Monday, May 28, 2018

X Philes: Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael Hall, w/ Dr. Stephen Pidgeon on Obama


X Philes: Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael Hall, w/ Dr. Stephen Pidgeon on Obama

X Philes: The Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael W. Hall, talk to attorney. Dr. Stephen Pidgeon, about his book, "The Obama Error." Topics include Fauxbama's status as a British agent, his fake birth certificate, his connection to the Nazis, CIA, and the Muslim Brotherhood, and more. Just Paul gives the lowdown on the current political situation in the beginning. (Plastic Macca-roni Grill meeting, May 28, 2018)



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"We'd Like to Carry On Now..." - Paul McCartney vs. Faul Idiosyncrasies (PID)


"We'd Like to Carry On Now..." - Paul McCartney vs. Faul Idiosyncrasies (Paul is Dead/PID)


Paul McCartney would often say, "We'd like to carry on" to introduce the next song, while Plastic Macca did/does not. Personal idiosyncrasies are one way to detect an impostor. 


Contributed by Greg Gentry. 



There are a few live shows where the brief song intros are edited out.

Just quickly watch for five seconds these clips at the prescribed time lines, at least a few of them anyhow > you get the idea!!

5:40 MARK >   The Beatles - NME - 1964 LIVE   (Keep scrolling down)...






















5:08  MARK >  VANCOUVER 1964 THE BEATLES


















Greg

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Can We Take Him Back? Paul/Faul McCartney Voice Comp (PID)


Even though both of these songs are supposedly sung by Paul McCartney, they are clearly not. "For No One" (1966) was sung by Paul, while a voice double sang "Can You Take Me Back?" (1968). You don't need voice prints to tell that this is not the same voice. 

The Beatles - For No One (Takes 10 & 14)


Can You Take Me Back (White Album Outtake) / The Beatles



Thank you to Angela Nichols Millard for posting this comp to my Facebook page. 

Please see related:

Paul McCartney's voice v. Faul's voice

Voice prints, vocal mimicry and technology



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Monday, May 21, 2018

X Philes: The Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael W. Hall May 21, 2018



X Philes: Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael W. Hall May 21, 2018 ~ Part 1


X Philes: The Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael W. Hall, discuss current political situation with Just Paul. ~ Part 1 (Plastic Macca--roni Grill meeting, May 21, 2018 )


X Philes: The Paranormal Lawyers, Tina Foster & Michael W. Hall, give an update on UFOiTeam &  the McMinville, OR UFO summit, Paul McCartney is Dead (PID) update, missing Malaysian flight M370, CIA propaganda, subliminal mind control, and more. ~ Part 2  



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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Paul is Dead, You Know


Contributed by Jon Bryant


Yesterday, I was viewing the famous "LSD" interview clip with Faul [McCartney] from June 1967.  One thing I noticed was Faul using the phrase "y' know" a LOT.  In fact, I timed Faul's responses during that brief clip, which totaled 1:49.  During that time, Faul uttered "y'know" twenty-one times.

Then I looked at a clip from JPM's [James Paul McCartney] BBC interview of 1966.  I chose that for a comparison since it was a similarly relaxed, one-on-one interview in addition to being close to the time of The Switch.  I timed 1:49 of Paul's responses from the middle of the eight-minute interview.  During that 1:49 segment, Paul used "y'know" only nine times.

Maybe the difference means nothing, but I would think speech mannerisms are habitual -- and a more than 100% increase in "y'knows" in less that a year seems significant to me. 

Faul "LSD" Interview (6/1967):  


Paul's BBC Interview (5/2/66):   (The 1:49 segment I used was from about the mid-point of the video).

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Paul/Faul McCartney Pronunciation - "Till There Was You"


One of the tells that Plastic Macca is an impostor of Paul McCartney is the difference in accent and pronunciation. Please listen carefully to how the two men pronounce "saw" in "Till There Was You" (1963).

The Beatles - Till There Was You (LIVE)



Paul McCartney - Till There Was You






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