Enhance Your Critical Thinking with Conspiracy Theories

Put on your tinfoil hats, everyone!

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I have a confession: I love conspiracy theories.

Until recently, 99.8% of my podcast consumption was devoted to conspiracy-related podcasts. (Now, it’s more like 93.7%.)

Note to readers: This is a first draft. So if this piece seems a bit unfinished, well, it

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Copywriter and marketing strategist. Former Yelp Community Manager. Trying to remember why (and if) I love writing.

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Jess Rohloff

Jess Rohloff

Copywriter and marketing strategist. Former Yelp Community Manager. Trying to remember why (and if) I love writing.

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