Thursday, October 19th, 2000 #188
Just Another Day Paranoid Delusions
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One of the problems with paranoia and conspiracy theories is that logic often has no effect on them. Or, perhaps it's better to say that sensible logic has no effect, for it's not that someone who believes that mankind didn't go to the moon, or that the US government perpetrated 9/11, can't follow a rational argument, it's just that the believer wants to believe so much in their own arguments, they tend to ignore saner arguments in favor of more convoluted ones. They see connections where there may not be any, and it's often very difficult to get them to see that. Where one person might see mere coincidence and circumstantial evidence, others might see conspiracy and enemy action.

Of course, my whole point is moot if they really ARE after you.

To be honest, I had no idea what I was doing. I got the idea of Mega Man getting all paranoid and ran with it... or, I guess, technically Mega Man ran with it. I had no real explanation for why he was so paranoid, but I suppose that's the beauty of paranoia: You don't really need a reason.
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