You could create a board game, where you drew random cards to make up conspiracies.

Kinda like, Cluedo, the janitor killed with the candlestick.


I've got an idea for a card game... "It's A Conspiracy!"

You've got four decks of cards: Organizations, Acts, Targets, and Locations. Draw three from each deck. Assemble a conspiracy theory from the cards in your hand. Discard any unused cards. The winner of the hand is the person who comes up with the funniest and/or most ridiculous conspiracy theory.

So you could have a hand played like this:

| Jews | Muslim Brotherhood | RAND Corporation | Sexually Abuse | Cannibalize | Palestinian Children | Bretton Woods |

Which would be interpreted as, "The Jews, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the RAND Corporation are sexually abusing and cannibalizing Palestinian children in Bretton Woods, NH."

You could come up with stuff like, "|Comet Ping Pong| |faked the moon landing| at |Bohemian Grove|," "|The Clinton Foundation| |sank| |the Hindenburg| at |the World Trade Center|." The more ridiculous, the better.
 
2021-06-11 5:07:26 AM  

Wobambo: Contagious babbling, jittering madness is being added to my apocalypse roulette wheel. Gross oversight that it wasn't up there before, but pone of us are nerfect.

Also, probably counts as evidence for my theory that Stephen King has prophetic powers that he drowned in drugs and alcohol while using them as creative inspiration. All the people too long on the devices, staring too deeply into the abyss of the internet, then got their brains all scrambled.


Like the Piers Anthony novel 'Macroscope'.  (No, not one of the Xanth stories).
 
2021-06-11 5:54:36 AM  

aleister_greynight: So I should invest in Dogecoin?


Do you like money?
 
2021-06-11 6:17:12 AM  

saturn badger: Man On Pink Corner: Expressed in dollars and cents, pounds, shillings, and Mike Pence
Can't you see
It all makes perfect sense

Great song and album.

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Never heard this before... listening in the background at work...

"why do i have to keep reading all these technical manuals?" <blinks> looks up from technical manuals.

"send him back out in command..." <blinks> looks back down at technical manual. <blinks>

That was trippy. :)
 
2021-06-11 6:23:35 AM  
These people are too stupid to live. They will believe anything they are told, as long as it's unsubstantiated, unverifiable, fabricated, nonsensical, baseless, contrary to known facts, and frightening. And, once their brains have completely turned to mush, they become violent. There are people getting rich from this shiat. There are people gaining power from this shiat. There are now people in power who believe in this shiat. Civilized society cannot survive this shiat.

It must be stopped.

I have no idea how to do that. I have family members who now only believe in conspiracy theories. They only believe in things that scare them. They are thoroughly paranoid. I've tried to speak reasonably with them. Their only response is to get angry because I disagree with them. Then they think I'm part of the problem. Ironically, I've been told, "They got to you."

Maybe the federal government should start regulating social media - which will make the nut jobs even nuttier. Force every website to put a huge banner on every page warning people that none of the shiat they are about to read has been verified and is probably false because it was posted by regular, average people who most likely have no idea what they are talking about. Refuse to show the banner, shut the site down. People will scream bloody murder about the 1st Amendment, but that was written when there were only manual printing presses and mail written with quills dipped in ink, delivered by horseback. You might not find out about a certain event for days, weeks, or even months. And drunks and lunatics screaming nonsense at the top of their lungs on the street corner were ignored. Things are very, very different now.
 
2021-06-11 6:28:37 AM  

Unscratchable_Itch: These people are too stupid to live. They will believe anything they are told, as long as it's unsubstantiated, unverifiable, fabricated, nonsensical, baseless, contrary to known facts, and frightening. And, once their brains have completely turned to mush, they become violent. There are people getting rich from this shiat. There are people gaining power from this shiat. There are now people in power who believe in this shiat. Civilized society cannot survive this shiat.

It must be stopped.

I have no idea how to do that. I have family members who now only believe in conspiracy theories. They only believe in things that scare them. They are thoroughly paranoid. I've tried to speak reasonably with them. Their only response is to get angry because I disagree with them. Then they think I'm part of the problem. Ironically, I've been told, "They got to you."

