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  • in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #491270
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    Group: Hillsongs United
    Album title: Empires

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f0/Empires_(Official_Cover)_by_Hillsong_UNITED.jpeg

    in reply to: Automated News #424835
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    I saw the story by accident on Yahoo news. But it makes sense totally. If production of goods are being automated then why not written articles which all have a formula anyway.

    …and I see stories repeated on Yahoo etc that I saw 6 months ago. Stories that are not time sensitive and can be published anytime to fill space.

    in reply to: Fakeologist LOGO ArtWorks #233419
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    I used to think that Roy Orbison was blind because he wore the dark glasses all the time.

    in reply to: Fakeologist LOGO ArtWorks #232701
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    I get the humour in the Stevie Wonder taking a picture of MJ, but I know a blind person who actually took photographs. You see (no pun intended) blind people are…well people. The ones I have known are not offended by you saying …did you SEE that movie yesterday? They want to live as normal life as anyone because, they ARE normal…they just cant see or are legally blind (low or impaired vision). I never liked the Stevie Wonder story because he simply reached out to grab a microphone stand or whatever it was. Blind people can sometimes feel the object with their senses just like you can hear or sense a wall behind you when you are close enough.

    Blind people learn to utilize their other senses more because they have to. I know another blind guy who gets around quite well on crowded buses everyday to work (yes he even has a full-time job) and counted steps he took to cross familiar intersections.

    So for Stevie to catch that object is not far fetched to me at all.

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    Aral Sea

    in reply to: The Beatles Psyop #97411
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    George had a dry sense of humuor. The other “8” Beatles were managers, producers, crew, lawyers and spouses, etc… A performance act is not only the ones presented on stage.

    The videos are from very different times in Georges life when his hair styles and age differed. Lighting and other variables must also be taken into account since they were videotaped in various locations with various types of equipment and also generational loss due to these all being copies of the original video tapes.

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    Aral Sea

    in reply to: F E T Z E R #11399
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    I think they are not big enough for the record industry to take much notice. They probably don’t have the rights. Unless you source it from a 5o year old record, then you are ok.

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #10328
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    Film version released in Dec 2002

    two towers tolkien

    This image looks very similar to the WTC complex. Earlier book covers, before the movie was made, looked very different.

    tolkien two

    Original book released Nov 11, 1954 [11-11-199[5+4=9]

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #10053
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    The Who – Who’s next [1971]

    the who who's next album cover

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9589
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    9/11 had 3 points of impact…New York, Washington and Shanksville. Also, the impact of the white flight path penetrates the solid object and out the other side a multicoloured spectrum of technicolour narratives via the Media.

    Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon [1973]

    dsotm

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9588
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    Pink Floyd – The Division Bell [1994]

    Two “towers” again

    pink floyd division bell

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9587
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    Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here [1975]

    You certainly have two “towers” with one on fire. Some say the sewer plate is also two towers.

    pink floyd wish you were here album

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9438
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    DJ Spooky – Riddim Warfare [1998]

    riddim warfare

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9376
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    McGuinn, Clark and Hillman (of the Byrds) – City [1980]

    mch

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9373
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    Beastie Boys – License to Ill [1986]

    bb

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9366
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    Yes Going for the One 1977 released 7-7-77

    yes

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #9365
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    Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits) 2000 album

    knopfler

    in reply to: Nuclear Sub's – Do you think so ? #4639
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    As far as I know, U boats were not nuclear until after WW2. So I dont have a problem with conventional methods of power for the Pre-nuclear Sub era. Ever watch Das Boot? About German sub crew. Good film.

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