People really want to get their hands on Apple's latest devices, regardless of what they are. It is known. That's why they're such a big target when it comes to theft, and the iPad Mini's no different. With a caper that appears to be ripped straight from any generic heist movie, a pair of thieves managed to scamper off with two pallets of the gadgets -- worth $1.5 million -- from JFK airport late Monday night.
If you're a conspiracy theorist, you know that half the fun is putting it all together. The other half is gradually losing the support of your friends and family as you slowly slide down the rabbit hole of paranoia and stop bathing and eating in favor of constructing ever more intricate tinfoil hats, but putting it together, that's were everyone gets hooked. With that in mind, Tamiya, a Japanese plastic model company, put together its "Put It Together" ad campaign featuring plastic model sets of famous conspiracy theories.
Unfortunately, these things don't actually exist, and neither do the model sets. It's rather fitting though, because every good conspiracy theorist knows that it's all about putting it together in your head, because the physical evidence is nonexistent. Putting it together in your head and then keeping it there with tinfoil.