This is what happens when snow falls on conspiracy nuts

First, the conspiracy:

Then, the embarrassment:

And in case you are not freaked out enough ...

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Agreed Peter. I can only take comfort in the fact that the US Population represents less than 5% of the world, so there may be hope that the 95% still have active brain cells functioning.

By Larry Oliver (not verified) on 30 Jan 2014 #permalink

For a long time Americans were told that Canadians and Australians were more sensible.

That didn't exactly work out.

For a long time, Canadians and Australians were told that we were more sensible. We rested on our laurels, and we're so very, very sorry.

By Christopher Cooke (not verified) on 30 Jan 2014 #permalink

Canadians and Australians ARE more sensible. Both regulate the sale and possession of guns. Unfortunately, one of them gave us Justin Bieber.

By BobFromLI (not verified) on 31 Jan 2014 #permalink

And then we elected Stephen Harper and we are ever, ever, ever so sorry. The only good thing I can say about him is that his, and his party's,ratings are plummeting faster the the Loonie. 2015 when we get to kick his lot out of office can not come soon enough.

By Smarter Than Y… (not verified) on 31 Jan 2014 #permalink

I would say that it was very sensible to give you Justin Bieber (and Mark Steyn - hey, you're welcome).
Underhanded, but sensible.

Just to join in the "sorries", sorry we gave you Ken Ham!

On the other hand, we're not sorry to lose him.

the only good part about all of this was the last video at 3:30 where the guy has a hissy fit and groans aaarrrrrrrggggggghhhhh like a pirate. Everyone else needs to take remedial science class for 10 year olds