BREAKING: QAnon Revealed

If you’ve been on social media for more than a minute, you’ve probably noticed some bat-shit crazy people live there among those of us that could, in a pinch, pass for relatively “normal people.”

Some of the craziest people on there are those that are currently pushing the conspiracy theory of QAnon or Q for short.

Until recently they have pretty much lived u̶n̶d̶e̶r̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶l̶o̶c̶a̶l̶ ̶b̶r̶i̶d̶g̶e̶  radar existing in the shadows. That is until recently when MSM began giving them and their bizarre theories some sort of twisted validity.

These nut bags have claimed some of the crazies things. Some of the crazier ones seems to be driving the crazy train when it comes to some of the seedier, sicker conspiracy theories around Q such as Pizzagate and child sex trafficking.

All of this brings me to one of their latest – JFK Jr faked his own death and is in fact a big ole Trump lover AND is the leader of QAnon.

To this I say “HA!”

JFK Jr., God rest his soul is not alive nor is he the leader of Q, but I know who is . .

Hold on to your socks babies because I’m about to lay a hunk-a hunk-a burning truth down on you. . .


That’s right. Elvis is not only alive and living well down in The Jungle Room – he is the one and ONLY leader of QAnon, which I guess is no longer “anon,” as I’ve let you in on one of the biggest secrets of our time since Hanger 18, and the Moon landing.

Elvis’ appointment to the leader of the Q was set in motion when then leader, Jim Morrison decided he wanted to retire the position and join past leaders like Amelia Earhart, Houdini, to name a few, on the island of Bermeja.

Elvis was actually sworn in as the new Q in his famous meeting with then President, Richard Nixon in The Oval Office on December 21, 1970.

It was from this moment on that Elvis began his full transition into full power.

Interesting bit of Qtrivia – “MAGA” was originally coined by Elvis, only then it meant “Make (me) A Giant Appetizer.”
Later it would be used by Trump and the meaning changed.

When on July 3, 1971 when it was determined that Elvis was ready to assume full power, Jim simply boarded a plane for retirement.

By the time the news of his unfortunate “death” hit the news he was drinking tropical drinks and trading war stories with those who went before him.

Now the only question remaining is – Who will replace Elvis when he decides to retire?

The world may never know.

Or will we?

In the words of Q formerly know as Elvis, “Thank you. . . Thank you very much.”

The Q has not left the building.






Oh Oh Oh It’s Magic, You Know

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Blayk Puckett, a junior at the University of Central Arkansas, was driving home from the library late Friday night when he was pulled over by Sgt. Keith McKay.

Puckett said ” “I had a brake light out, and so I’m driving very carefully trying to be as careful as I can not to do anything wrong because I knew my brake light was out,”

Sgt. McKay showed him the broken tail light and spoke with him to be sure he wasn’t under the influence.

Then, McKay asked a question that changed the entire conversation: “What’s that in your pocket?”

Puckett explained to the officer he was a magician, and McKay asked to see some magic.

Puckett offered to juggle instead.

“I knew I could prove I hadn’t been drinking, especially with juggling clubs in the back seat,” he said.

Puckett posted the video of his juggling act of his Facebook page, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Sgt. McKay didn’t give Puckett a ticket stating he knew he was sober before the juggling began, and it was just for fun.

About the stop, Sgt. McKay said, ” it was the most fun traffic stop he’s ever made.”

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