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Published on 10 Jul 2009 | over 9 years ago

Here we go again. No sooner do they get shot down than they pop right back up -- usually with a new spin on an old, already debunked claim. It doesn't matter how they spin it. They're wrong.

This is one of 27 of my videos that Jarrah White filed bogus copyright takedown notices on. I filed counter-notices and they were all restored by YT. Then he hired an attorney to threaten to sue me if I didn't remove it and all the others. I refused to take them down. Apparently, the threat was a bluff. (An expensive one, I hope.) Failing that, he has somehow managed to get several of these videos removed for "inappropriate content."

This is Gone To Plaid's link:

Re: Shannon Elizabeth at 1:40: In each of my hoax debunking videos I put some kind of joke picture or clip. (I also put "Yes, we did" somewhere.) Often these are subtle or hidden. This picture was a joke "subliminal message." It was a mistake, because it distracted people from what I was saying and because conspiracy theorists are generally devoid of any sense of humor and only seem to want to bitch about it.

I tried to blank it out with annotation panes, but people with annotations turned off will still see it. I've put this explanation here, since I'm sick of answering questions about it. So for the question, "Did anybody see the girl at 1:40?" the answer is, yes, there have probably been over 200 comments about it.
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