I love conspiracy theorists. Those crazy deluded fools that struggle to grasp reality. I've heard some classics over the years, but there are always a couple that stand out and truly gain mad as a box of frogs status.
Firstly, there is the notion that the moon landings were fake. I cannot deny that Hollywood have turned out some quite outstanding sci-fi blockbusters over the years. However, it wasn't until the advent of Star Wars in 1977 that anything convincing was created in the way of special effects. This suggests that the technology did not exist at the supposed time of the moon landings to create a convincing film of a faked landing. However, if you need a more simplistic reason to dismiss this conspiracy, just check out the number of people involved. If President Clinton was unable to conceal his indiscretions with all the security at his disposal, then surely if the moon landings were faked, someone at NASA would have been cashing in by blowing the whistle long ago.
The other favourite of mine is the totally bonkers theory that the Queen and Prince Philip had Diana bumped off in a car crash in Paris. I'm sure with the kind of wealth the Queen has at her disposal, if she wanted someone bumped off, it could be done in a slightly more creative fashion. Although personally I can't see what would be wrong with a good old fashioned beheading!
However, the reality of the situation is slightly more obvious. Anyone that has ever been to Paris would have frequently witnessed greasy haired scum on motor scooters pursuing and and harassing attractive women. Often their garlic breath alone is enough of a distraction to cause an accident.
If you are determined to ponder one of life's great mysteries, Cast your cognitive prowess over this little gem.
Have you ever considered why white dog muck disappeared from our streets at roughly the same time as Spangles disappeared from our sweet shop shelves!