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Twelve Internet Rumors You Didn’t Know Were True

Twelve Internet Rumors You Didn’t Know Were True2 votes / 5 Stars SILICON VALLEY, California – The social media universe has become a proverbial treasure trove of conspiracy theory and satire. It is nearly impossible for any of us to maintain a grip on what is true and what is, well, utter BS. What if some of these stories were true? We have scanned the interwebs in an attempt to bring you the top 12 social media conspiracies that are actually true. 00

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Do You Believe In The Mandela Effect? This Poll May Blow Your Mind. Vote On Who You Believe Has ALWAYS Been On The Front Of A Dime..

Do You Believe In The Mandela Effect? This Poll May Blow Your Mind. Vote On Who You Believe Has ALWAYS Been On The Front Of A Dime..2 votes / 5 Stars     +50

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The Beatles Offer A New Album Thanks to the Mandela Effect

The Beatles Offer A New Album Thanks to the Mandela Effect7 votes / 5 Stars BIRINGAN CITY, Philippines- A previously unreleased group of Beatles songs have been making the rounds through the light web lately. Nobody remembers the album being released, or any of the songs recorded but it is out there somehow, and maybe always has been (Because that’s the way shit works) The album is called “Everyday Chemistry”, and after listening to the tunes it contains there is little doubt that these songs are indeed performed by the Beatles themselves. (So it must come from somewhere magical) The owner of the actual cassette wishes to remain anonymous because nobody in their right mind would desire the wealth and influence that ...

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The Mandela Effect: You’re Not Stupid, But Your Memory Is?

The Mandela Effect: You’re Not Stupid, But Your Memory Is?5 votes / 5 Stars PROVO, Utah – Many people have been discussing a strange new phenomenon in the conspiracy world lately called the Mandela Effect. According to Wikipedia, it is defined as a situation where a number of people have memories that are different from available evidence. This doesn’t sound too ominous to the average reader until you peruse a little bit deeper into the paradox. The Mandela effect is named after President Nelson Mandela. He was imprisoned for several decades before being released to become the President of South Africa in 1994. This is the memory I have, but tens of thousands of people around the world swear they remember him ...

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