***UPDATE #2*** Feb 5th, 2017
Big thanks to the reddit group who are pioneer’s of the aftermath.
Also looking into quantum jumping.
Also the James Bond movie, Moonraker, that young blonde girl with pigtail braids she reminded you in a weird way about “Jaws” ?
Great but NOW – there is no such scene because blonde girl, Dolly – no longer wears braces in the movie at all…
“It’s not just me who is blown away by this. I asked Roberta Lipp, author of The Ultimate James Bond Fan Book. She too was flabbergasted by the “disappearance” of the braces.
It makes no sense for the braces to be gone, both visually from memory and as movie plot device the braces are the reason the beauty bonds with the beast, it makes sense organically to the plot and it’s a visual gag to boot. I know this is not a confabulation in my head and several other people have backed me on it.” (SOURCE)
Added more pictures of the effects – if anyone has any stories or other content they discover please email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE MANDELA EFFECT IS REAL
What is the Mandela effect?
Basically it works like this – if you remember something a certain way, and are confident with the way you remember it, but when you check now – it is different. Altered timeline? Digital hacking? Is this a cover up on a government level? I try to be reasonable and explain things logically – a different timeline doesn’t sound that scientific does it??
When I was a child my dad owned a video store in the late 80’s and through the 90’s. I saw all sorts of weird, odd, one off movies. One of them was called Shazaam. I saw the movie, it was real. Now what happened was after a few years this other movie came out with Shaq called Kazaam. Same idea almost, but the movie I saw had two kids – boy and girl.
The Shaq movie only had 1 kid and it was a boy. Now being younger – there was no google or DVDs – and I think I misplaced the VHS because I never saw it again. Forgot all about it. Then last year – I saw other people bring it up on Reddit. I was SHOCKED – because I SAW THE MOVIE!
Then in December some fans asked Sinbad on twitter – and he DENIES ever making the movie. How is this even possible? At first I thought the movie sucked so bad he wanted to get rid of it. He had enough money to buy all the VHS copies and pay off google and whoever to remove any / all digital content. That was the first guess. And then all of a sudden I see the Ford logo altered, also not to mention Mandela himself died in prison in the 80’s. But in our timeline he lived till 95, became president, and died in 2013. Random fact, thenumber28 came online in 2013.
Also everything they mention on Mandela I remember – it was Berenstein Bears. It was Chic-Fil-A – I remember that Pikachu had a freaken black stripe! Google autocorrects me like I AM WRONG, but no – I am not – it was altered!?
The idea is if something was changed in the past – it created a ripple effect, changing things SLIGHTLY – but this didn’t alter our memories or minds.
When I asked my dad about this – he called it ridiculous and could care less. But – still – where is that Kazaam movie that I saw??
Seems to me there are two realities that merged. If you remember the old way, your from reality B. Anyone who doesn’t remember any differences at all are from reality A.
More pics and info on this – I also believe that because I really did see Sinbad’s movie – that somehow the number28 itself was drawn to the altered timeline.
I understand it’s hard to trust the human mind – slight changes might just be damaged memories. However I am convinced that there is more to this story, and so do thousands of others who are around the same age as me.
The above pic is the idea that the car Kennedy drove in was smaller then it really was. So the person who really assassinated JFK was Jackie Kennedy? Uhh… plz god no?
To me – it may have been a better timeline. We altered something to save humanity from some major disaster.
And so this is A GOOD THING – but still not sure how or when this happened.
And I still doubt it as there must be a logical explanation for a movie vanishing out of thin air?!?! Why that movie? Was it because he was a Genie?
Playing MMORPG’s over the years has made me friends and racked up skills to become a real pro. At least this is what I thought at first. After playing for years in virtual worlds it became clear sometimes an actual challenge doesn’t need to have lots of time invested in it to be worth it’s weight in entertainment.
I beat Witcher 3 but it has no major multiplayer component. Dark Souls 3 is as frustrating and clunky as ever. I have both games just no vast challenge – I plan to install the new Witcher3 DLC with the vampires.
Current rankings of MMORPG population – thanks Scoobersss!
