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The next time someone swears to you that you are waaaay too harsh on people being idiots, show them this link.  Ask them, do you think it was humans who submitted these questions or was it your neighbor's dog?  I rest my point.  Sooo, go ahead, give it up.
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Dang. I loved watching his infomercials. It must be a government conspiracy.
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Triumph of reason?  Driven by government?  A congresswoman?
Waiting for the hypnopompic reverie to set in.
 
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This seems boring by the title but it is actually fascinating:
1. sometimes promoting conspiracy theory is the actual conspiracy.
2. it explains the conspiracy theory cognitive loop really well (page 10).
3. the response of the journal in retracting the paper is equal parts ironic and hilarious.
 
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www.all-about-psychology.com

Sigmund Freud claimed puns were an admission of weakness, a psychic release-valve in which humour alleviates the stress of repressing unpleasant truths. I just think they're really funny :-)

#SigmundFreud #puns
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Amazing! He's got it down to a science. 
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