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Same portraits shown multiple times in 60 Minutes tribute?

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posted on May, 31 2004 @ 10:30 AM
That's an interesting observation and I think an email or letter to 60 minutes to clarify your suspicion is in order. I didn't see the show, but if there was a duplicate I'm sure there will be a good explanation. I was thinking maybe they didn't get all 800 pictures or some such thing. I wonder if we could get a total count of faces that went by.

Originally posted by Seth Bullock
And by the way, unless this guy is really your dad, I find the use of the word "son" to be fairly rude and completely unnecessary.

That's Mr. Gmcnulty's MO as he tried the same one on me in this I just replied him as grampa & he called the mod squad on me. While he my be an old codger set in his ways, let's not run the guy off as his opinion is as valid as anyone elses or not.

[Edited on 31-5-2004 by outsider]

posted on May, 31 2004 @ 12:33 PM
He posted this and called you son!


In reply..............

you're too combative for me, son.

It's hard to talk with someone who's mind's made up and doesn't listen, would you not agree?


He's got some hell of an nerve not to pick and fight you. The nerve.

T all did end well. Didn't? You agreed, "It's hard to talk with someone who's mind's made up and doesn't listen, would you not agree?', sorta backed into it, but agreed.

Smile (fill in an endearment of your choosing). God love ya!

posted on May, 31 2004 @ 12:40 PM
Honestly I read your retort several times and I am still left scratching my head. Maybe it was the dashes or the lack of quotes, but I dont understand what your point was. Are you trolling for a flame?

posted on May, 31 2004 @ 12:47 PM
Two topics going on here:

60 Minutes has a clever system of covering topics and has been successful for them for many years. For one thing, after they interview someone, the interviewer's questions are cut out, then reshot, showing the interviewer asking another question. When the person's cut is put back in, he or she is giving an answer to the original question, not the question shown on-air and not necessarily in the same order - thereby twisting the story a bit.

As for the"Armageddon is near" remarks, go to this link:

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