The fact that a reportedly uninvited socialite couple crashed the WH state dinner has caused numerous heads to explode at the normally sedate (ha!) dkos. Even Mr Blades has joined in on the "what if? ZOMG!!" action positing about how these nefarious crashers could have poisoned The Chosen One with ricin. I kid you not:
Mock all you like. Ricin is an easy poison ... (26+ / 0-)Quick! Someone get the man some worry beads. And pass a law pronto banning all bracelets in the WH.
...to make, requiring only basic chemistry. And it's easy to apply. A syringe is best, but a scratch from, say, a specially prepared bracelet will do the trick. Of course, the Salahis didn't have any bracelets close at hand. So no problem, right?
Don't tell me what you believe. Tell me what you do and I will tell you what you believe.
by Meteor Blades on Sat Nov 28, 2009 at 01:13:38 AM MST
The conspiracy theories about how this all came about are fast and furiously being posted over there - much to the delight of those who are so tightly wrapped up in Hollywoodesque impending disaster porn that they can barely stop their hands from quivering long enough to post "100% correct!" "Boycott Bravo!" "She looks anorexic!". (Oh, the misogyny is out in full force. Trust me.) This, on a site where conspiracy theories are supposed to be a bannable offense because it's a reality-based community. (I know. I know.)
I mean, c'mon. The two of them almost started a nuclear war! when they weren't busy posing with the nation's poseurs.
Well. At least they don't have to waste time talking about and justifying that shitty, so-called health insurance