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Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?

 
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02/06/2006 06:28 AM
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Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
This just kinda hit me strange with all the chatter about the game and something dramatic supposed to have happened at the Super Bowl.
I watched the whole game on TV live and saw nothing suspicious UNTIL......
Right after the game ended and during all the celebration going on, some of the camera angles showed red smoke or dust clouds in a couple of places high up in the stadium but covering about a third of the spectators from the top down. I saw two distinct clouds of red something just hanging in the air.
At the time, I thought Hmmmm.
THEN...... I just read on Brians predictions where he says people who attended the game would become sick from some red and white confeti shot out of cannons. First they will get flu like symptoms and then....

Double Hmmmm, Hmmmmm.
Brian has a pretty good track record even though I'm not totally convinced about him yet.

See... www.brianspredictions.com
I forgot to check the time and date of his dream/prediction. I'll go have another look. Anybody got any feelings on this or see what I saw?
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02/06/2006 07:00 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
Put the bag down and step away from the bong!
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02/06/2006 07:07 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
brian is a cia asset...NOT


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02/06/2006 07:41 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
anyone saw it..?
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02/06/2006 07:44 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
how about anyone who makes idiotic predictions gets autobanned from now on.
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02/06/2006 08:13 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
"how about anyone who makes idiotic predictions gets autobanned from now on."

There would be no one left.
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02/06/2006 08:13 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
How bout you go fuck yourselves dickheads. Was asking people with at least half a brain. Not you fucktards that couldn't find your ass with both hands tied behind you.
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02/06/2006 08:16 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
Yeah, info, you're a real super genius.
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02/06/2006 08:24 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
I would be interested in finding out when Brian made the prediction where he specifies the confetti machines would be the instrument...because...

I too saw a gaseous substance coming out of those large circumfrence pipes. I would have guessed that it would have only been air coming out, and any "dust" would be ejected at a much faster rate than the confetti...or at least be lite enough to spread out in all directions.

What I saw was a foggy gaseous substance that immediately began to sink once it left the pipes.

It was like watching a humidifier...the vapor-filled air immediately sinking once leaving the port of the humidifier.

What was the gaseous mixture that was coming out and what properties did it have that caused it to sink so fast?

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02/06/2006 08:27 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
Didn't see anything suspicious during or after the game, but the pre-game shows,caught some interesting activity in the background
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02/06/2006 08:29 AM
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Re: Red clouds of smoke or dust in the Super Bowl stadium?
If some kid pushed another kid and he broke his leg, brian would quickly throw that story on as the possible attack he seen.

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