Very well. Just don't become an anti-conspiracy theorist. Some people just want to know the truth, and for that, you may need to explore non-mainstream accounts and beliefs.
It is better to know the truth than be sold a BS story. Most Americans in fact do believe that JFK was not killed by Oswald alone (61% ACCORDING TO THE LATEST GALLUP POLL). Most Americans probably do not theorize, but I respect people that do. Obviously all the theories of JFK's assassination cannot be true since they contradict eachother, but You would think that at least one is very close to the truth.
Why is it that in a very large amount of cases the word "conspiracy" is followed by the word "theorist"? Why not "conspiracy investigator". "investigative reporter", or "alternative historian"? This is an attempt, I believe, to make non-offical accounts seem non-factual and fanciful. History books and TV speak the "truth", while anything that contradicts that is denigrated before it is even considered.
Some so called "conspiracy theories" seem to account for the facts more than the "official story". Nobody wants to be associated with the "conspiracy theorist" archetype created by the media, but don't let that deter you from thinking logically. The truth is the truth, ridicule or not.
The magic bullet theory is more ridiculous than many other theories.
The collapse of WTC seems physically incompatible with the official story, putting thousands of physicists and engineers into the "conspiracy theorist" group.