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4 New Virgin Atlantic Advert HD....Count the Subliminals.

This ad has to be the most subliminal filled I've ever's got it all...sun symbolism all seeing eye, chem-trails, masonic hand signs..pyramids, 5 pointed stars, phallic symbols, masonic colour combos, and most shocking of all..happy happy people going through...Full body scanners. (see below)


George said...

What the fuck is wrong with you, the stuff you tlk about is so genrlised it could be fund anyware, ohh shit 5 pointed stars, maybe i should fucking sell my soul to satan every time i look up at the atrs inthe sky, oh shit i have an eye, and i see most stuff, oh wait two eyes thats really bad, might as well gouge them out. I bet you're a yank aswell, you think your so fucking clever over lookng into thing so much. Con-fucking-gratu-bloody-lations you cunt

George said...

Oh shit, full body scanners - is your dick so small you object to their use, why cant you stupid americans get it into your puny brains that they are for the benefit of your saftey! None of your claims in this post have any substance or evidence at all, even if you did not of these hidden messages add up, it is just superstition: i.e idiots making thinks up because they are too stupid to understand anything, yes uor ansestors did it and thats how religion came about. Go fuck yourself

roonster said...

lol!...I like your style, think I'll leave you here...just so everyone that visits can see a prime example of "dumb" run along your XBox is calling you.

roonster said...

just in case you want a little info about the now admitted dangers of "full body scanners"....this is from USA TODAY (link inc)

"The Transportation Security Administration announced Friday that it would retest every full-body X-ray scanner that emits ionizing radiation — 247 machines at 38 airports — after maintenance records on some of the devices showed radiation levels 10 times higher than expected. TSA officials have repeatedly assured the public and lawmakers that the machines have passed all inspections. The agency’s review of maintenance reports, launched Dec. 10, came only after USA TODAY and lawmakers called for the release of the records late last year.

The TSA announced steps to require its maintenance contractors to “retrain personnel involved in conducting and overseeing the radiation survey process.” Some lawmakers remain concerned, however. The TSA “has repeatedly assured me that the machines that emit radiation do not pose a health risk,” Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said in a written statement Friday. “Nonetheless, if TSA contractors reporting on the radiation levels have done such a poor job, how can airline passengers and crew have confidence in the data used by the TSA to reassure the public?”

She said the records released Friday “included gross errors about radiation emissions. That is completely unacceptable when it comes to monitoring radiation.”