posted on May, 9 2018 @ 03:36 AM
originally posted by: galadofwarthethird
a reply to: Finspiracy
Ah there is a difference between the Rock catchphrase. And Mandela, for one. Well one is about words somebody may or may have not said in literally
thousands of shows and plays. The other is if one particular person is alive or dead at a certain time. No two bits about it. Not even about what he
said. Just was he alive or dead in "insert time and place, ie date"
Yep you are right. I have almost completely shook this ME thing off from my head. Weirdest things were "Sex in the city" turning into "Sex and the
city" This woman i used to live with loved the show, i had to change the room every time because i disliked everything about it, the opening theme,
the mentality of the women, everything. Strong emotional mark in the memory.
Another nasty one was Queen song "We are the champions" now missing "of the woooooorld" from the end. It is the ending song of ice hockey world
championships final, which Finland has won twice, in 1995 and 2011. Strong emotional mark in the memory.
And one i need to mention is the Sun turning from yellow into white.
With that being said, the changes seem to be related to pop culture mostly. What i am trying to say, is that a song lyric does not affect my life that
much. I don't really care if the sun was blue as long as the photosynthesis is working. If, one morning, i wake up left handed, my mom is a
completely different person and my social security number has changed, then i promise i will freak out again. But now it has been good.