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Thursday, May 27, 2010

What the Hell is Going On?

No really.

Twenty years ago you sure didn’t see anything like this. Oh no.

You know when they come for you it’ll be through your sprinkler, because that’s just the kind of bastards they are.

 

Remember folks, the visible spectrum, it’s rainbows.

 


Tip of the tinfoil brainium cover to Rob Galbraith on FB for bringing this sinister government program to the world’s attention.

28 comments:

  1. I'm think she's more of a Cool-Aid kind of gal

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  2. It's clear this recording took place 20 years after the dark ages. Because the sun was like, gone then, right?

    In all honesty, I'm just impressed she could use a video camera an youtube.

    Canne: A metal device used by the government to hold soup in a cylindrical shape. They did not exist 20 years ago.

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  3. The credits are pretty damned funny too.

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  4. Wow. Well, I'm pretty sure I remember seeing rainbows in the sprinklers nearly 20 years ago, because my daughter thought it was pretty darn excellent when she was little. And I remember thinking the rainbows in the sprinklers were pretty cool when I was a kid, too... so it was happening 40+ years ago as well. But maybe it only started happening recently in that woman's back yard.

    People are crazy. Sometimes I pretend to be from another planet so I appear saner.

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  5. I remember sprinkler rainbows. Any kid that ever jumped a sprinkler on a hot summer day does.

    They just grow up and won't admit it.

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  6. Or...the government started putting liquid socialism in your water 20 years ago.

    Didn't think of that, did you?

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  7. I'm in the middle of studying for my education certification exam for teaching high school physics.

    The stupid, it burns!

    http://www.plognark.com/?q=node/1129

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  8. You should stand in the sprinkle and cool the burn, Mensley.

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  9. You should stand in the sprinkle and cool the burn, Mensley.

    Are you insane? THAT water? The RAINBOW water? It turned the friggen grass green for Pete's sake. Who knows what it would do to a burn!

    Tedis: A disease contracted from overexposure to rainbow water.

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  10. Man, I don't want to think about how much water I wasted in the 70s playing with the water hose and making rainbows.

    Damn, I just realized the awful truth: the rainbow government aliens got to me as a child and have infected my brain.

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  11. We were little kids in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. By the time we moved from Medina to White Plains NY, Nixon was elected. And the rainbows stopped. They came back during the Reagan administration when I was in Michigan's U.P. Draw your own conclusions.

    Dr. Phil

    belatiog -- a post-dated blog entry

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  12. OK, I didn't watch the end the first time. Now I have a never ending thrist for rainbow water.

    Yoths: The alien race that probed me with rainbows in 2007.

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  13. No, it's BP!

    I'd start this meme as a joke, but I'd be afraid that it would actually catch on and spread. I'd reduce the level of accurate grammar and spelling should that I spread it, however.

    "The gulf spill has infected the whole country's water supply and is causing rainbows everywhere now! Go outside and test it! You'll need full sunlight, but turn your water hose to spray and face away from the sun. If you see a rainbow, your water has been contaminated too! Like an oil slick, the oil causes rainbows in contaminated water!"

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  14. D'oh, that was me.

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  15. Hey, it's dated 2007. From California. It has nothing to do with Modern Politics.

    Dr. Phil

    bineigne -- sort of a French version of benign

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  16. No, it's BP!

    I think you're right! After operation Top Kill started, all my sprinkler rainbows started looking muddy!

    Cubia: Millions of years ago when all the continents were merged together into one giant cube-shaped continent.

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  17. Phil, NSA has time travel. It's an off-shoot of rainbow tech.

    Perhaps you need to bone up on your imaginary physics journals.

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  18. They've infected the water. It's only a small step to our precious bodily fluids. Best conserve and stop taking in water or water-based substances.

    To avoid time-contamination, do whatever you need to do to not take in facts or information. This is how they get you.

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  19. Whoa--why y'all bein' all whack like that? That's a motherfuckin' miracle, y'all, like pet cats and dogs and that pelican that ate that dude's cell phone, yo; there's magic everywhere in that bitch.

    (P.S. and if you haven't seen that video yet--seriously, trust me, you need to, just be warned you may piss yourself laughing. Really. I'm now suspecting ICP may have seen and been inspired by the clip you have here.)

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    Oh wow--my captcha is butfo, which is perfect: Butfo the government being all whack with my water, y'all, there wouldn't be no rainbows magic in it and shit, yeah.

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  20. PPS:

    Oh yeah, and if you haven't seen this, either, don't miss Cracked's response, a science textbook for juggalos.

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  21. The science textbook for juggalos is some mad funny shit, yo!

    ansfusn: juggalo miracle word fo' rhymin' with losin'

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  22. Jim -- I EDIT imaginary Physics journals.

    Dr. Phil

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  23. Kinda reminds me of the mother of this gal I once dated in Indiana

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  24. You know, it does, doesn't it, Mike. I wonder...

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  25. As someone noted, that was in 2007. Whatever is causing those ground rainbows is Bush's fault!

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  26. No, it was the Obama advance team. The Clinton Rangers, Al Gore division.

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  27. ROFLMAO

    I love that video. She has one about the phases of the moon as well.

    Frickin crazy.

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