|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-07-17 |
Holy shit, you mean to tell me an insanely popular landmark like the two tallest buildings in the United States located in the heart of it's largest city appeared in a shitload of different media?
If the Eiffel Tower gets knocked over or if Burj Khalifa gets blown up, does that mean all the movies and shows and games and books they've appeared in predicted the disaster, proving it was planned by the French/UAE government years in advance?
I got dibs on the Taj Mahal and the Luxor.
The other thing too is that the WTC was in the news because of the 1993 bombing, so it was kind of embedded in 90s culture. If a disgruntled Sears employee tried to blow up the Sears Tower and failed you'd have a similar reaction to Perfect Strangers and Sufjan Stevens if a whole bunch of Sears employees got together and flew planes into it..
|Jim Quin - 2015-07-17 |
The bombing referred to in the Spider-Man clip (a cartoon from 1995) happened in 1993, why does everybody seem to forget that? It's why a giant Arnold Schwarzenegger balloon to hype "Last Action Hero" had to have sticks of dynamite removed from its hand and replaced with a police badge.
Fuck's sake, the thermite residue from the bombing of 1993 could still be found in the wreckage of the towers after 9/11/2001, and tinfoil bungholes took it as a sign of being a false flag/inside job.
Two Jar Slave
Yeah! How can you idiots forget the day some cosmetic changes were made to a Last Action Hero advertisement?
|Two Jar Slave - 2015-07-18 |
Can someone with musical sensibility explain the effectiveness of that "open your eyes to what you've always known" tune playing in the background?
Ever seen those ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan singing in the background?
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