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Ask The Eye, He’s No Charlie Sheen

 Dear Eye View

My fiance and I are about to be married. We are both very opposite when it comes to our philosophy. I have been involved with the government for over 20 years in one capacity or another. He has always worked for himself and has never really been on his own.(He still lives with his parents) I see the world as “bad things sometimes happen to good people” or “bad things happen to bad people.” He sees the world as if something bad happens, the U.S. government or some ruling family is behind it. For example, he believes that Charlie Sheen wasn’t always crazy and that someone targeted him to make him look crazy because he said that 9/11 was an “inside job.” He believes that the earthquake in Japan was caused by the U.S. government using a large antenna array, called HAARP, to target the Japanese and cause nuclear power to be vilified or for some other nefarious purpose. He focuses on it so much (every conversation is about subjects such as these), instead of the things he should be focusing on, that it scares me. I’ve never seen any evidence to support such philosophy, but it is out there on the Internet. I’m not sure what to do anymore. I don’t want to wake up one day with him moving us to some other place because he suspects we are being targeted for depopulation. Everything that happens is taken at less than face value and there is always an underlying plot of some kind. Not sure quite what to do. Confused

Dear Confused

Charlie Sheen is rich and famous, and crazy, so  the rich and famous part helps explain why women keep marrying him. Your fiance isn’t rich and famous so whats your problem? Call off the marriage and stay away from these conspiracy nuts jobs. These guys drive me nuts… Say, ever seen how the twenty dollar bill predicts 9/11 and the destruction of the World Trade Center? Hope this helps.

EV

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One Response to “Ask The Eye, He’s No Charlie Sheen”

  1. Bob Moody Says:

    You are too, too funny Mr. Eyeview

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