Maybe the federal government should start regulating social media - which will make the nut jobs even nuttier. Force every website to put a huge banner on every page warning people that none of the shiat they are about to read has been verified and is probably false because it was posted by regular, average people who most likely have no idea what they are talking about. Refuse to show the banner, shut the site down. People will scream bloody murder about the 1st Amendment, but that was written when there were only manual printing presses and mail written with quills dipped in ink, delivered by horseback. You might not find out about a certain event for days, weeks, or even months. And drunks and lunatics screaming nonsense at the top of their lungs on the street corner were ignored. Things are very, very different now.


lol
 
2021-06-11 6:38:02 AM  
Did these idiots get a hold of the South Park manatees?
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It amazes me how these people think nothing can just happen. Yes the reason why you didn't get your favorite coffee was because there is a vast conspiracy against you not that the truck just broke down. And Tigers accident happened because they are out to get him because he is a secret agent on the DL and not a bad driver with a history of bad driving.
 
2021-06-11 6:40:20 AM  

Man On Pink Corner: Expressed in dollars and cents, pounds, shillings, and Mike Pence
Can't you see
It all makes perfect sense


What's this about Curt Schilling pounding Mike Pence?
 
2021-06-11 6:45:19 AM  
I've gotta get me one of them conservative U-tube channels. Three times a week do an off-the-cuff mad-lib of event/Liberal/Freedom and 45 minutes ranting. Get rich on three hours of work a week.

/Please call it U-tube, every time you use the other name Bill Gates gets paid and he buys vaccines with the money.
 
2021-06-11 6:52:36 AM  
Didn't watch- does he mention the crash's connection to Drew Brees?
 
2021-06-11 6:54:53 AM  

aleister_greynight: So I should invest in Dogecoin?


I don't actually think that Fark is a good place to ask for investment advice, if that's a serious question.
 
2021-06-11 6:59:55 AM  

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I farking love Scott Thompson's "hellooo!" segue in that bit.
 
2021-06-11 7:04:43 AM  

Unscratchable_Itch: . And drunks and lunatics screaming nonsense at the top of their lungs on the street corner were ignored. Things are very, very different now.


This is actually a very good point. I remember the crazies out on the street shouting whack a doodle stuff, I remember the preachers shouting about Satan, or the paranoid ranting about NEW WORLD ORDER. They were ignored, laughed at, mocked, or generally just ignored. Internet changed all that.

Never in my life would I have thought there would or even could be a flat earth conspiracy. Yet they now have a convention to gather and disseminate more stupidity. These are extremely weak people, so desperate to feel they are smarter they cling on to the stupidist crap just to feel they are in the know and we are all the sheeples. Humanity, not all are equal. It is not race, or ethnicity, comes down to some just do not come from the stork with all the lightbulbs lit.

Listen to a physicist discuss Quantum entanglement and ask yourself, are these whackadoodles equal to the physicist? Yet they have more votes than the person that can explain gravitational waves. Something is wrong
 
2021-06-11 7:05:02 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: You could create a board game, where you drew random cards to make up conspiracies.

Kinda like, Cluedo, the janitor killed with the candlestick.


It kind of exists already
 
2021-06-11 7:06:37 AM  

Alphax: Even Mad Libs would have difficulty coming up with something that random.


If they can weave the OJ murders into the conspiracy I'll buy a subscription.
 
2021-06-11 7:16:41 AM  
You know what would be cool? If becoming a mental health professional was affordable and accessible to more people. There are a metric shiat ton of Americans who need psychiatric help, and even the ones who are lucid and aware enough to know it aren't able to find it.
 
2021-06-11 7:18:22 AM  
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2021-06-11 7:21:54 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: You could create a board game, where you drew random cards to make up conspiracies.

Kinda like, Cluedo, the janitor killed with the candlestick.


So...Illuminati?
 
2021-06-11 7:23:09 AM  

Discordulator: Ketchuponsteak: You could create a board game, where you drew random cards to make up conspiracies.

Kinda like, Cluedo, the janitor killed with the candlestick.

A card game for this exists.

Illuminati New World Order.


INWO was the CCG.  The board game was just Illuminati.
 
2021-06-11 7:27:44 AM  
I'm sure QAnon started as a joke to someone.

We should find that someone and beat them with a rubber hose.
 
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