SUPER POPULATED(The its dying but holy crap its still healthy tier)
-World of Warcraft
LARGE POPULATION(The its not WoW but there are still a ton of players tier)
-Final Fantasy XIV
-Guild Wars 2
-Lineage 2(I have been told that a ton of people still play this is Asian countries)
-Dungeon Fighter Online
HEALTHY POPULATION(Not booming but plenty of people are playing)
-Elder Scrolls Online
-Star Wars:The Old Republic
DECENT POPULATION(Not thriving, but there are enough players to keep the game from feeling dead)
-Echo of Soul
-Age of Wushu
-DC Universe Online
LIFE SUPPORT(A few people still play, but these games are barely alive)
-Age of Conan
-Lord of the Rings Online
NEW/UPCOMING GAMES THAT ARE HARD TO PLACE
-Blade and Soul(see this being quite popular)
-Black Desert(seems to get fair hype)
-Devilian(I know very little about this one)
-Albion(Appears to have been overhyped)
After seeing this long list, it boggles the mind of how many people are in virtual worlds – and the numbers are staggering!
Currently I am playing Heroes of the Storm on a regular basis, and very much enjoy it!
If you like DOTA2 or Starcraft multiplayer strategy – then you must jump in and play, it’s free and each time you play you win gold to buy more characters, skins, and mounts.
Worth a glance if you work hard, but play harder.
CHECK IT OUT!
I loved who framed roger rabbit, and Bob has now passed.
He will be missed, another great loss.
Bob Hoskins, the pugnacious British actor known for playing gangsters, tough guys and working-class gentlemen in such films as “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “The Long Good Friday” and “Mermaids,” has died, publicist Clair Dobbs said Wednesday.
Hoskins was 71.
His passing comes nearly two years after he retired from acting following a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.
Hoskins was perhaps best known for 1988’s live-action and animation hybrid “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” In the comedy, he played detective Eddie Valiant, who hates “toons” — cartoon figures who live in a separate showbiz world bordering Valiant’s 1940s Los Angeles — and takes up the task of proving the innocence of the cartoon title character, accused of murder. The film was the second-highest grossing movie of 1988, after “Rain Man.”
He followed the turn with performances in a variety of films, including 1991’s “Hook” in which he played Smee, the pirate assistant of Captain Hook; 1995’s “Nixon” as FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover; and 2001’s “Last Orders” as the gambler friend of protagonist Michael Caine, whose pals gather to spread his ashes after his death.
Hoskins was nominated for an Oscar for 1986’s “Mona Lisa” as a cabdriver who establishes a relationship with a high-priced call girl. Caine was also in the film. Hoskins won both a BAFTA and Golden Globe for his performance.
Robert Hoskins was born on October 26, 1942, in Bury St. Edmunds, England, the only child of a bookkeeper and a cook. He dropped out of school at 15 and took jobs as a truck driver and window cleaner, among others, before falling into acting by accident: A friend was auditioning for a part and Hoskins, who was waiting nearby, was asked to try out. A natural, he got the role.
“I fit into this business like a sore foot into a soft shoe,” he told the UK paper The Telegraph in 2009.
In Britain, he gained fame for his performance as a Depression-era song-plugger in Dennis Potter’s miniseries “Pennies From Heaven,” later turned into a 1980 movie starring Steve Martin.
Though he had a handful of recognizable roles in films after “Pennies” — including 1980’s “The Long Good Friday,” 1982’s “Pink Floyd the Wall” and 1985’s “Brazil” (in which he played a gleefully malevolent repairman), it wasn’t until “Roger Rabbit” that he broke through to mainstream American audiences.
That film drove him a bit nuts, he told The Telegraph.
“I think I went a bit mad while working on that. Lost my mind. The voice of the rabbit was there just behind the camera all the time,” he recalled. “The trouble was, I had learnt how to hallucinate. My daughter had an invisible friend called Jeffrey and I played with her and this invisible friend until one day I actually saw the friend.”
It was his daughter, however, who set him straight.
“My daughter, when I came back from filming in San Francisco, she said ‘Dad, slow down, slow down. You’re going barmy, mate.’ And I was.”
Always a steady and straightforward worker — no “Method acting” for Hoskins — he appeared in at least one production every year from 1972 until his retirement in 2012.
“There’s two things I love about this business. One’s acting and the other one’s getting paid for it,” he told the UK paper The Guardian in 2007. “The rest of it is a mystery to me.”
In one of his last roles, he played the elf Muir in 2012’s “Snow White and the Huntsman.” In the 2011 TV miniseries and Peter Pan prequel “Neverland,” he played Smee — a character he had portrayed in “Hook.”
But true to his working-class roots — The Telegraph described his natural voice as “cockney as jellied eels” — he hated to put on airs.
“I met a little old fella in Regent’s Park when I was walking a character around. He said, ‘You are who you are, ain’t you?’ and I said, ‘Yeah, I am who I am.’ And he said, ‘That’s good. I grow roses,’ ” Hoskins recalled. “And we sat talking about roses all afternoon. It was wonderful.”
