Sunday, 15 July 2007

This is an Orange


The first eight seconds are the best and I propose that in future all TRUTH
videos start with this introduction...



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9 comments:

The Antagonist said...

That's not an orange, that's an apple. Now, where did I put my SWP application form....

Stef said...

It certainly might be an apple dressed as an orange

There's only one way to be really sure...

James Casbolt said...

"This is an Orange. If you were told it was something else you wouldn't believe it would you?'

Surely the answer to that question depends on how many times Sky News told you it was something else?

Yvonne R. said...

It is obviously an apple that has converted to militant orangism and is now speaking on behalf of all oranges everywhere

Nothing wrong with that IMHO

chomskywomsky said...

I take the Chomsky line on this, who cares whether it's an apple or an orange, they're all fruits to me.

Or the Monbiot line: but is it organic?

jon doy said...

Occam's razor clearly tells us that that 'orange' is unquestionably a plasmoid cloaked alien orb, with a subspace inversion over which a holographic projection of a small citrus fruit has been applied, this is easily proven as you would not be able to get within ten feet of it due to the larger dimensions of what's really there

but really, the question to be asked is 'am i projecting the orange out of my evolving consciousness ?'

the building that had its feet knocked out from under it, dropped a few feet, toppled a little, then stopped was really cool, i wonder how they dealt with that ?

perhaps they just carpeted every surface with velcro and let everyone move back in ?

it's what i'd have done

The Antagonist said...

perhaps they just carpeted every surface with velcro and let everyone move back in ?

it's what i'd have done


Shit! So that's why I keep finding Velcro™ everywhere!! I thought that building looked familiar.

It all makes sense now.

Muncher said...

Is everyone so deceived? That's no orange! It's a picture of a orange!

The Antagonist said...

That's not a picture of an orange, that's a picture of an apple.