From the Tinfoil Hat Files

Most of the time, when I run into a really bizarre story, I just chuckle and websurf to the next bellylaugh. Here’™s one from tomflocco.com, extracted from last week’™s headlines, that is so far over the top that it might just be true. If not, it would make for a good plotline during [...]

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Most of the time, when I run into a really bizarre story, I just chuckle and websurf to the next bellylaugh. Here’™s one from tomflocco.com, extracted from last week’™s headlines, that is so far over the top that it might just be true. If not, it would make for a good plotline during next season’™s ‘œ24′ on Fox. Either way:

Bush administration officials operated Memorial Day weekend damage control to cover up the deaths of three foreign intelligence operativesï–¿–½two British and one Frenchï–¿–½involved in a Friday morning shootout in the House of Representatives parking garage.

The altercation turned into an exchange of automatic weapons fire over a pouch containing evidence files documenting an operation to bomb the rail system along the Northeast corridor on Thursdayï–¿–½with the full knowledge of George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair who was in Washington while the operation was being hatched’¦

You’™ve really gotta read the whole thing, and then remember what Agent K said about the tabloids in ‘œMen in Black’’¦

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006 by Richard Blair |
Category: General

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