Answers to Never-Asked Questions about KU Basketball

  • Q: Why isn’t Sheahon Zenger building a Tesla Pyramid next to Allen Field House to tap into the underground aquifer and generate electricity more cheaply, while also making AFH be able to defend itself with long wave directed beams against interdimensional attacks by Archon-Shoeco Complex aliens?

    A: Project stopped by Deep State. Classified and moved to Yale.

    Q: Did James Naismith meet Harry Houdini and H.P. Lovecraft the night that Lovecraft agreed to write a highly fictionalized account of Houdini’s experiences at the Great Pyramid in Egypt, and did Naismith advise Lovecraft and Houdini on the occult origins of Toad on a Rock, as that it was actually called KEK on a Rock by the ancients that came to Ontario over 3500 years ago, and then again by the Knights Templar roughly 20 years before Columbus came to the Western Hemisphere?

    A: No.

    Q: Were James Naismith and Forrest Allen ever involved in a conspiracy of osteopaths attempting to take over the American Medical Association and replace vaccinations with lumbar adjustments as the primary form of health care?

    A: No.

    Q: Has anyone ever been caught in a green tractor beam and transported from Allen Field House to a planet of Saturn?

    A: Yes, it supposedly happened, but the KU fans present were subjected to a mass neuralizations by men in black and all wire service photographs documenting the event were classified along with what happened at Roswell, NM and are jointly archived at Wright-Patterson AFB in a large box marked “To be released if the Deep State is in danger of being arrested for treason.”

    Q: Is it true that the legendary KU Jayhawk mascot as painted on the James Naismith Court inside Allen Field House is one-eyed, because the Jayhawk logo was developed by the Illuminati and Freemasons that also use a one-eye image and images of one-eyed models in music and movie and fashion advertising promotion?

    A: Anyone that says yes will be immediately found suicided, or to have beaten themselves to death, or to have just won The Voice. The answer is: NO!

    Q: Is it true that the holy grail of college basketball, as pictured in jaybate 1.0’s icon, is really located in a chamber 10 feet beneath the center circle of Allen Field House and that it is guarded by a basketball knight named 100?

    A: Yes.

    (Note: All fiction. No malice. Except the last one.)

    1. 🙂

  • @jaybate-1.0 Wow, lots of information there and non-theories dispelled!

    But now I am worried about what there is to not ask questions about, both about KUBB and everything else.

  • @mayjay

    Don’t worry. It will come to you!

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