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Well, I'm starting to believe they were right.
Been wondering and questioning a lot the last to months.
Is everything really true what I've been told all my life.??
I'm not so sure anymore about that.
And then, this one came along



Some may say "I knew this all along!" and others might be shocked. I'm somewhere in between those two.
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This is the most watched TV show on earth.
Looks like a New Year special we have here. But this one is 5.5 Hours long instead of 1 :-O
Hope it's good. If it's the most watched, thats a long haul. ;)
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People say that life changes at the age of 40.
Well, I'm starting to believe they were right.
Been wondering and questioning a lot the last to months.
Is everything really true what I've been told all my life.??
I'm not so sure anymore about that.
And then, this one came along
Some may say "I knew this all along!" and others might be shocked. I'm somewhere in between those two.
Finally watched this this weekend... not a big surprise. But I have the question.. Why? Just becasue its easier/cheaper to fake, sure. Not to lose face to another country.. yeah maybe... But where the money going then? Dunno why it's still in argument when Kubrick himself said its fake in a video interview. Only thing left... maybe it's not Kubrick ?

Anyways, other videos even have some interesting evidence that Mars and Space Station "broadcasts" are fake. If this is the case, I'm just more curious. Makes you think X-Files style ;) "The truth is out there!", and from another movie ... "You can't handle the truth!" ;)

Strange that I just learned this last week but Kubrick died in 1999 so the interview was prior. Guess this was eclipse by the Millenium panic.
Must have been fun times at the Conspiracy Party that year.

Oh, and I haven't check it out yet but heard on the "fake news" (like a certain president would say) that Earth could go bye-bye in 2131 for some reason.
Since I survived maybe five or six Ends-of-the-world in my lifeteime (I think latest was an invisible planet called Nibiru smashing the earth last september), so I guess I'll put this in the "meh!" category.

Cheers, or maybe I should say... Don't worry, be happy!  :)
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