7.01.2009

Get Ready For This In Your Inbox

The world saw the disappearance of an Air France aircraft [this month] during a trans Atlantic flight between Rio to Paris. Two shots taken inside the plane before it crashed. The two photos attached were apparently taken by one of the passengers in the aircraft, just after the break-up and before the aircraft crashed. The photos were retrieved from the camera's memory stick. You will never get to see photos like this. In the first photo, there is a gaping hole in the fuselage through which you can see the tailplane and vertical fin of the aircraft. In the second photo, one of the passengers is being sucked out of the gaping hole. But I thought they looked familiar. First correct guess gets a free Liberally Lean t-shirt (as soon as I create a Liberally Lean t-shirt.) Edit: That was quick. First response was the winner. Edit: And it appears a Bolivian TV station was fooled by the photos.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lost

Anonymous said...

I have a wonderful filter. I absolutely refuse to recieve this type of time-waste.

Jarhead said...

I think this hoax has been used for the last 10 plane crashes.

I half expect to see the guy from the WTC picture hoax in one of these pics every time they re-surface.

Anonymous said...

My super powers of focused observation tell me this is not real much like the blood in the needle in a previous thread.

Anonymous said...

Where's Hurley?

mzchief said...

On June 26, 2009, 5 days ago, I posted the following comment on Denney Crane's blog, Boston Legal's Ass:

"The images are from the recap video clip of LOST. Pay close attention at the 47 second point and then at the 1:05 and you will see the exact image of the guy flying out of the back of the broken apart cabin."

Anonymous said...

I (anonymous #1) need to give you my contact info for my T-Shirt.

Ralph HardiNoze
P.O. Box 8915
Elm Mott, TX

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I would think that most media would be skeptical of the pics given that plane went missing in the middle of the night in severe weather. I guess the sunny day outside in the Lost pics didn't bother them.

Anonymous said...

To any regular fan of Lost that is a very familar sight. We've seen it many times. Funny that people keep trying to use it as fact ........or just typical of the Internet unfortunately.

mzchief said...

I am fairly certain it is not a good idea to publish someone's contact information unless you are 100% absolutely certain the information does indeed belong to the person supplying the information.

just sayin'

Anonymous said...

Stand up, mz. That one went right over your head.

Anonymous said...

11:53, it went right over her nose.

Anonymous said...

I want a t-shirt, Bubear, and I want it personally delivered.

Anonymous said...

The daylight would have been my first clue.

Anonymous said...

The Liberally Lean T-shirt biz,now that is an enterprising idea. You may be able to support that future Mrs. Green #9 from last week. If Ruben's can sell a cougar hunting shirt for $13 you should make a killing on SpeedoMan,Chuck



Double Fake Billy Tubbs

Anonymous said...

I want Bubear to take off his own shirt.

Take it off, take it off...

Xanthippas said...

Come on! That's already been debunked, but somebody went and typed up an e-mail chain for it anyway. Maybe as a joke? Who knows! And naturally other people are going to send that around to each other without once bothering to wonder why somebody would be taking pics in the middle of a freakin' crash.

The Fishing Musician said...

I keep getting the one of the huge boar that is claimed to be from Conroe, but really is from Turkey.

Anonymous said...

Photoshop in the Decatur Begger, and you would have it!

Anonymous said...

10:13, but......you did and you do. That's like visiting Disneyworld and then complaining about "all the tourists" in line.

Anonymous said...

12:42......Billy Tubbs?

I'm sure that's a witty reference.....but I'm clueless.

Gleemonex said...

Please please please make a T-shirt! I will buy several and wear them all the time.

I recommend Spreadshirt.com -- they do really excellent, quality work, using great materials, and their turnaround time is really fast. Much better quality than Cafe Press, and more apparel options. You can link to your "store" from here.

Please? Please?