Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Theoretically Speaking

(Click on picture for PDF version of the story).

Karon convinced me to write this. And now I'm obsessed.


  1. Anonymous9:28 PM

    Woot woot! Cover story! Congrats.

  2. Anonymous6:03 PM

    jess you are pro. really interesting article, I especially enjoyd the ending, truth is still out there. how clever!!

  3. Love the Elvis cover, enjoyed the article. So where do you stand on the conspiracies contained therein?

  4. If I was to reveal that, wouldn't I lose all credibility as an objective journalist?

    Wait, what am I talking about? Journalists aren't objective. I'm pretty in the grey about most conspiracy theories. I didn't even realize a lot of the things I believe politically could be considered "conspiracy theories" until I went in to interview Whyte.

    I do not, however, believe Suri Cruise is the daughter of Hubbard.

  5. Objective Journalism? I live in the United States where Objective Journalism died a quick and painless death sometime during the Clinton Administration. Watching the infotainment on Faux News has replaced any semblance of real journalism for the 25% of the schmucks in this country who still think George Bush the Boy King is the bestest president EVER!

    See, the thing about 9-11 is that it WAS a conspiracy no matter how you look at it. It was either (a) a conspiracy of 19 jihadi hijackers or (b) a conspiracy of governmental insiders. Either way, it was a conspiracy. I find it odd that the word conspiracy, in and of itself, now has some sort of dog-whistle subtext associated with it.

  6. I actually had a great quote from Richard Syrett, the radio guy, talking about that. He even got into the etomology of the word "conspiracy." Basically, he echoed your thoughts, rattling off a ton of things that could be considered "conspiracies." I completely agree with you.