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Possible Mandela Effect

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posted on Jul, 7 2016 @ 07:46 PM
a reply to: TigStar82
Hence my words "at least for me." This is the basis for the whole idea - some remember one way and others differently.

I have no idea as to what TPTB are doing.

posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 04:22 AM

originally posted by: donktheclown
a reply to: TigStar82
Hence my words "at least for me." This is the basis for the whole idea - some remember one way and others differently.

I have no idea as to what TPTB are doing.

That's the problem with this whole mandela thing, it relies on human memory and I for one can admit to having a terrible memory, we usually remember important things in high detail but when it comes to little details like a line from a song/movie its easy to forget how the real original version went especially if you hear it misquoted by others. Its like singing a song and realising months later you've heard the a word wrong all that time and been singing it wrong, done that plenty of times lol

good explanation of it here:

I first started using the internet at about 14-15 years old, first at school and later at home around 18 years old, I'm 34 now. I remember waaaaaayy back then that half of these so called mandela effect misquotes were on the web on pages entitled top 10 misquotes of all time or names to that effect, these included most of the movie quotes we see today as "mandela effect" and all of the misquoted bible passages. (any old folks back me up on this? lol)

On a side note verging away from misquoted passages should not be used as evidence of the mandela effect as the book itself comes in so many versions and has been changed over and over again to meet the expectations of whoever's in charge at the time so yes these quotes probably are different to how we remember

Anyway, back to songs and movies.... does anyone know where I can find old archives of webpages, google isn't very helpful today lol
I did find this from 2009 it seems to be a favourite of youtube mandela video posters saying its changed recently but I know theres the same story from an earlier date then this I just need to find it

Luke, I am not your father, who told you I said that?
Tuesday, 12 May, 2009
The words “Luke, I am your father” are familiar to millions of fans of the George Lucas films. They are widely believed to have been uttered by Darth Vader when he confronts Luke Skywalker in the Empire Strikes Back – but in fact they do not feature in the film.

Vadar’s line is in fact “No. I am your father.”

And just found the lyrics to we are the champions from 2001:
and here 2001:
and here 2007:

posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 10:50 AM
Again, the radio-edit of this song has always ended...

No time for losers
'Cause we are the champions.

This can easily be checked/verified on the various lyric sites and YouTube.

posted on Jul, 9 2016 @ 04:01 PM
a reply to: fromtheskydown

This can easily be checked/verified on the various lyric sites and YouTube.

Yes, but the reality where a lot of us came from, had different lyrics .

posted on Jul, 9 2016 @ 08:16 PM
a reply to: donktheclown

oh dear - which " reality " would that be ????????????????

the reality of the 1977 album track - or the "A"side single ?

how about the slew of cover versions :

We Are The Champions
Acts United (Queen Dance Traxx 1)
Ajax Football Club
Allegro Milano (European Masters: Killer Queen)
Allez Les Bleus
Alvik Basket
Amsterdam Arena
Bad Plus
Bläck Fööss
Cale Copf Company
Chant Masters (Gregorian Queen)
Crazy Frog
Dame Dash Presents - Alvik Basket - We Are The Champions
Gavin Degraw (Killer Queen Tribute)
Die Original Deutschmacher (Die Nullnummer)
Edgar Cruz
Eiskalte Gäste
Greenday (Bullet In A Bible bonus DVD???need confirmation)
Her (The Red Album - A Mancunian Fantasy)
Jay Z
Just Blaze
William Hung
Robby Krieger/Paul Shortino
La Union (Tributo A Queen)
Lil Wayne
Salute To Queen (Salute To Queen)
Stephen Lloyd (Accolade A Guitar Tribute To Queen)
May Queen
Dame Dash feat Beans, Camron
Hank Marvin (Into the Light)
Naked Lunch (Queen Of Rock - An Electronic Tribute To Queen)
Newfound Glory
Lil Wayne
Jed Parrish (Loser’s Lounge Tribute To Queen)
Nuclear Fish
Florent Pagny & David Hallyday
Paul Mauriat
Jed Parrish (Loser’s Lounge Tribute To Queen)
Pop Made In Austria
Profilax - Noi Siamo Stronzi [Italian version of 'We Are The Champions']
Max Raabe & Das Palastorcheste
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO plays Queen Classic)
Frank Sidebottom
Studio 99 (Queen A Tribute)
Tim Fischer
Andrew White and FC Bayern Munich
Robbie Williams (A Knight's Tale OST)

^ not a complete list - just the ones known to a website editor


or how about the queen live shows - many of which have modified lyrics ??????????????

your notion of " reality " is a farce - if i came from another " reality " and all i got was a different end line of a song - i would be singuarly unimpressed

posted on Jul, 10 2016 @ 10:00 AM
a reply to: ignorant_ape

oh dear - which " reality " would that be ????????????????

I have no idea. That's the problem.

posted on Jul, 10 2016 @ 10:03 AM
what about non-entertainment examples ? sports scores ? weather events ? I've seen the map examples, they are less then convincing

if someone remembers the jets drafting dan marino, let me know

posted on Jul, 11 2016 @ 04:23 AM
a reply to: donktheclown

queen " we are the champions "

album release 1977 on the ` news of the world ` album

and as a "A" side single [ same year ]

ends .......................

" we are the champions "

no fast forward to 1986

and the " live magic " compilation alwum

skip to 00:45.00 to get the pertinant track

this version [ recored at knebworth ] ends ........................

" of the world "

that is just queens own variants of the song - ignoring all other takes on it

so - where exactly is your alledged " mandela effect " ?????????????????????

welcome to reality - people miss=remember a song from 40 years ago with multiple versions

and concoct thier fantasy " mandela effect "

i realise that some people will not accept this - because once they admit that one alledged " mandela effect " claim is flawed - then the rest are questionable too

but hey - reality bites

posted on Jul, 11 2016 @ 10:26 AM
This was an easy one to figure out. We figured it out like last week. There are different versions of the song.

Unlike the Mr Rodgers song, where to me it is wrong as all hell.

Side note. I have yet to find a version of "It's a beautiful day in THE neighborhood"..

But, in the new incarnation of Daniel Tigers Neighborhood, the song does say THE, not THIS.

I didn't grow up watching that series. So I know I didn't learn that version from Daniel Tiger.

I think the person who re wrote the song for Daniel Tiger, also thought it said "The".
edit on 11-7-2016 by galaga because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 13 2016 @ 10:54 PM
a reply to: ignorant_ape

reality bites

I have no investment in the mandela effect and this isn't my post. I have no idea as to whether I am right or wrong, nor do you. I have never heard, nor recall hearing that song sang without the ending, "of the world."

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