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Draconian Guppy

Just stumbled upon this:

 

http://www.thebeatlesneverexisted.com/

 

Some weird things like teeth angles upwards and then downwards and then upwards again,  attached and unattached earlobs.  Fun to browse at the very least.

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NinjaGinger

And the Earth is Flat, no question its as true as this.

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Draconian Guppy
16 minutes ago, NinjaGinger said:

And the Earth is Flat, no question its as true as this.

Well if that is what you chose to believe ok! :)

 

On subject, some photos, show, that they clearly used stand ins for some events.

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+devHead
14 minutes ago, Draconian Guppy said:

Well if that is what you chose to believe ok! :)

 

On subject, some photos, show, that they clearly used stand ins for some events.

So, DG, do you have some kind of quota for number of commas you have to use in a single day?  

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LaP
1 hour ago, NinjaGinger said:

And the Earth is Flat, no question its as true as this.

nah the earth is a lemon. It literally is a lemon.

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+RNDM_STRNGR
1 hour ago, devHead said:

So, DG, do you have some kind of quota for number of commas you have to use in a single day?  

LOL

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Draconian Guppy
On 2017-5-19 at 3:24 PM, devHead said:

So, DG, do you have some kind of quota for number of commas you have to use in a single day?  

Sorry for the late reply, but you know, sometimes, coffee, just gets to you. :p 

 

On 2017-5-19 at 4:18 PM, LaP said:

nah the earth is a lemon. It literally is a lemon.

We shall call you the "lemoners" :p 

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oldtimefighter

I couldn't spend more than 30 seconds on the site. #facepalm No one really believes what the are selling right? It's like they never heard of aging and plastic surgery. LOL

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Draconian Guppy
8 minutes ago, oldtimefighter said:

I couldn't spend more than 30 seconds on the site. #facepalm No one really believes what the are selling right? It's like they never heard of aging and plastic surgery. LOL

 

6 minutes ago, Nick H. said:

Makes sense. After all, they've obviously been using a stand-in for Paul for all this time... :rolleyes:

Like you both, I take it with a high dose of skepticism. I did take my time to go between the photos.

 

The unattached earlobes and crooked teeth in between the years, Like  young lennon attached earlobes,  1963 unattached 1964 attached.

 

Like I said, using stand ins, is not unheard of, those photos are evidence that the beatles used them! Take the site for what it is, not for all the craziness !

 

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LaP
2 hours ago, oldtimefighter said:

I couldn't spend more than 30 seconds on the site. #facepalm No one really believes what the are selling right? It's like they never heard of aging and plastic surgery. LOL

Wait did you actually open the link?

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+John.
2 hours ago, Nick H. said:

Makes sense. After all, they've obviously been using a stand-in for Paul for all this time... :rolleyes:

haha...if they really did replace Paul, he's had a much better career than the original one!

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NJ Louch

The think with the lobes - two facts:

 

1) Some people have attached lobes one side and drop lobes the other.  This is a fact - it's indisputable.

2) Press often flip photographs for layout or other reasons.  This is a fact - it's indisputable.

 

So, the whole "But they have different ear lobes" argument is not a strong one.

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Draconian Guppy
2 minutes ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

The think with the lobes - two facts:

 

1) Some people have attached lobes one side and drop lobes the other.  This is a fact - it's indisputable.

2) Press often flip photographs for layout or other reasons.  This is a fact - it's indisputable.

 

So, the whole "But they have different ear lobes" argument is not a strong one.

Yup I thought of exactly that, then looked at several videos which add to my "paranoia" :laugh: (or confirmation bias)

 

That web page is cuckoo, there's one thread of John Lennon being a robot because of grey reflection in his mouth (which clearly are amalgama). However it did get me scouring through videos looking for differences in height, ears and teeth :hides: 

 

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DoctorD

Awesome I managed to lose IQ points by exploring that site......going to go shove crayons up my nose now.

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Draconian Guppy
Just now, DoctorD said:

Awesome I managed to lose IQ points by exploring that site......going to go shove crayons up my nose now.

:laugh::rofl:   Ralph Wiggum is that you?

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oldtimefighter
14 minutes ago, LaP said:

Wait did you actually open the link?

Yep and wasted 60 seconds of my life.

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FloatingFatMan

Oh my... I'll have to forward this on to Paul later, or perhaps I should say, his stand in... He loves a laugh at these quack sites. :p

 

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Draconian Guppy
9 minutes ago, oldtimefighter said:

Yep and wasted 60 seconds of my life.

:rofl:

3 minutes ago, FloatingFatMan said:

Oh my... I'll have to forward this on to Paul later, or perhaps I should say, his stand in... He loves a laugh at these quack sites. :p

 

I don't believe those conspiracy cuckoos. The only thing this website proves is that they used doubles, from where I see it anyway :laugh:

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TheReaperMan
2 hours ago, Draconian Guppy said:

Sorry for the late reply, but you know, sometimes, coffee, just gets to you. :p 

 

We shall call you the "lemoners" :p 

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Draconian Guppy
Just now, TheReaperMan said:

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@LimeMasteris that you? 

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LimeMaster
10 minutes ago, Draconian Guppy said:

@LimeMasteris that you? 

That thing is yellow, not green.

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Draconian Guppy
1 minute ago, LimeMaster said:

That thing is yellow, not green.

How are you sure it's a thing ? :laugh:

 

 

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LimeMaster
3 minutes ago, Draconian Guppy said:

How are you sure it's a thing ? :laugh:

 

 

Because I call stuff "thing" when I don't what what it is.

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Draconian Guppy
7 minutes ago, LimeMaster said:

Because I call stuff "thing" when I don't what what it is.

Then visit the webpage I posted and see what you call the doubles/stand ins :p

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