Hoskins is survived by his wife, Linda Banwell, and four children.
He teaches logic and ethics in all their branches, the virtues of all herbs and precious stones, can make a man witty, eloquent, invisible (invincible according to some authors), and live long, and can discover treasures and recover lost things.
He is depicted as a strong man.
The Thirty-first Spirit is Foras. He is a Mighty President, and appeareth in the Form of a Strong Man in Human Shape. He can give the understanding to Men how they may know the Virtues of all Herbs and Precious Stones.
He teaches the Arts of Logic and Ethics in all their parts. If desired he maketh men invisible, and to live long, and to be eloquent. He can discover Treasures and recover things Lost. He ruleth over 29 Legions of Spirits, and his Seal is this, which wear thou, etc.
— S. L. MacGregor Mathers (1904)
Whoa? WOW! This totally blew my mind!
I do believe in good vs evil – this is scary!
We might do a post on who this S. L. MacGregor Mathers is!
BTW – I am taking another cisco class – so I will have time to upload what we are doing in class! Yay!
Come back for Cisco stuff and just good ol’ team 28 news!
We just love all things Back to the Future!
I grew up in the 80’s
, and I kinda miss this kind of good sci adventure with Steven Spielberg style movie.
Hope you all had a great holiday in 2013. This year we have tons of exciting technology coming out of Las Vegas at CES. This website is built around my home in Las Vegas area however we couldn’t get tickets! Next year we will tho!
I would go visit Comdex every year until it closed. We went from 1996 till around 2001, those were the days!
Apparently Christopher Lloyd is at CES for Gibson Guitars, and is celebrating their 120th year birthday. That new Rocksmith game looks promising if I wanted to learn to play one.
Keep rocking Doc into this new year!
LAS VEGAS, U.S.— Even though it’s been almost 30 years since the first Back to the Future movie was screened in cinemas, there are obviously still many fans out there, judging by the huge turnout at the Gibson booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today.Christopher Lloyd, who is more popularly known as Doc Brown in the film, made a guest appearance at CES as part of the guitar maker’s 120th anniversary.
Dressed in a white lab coat (as his character did in the movie), Lloyd seems to be in a jovial mood and sportingly posed for pictures and even tried on the Google Glass. He joined the host on stage talking about the various iconic guitars from Gibson over the years. He also revealed that he will be appearing in an upcoming episode of the Michael J. Fox Show TV series, where he will re-unite with his Back to the Future co-star onscreen.
(All Picture Credit: Reuben Lee/CNET)
SOURCE – We also want to thank Reuben Lee at CNET for taking the great pics – thanks Reuben!
Akhenaten – meaning “Effective for Aten” known before the fifth year of his reign as Amenhotep IV, was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt who ruled for 17 years. Died perhaps in 1336 BC or 1334 BC.
An early inscription likens the Aten to the sun as compared to stars, and later official language avoids calling the Aten a god, giving the solar deity a status above mere gods.
Akhenaten tried to bring about a departure from traditional religion, yet in the end it would not be accepted.
After his death, traditional religious practice was gradually restored, and when some dozen years later rulers without clear rights of succession from the Eighteenth Dynasty founded a new dynasty, they discredited Akhenaten and his immediate successors, referring to Akhenaten himself as “the enemy” in archival records.
His son is known as King Tut (Tutankhamun).
One of my favorite subjects!
So I have ordered a new motherboard – should be in FedEX tomorrow –
very excited that I will be building a new computer!
My subnetting is really strong – I can do that very well – and I am almost finished with these massive text books.
I can take the test now and pass – but I want to make sure I have taken ALL the knowledge I can…
School has been a tad stressed – but more so with my family.
Tomorrow I have to see my counselor in the morning – she is really great – going to ask how her vacation went.
This site needs some love – and also it is still getting transfered – I just have been studying so been trying to find time for everything.
Thank you all who support me – and I just want to say – we are all gods children – remember that!
I will post some new pics later – been taking a bunch –
Server is being moved later this week – I will be buying BANDWIDTH – figure why not?
Will be learning that – been looking into Windows 2012 server install
– that is something I want to do.
Anyone try Debian? This little OS is real fast for old machines and labtops – don’t throw em away until you put Debian on the machine!
Will be updating through the day – right now just reading this huge 885 page book – RAAAAR !
Halloween Fast Approaches!
Already Oct.22nd is here!
Getting ready for some candy hunting??