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Uploaded on Nov 27, 2011
This video is one about implying terrible tragedies.
The technique is actually a lot more effective if there's a genuine terrible tragedy that you would reference; using it in this situation has the additional risk of incurring the wrath of people who would take that terrible tragedy seriously, however. The 'fair enough' factor of this wrath is directly proportionate to the terror of the tragedy.
I guess what I'm trying to say is implied lies are only okay if they're not true.