I'm struggling to remember you EVER posting a video on here for me to look at. In fact i'm struggling to remember you ever posting anything that wasn't illiterate rubbish.
You wish to bring up 9/11 again? Despite the fact that you completely and utterly embarrassed yourself in that thread time and time again...quoting long dead people being the cherry of the top of your idiocy. Look what happened in that thread. You've never contributed since because I and a few others completely and thoroughly pounded your argument to dust with hard science and irrefutable facts.
I've never debated the Kennedy assassination on here because i've said it hold absolutely no interest for me whatsoever.
You talk about baiting yet here you are doing just that. You're a disgusting and illiterate hypocrite of the highest order.
this coming from a guy who I can remember quite sometime back automatically dismissing what Winter was saying on one of his threads about how FDR intentionally withheld information from the naval fleet of pearl harbour.Information the japenese were going to intentionally bomb pearl harbour and it was because FDR provoked them into doing do to enter the war that america opposed.you automatically dismissed it without doing ANY research on it, posting crap like you are now to winter even though the admiral of that fleet criticised FDR for it and winter was basing that information off of over 20,000 documents that have emerged over the years and was written in a book that documents it all called DAY OF DECEIT.you both only look at what you want to see and ignore facts that prove you wrong which is extremely arrogant-something quite a few posters here have told jaden many times in debates, yet you call US wankers.? whatever. im donw tih you guys.
confused Magee? of course YOU dont ever remember automatically dismissing what winter was talking about sometime back because you only see what you want to see, so you never read material that shows how evil the united states government is or how presidents commit autrocities that rival Hitlers.Most people here are like yourself and dont want to believe that their government and school systems and mainstream media have brainwashed us our whole lives with lies and propaganda about historic events and that there have been many autrocities committed by presidents such as clinton,Bush and Nixon that while president that rival Hitlers and that anytime a good one like kennedy comes along that does good things for the people,the CIA gets rid of him.
Anybody who STILL believes in that other government fairy tale warren commission report that oswald killed kennedy which is actually what Winter was talking about here, is either on drugs or in serious denial..seeing how you ignore facts all the time about government conspiracys, the latter would be the catagory you fall into..He was actually talking about how the CIA killed kennedy here "not about FDR and pearl harbour which he also talked about later on in the thread." anybody who doesnt believe that after all these years and has read Jim Marrs book CROSSFIRE the plot to kill kennedy is on drugs or in serious denial.The kennedy assassination is what woke me up to how corrupt our government is.Ever since I learned the truth about that event I have never looked at the united states of america the same way I used to while growing up and dont listen to what the corporate controlled media says anymore and have turned to alternative news such as AMERICAN FREE PRESS AND MEDIA BY PASS.they report REAL news the corporate controlled media wont touch. again here is is where you automatically dismissed what Winter was saying when you obviously didnt even read what he was talking about then and here is the 5 pages previous to that.
just because its information there that YOU dont want to see or believe,doesnt mean its ramblings.
In the next few posts is where winter was talking about the kennedy assassination and the other corrupt evil presidents we have had since then,not pearl harbour which he also later talked about in the thread.
I went back about 5 pages and its just you rambling on and on, why would anyone want to read all that? I really hope you pasted all that crap and didnt waste a year of your life writting a novel on a forum.
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unfortunately I cant post everything that he was talking about on those pages on that thread of his back then because there is too may characters on them to get it all on one post but all you got to do is just read through pages 31 through 35 of this thread here where you said you looked through the last 5 pages of what he was talking about to see where he was talking about kennedy and the evil and corrupt presidents we have had since him.of course you just glanced at it back then and didnt read it obviously.you never do read information that proves you wrong about government conspiracys.you automatically dismiss them and never do any research since it doesnt go along with your beliefs just like you did back then.
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I found this to be quite interesting. Not sure why they picked 09-09-09 to be the date for the release though. For that I guess we would have to ask them.
Digitally remastered Beatles coming in September
(CNN) -- For fans of The Beatles, 09/09/09 will mark a new invasion.
Apple Corps Ltd. and EMI Music have announced that as the date for the release of the entire original Beatles catalogue, digitally remastered.
That includes all 12 Beatles albums in stereo, with track listings and artwork as originally released in the UK. The package will also contain the LP version of "Magical Mystery Tour" (initially released as a double-EP in Britain, though available on CD since 1987) and the collections "Past Masters Vol. I and II" combined as one title.
The release marks the first time that the first four Beatles albums are being made available in their entirety on compact disc, and it also coincides with the release of "The Beatles: Rock Band" video game.
Robert Levine, executive editor for Billboard, said the timing is genius in terms of marketing.
"Most bands, when they do a big project like this they pay for publicity," Levine said. "The Beatles got paid for 'Rock Band' and then they are using that for publicity to rerelease a catalogue. It's pretty amazing." Blog: A Beatles fan reflects on the news
Levine pointed out that media have evolved tremendously since 1964, when the band first burst onto the American scene with an appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
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Back then, there were only three major television networks, and engineering of albums was much less sophisticated, Levine noted. Previous rereleases have sold well in the past -- indeed, Beatles albums have sold steadily for decades -- and Levine said he expects this one to do even better.
"I think if you were to look at pure catalogue, old bands selling old albums, the Beatles are the kings -- commercially as well as artistically," Levine said. "A lot of [music] has been remastered better in the past 22 years, and remastering technology has come a long way."
Piers Hemmingsen, the author of two books on Beatles music and head of the Web site Capitol6000.com, said there has long been a clamor among fans for good, high-quality versions of Beatles songs.
