Ok, pardon my exuberance, but...
This is so cool - Like the new Allstate commercial says, "you can't put it on the internet if it's not true!
The back story...
I wrote an article, in response to a Hubber's question, during the question contest month, about the so-called Baltic Sea UFO that was in the news in 2010/2011.
I won't place a link, but if you re interested, you can find it. - Baltic Sea UFO, Unidentified Submerged Object, or Hoax [video]
I took a few true facts, a you tube video, and went wide making up the story, (all bogus), and photo-shopping a bunch of fake images. ps. I even included a disclaimer at the end.
Good search page placement, In fact I was searching for stuff to write a follow-up article to link to the one getting all the traffic
And I found this... http://youtu.be/8z54oArvFVA - an excellent, professional looking video, - using all my fake data, names, and images. Somebody put a lot of effort in the video...
The "So cool" part is that the last 2/3s of the video are all based on my bogus stuff, and most of the text screens were verbatim....cool
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