*Which is to say there isn't a hoax that frightens me. The double negative is negated by the use of ain't which isn't a real word but implies that I am hip to the street lingo. Being hip to the street lingo gives me street cred for being able to provide commentary on urban legends and hoaxes.
We've been trying to put this hoax to bed for many years now, and finally, we feel we have the definative answer. Looking into the allure of the 'Camelot Years', it is easy to see the mystique of John F. Kennedy (aka President Kennedy, aka Jack Kennedy, aka Senator John Kennedy, aka JFK) couldn't possibly last. Knowing his involvement with Marilyn Monroe and other women would eventually force him to lie about these relationships leading inevitably to impeachment, as we so clearly can see now, President Kennedy arranged for his own death in such a way as to make him an icon for generations to come and guarantee his brother, Theodore Kennedy, a job for the rest of his drunken years. Consider the hoax of the Kennedy assassination, laid to rest. It was a suicide.
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