"The technology that was available back then was very limited, and with the newer technology they are able to do far more with what they have than they have ever been able to do before," he said. "For people who are plugged into iPods and the whole digital music scene, it's going to be a lot better for them."
In acknowledgment of the more technologically advanced listeners, each CD will contain, for a limited time, an embedded brief documentary film about the album.
The documentaries contain archival footage, rare photographs and never-before-released studio chat from the Beatles.
The remastering project was four years in the making. Engineers used de-noising technology and cleaned up glitches like electrical clicks and microphone vocal pops, so long as it didn't affect the original integrity of the songs.
They also slightly boosted the volume levels. Andrew Croft, publisher of Beatlology Magazine, said the announcement of the release of the remastered recordings "is long overdue in the Beatles community and for music fans alike."
He also said the quest to improve the original recordings is not new.
Croft said bootleg releases over the years used rare and obscure vinyl pressings from countries like Japan and Germany to compile the best of the best recordings of The Beatles songs, presenting to the public a better sound that Apple could not offer prior to the remastering.
"While the new remasterings will replace a library full of bootlegs of their commercial releases, there remains a massive market for their more obscure tracks, outtakes and live performances," Croft said.
The 14 remastered albums, along with a DVD collection of the documentaries, will also be available for purchase together in a stereo boxed set.
A second boxed set, "The Beatles in Mono," includes all of the Beatles recordings that were mixed for a mono release. It will contain 10 of the albums with their original mono mixes, plus two additional discs of mono masters (covering similar ground to the stereo tracks on "Past Masters").
The mono "Help!" and "Rubber Soul" discs also include the original 1965 stereo mixes, which have not been previously released on CD. These albums will be packaged in mini-vinyl CD replicas of the original sleeves with all of the original inserts and label designs.
Even with the release date, what is old has become new.
Diehard Beatle-ologists may take note that the release date could be viewed as a nod to the Beatles track "One After 909" from the "Let It Be" album -- or a reference to the White Album's "Revolution 9." (John Lennon, who was born on October 9, occasionally talked about his fondness for the number 9.)
Hemmingsen said making the music more accessible and attractive to a younger audience helps spread Beatlemania to a new generation.
"Their music is catchy, memorable, interesting and listenable," said Hemmingsen, who was a youngster in England when the Beatles hit the scene and has been a fan ever since. "The time that they evolved their music was an interesting time and their music reflected that time."
Levine said the band has always captured fans from across generations.
"The songs have lasted for a long time because they are great songs," he said. "It's just that simple. Those are amazing, amazing albums."
Everyone from brides and grooms to movie studio execs are celebrating the upcoming calendrical anomaly in their own way.
In Florida, at least one county clerk's office is offering a one-day wedding special for $99.99. The rarity of this Sept. 9 hasn't been lost on the creators of the iPod, who have moved their traditional Tuesday release day to Wednesday to take advantage of the special date. Focus Features is releasing their new film "9," an animated tale about the apocalypse, on the 9th.
Not only does the date look good in marketing promotions, but it also represents the last set of repeating, single-digit dates that we'll see for almost a century (until January 1, 2101), or a millennium (mark your calendars for January 1, 3001), depending on how you want to count it.
Some concerned with the history and meaning of numbers ascribe powerful significance to 09/09/09.
For cultures in which the number nine is lucky, Sept. 9 is anticipated - while others might see the date as an ominous warning.
Modern numerologists - who operate outside the realm of real science - believe that mystical significance or vibrations can be assigned to each numeral one through nine, and different combinations of the digits produce tangible results in life depending on their application.
As the final numeral, the number nine holds special rank. It is associated with forgiveness, compassion and success on the positive side as well as arrogance and self-righteousness on the negative, according to numerologists.
Numerologists do have a famous predecessor to look to. Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician and father of the famous theorem, is also credited with popularizing numerology in ancient times.
"Pythagoras most of all seems to have honored and advanced the study concerned with numbers, having taken it away from the use of merchants and likening all things to numbers," wrote Aristoxenus, an ancient Greek historian, in the 4th century B.C.
As part of his obsession with numbers both mathematically and divine, and like many mathematicians before and since, Pythagoras noted that nine in particular had many unique properties.
Any grade-schooler could tell you, for example, that the sum of the two-digits resulting from nine multiplied by any other single-digit number will equal nine. So 9x3=27, and 2+7=9.
Multiply nine by any two, three or four-digit number and the sums of those will also break down to nine. For example: 9x62 = 558; 5+5+8=18; 1+8=9.
Sept. 9 also happens to be the 252nd day of the year (2 + 5 +2)...
Both China and Japan have strong feelings about the number nine. Those feelings just happen to be on opposite ends of the spectrum.
The Chinese pulled out all the stops to celebrate their lucky number eight during last year's Summer Olympics, ringing the games in at 8 p.m. on 08/08/08. What many might not realize is that nine comes in second on their list of auspicious digits and is associated with long life, due to how similar its pronunciation is to the local word for long-lasting (eight sounds like wealth).
Historically, ancient Chinese emperors associated themselves closely with the number nine, which appeared prominently in architecture and royal dress, often in the form of nine fearsome dragons. The imperial dynasties were so convinced of the power of the number nine that the palace complex at Beijing's Forbidden City is rumored to have been built with 9,999 rooms.
Japanese emperors would have never worn a robe with nine dragons, however.
In Japanese, the word for nine is a homophone for the word for suffering, so the number is considered highly unlucky - second only to four, which sounds like death.
Many Japanese will go so far as to avoid room numbers including nine at hotels or hospitals, if the building planners haven't already eliminated them altogether.