no it was a warning. they are known to give out warnings usually in movies before they do this shit. look at 9/11. so many clues and subliminal messages in movies that came out before it happened
Ima say the Batman shit is a
coincidence because Sandy Hook was really part of the Batman Universe,
outside of the movie... It was always a borough of Gotham... here peep
from the Batman Wiki which was written before the shootings:
South Hinkley, also known as Lower Gotham or Sandy Hook, is borough in Downtown Gotham City
. First appearing in Batman: Gotham Knight
and last appearing in The Dark Knight Rises
, this location plays a big role in in Bane
's plan to destroy Gotham
South Hinkley is located in a small island, surrounded by two rivers, one creek, and an ocean.
South Hinkley is architecturally modeled after Lower Manhattan.
the dude's argument for the batman thing was that everything you see in movies is purposely there, and he
was like there's no reason why sandy hook would just appear like that.
he would've had a strong valid case if sandy hook was just an invented
added-on place in The Dark Knight Rises...but it wasn't... it's BEEN
there, that's why it was on the map, because it was part of the
If this is the same video about the "no tears" thing, then I concur. The people arguing, "Well, it's just a reflex response to the trauma for the guy laughing." Well if that's true, why is he feigning sadness and sobbing yet no tears?
You either are either numb to the emotion or it pours out of you. Too many terrible actors pretending to be crying when there's no tears whatsoever. You also gotta love how they didn't show any of the bodies to anybody, not even the parents.
But carry on citizens, nothing to see here. There's no reason a private entity would have any reason to fake this, same with 9/11 and the Osama raid.
^to me the psychological or human behavior shit is open for interpretation... This is why I switched out of my Psych major, because there's just too much assuming, too much skepticism... We can believe what we want reading people, but we could end up being wrong, see, people all react differently to tragedies, some are sad 24hrs a day, others keep themselves occupied with whatever they're doing and then when they think about the tragedy, they break down but they could also have a defensive mechanism that just makes their sorrow look awkward. My dude's dad laughs when he hears the news of someone dying, it's just an automatic reaction, he doesn't find it funny, it's just a defensive mechanism that kicks in and makes him laugh... but then after that you know he feels down.. it's just to deal with the receiving instinct of the news i guess. So that part of the video, like I leave that up in the air for coincidence
the biggest mindfucks is why the facebook pages were created a couple days prior to the incident
^this... the facebook pages + the connecticut government's official page with the emulation testing of kids safety at the same damn time of the shooting... that was fishy as fuck. and the medical examiner yo, something is just up with that dude. something very strange.... and the guy that said two different stories, the old dude at the house where supposedly a school bus dropped the kids off to him