You can't fix stupid
You are wrong about this video not being stop motion animation - you can
clearly see that the video is stop motion - notice on the left side of the
house at certain frames - there is a plane light that appears - I will not
accept that it is some type of weird tower that has a light that just
happens to appear at the same time the lights on the house synch the same
While the story may be true about Mr Williams setting his lights to music,
the video is stop-motion animation. You can clearly see the same
artifacts on similar frames.
Shame on you for being hoodwinked.
Oops - I apologize - so I watched it with the idea that the side light is
some type of artifact, when it clearly does strobe on a regular timing.
It may be true.
I am wrong -
Hooray! They've started to correct themselves without outside intervention.
Comment: you need to put the dumb wourdes
Comment: Thats a lie...the blair witch project is 100% real....if you new
what fear really was then you would know that....why would they make a
film about something so stupid if it wasn't real...i saw the news reports
Comment: Look you pieces of snot. As to your bit on the flag, how do you
know that this is not the reason the flag is folded thirteen times.
Whoever designed the flag had to know that due to its length and the style
in which it is folded would make 13 folds. To me the folds do represent
such things, and your little piece stating that this is false seems a bit
too much anti-American if you ask me. I hope this is not true, but it
seems like it, so might I suggest editing what you have written.
Comment: You have an article about Free 411. Included in this article is a
link to a free 411 website. I tried to use this link to find a person's
phone number. After several attempts, I came to the conclusion that I will
NOT be given a phone number without payment.
In other words, free 411 is not free and you should update your article
which says free 411 works as stated.
Ta ra 'wan,
Ieuan "And that's the truth, phhhhttt!" ab Arthur
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Comment: THAT'S I lie!!!
Shows you how much you know about that ghost tracks
Even if Snopes did have a bad memory, umm, I don't think he'd be -
...oh it's just easier to say the OP is a real fruitcake. Snopes should definitely comment the fellow back with a simple, "Umm... thanks..."
Comment: your site is a fake out rip off all this is a load of crap
Comment: You have caused me great embarressment by conflicting valuations
of a threatened virus. When a friend of mine send me a message warning
about a virulent virus called "invitation", stating that he had checked
with Snopes as to its authenticity, I went to Snopes, typed in the word
"invitation" and received the same alleged authentic response that it was
indeed a virus. I then sent this to some 275 names in my address book. Not
feeling comfortable with this action,I went back to Snopes, this time
clicking on the icon "Computer" only to discover that this was a "warmed
over", old HOAX! Much to my chagrin, I immediately sent out a corrected
message, but it has left me with egg on my face.
How does such an error occur? I would certainly like an explination and an
assurance that it will not occur in the future.
The error occurred because you didn't bother to read the letters H.O.A.X. clearly positioned at the top of the screen.
Comment: No such thing as "Origines de la Langue Francoise."
The name of the language is Francais. (I don't know how to put on the
cedille or the accents.) Nevertheless, the tone of condescending
superiority is unwarranted in this article. If you can't correctly
reproduce source names, you have no business debunking. La langue
[Ed. note: See http://www.polybiblio.com/seydi/20027.html]
Comment: YOU WHITE PEOPLE ARE LITTERALY EXPLOTING WITH BULLSHIET. YOU GUYS
MIGHT THINK "WE SOUND WISE WHEN WE SPEAK" BUT YOU ARE PRETTY MUCH BIG
IGNORANTS WITH NO SENSE IN THE REAL WORLD....
And I'm not white, I'm appricot.*
*Courtesy of my nephew.
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