For some reason, after watching this, I spent another twenty minutes watching moon-landing conspiracy videos. Try to avoid that if possible.
posted by Casey Cichowicz in adventure, comedy, my goddamn "conspiracies" category, space | * | 9 comments
For the falling down, strangely I think I’ve been there a time or two.
It’s like nerd night on Americas Funniest Home Videos. Now I want to watch (non-lethal) chemistry experiments blow up in scientists’ faces.
Casey, while I didn’t watch moon-landing conspiracy videos today, I did google myself and ended up reading websites that claimed Michael W. Smith, Contemporary Christian Artist, is training throngs of satan worshipers for the end times followed by reading about how organizations that support family planning are really fronts for population control…
That was really pleasant.
Oops, found myself watching the conspiracy stuff. By golly they’re insane, aren’t they?
Michael, I followed the Michael W. rabbit hole a little while.
“I can’t say much, but I can say I love the Lord.”
(My testimony in Sunday night testimonials, age 13 at our baptist church.)
Michael “Not W.” Smith.
Michael N. R. Smith
One of the interesting things about low-gravity conditions is that while you have less weight, you have the same mass, so it becomes much easier to accidentally punch things/people/yourself until you get used to it.