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February 2, 2021 36 min

The Animals "House of the Rising Sun", This self-titled American debut album from British invasion group, The Animals was released in late summer 1964, the album introduced the States to the "drawling, dirty R&B sound" that typified the group. The album featured many R&B standards, written by the likes of the late, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and John Lee Hooker, as well as the classic #1 hit single "House of the Rising Sun",  presented here in its “for-radio” form.

 

On November 22nd 1963 JFK was assassinated on his way to deliver a speech at the Dallas trade mart, Until now the speech was never heard but with the help of sound experts they used new technology to bring Kennedy’s distinctive Boston accent back to life after analysing and splicing 116,777 audio clips.

 

  • Technology is both good and bad.
  • Robin hood Vlad Tenev
  • Parler is still down.
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  • The Mandela Effect is defined as a commonly held false memory. In the field of psychology, the term “false memory” is applied to anything that a person remembers incorrectly or inaccurately. As such, the term “Mandela Effect” is defined as a false yet widely held recollection.
  • The Mandela effect got its name when Fiona Broome, a self-identified “paranormal consultant,” detailed how she remembered former South African President Nelson Mandela dying in the 1980s in prison (although Mandela lived until 2013). Broome could describe remembering news coverage of his death and even a speech from his widow about his death. Yet none of it happened. If Broome’s thoughts occurred in isolation, that would be one factor. However, Broome found that other people thought the exact same as her.

    Even though the event never happened, she wasn’t the only one who felt like it did. As a result, the Mandela effect concept was “born.”.

  • Jif vs Jiffy
  • Oscar Mayer vs Oscar Meyer
  • The famous HBO show isn’t Sex in the City its “Sex And The City”
  • The Monopoly Man doesn’t have a monocle.
  • Pikachu’s tail Some 90s kids clearly remember black detailing on the Pokemon character’s tail. However, in reality, it’s just yellow.
  • Gremlins
  • The Gremlins movie was released in 1984 and has become a major cult classic. But even some of the most avid fans still swear that the name of the Gremlin was Spike but the actual name of the villainous creature was Stripe.

  • Darth Vader doesn’t say “Luke, I am your father. He just says “I Am Your Father”
  • Forrest Gump stating that his mama always said, “Life is like a box of chocolates.” Turns out that he actually says, “Life was like a box of chocolates.”
  • The Evil Queen’s Mirror No matter how old you are, chances are that you’ve seen Snow White and the Seven Dwarves at least once. In the beginning of the film, if you remember the Evil Queen’s infamous line of “Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” you may be in the Mandela Effect! The actual line is “Magic mirror on the wall…”
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  • Bobby Goes to Walmart and pulls a nutty.
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