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Urban Legend
« on: 10-28-2010 16:14 »

This is huge buzz on the internet.  A scene in Charlie Chaplin's movie Circus, right behind a zebra, you can see a woman who looks like she talking into something in her ear.   Some speculate that it's a 1920's hearing aid, some speculate it's really a time traveler talking on a cell phone. 

It could be a promotional thing for the 25th Anniversary of Back To The Future.  What do you all think it could be? 

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #1 on: 10-28-2010 16:19 »

 :sleep: :sleep:

It's obviously a weirdo talking to her hand.

Space Pope
« Reply #2 on: 10-28-2010 16:38 »

I think it's probably the result of an unfortunate glue accident earlier that morning. They had glue in the 20s right?

Fallback Guy
Space Pope
« Reply #3 on: 10-28-2010 16:47 »

Definitely a cell phone. Clearly, not only was this person a time traveler, but they were preceded by hundreds of other time travelers who erected cell phone towers throughout 1920s America. No other explanation is possible.

DOOP Ubersecretary
« Reply #4 on: 10-28-2010 17:03 »

Already saw a few posts for this, don't need a thread.
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