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originally posted by: icyboy771z
Does anyone clearly remember the dash as I do?
This is one ME that creeps me out because i'm very certain on this one while the rest I may attribute it to faulty memory. I don't see any reason to drop the dash. Either we have slipped into a different time-line ( A very far fetched theory ) where Kit-Kat never existed
or the government / major companies are doing some kind of memory experiment by subtly changing the words/logos of products to see the response of the masses.
originally posted by: Chadwickus
a reply to: icyboy771z
So despite the fact that you've found absolutely no evidence of there ever being a dash, you still come to the conclusion that your memory is 100% correct and there is this massive, overly complicated theory about time line shifts and the like...
originally posted by: GoShredAK
I for one appreciate the thread.
I don't remember a dash at all, but the ME is interesting and ATS is a wonderful place to explore the theory.
I mean if Frankenstein became Frankenstain or Einstein became Einstain, you would also freak out.
People do remember things differently. There are several research studies that delve deep into false memories. However, we are discussing collective memory on large scales. There is definitely food for thought. Besides, it IS a fun topic. That alone is reason enough to explore it. Perhaps it's all a bunch of malarky, but maybe it isn't. The most impressive example is Tienamen Square. I know several people who watched the guy get run over by a tank, and it really impacted them. Yet, the official narrative says otherwise. Some see it as an extensive cover-up by the Chinese government. Some see it as evidence of the Mandella Effect. Some couldn't care any less. Still, what can cause such differing memories about such a huge event? I mean, Tienamen Square was MAJOR at the time.
originally posted by: SteamyJeans
I'm sorry I know it's off topic and not polite but please stop with the Mandela effect!! It's cool and fun but it's not real people just remember things differently.
Maybe I'm wrong by kit Katz and bears Don't prove it.