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Originally posted by curious7
Ok guys, I think I cracked it.
It's advertising for Comedy Central.
Note the red and white colours of the text? Comedy Central colours.
It's flashing up text like that basically to say "why go to the gym when you can exercise at home.....while watching Comedy Central?" or with the other text in the second thread on this "it's grey and cloudy outside, no point leaving the house if there's no sunshine to bask in so stay indoors and watch Comedy Central"
There we go. It's typical of them to do stuff that's eye grabbing and kinda funny. No conspiracy, no MK ULTRA trigger, not even Derren Brown. It's Comedy Central UK.
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In the 1985 film Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future and the first episode of the 1987 science fiction television show Max Headroom, blipverts were a new high-speed, concentrated, high-intensity television commercials lasting about three seconds. The term Blipvert was first coined by George Stone. Their purpose was to prevent channel-switching during standard-length commercials.
"Blipvert" is a portmanteau of the onomatopoeia blip, a brief sound, and advert, the British abbreviation for advertisement. In his in-the-field newscast, "The What I Want To Know Show", investigative reporter Edison Carter exposes his own network's decision to broadcast them even though they kill people.en.wikipedia.org...
Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
reply to post by MissTiger
Miss Tiger may have found a key date from the # 112....either 11 Feb or Nov 2....if it is a code of some sort.
Originally posted by johngtr
reply to post by MissTiger
he has emailed me what exactly should i ask him should i ask him to have a look at this thread ? Or just ask him where he got that message from ?