I'm flying, Jack! I'm fly....um...excuse me....what are you doing with that hand?

Hollywood ruined the Titanic. It was just a normal sunken ship until James frickin Cameron got his grubby little mitts on it. And he ruined it. Totally ruined!

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But then again.....he gave us Kate Winslets boobies, so there is that. And no. I will not apologize for that. I am a male, and as such, I enjoy boobies. And Kate Winslet is a good looking woman. So I'm not going to apologize for enjoying her boobies.

After all, she willingly showed them. They weren't exposed by some pervert stealing personal photos. She knew full well they were going to be seen by the public. On a big screen, even. She was offered fair compensation for showing them, and so I feel no guilt over admiring them. Because, to be perfectly honest, they are nice. (all boobies are nice, though)

All these celebs that are having their pictures exposed now, though, are different. They were private photos, and shouldn't have been exposed to the public. Exposing flesh in a movie is one thing. You're willingly putting your body out there. These photos were meant to be private, and they should have stayed that way.

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Having said that, I will admit, curiosity got the better of me, and I did look. I did not, however, save them. And once I saw them, I now have no desire to see them again. And I'm a bit let down now having seen them. Because, to tell the truth, imagining what they looked like was more fun than actually seeing them.

So, because I looked, does that make me a bad person? No. I was a bad person before looking. But I am a part of the problem. I would like to say that I'll never do it again, but to be honest, if it's true that someone is going to release pictures of Emma Watson and Carley Fouks, I'll succumb to the pervy side of my maleness and peek.

I won't be proud of myself, but I was ever a curious person. And it's boobies. Besides, they will be out there regardless of if I look or not. Granted, that's a weak excuse. But I'm a man, and by nature, I have a weakness for that kind of thing. Because boobies. But I'll feel guilty afterwards.

Now, having said what I've said, it doesn't make me any better than that loser living in a dark basement, mooching internet from his neighbors. But it does make me honest enough to admit it's a pervy thing to do and that it's wrong to do it. The fact that I'll do it anyway just makes me weak.

Anyhoo....moving on.....

Today I have a different oddity for you. In fact, I might be doing a small little series like this. We'll see.

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Today's oddity isn't some fact that will make you go 'huh...I didn't know that!'. Todays oddity is going to focus not on something that's true, but instead on something that some people think is true.

Put on your tinfoil hats people, today I'm going to tell you about a conspiracy theory.

There are conspiracy theories that, when you hear them, you admit that they sound plausible. Even though you don't believe them, upon hearing them, you stop and say, 'well now....that's interesting.'.

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And then, there are the theories that make you stop and scratch your head and wonder how in the world anyone could possibly believe that.

And finally, there's todays type of theory. The ones that nobody would even consider being close to real unless they actually sat at home in a tinfoil hat. Not a metaphorical hat, but a real one.

And the sad truth is, the theory I am about to describe to you is a real theory. People actually believe it. And that is todays oddity. That there are people who actually believe what I'm about to tell you.

It involves the Titanic, and why it sunk.

You all know the story. The Titanic was crossing the Atlantic when her captain ignored warnings about icebergs and ended up side swiping one, causing her to go to the bottom.

But that's a lie.

The truth is, the Jesuits sank the Titanic so they could create the Federal Reserve Bank and take over the world.

Want me to pause while you let that shocking news sink in?

Here's how it supposedly went down:

In 1910, the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and J.P. Morgan, (all members of the Illuminati), got together to discuss forming the Federal Reserve Bank. The Jesuits needed this bank to finance their plot to take over the world.

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However, the Vatican knew that the idea of the Federal Reserve would be opposed by the three richest men in the world, John Astor, Benjamin Guggenheim, and Isador Strauss. To remove their objections, the Jesuits decided they had to die.

But they had to die in such an unlikely way that no one would ever suspect that they were killed.

So the Jesuits came up with a plan. The ordered J. P. Morgan, who just so happened to own White Star Lines, to build the biggest luxury liner ever seen. That liner was, of course, the Titanic.

Morgan then invited Astor, Guggenheim and Strauss to sail on the maiden voyage.

The Jesuits then recruited a 'Jesuit Temporal Coadjutor' to be the captain. (a temporal coadjutor was someone who has pledged their life to the Jesuits without actually becoming a priest.) That man was Edward Smith.

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He took it as his mission from God to run his ship, full speed, into an iceberg, causing the ship to sink. And on April 15th 1912, he did just that. And the Jesuit mission was accomplished; Astor, Guggenheim and Strauss all drowned.

Some have tried to counter that many of the victims who dies were catholic themselves. In truth, the Vatican recruited them for the sole purpose of drowning so no one would suspect the Jesuits, or the church, were involved in the sinking.

As a result, 20 months after the Titanic sunk, in December 1913, the Federal Reserve system was fully in place, and the Jesuits now had their bankroll to take over the world.

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I would like to say that this is Monday, and I made that up. But sadly, I did not. This is an actual conspiracy theory that actual people actually believe.

Remember how I said I might make this a series? Well, tomorrow I'm going to tell you another conspiracy theory. It's about what the Jesuits did once they had their funding in place.

And it's more unbelievable than this one, if you can believe it.