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Posted: Apr 6 2007, 12:46 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 20-October 03
I was 10 and I remember this being a big thing back then.
Watch the performance here:
I remember more than what is shown in the clip like why a big piece of black material isn't covering it, it's not lowered or lifted, etc.
Then I read Ask Yahoo's possible explanation they found (though I recommend watching the video first before getting spoiled)
Posted: Apr 8 2007, 04:46 AM
Marxist of the Groucho variety
Member No.: 146
Joined: 31-August 06
Neat, thanks for the links.
I liked the one lady's comment that she'd "never seen a Statue of Liberty disappear the way this one did." ...Because there are lots of Statues of Liberty out there disappearing all of the time.
"That's the kind of a hairpin I am."