Montauk Monster

October 16, 2010 by staff 

Montauk Monster, In the first of the second season, Ventura discovers the federal government run (by the Department of Homeland Security) Plum Island Animal Disease Center, the facility controversial in Gardiners Bay off the northeast coast of Suffolk County, NY Ventura insists that there is a cover-up going there.

What would it be? A little confused, but Ventura and his team decided that there must be a laboratory for biological warfare on the island. It tracks the usual suspects – some who have claimed the Montauk Monster or Lyme disease have been generated here, although Rep. Tim Bishop, D-Southampton, insists the diseases studied their animals.

“I guess that’s the difference between him and me,” said Jesse dark. “I do not accept what I said.” What about the landing beach? Ventura is close – or closer to New London ferry – before being turned back. “I find it very interesting. I am a former governor, and yet I can not go on Plum Island.”

I say: “Conspiracy Theory” is just now discovering Plum Island? What took so long Ventura? Plum Island is holy ground for conspiracy theorists, although Ventura – as usual – is acting as if it was the discovery of his “shocking” secrets for the first time. It’s OK, because, like journalism, publishing in this week’s gloriously absolute rubbish. But even gibberish can be fun, and “Conspiracy Theory” is very nice political theater. A born showman libertarian, Ventura uses the show to rail against big government, and even dispense advice to care for pets: “Combining the fear, greed and taxpayer money, and you have a Industry biological warfare is out of control…. Meanwhile, if you have a pet, make sure and check for ticks. ”

BOTTOM LINE: Interesting, goofy, and sometimes watchable – but, one suspects unwittingly – informative.


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