Gotta love the comments.
Interesting what some people do with NB stories...
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Thanks, red. Here's the original: http://www.newsbiscuit.com/2013/12/19/chinese-lunar-rover-finds-no-evidence-of-american-moon-landings/
The sober generated voice adds authenticity to the story
The comments are really, really scary, even for YouTube. At least the Americans aren't the most powerful nation on this planet. Oh, they are ???
Roybland has put his own story "Government Gone" up there too.
We really should have our own YouTube channel there for selected stories !
Excellent .. The piece itself was great but the comments have cheered me up no end ..
'Another cockhead with a very small brain. Are you serious? If so you need to wake up, from your drug induced coma. Or go back to your school and slap your teachers for doing a really bad job'
I personally love several things about this one in particular:
1. 'cockhead' lol
2. The assertion that the only two possible explanations for someone writing this very real story, are either a medically induced comatose state, or a below par education.
3. The clarification that cockheads don't just have small brains, they have very small brains.
Absolutely brilliant! I love the internet.
Much funnier than anything on NewsBiscuit. How come these people are let near a keyboard?
OMG. This has made my day!!
Finally got round to looking at this. Thanks for posting, red. The comments are indeed very worrying and yet also very funny.
Someone needs to put up Ludicity's story about the violent shoot-out in Dallas caused by multiple re-enactment societies to see if they believe that too. This one I mean.
I have the mental image (but sadly not the photographic skills to create) of the British Leyland Lunar Rover... A rover 2600 with walnut interiors cruising around a powdery crater.
And there was a classic homeopathy story - was it about a bomb..?
Here it is. Great stuff.
We SO need to start our own YouTube Channel!
Yup. That homeopathy story was - is - an all-time classic, right down to details like "weapons of mass dilution". Pure genius.
(I also like the old story of the homeopathy patient who forgot to take his medication one day, and promptly died of an overdose.)
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