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Mandela Effect Horror: Collapse of music, Springsteen, John Denver, more

 
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Re: Mandela Effect Horror: Collapse of music, Springsteen, John Denver, more
this are shitty songs that nobody knows
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OP your post do seem to draw a larger than average amount of trolls, odd.
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of course at 24 second mark of video , there is a spread leg crouch shot, in color HD

softcore porn HD color videos in 1965 , all righty then
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I never heard of these old jukeboxes. One thing I noticed is the dancers and singers all look fake, like some kind of computerized animations. They move very stiff and jerky. Also agree that the bikinis and stripper dance style is not early 60s! Ugh. Pretty creepy.
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I just Googled Bruce Springstein, but was shocked myself to see "did you mean BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN?",...WTF, even looking at the seemingly altered spelling is bazaar.
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I'm surprised it's not Springstain! Lol
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Re: Mandela Effect Horror: Collapse of music, Springsteen, John Denver, more
OP is not bullshitting.
Noticed this last week listening to tunes on the radio. They have changed..

Were talken classics Ive heard 100's if not 1000's of x.

Song's I know by heart. Songs I've learned not only reading the music playing as well.

Glad someone else noticed! I've been a practicing Musician over 3 decades.

Perfect pitch. Shits changing. Not major a word, a beat, a pitch. But yes. No doubt about it.

I almost made a Mandela post myself. Figured most would not be able to discern it though. And start up with the trolling.

Great catch OP
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thanks, total collapse has been initiated

the final warning was 6 people in THE Village people, 6 people in Jackson 5, and 6 ..... 666

Also Teddy Roosevelt - Speak Softly, and bushes upside down my pet goat changed

tell us your one

all forms of reality WILL COLLAPSE in 2018- 2019 , music , movies, political history are just starting it

FFS , I can hardly enjoy my monthly karaoke with 20ish women here without the Scorpions WINDs OF CHANGE changing on a weekly basis

post your music mandela , cheers to you

ps- how sick is it that there are trolls , not just on youtube channels with hundreds of thousands of views, or even 1000s of view, but even here they are so threatened that they troll a thread with 30 comments and less than 1000 views. amazing, and sick
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FYI There was a very nice poll thread done by a member here recently. About 400 posters said they had at least one "Mandela" memory compared to few who said they didn't. The thread's OP was very curtious, intelligent, and interesting. She got rudely attacked by a very rude moderator. Next day I went to check for updates but it had been removed. What's up with that?
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Re: Mandela Effect Horror: Collapse of music, Springsteen, John Denver, more
i thought carrol burrnet died years ago.....
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There were only about 800 Scopitones ever in the U.S. Most of them were put at bars and nightclubs as the subject of the videos was basically what would have been considered softcore porn at the time. This is why noone remembers them.
The machines cost $3500 at the time and they didn't catch on except for drunks wanting to ogle some tits and ass.

Tons of music videos were made as far back as the 40's. Mtv didn't invent them.

God damn, people, do a little research before claiming timeline shifts.

And stay away from YouTube.
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of course at 24 second mark of video , there is a spread leg crouch shot, in color HD

softcore porn HD color videos in 1965 , all righty then
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I never heard of these old jukeboxes. One thing I noticed is the dancers and singers all look fake, like some kind of computerized animations. They move very stiff and jerky. Also agree that the bikinis and stripper dance style is not early 60s! Ugh. Pretty creepy.
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the womens time and effort have been stolen a-temporally. they were doing something else, but when the preconditions were changed, they ended up in a

non Hayes code compliant porn in the 60s movie
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There were only about 800 Scopitones ever in the U.S. Most of them were put at bars and nightclubs as the subject of the videos was basically what would have been considered softcore porn at the time. This is why noone remembers them.
The machines cost $3500 at the time and they didn't catch on except for drunks wanting to ogle some tits and ass.

Tons of music videos were made as far back as the 40's. Mtv didn't invent them.

God damn, people, do a little research before claiming timeline shifts.

