And hilarious! Van, check this out…
Recently, my friends Ian Webster, Emily Snowman, and I made a website that generates conspiracy theories.
It’s essentially a very detailed mad-libs generator. It mixes and matches about 33 pages of content we wrote over the course of two weeks. Although the conspiracy theories it generates are not always very coherent, it does attempt to create an illusion of intent or coherency by getting the main sentences in each conspiracy to share nouns.
How it works