Let’s talk conspiracies

  • Wednesday, March 4, 2015 4:46pm
  • News

In the spirit of the recent Mr. Homer Pageant and Outhouse Races, “Homer Events” is at it again, and this time they’re going right to the limit of crazy, hosting a “Conspiracy Night.” Every once in a while it’s kind of fun to go out on a limb, and here’s a chance to do just that — plus eat a hot dog or two.

There will be a very, very strange meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 12, at the Down East Saloon, and although everyone is invited, it’s entirely possible that no one will show up. It is also possible that it will be standing-room only. The only certain fact is that there will be free (excellent) hot dogs, etc. in exchange for a voluntary $5 door charge.

Whether you believe the crazy conspiracy stuff, or laugh at the “nut jobs” who do, everyone is welcome to add their two-cents worth to this unique evening. There will definitely be laughing, and there will probably be a few moments where even the most skeptical will do some thinking.

Considering world-wide events, just maybe we are living in a dangerous time.

If you watched “The X Files” you know that the truth is out there. We’re going to go looking for some of those truths … wearing tinfoil hats.

Find more info at Facebook “Surviving The End Of The World” or “Homer Events.” 

Dax Radtke


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