Good morning blogoverse. Have you had your coffee? I've never touch the stuff myself. Seriously. I prefer to get my caffeine fix from
Linda's Fudge Cake from the Cheesecake Factory. First time I shared this with my girls I slept less than 2 hours that night. Lesson learned.
Ever wonder why we get addicted to coffee and/or chocolate? Well, wonder no more! I just found out that caffeine has a chemical composition pretty much the same as cocaine at The Caffeine Conspiracy. But can you trust everything you read on the web? Gosh, I hope not because that post just informed me that decaffeinated green tea actually contains caffeine. The horror! The horror!
Et tu, green tea? (Image: Ruth_W)
So if you hadn't guessed, my theme this year will be: A 26-step program to kick your caffeine habit. No, no, no, that would be silly. Society would collapse into a useless stupor. It's conspiracies. And controversies. There's plenty to choose from: classics like the JFK assassination and whether the moon landing was fake to more recent conundrums such as 9/11 being an inside job and vaccines (health boon or health nightmare?) It should be fun. Or terrifying. Maybe both.
This is my fifth go-round with this challenge, and frankly, I'm a little concerned about the whole toss-out-the-master-list deal. Will the poor schmoes (like me) who join in at comment 1,362 have any chance at snagging an audience? Is this some kind of conspiracy to jack up the comments on the master site? Hmm... Very suspicious, I say. VERY suspicious.
The fun starts on April 1. Are you ready? Have a conspiracy you'd like to learn more about?