- From 1957, one of the stupidest contactee scams ever. The next time somebody asks you to invest in a product they learned to produce on Venus, justdon’t.
- If you drink heavily, then squint for half an hour, you too can see cool man-made structures on the moon!
- Someone has used a “Penetrating Photographic Process” to *zoom in* on photographic details that weren’t actually, you know, in the photographs in the first place. You get to see aliens piloting a UFO during a lightning storm and a hijacker in the cockpit of Flight 175 on 9/11. Bigfoot and Lord Lucan are in there somewhere, too, so you might want to drink heavily and squint for half an hour.
- Killer tomatoes redux: We all *know* that GM food is the Devil’s harvest, but did you know it may even cause imaginary diseases?
- Screw real kids, why not adopt some ghosts? It’s not weird or anything. I’m sure the neighbors won’t be so creeped out that they move to another zip code in the middle of the night, leaving behind their cat and most of their possessions.
- The Canadian Action Party isn’t exactly known for its rigorous intellectualism and rationality (founder Paul Hellyer is a UFO fanatic, and former leader Connie Fogal is a 9/11 Truther who believes the Illuminati may soon be faking a UFO invasion), but current leader Andrew J. Moulden takes the damn cake. He not only knows the cause and cure for autism (which he generously posted on an Oprah forum thread about Jenny McCarthy), he informs us that “ALL vaccinations cause immediate and delayed, acute and chronic, permanent and transient, disease and disorders that cut across all organ systems.” Oh, and he might be a military imposter.