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Originally posted by MischeviousElf
And nearly an entire audience forget the entire film they just watched!
Wake up ALL of you , you ARE hypnotised.
Just a Picture?
Makes your face look nice does it?
Did you have longish hair as most as a child and you were "cute" older women liked it?
Originally posted by FritosBBQTwist
I will not bother finding the think, but if I can recall, I remember reading that Oprah and the president (don't know if anyone else attended) had a dinner together?
Just seems a bit weird...I wonder if she funded his campaign at all?
So what does this say? Is it nothing? Or is it something?
Originally posted by Grimnal
both heavily involved in prince hall masonry as mutch as females can ms obammas hands are in a type of pose used in the last position in a initiation ceromonie oprahs hands are in in a type of compas or pyrramid possition surjesting a cristian type of position to sell it this is quite cleaver and heavily thought threw intwersting ow and if you looked at obbamas campagne all the stars in those adds were in some way related to masonry
Originally posted by nixie_nox
I think Oprah has Michelle on because Michelle is in the age group of a lot of Oprah's followers. The mother group. I think it has been a long time since young parents have been in the white house, it is just interesting to people.
And people watching Michelle is nothing different then people watching any of the first ladies,what they wear, what they like to eat,what they think about child rearing.
There is an exhibit in the Smithsonian of first ladies dresses, and they go back in time quite a bit.
The Obamas are controversial figures, like many politicians, and because they are unique it has upped the ante. But I really don't think it is anything extradorinary. They are different and they get people's curiosity. But curiosity isn't worship, as much as some would like to think.
When a family takes the white house that is not the norm, people want to know how it is working out.
I like Michelle. I think she is down to earth and has made it clear her family comes first. I like her spunk. I think she is refreshing.
But I have liked all the first ladies. I like Mrs. Bush II. I think she is sweet and quite and nice. I liked Mrs. Bush I. I thought when she went sled riding with her grandkids, that was the coolest grandma thing ever.
In fact, a lot of people like the first ladies more then the president.
If people were not interested in what they thought, there wouldn't be a china room, how they decorated, etc. People like experiments, and the white house is the ultimate experiment, how does on handle such living arrangements? How do you handle a young family under such extreme conditions?
Me, I think if it were me, the whole place would have to placed in storage in bubble wrap, since my child is a hurricane. And all the antique furniure would have to be removed and placed with plastic.
People wouldn't flock to the whitehouse to see how it is decorated.
And people wonder to themselves how they would handle such living arrangements?
I went to see the national christmas tree like I usually do, and even with the bush admin. being on the unpopular side, there was still a line wrapping around the property to see the white house xmas decorations. People just like to know and there is nothing wrong with that.
Originally posted by MischeviousElf
To everyone who keep saying
Please refer this this post 12 Accepted Psychological Experiments that prove it does matter
And as they are all accepted and linked from scholarly articles except for the Derren brown videos, which though is proof, please could you explain how saying "there is no proof" disproves the entire experimental evidence shown there.
Please could you show similar experiments and proven responses by people to this that contradicts the information I posted?
Please then all take up Harvard Professorships of psychology .