posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 06:12 PM
a reply to: eManym
a reply to: abago71
To give an example of how you're sure it's Lynyrd
and I'm sure it's Lynard
... (to wit; I'm a musician too, and just wen't to their
There is a Mandela Effect where the "Effected" said the line in the movie Apollo 13 was "Houston we have a problem
", but it'd changed to
"Ahh Houston, we've had a problem
." There's even websites for famous misquotes of movies and that's one of them.
When I heard it was an ME (and remembering "we have a problem"), I watched the clip from the movie - it said "we've had a problem
" clear as
Then it switched back.
Now if you listen to the clip he says "we have a problem
" again. The websites saying "we have a problem
" as a misquote are wrong
- and the ME video's are still there saying it had said "we've had".
I'm positive you and your friends (and others) label this as a common misspelling of a band name - just like there's websites saying the Apollo 13
movie is misquoted. Does that make sense?
Somehow reality is switching around or flip-flopping.