Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by AtlasShrieked, Jun 22, 2008.
What does it mean to you?
It's a Green Day song with a catchy beat?
Or do you mean what it "really" really means?
If I tell you, the little black helicopters will take you to GTMO.
That sure sounds familiar. Isn't it a street famous for many wildly ambitious people going there and most of them failing miserably, like some Hollywood-related street in Los Angelos?
Sunset Blvd in Hollyweird.
Green Day tune? I beg your pardon?
My favorite rendition is of Tony Bennett doing it
of course some youtube idiot misspelled his name...sigh
f*ckin' young people will be working for China and India sooner than later.
a new take on it...more modern with sting...
Tony Bennett The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams Music Video on Yahoo! Music
this person did a cool thing with another version (not really an instrumental...): [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6HOGEx8bac&feature=related]YouTube - Boulevard of Broken Dreams[/ame]
I remember doing something similar with a video only on a personal level... My first web video...let me see if I can find it.
..it might take a while.
wow, 4 1/2 years ago?
a couple of old friends who I did political things with. they became good friends and they led me to other giood friends.
one who was a lifelong friend from years back...a few decades. I was a kid when we met.
sister julie, and the others got the link to this video in an email a week or so later when videos on the web were not all that common. it was a hit,
That is cool.
...now, is anyone going to clue me in as to why this is in the Conspriacy section? Or should I just continue to enjoy the bliss of ignorance?
conspiracies involve paranoia, no?
there is much paranoia going around here.
look at the tools who hide?
...there is more here than meets the eye.
you do know how to use the little arrow on the bottom right? to view more videos? one has to wait until the video is over or fully loaded for the arrow on the bottom right to function as a gallery.
I love the "Left My Heart In San Francisco" video
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