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Topic # 90223 16-Sep-2011 19:25
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I just find this vedio on the net what do you guys think about it?




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  Reply # 522125 16-Sep-2011 19:51
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It's crap. 

Obama was born in the US.

End of story.  




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  Reply # 522139 16-Sep-2011 20:38
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What I think? There are a lot of crazy people around, and there are a lot of gullible people around.

Pick your side.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 522165 16-Sep-2011 21:51
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One of the flimsiest of the current conspiracies doing the rounds. Five minutes on google.com and you can find the conspiracy being shot to bits.

Alex Jones should never, under any circumstances, be considered an authority or expert on anything, ever. Infowars is less than reliable at the best of times too.




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  Reply # 522168 16-Sep-2011 21:58
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You can tell a lot about people by the sort of credence they give stuff like that.

You'll notice all of the 9/11 crackpots for example are usually homeless window washers.

Just sayin'




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  Reply # 522185 16-Sep-2011 22:55
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I didn't watch the video, but I'm guessing it's the one with the layering crap?

Go scan an image, save it as a PDF, then open it in Photoshop and have a look at the layers window.

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  Reply # 522200 16-Sep-2011 23:53
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Mooseboy: I didn't watch the video, but I'm guessing it's the one with the layering crap?

Go scan an image, save it as a PDF, then open it in Photoshop and have a look at the layers window.


It is like that because of the way the original was scanned in, and uyou use illustrator to break up the layers. It was possibily OCR software doing something to the scan too. The guy in the video was so over the top, I would think someone who wants to be an actor.

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  Reply # 522210 17-Sep-2011 00:49
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Oooookay.

I watched that ridiculous video.

Two things. It's been debunked. Look it up. You have a computer.

Secondly. I'm a graphic designer 13 years experience. I use those programs as well as similar ones. The theory is laugh-out-loud ridiculous.




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  Reply # 522217 17-Sep-2011 01:29
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Are there not more worthy conspiracies available for discussion? This one is done to death dead and gone.

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  Reply # 522222 17-Sep-2011 01:49
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Its BS and any fool that could even think its true should be on special medication

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