Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Rainbow Conspiracy

8 comments:

Steve said...

I think that this is a poorly backed conspiracy theory. It is easy to get caught up in these conspiracies and quite frankly it can be a lot of fun. I think ultimately it is just sunlight and water. Just because you see a rainbow doesn't prove there is any "stuff" in the water. And as for "stuff" oozing out of our ground there is plenty of it. It kept me in a job for several years thanks to Hill and their poor management of nasty chemicals over the last 50 years. Since when does water coming from a sprinkler pick up stuff oozing from the ground anyways. Thats enough from me I think. Funny post.

alisquire said...

How do you find these things?

Jason, Hollie, and Brianna Whinham said...

"now it's happening now" Well after that tasty bit of logic I am fully convinced. "Frankly I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords"

Trever & Heather said...

Wow. That lady is insane! Ha ha ha! I love that she thinks she's a genius, it makes it that much better!

Taylor said...

You have to hope that folks like this are just faking it to be funny. But she sure seems earnest... Even if she were faking it, what kind of creepy weirdos would take the time to do that and stick it on the web?

T.Irwin said...

Seriously this is hilarious!! What is wrong with this clearly ignorant lady?
Well, we just want to make your kids gay so there's this new rainbow chemical placed in the water system and we'll see if it works in about 10 years.

Alysia said...

I was going to ask the same thing as Alison. Very funny though!

sdande said...

Tyler, I heard you signed up with this lady back in '07 after BYU beat Utah for the second year in a row...But you took the conspiracy in a new direction: it must've been something oozing from the ground that the zoobies(not the gov't) put in the water. That was the logic I heard was used from numerous sources! HAHAHA ;)