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Do you like the Beatles?

I love them. Their music will never die, as far as I'm concerned.

I remember in Middle School having a teacher tell me the story about Paul McCartney's "death". Right near the height of their fame, Paul gets in this horrible car accident. At least that's the rumor. But it's covered up by the police and press and then forgotten. Until one day someone calls into the radio station and says what would become an iconic phrase: "Paul is dead". The station manager scoffs of course, and says the world would be well aware if one of their idols had passed. Then the guy on the phone starts pointing out all these strange things with the records. Like Paul being shoeless with his face away from the camera on Abbey Road. Or strange hidden messages if you played Strawberry Fields backwards. There was even one record where if you held it upside-down, had a phone number you could call. And when you called the strange number on the strange album cover?

The voice would say:

"You're Getting Closer."

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Do you like the Beatles?

I love them. Their music will never die, as far as I'm concerned.

I remember in Middle School having a teacher tell me the story about Paul McCartney's "death". Right near the height of their fame, Paul gets in this horrible car accident. At least that's the rumor. But it's covered up by the police and press and then forgotten. Until one day someone calls into the radio station and says what would become an iconic phrase: "Paul is dead". The station manager scoffs of course, and says the world would be well aware if one of their idols had passed. Then the guy on the phone starts pointing out all these strange things with the records. Like Paul being shoeless with his face away from the camera on Abbey Road. Or strange hidden messages if you played Strawberry Fields backwards. There was even one record where if you held it upside-down, had a phone number you could call. And when you called the strange number on the strange album cover?

The voice would say:

"You're Getting Closer."

Wow...that is the most interesting spam I've ever seen. "Whatisthebubble.com" was the message there, and the way this person/bot/I havenoidea delivered was pretty nice, I had to check out the site and it's pretty interesting. I'm going to leave this here just because it's interesting in the delivery, and the site itself (I don't believe in any of the government conspiracies things, so it's just a little fun in my eyes), but if anyone else on the staff wants to take it down, go ahead, I mean, it is spam.

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I smelled a Pokemon reference :shock: Somehow I knew it would be you Milo :lol:

This really is interesting spam :lol: I might try it somewhere else just to see if I can get more people to come here :twisted:

-Jolteon

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