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 n.— «A pro-spiracy is like a con-spiracy, except instead of plotting against you, people are plotting for you. For instance, if we were to discover that, for years the government had been siphoning money out of wasteful, inefficient programs and secretly spending it on health care and education, it would be the result of a massive prospiracy.» —“New Word: Prospiracy” by Jason Schissel Jason’s Fresh Produce Jan. 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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