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Yeah, I definitely noticed his eyes were on the camera in this shot but sometimes you've gotta go with the joke when posting this kind of stuff. That guy is actually probably Taylor's "incognito" security guy, following her around to make sure the real creeps don't grab her and throw her in their "Mystery Machine".
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So you're entitled to your opinion but I'm not entitled to mine? Jumping down someone's throat because you don't like or agree with their opinion is pointless, you're not going to change my mind and I'm not trying to change yours. So just accept that opinions are like a-holes, realize to yourself that mine stinks and move on. Otherwise you're just trying to start an argument over a difference of opinion, which is an utter waste of time.
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To some degree, but I doubt any of those places would pull you aside to check and see if your tattoos or t-shirt have anything offensive on them, or if your backpack conforms to their maximum size allowance. Plus I bring bottles of beer and such into movie theaters all the time without any hassle, so it's similar but way more strict.

The tattoo thing is crazy, I've seen people get kicked out of Disneyland (or barred from going in) because they have a visible tattoo of a naked pin-up girl or an image that's too violent, which is pretty crazy considering how many people here in Southern California have these kinds of tattoos.
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Maybe in the future you should use Google to see how the person in the video feels about their video before you go off on people for no reason and try to be some random person's hero.

Here's how the girl in the video (Anna Eberhart) feels about being called "the possessed girl":

http://www.people.com/article/anna-eberhart-possibly-possessed-keyboard-interview-viral-video-boston-crusaders

In case you didn't feel like reading the article because it would prove my point here's the short version- she loves her viral fame, and is embracing being called "that crazy girl" because she's having fun during her performance and people are coming up to her all over the place telling her they loved her performance.

And now millions of people have seen her perform where they wouldn't have otherwise, which is great for her, and yet you chose to focus on the one thing that didn't really matter in it all, the "possession" silliness that was never meant to be serious.

I didn't name that video, I didn't make up the whole "possessed" bit, I just went with the flow and then you decided to get upset about it all for NOTHING!

Anna is actually making lots of friends and fans after the video and being celebrated and cheered, not picked on as you claim.

Google is a powerful tool, Michael, and since you chose not to use it before posting yet another negative comment to our site I'm disappointed in you.
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Read this article where she responds to becoming a viral sensation and tell me it's bullying:

http://www.people.com/article/anna-eberhart-possibly-possessed-keyboard-interview-viral-video-boston-crusaders

And please get over your "neat" BS, just because the site is called "Neatorama" doesn't mean everything we post is meant to be "neat".

On the other hand, the girl in the video (Anna Eberhart) thinks it's neat that her video went viral, and she's enjoying her status as "the crazy girl", so stop trying to be her hero.
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Nice how you chose to ignore the word "supposedly" I purposely included to indicate this is not how I feel but rather a statement made by the herbal cigarette companies. Supposedly. Supposedly. Supposedly. Now you can't miss it Big O!
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And I forgot to mention that she also accepts fan submissions, like the last image of an ice cream cone from Malta, taken by @heyhanny who actually lives in Malta. Here's the link:
https://www.facebook.com/Girleatworld/photos/a.1568213636789185.1073741831.1441435586133658/1607332166210665/?type=3&theater

But the 20+ people who submitted their photos, the people whose Instagram account names are included with each pic and easily verified with a simple search, they're probably all submitting fake photos too, right?
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Look, no matter how you meant it claiming something is a fake in this way is just a cry for attention. If you think photos are suspect good for you, but most people just think to themselves "that's a fake" and move on, knowing that leaving a comment is just a way to get people to pay attention to them online and not really going to accomplish anything. I certainly don't care whether you think they're fake or not, nor does Melissa from Girl Eat World or anybody else for that matter, so why leave a comment?

You have issues with the way hand and background look together? The flash from the smartphone hits the hand to lighten it up and make it match the background better, and she has probably applied one of the many Instagram filters to her photos to perfect the look.

Different hand in one photo? That's because she travels with friends, so it may be one of their hands, and Melissa is far more tan at certain points in her travels, which you would know if you actually looked at her site before crying "fake".

But the question remains- why would someone fake something like this? What is she hoping to accomplish by faking it? Her website gets plenty of views without these Instagram photos, so why bother faking it when you've actually traveled to all of these places?

And what is your supposed debunking actually going to accomplish besides making you feel better about yourself? All I'm saying is crying fake without any concrete proof is exactly the same thing the attention seeking Moon Landing deniers are doing, only at this point they've offered up more proof than you have.
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People who constantly claim images are fake or Photoshopped are one of my biggest pet peeves as a blogger. What are you hoping to accomplish by making these claims? If you simply follow the link to her website or any of her other social media accounts you'll see tons of photos clearly taken during her travels, proving she really went to all the places featured in her Girl Eat World series. So why cry Photoshop when you don't know for sure? All this claim does is make you look like one of those people who think we never landed on the moon or that 9/11 never happened. Do some homework before you go around saying everything is fake!
https://girleatworld.net/
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People often make up stories so they have an excuse to post something online, welcome to the internet. And the original poster on Imgur is the one who said he'd never noticed the NSFW image before, but that doesn't mean the rest of the firehouse weren't well aware of the hidden image.
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I have no idea how such a thing would show up at all in this article, and I just double checked everything including all html and don't see anything related to porn links in the article. But if the problem persists please let me know Michael!
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So are you saying these videos are fake?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhQsfyASjwM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyO46RQhYkQ

Also, are you advertising that martial arts school? Just wondering what that has to do with your comment.

I think the proof is in the videos, and since there are a bunch of real videos on YouTube of people cutting down trees with a katana that point really can't be argued.

The steel pipe in the second video isn't exactly a machine gun barrel, but it seems close enough to me to validate what I said in the article.
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via- http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Trope

Above all, a trope is a convention. It can be a plot trick, a setup, a narrative structure, a character type, a linguistic idiom... you know it when you see it. Tropes are not inherently disruptive to a story; however, when the trope itself becomes intrusive, distracting the viewer rather than serving as shorthand, it has become a cliché.

Note that currently the Oxford English Dictionary actually recognizes the definition "a significant or recurrent theme; a motif", its earliest quotation for this meaning being from 1975. Merriam-Webster also somewhat recognizes this meaning, but twists it into "a common or overused theme or device: cliché", which seems unjustly condemning.

The next time you're looking for a place to talk trash and pick a fight via comment look somewhere else Travino, I really don't appreciate your snarky attitude.
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I felt the same way PlaysWithWolves, Adventure was the secret level that started them all and they could have at least gave it props for being the first game with a secret level. But I think the article was aimed at those who were born well after the Atari console came out (Millennials) because their choices are pretty much all 90s and beyond.
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