Cryptoquote Spoiler – 01/19/12

An example of trick photography. All the "...

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Not everybody trusts paintings, but people believe photographs.”   —   Ansel Adams

(Ahh!  The relative innocence of a new technology/art form.  Old Ansel was – after all is said and done – a commercial artist.  He must have made this statement without the idea of trick photography and special/optical effects.  With green-screen and computer programs they can make anything seem real.  Governments rely on the majority of their people adhering to the old adage:  Seeing is believing.  In reality, the only things we can truly believe – beyond a shadow of a doubt – are things that we see live, and not on film or video.  If you never saw it, I highly recommend watching the 1997 feature film Wag the Dog.  It’s got a great cast, it’s a good story, and it shows what governments can do when they want to frame a story.  Be well, do good . . . and take everything you think you’re seeing with a grain of salt, friends.)   —   YUR

1 Response to “Cryptoquote Spoiler – 01/19/12”

  1. 1 Keith January 19, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    Yup. A little mixup with the DP. I got the “Retro-Active” version of the Jumble today.

    For a while there, I thought it might be something out of that 1990s show “Early Edition” (I just had to use Google to remember the title), where the guy solves crimes/saves lives because by getting future edition of the paper. ; ) That could be real Jumble spoiler…

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