Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by John Thomas, Sep 14, 2012.
Have you seen it on YouTube yet?
Please specify Youtubical coordinates.
Not suddenly, John.
It has been a hit for a few years in my timeline
John. Please. You seem to think everything that pops into your head belongs in the Time Travel forum. Could you possibly stop and think about which forum might be more appropriate for your off the cuff posts?
Rainman, Trism is the song people suspect to be John Titor's secret song. I think it is relevant.
What people John? The only person who knows the secret song is Pamela.
And you did such a wonderful job explaining that relevance in your OP. Sorry, but as Einstein says, maybe in your mind you suspect it to be that, but in my mind there is no secret song.
Song....what song guys? John Titor's secret song. I know what it was....
Check it out,
Listen to the lyrics please.
I wonder if I could post another without being put into discipline?????
Well here goes.....
Another time traveling song, this one I like a lot.
I hope you guys like it
I have seen "it" on YouTube.
Consider my mind officially blown. I thought there was a secret song! Ah! I get it now. If I try to guess the secret song, you all know I'm not J.T. because there is no secret song!
I don't want to be your hero.
Just have fun. Batman will save the day. Don't worry bout it.
If John Titor ever had a secret song it should have been from his own time.
The secret song was between Pamela and John Titor. That is how Pamela will know if John ever returns. Only they know what that song is. To my knowledge, it was never devulged to anyone else.
Secrets are better left unsaid.
That is what we call, not Trism, but a truism.
Why is it a "should"? He could have chosen a song from any time. For it to have any significance toPamela it would have had to be a song from 2001 and any time during or prior to that year so that she would recognize it or have the ability to find a recorded copy of it. For all we know it was a 10th Century Gregorian Chant or a Yiddish Klezmer from the 19th Century.
Now that I think it over you are right. What I meant was that he was from the future as he claimed he could have chosen a song from an artist still not known then, like Lady Gaga or Il Divo, so that when the artist actually made it public Pamela would know he was from the future indeed.
To me, similar spellings are closely the same thing. Like Catholic rearranged means Chaotic.
Separate names with a comma.