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Topic # 193643 18-Mar-2016 13:03
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So this is quite a good one. To me it looks like just as the woman in front moves in front of her and she turns and starts to walk off and that she is being shielded by the woman in front. Just one of those things where the split timing of everything happening and the camera angle makes it looks like she disappears , in any rate its pretty cool.

 





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  Reply # 1515606 18-Mar-2016 13:09
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She turns and walks along beside the lady with the trolley?


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  Reply # 1515608 18-Mar-2016 13:10
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Yes.  You can see her begin to turn before the lady in front passes.

 

You can also (just) spot the while on her jacket shoulder reappear behind the lady just as they both move off camera.


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  Reply # 1515642 18-Mar-2016 13:38
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I must be grumpy.  I have no idea how this is news (clickbait on Herald.co.nz)


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  Reply # 1515659 18-Mar-2016 13:57
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I have no idea how it's news either. She very clearly walks behind the other woman.

 

 




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  Reply # 1515664 18-Mar-2016 14:01
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I have no idea how it's news either. She very clearly walks behind the other woman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come on stuff have to scrape stuff up from somewhere they can't always be posting about the Bachelor or the Kardashians.





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  Reply # 1515665 18-Mar-2016 14:02
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sxz:

 

I must be grumpy.  I have no idea how this is news (clickbait on Herald.co.nz)

 

 

The Herald swore they would not go tabloid. (They've gone tabloid).

 

 





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  Reply # 1515677 18-Mar-2016 14:06
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Meanwhile real news in NZ south of the Bombay Hills goes unreported.

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  Reply # 1515706 18-Mar-2016 14:52
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  Reply # 1515717 18-Mar-2016 14:54
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There's 12 seconds of my life gone that I'll never get back.

 

 

 

 

No 25 seconds after posting about it. tongue-out





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  Reply # 1515718 18-Mar-2016 14:54
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Looks pretty obvious that she turns and walks out behind the woman in the foreground - she's just much better at it than Matt Damon. In the first Bourne movie, when he comes off the boat and that van goes past and he "disappears", you can clearly see him bent over and running beside the van as it drives off.


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mattwnz: Meanwhile real news in NZ south of the Bombay Hills goes unreported.

 

How is this any different to north of the Bombay Hills?  (as someone who lives north of  the Bombay Hills). :-)  

 

I see some muppets want to build a waterfront stadium in Auckland. They probably think that's a good idea because the media rarely mention climate change or sea level rise. 

 

It's not a good idea. But a lack of real news might have left them in the dark on that. 

 

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I haven't seen this on NZ Herald but I'm guessing the headline went something along the lines of "Woman disappears into thin air on live TV, how she did it will blow your mind"





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sxz:

 

I must be grumpy.  I have no idea how this is news (clickbait on Herald.co.nz)

 

 

The Herald swore they would not go tabloid. (They've gone tabloid).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did they mean tabloid journalism or tabloid as a paper size (as opposed to broadsheet)?





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  Reply # 1515890 18-Mar-2016 21:56
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sbiddle: She very clearly walks behind the other woman.

 

Ah now I see it


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Anyone found Wally yet?





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