A Conspiracy Week of Tweets 2010-10-10

  • Last week was long but fun. This week promises to be much more relaxed. #
  • Still waiting for someone to make me a royal seal for my new role as the Debunk King. #
  • New post: The Mystery of the Severed Hand: http://bit.ly/9uQAYh #
  • So, Twitter Tools for WordPress is working again. Sorry for the double-posting of the blog post notification. #
  • My "Media 7" peeps better beware my return; I'm expecting heavenly choirs and the like. #
  • 8 Conspiracy Theories That Make the Reptilians Seem Normal http://tumblr.com/xqukqe03f #
  • Finally. "Rubicon" is beginning to show what its all about. Thus far, though, it isn't a surprising reveal. #
  • Norman Wisdom is dead. I wish I had something of his on DVD to watch right now. #
  • So, now I want to be a superhero. http://bit.ly/aq8TT1 #
  • So, Left-wing Super-Mayor, who was best-of-bad-lot. I like hyphens. #
  • Writing a letter to my aunt in Weymouth, in the style of a war correspondent. No idea why. Don't think she will understand it, either. #
  • Time to slap on a suit and see an atheist get married in an Anglican Church with a Freemason as the presider. #

About Matthew Dentith

Author of "The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories" (Palgrave Macmillan), Matthew Dentith wrote his PhD on epistemic issues surrounding belief in conspiracy theories. He is a frequent media commentator on the weird and the wonderful, both locally and internationally. On occasion he can be caught dreaming about wax lions but, mostly, it is rumoured he works for elements of the New World Order.


  1. I mostly remember, media-wise, his appearances on “Last of the Summer Wine.” I’m rather fond of that show (and, given its decline over the last few years, it’s a wry fondness).

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