And stay away from YouTube.
 Quoting: Born_Again_Hard


the beatles, with their HELP black and white video, revolutionized music . there wasn't even a name for it , but they eventually called them PROMOS

ABBA then did a few in the 70s also

these were the 2 biggest acts in the world, only they could afford money losing, non monetizable videos

old 60s music

AGENT - you two guys might have a hit there, this week lets go to the record presser in town, bang out 10000 copies for 1500usd, before the song cools down in a few weeks- go tio all the local jukeboxes and radio stations and promote it, at 5cents a jukebox play, we get ..5 cents, and we might break even ! ready go

new 60s mandela history

AGENT- you guys might have a hit there, while the song is hot lets - next month schedule a studio in California, we'll shoot in expensive color film, on HD cameras that weren't invented, with a giant budget . then we'll put these complicated looped HD color film rolls in a machine that we don't own the rights to, of which only a few hundred exist, and charge 25cents which no one would pay, and we'll get it out in a few months when the song is no longer popular

absurd, you should be ashamed of yourself

let me guess, HBGARY software series 3, you are early 30s, and signed a 60 page NDA, mid atlantic U
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I just Googled Bruce Springstein, but was shocked myself to see "did you mean BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN?",...WTF, even looking at the seemingly altered spelling is bazaar.
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I have heard of the Springsteen flop, but not sure of it myself , cheers
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I don't understand what the OP is saying when he says that there were HD videos decades ago. I see no evidence for what the hell he's talking about, unless he doesn't know what HD is. Maybe Standard Definition NTSC looks super crisp to him because Soviet film and video was much worse, but what is he getting at claiming there were HD videos in the 1940s??
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SHAZAM - it Scopitone , videos in a machine before their time

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

check it out, the tech history of these fake video juke boxes, and their fake competitors changes every week
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I just saw this video recently and I was perplexed I had never seen it before. Moreover, that video NEVER would have been allowed on TV in the 60ís. At least not in MY timeline.

Great thread, OP.
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of course at 24 second mark of video , there is a spread leg crouch shot, in color HD

softcore porn HD color videos in 1965 , all righty then
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NEVER HAPPENED!

No way on earth would that p*ssy spread have happened on a music video back then.

Even Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones wasnít allowed to say the words ďLetís Spend the Night TogetherĒ on TV in 1967.

Hereís some history of the HIGHLY conservative censorship back then:

[link to www.billboard.com (secure)]
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There were only about 800 Scopitones ever in the U.S. Most of them were put at bars and nightclubs as the subject of the videos was basically what would have been considered softcore porn at the time. This is why noone remembers them.
The machines cost $3500 at the time and they didn't catch on except for drunks wanting to ogle some tits and ass.

Tons of music videos were made as far back as the 40's. Mtv didn't invent them.

God damn, people, do a little research before claiming timeline shifts.

And stay away from YouTube.
 Quoting: Born_Again_Hard


Yes, in THIS timeline perhaps.

In MY timeline, black-and-white TVs (color came later) started becoming popular in the 1950ís and they were very expensive. And where were these Scopitone tits-and-ass videos to be seen back then? In MY timeline, there was no such thing as a TV or video jukebox in a bar back then.
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Young snot nosed brats think this is nonsense.

Old farts KNOW these changes are real.
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Re: Mandela Effect Horror: Collapse of music, Springsteen, John Denver, more
The chorus on Outkast's Ms Jackson has changed, it used to say "I'm sorry ms Jackson, I am for real, never meant to make your momma cry I apologized a THOUSAND times", now it said "I apologized a trillion times". No way was it trillion. I wore that cd and song out in my early 20s, know that song like the back of my hand, was freaked out when I found out it now said trillion.
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"Mandela Effect" should be one of those magic words or phrases that produces an insta-ban.
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hesright


Just to eliminate a tiny bit of the stupidity that festers here everyday....
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Why come here and even read a thread like this let alone post if that is how you truly feel. This is a conspiracy site by nature and the Mandela effect is a major online topic that is conspiratorial by nature. If you dont like this get the fuck out of here and......stfu
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The chorus on Outkast's Ms Jackson has changed, it used to say "I'm sorry ms Jackson, I am for real, never meant to make your momma cry I apologized a THOUSAND times", now it said "I apologized a trillion times". No way was it trillion. I wore that cd and song out in my early 20s, know that song like the back of my hand, was freaked out when I found out it now said trillion.
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also the Kool and the Gang album

