I'm having a hard time accepting the scientific accuracy of someone's whackadoo delusions when its delivered via a parody of a pop song that peaked in 1995.
Frankly, bad songs by conspiracy theorists are way more entertaining than filksongs.
Oh, go filk yourselves.
There is good/amusing filk, but it's hard to find among all the odes to the Sword of Shanana or whatever. The worst I've ever heard are when fans take song lyrics from novels and try to set them to music.
The "good" stuff is more along the line of Weird Al or other novelty music. Two I like off the top of my head are "Never Set The Cat on Fire" by Frank Hayes and "These Are Not The Ways To Get Laid" by Leslie Fish.
Meanwhile at the Legion of Doom (NSA/Verizon/Illuminati):
"Dammit, another song about Project Spray the Fuckers! We need to identify this target for immediate elimination! If only we knew what he loo... oh, well, there's his face."
What's a selfie called when it's used in a drone targeting computer?
I have trouble believing this paranoia is genuine.
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Done like this, it really sounds like early Mountain Goats.
The government is spying on everyone, products are made to fail so they can be replaced or even "they let pearl harbor/ 9-11 happen on purpose!" I can buy into why you might believe those but this kind of shit? Why??
One hand on my nose, one foot in my ear, another foot in the....wait, where was i?
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