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The Mandela Effect
« on: October 20, 2016, 05:34:07 PM »
It was the Berenstein Bears that got me...  This is how I remember it being spelled.  I think A LOT of this is probably just simple re-branding or products.  However, when you cannot find any original brand/logo that you recall on the web...  just creepy.  Also, the tinnitus thing..  started having it a few years ago, but didn't really think much of it.

I also remember (used loosely) a documentary about how people form memories.  They took 15 people to a fabricated UFO crash site and had them recall what they witnessed.  They all seemed to recall differently.  So, is it CERN or the legalization of pot LOL?



Re: The Mandela Effect
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2016, 12:01:44 AM »
'Allo!!
With you occasionally yet am i.
using third old krappy lappie now i am.
Not listening to much but reading many other show transcriptions.
Pretty much cured of hearing 'Klo_Norry'[Tm./(C)]on the am dial,anyway.
Have done mucho pondering upon some discussions past about memory and its' flaws re social mileau,et.al.
What triggered my own qvestioning of the mental records about some trivial event was twofold realisations.
First clue was,remembering that,the quasi-folk song issued by an sucessful marketed "Protest"group,named after the Nazz's in-associates,their common first names,what an koinkky-dinky...
"P_P_M".
Allegedly"In-Offensive,Non-Political"single:
"The Great Mandala".
Years later,stories slash gossip said,song secretly commemmorateing the death of Nelson Mandela on Robbens'island,so had been issued after his death anounced officially,i assume.
Second was an really strange incident involveing an local neo-righty live call-in radio show during drive-time in Seattle,Wa.in the mid-eighties of the last century.
I was hearing folks with ham,cb,and business-band car & truck phones calling live to say ie.,describe that,whilst driveing the bridges over Lake Washington to-fro in the late afternoon twilight,many people saw what seemed like an crack in the bowl of the sky that allowed them to peer through to another reality,dimension,or what have you.
No one ever referred again to this after an couple days.
Seems it was covered by Mike Siegal,but i'm not sure,now.
Possibly,when he guest-hosted C2C for a night or more,he discussed it on his shows with callers during that hosting,as well as news coverage on his home station in the puget sound area.
I didn't make any notes about it at the time,which greatly i regret in hind-sight.
Possibly,some-where in C2C's bell archives there are calls or discussions of this.
"B_B"
PS:No Logo:
"[7VF]"




Re: The Mandela Effect
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2017, 10:53:03 PM »
This probably is the silliest Mandela Effect topic I've seen yet.

Apparently some poor soul is thinking Georgian Bay just popped up out of nowhere.  I'm down with some Berenstein vs Berenstain Bears confusion but Georgian Bay?



Re: The Mandela Effect
« Reply #3 on: March 25, 2017, 09:13:27 AM »
1st-birthday cake smashing.  I don't remember that having been a thing when I was little.  Then my Aunt Alice (but she was nuts) smashed her granddaughter's hand into her cake on her 1st birthday.  I was like, "Huh?!"  And Alice said, "Oh, like your mother didn't do that with you?"  I probably wouldn't've remembered that from when I was 1, though it wasn't in the movie of my party either, & I sure don't remember it with my little sister.  And now I see it all over the place, as if it was always the normal thing to do.

Re: The Mandela Effect
« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2017, 09:20:01 AM »
This probably is the silliest Mandela Effect topic I've seen yet.

Apparently some poor soul is thinking Georgian Bay just popped up out of nowhere.  I'm down with some Berenstein vs Berenstain Bears confusion but Georgian Bay?
Link's dead.  In some memories, was that dry land?  Or just unnamed?


Re: The Mandela Effect
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