Light of the World
Light of the Worlds
Light of Worlds

song Summer Madness

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"Mandela Effect" should be one of those magic words or phrases that produces an insta-ban.
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hesright


Just to eliminate a tiny bit of the stupidity that festers here everyday....
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The Anomaly created the Effect
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this are shitty songs that nobody knows
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OP your post do seem to draw a larger than average amount of trolls, odd.
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What is a Mandela Effect Denier? [link to en.Wikipedia.org] fighter1
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It was always "soul " not skull...I know this cos I drew a picture of it when I was 16 or 17...
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It was always "soul " not skull...I know this cos I drew a picture of it when I was 16 or 17...
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knife edgy and dull - its a PHYSICAL thing

cut a six in valley in a SKULL - which is also a physical thing

cant cut a six inch valley in a soul

how did you draw a picture of a SOUL ??

I'm on fire
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good grief its hard to post a simple link

here is judge juudy , TWICE banging her (NONEXISTANT GAVEL) in a case

at 1.28 and 2.50 of video
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[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]


judge juudy gavel
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There were only about 800 Scopitones ever in the U.S. Most of them were put at bars and nightclubs as the subject of the videos was basically what would have been considered softcore porn at the time. This is why noone remembers them.
The machines cost $3500 at the time and they didn't catch on except for drunks wanting to ogle some tits and ass.

Tons of music videos were made as far back as the 40's. Mtv didn't invent them.

God damn, people, do a little research before claiming timeline shifts.

And stay away from YouTube.
 Quoting: Born_Again_Hard


Yes, in THIS timeline perhaps.

In MY timeline, black-and-white TVs (color came later) started becoming popular in the 1950ís and they were very expensive. And where were these Scopitone tits-and-ass videos to be seen back then? In MY timeline, there was no such thing as a TV or video jukebox in a bar back then.
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agreed pretty weird, i never heard about them
here the guy shows the whole machine working and the manual with all the details, awesome

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There were only about 800 Scopitones ever in the U.S. Most of them were put at bars and nightclubs as the subject of the videos was basically what would have been considered softcore porn at the time. This is why noone remembers them.
The machines cost $3500 at the time and they didn't catch on except for drunks wanting to ogle some tits and ass.

Tons of music videos were made as far back as the 40's. Mtv didn't invent them.

God damn, people, do a little research before claiming timeline shifts.

And stay away from YouTube.
 Quoting: Born_Again_Hard


Yes, in THIS timeline perhaps.

In MY timeline, black-and-white TVs (color came later) started becoming popular in the 1950ís and they were very expensive. And where were these Scopitone tits-and-ass videos to be seen back then? In MY timeline, there was no such thing as a TV or video jukebox in a bar back then.
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agreed pretty weird, i never heard about them
here the guy shows the whole machine working and the manual with all the details, awesome


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thanks for the link.

in the 60s , Lenny Bruce comedian was arrested multiple times, as were club owners, promoters, workers, agent etc - fir hi using words like SCHMUCK or COME.

the Rolling Stones were unable to sing - Lets Spend the night Together on Ed Sullivan

yet here are camel toe shots in HD color on the scopitones

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Well I'll be damned. I had to rewind to make sure she wasn't just slamming her hand down, but that is definitely the sound of a gavel.
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What does it really matter?
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What does it really matter?
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It's a pretty big deal if the fabric of our reality is being altered somehow.
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of course at 24 second mark of video , there is a spread leg crouch shot, in color HD

softcore porn HD color videos in 1965 , all righty then
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Ok, this might be a little off topic. Isn't this a gender flipped version of Roger Miller's "King of the Road"?

I almost expected her to sing "Queen of the Home" to match "road".
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Re: Mandela Effect Horror: Collapse of music, Springsteen, John Denver, more
As others have said = Bruce Springsteen had a RED BANDANA HANGING From his back pocket.
It was in his pocket, but hanging (not jammed/stuffed into his pocket, nor was it sticking up or sideways = HANGING)

It was the biggest album going when I graduated HS.

This is seriously FREAKING MIND BLOWING = Mandela Affect 100% PROOF

!!! ~~~~ WOW-WOW-WOW ~~~!!!!

Last Edited by FireSteel on 03/18/2018 07:03 AM