I was taught by my parents to never discuss religion or politics at a dinner party. When I got married, my wife added to the list. Now I cannot discuss religion, politics or UFO's at any social function we attend. It's probably best. Controversial subjects can end up ruining a perfectly good evening.
Oh, and since 2012 is coming, I have to refrain from discussing the possible Apocalypse and the Mayan calendar.
Then there are the FEMA camps and the NWO concerns I have. Those two things can't be brought up either. And don't get me started on how we never really landed on the moon the first time around! My wife threatened to strangle me if I mention anything about that.
Crop circles aside, it's always tricky to be a conspiracy theorist who has to attend normal social functions. I don't have much to say and I feel like I really have to make sure not to embarass my wife and myself. Besides the men in black might be listening in and who wants to have to deal with that? They aren't very nice I've heard.
So if anyone has any ideas of what a safe dinner topic is, just let me know. I need to brush up on normalcy.