Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Idiotic story of the day ( non-politics division )

From Wochit Media
In the post-truth, fake-news age, you can't always trust what you read. Or where you get your fried family-style appetizers.

Australian-themed restaurant chain Outback Steakhouse [has been] accused ... of concealing hidden ties to the Illuminati and other occult groups, after one astute Twitter user discovered the chain's franchises were arranged in a pentagram shape.

Pentagrams, perhaps most commonly identified with Wiccanism, have also been popularly associated with the Illuminati, Satanism ... and the occult in general.
The pattern was initially spotted by user @eatmyaesthetics on Thursday, but soon netizens across the country began comparing notes. The findings seemed too conclusive to be mere coincidence. ...

Of course, observers may notice any time one has five of anything, it's possible to draw a five-pointed star between them, although sometimes the angles get stretched to ridiculous proportions. And, if it's meant to be the usual Satanic symbol, the two points are supposed to be on top.
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