posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 11:37 AM
Originally posted by azulejo
reply to post by Merriman Weir
You are obviously not English.
Really? That's interesting as the conspiracy gets bigger. It says on my birth certificate that I was born in St Mary's hospital in Manchester
(that's in England) in 1968. Now, as you've explained to me that my birth certificate is fake, I'm wondering which intelligence agency has faked my
birth and childhood and which politician I will be made to kill once I'm 'activated' and awakened from my 'sleeper' state.
Those are the typical taxi cabs from London. Typical kind of car used in the UK for a taxi but the black one being from London....
Now this is where it gets really weird and pieces are falling into place, even if I can't see the bigger picture. My problem is, I remember seeing
black cabs everywhere. In fact, I was sure I was in a queue for one earlier this afternoon and then thought better of it and walked because of the
rare sunshine. I say 'rare sunshine' as this wasn't in London, but in a town just outside Manchester. The 'not being in London' bit is important
here, and yet, all my life I've had memories of getting black cabs to gigs, clubs and pubs with friends. Now I know these memories aren't real
because, as you've explained, these black cabs are "from London" and "typical kind of car used in the UK for a taxi". Are you telling me I'm
MY GOOODNESS SERIOUSLY!!!!!!
Are you English? The reason I ask is if you're in anyway familiar with English 'popular culture' you might have heard of the BBC's flagship early
evening programme: EastEnders. Now, if you've watched EastEnders more than a few times, you'd have appreciated that there's a high-turn over of
characters. A lot of these characters leave, often several times, because if new people came to EastEnders and never left it would be weird and soon
resemble a concentration camp or a Dickensian slum with 60 people to a house. Now, to stop this being a problem for the writers, they create
story-lines where actor/characters leave dramatically, often in tears or with anguish etched across their over-paid faces. Very often, this in a black
cab. So often in fact, it's been mentioned many times by viewers and even actors.
"bEastEnders leave taxi black
" throws up some interesting results.
Including an ex-EastEnders actress who was relieved to have a 'leaving story-line' that didn't use a black cab:
"Well it was interesting on the boat. Well... it was better than leaving in a black cab
Maybe my 'fake memories' include more files on English popular culture than yours, I don't know.
I just wish I knew my real name and my real parents.