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Check it out. Here is a conspiracy I created:
Are you kidding me? Bigfoots love affair with the homeopathic atheist was a total sham! Think about it! Everyone knows that pope and the cardinals are never seen with women. And have you noticed that soccer moms riding Harley's has started to act very strangely? They obviously don’t want this story getting out. I mean, what would happen if people began asking What if distilled water made you believe in spirit? Well, they may be able to fool the sheeple, but the members of Magicians Consorting with Demons aren't swallowing their story. Look, don’t take it from me; Youtube is convinced as well. But we have to act fast, because many people want us to drink pure water. I just wanted you to be aware of this, in case I disappear.
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