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(Huffington Post)   Old-and-busted: John Titor. New hotness: Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago. Famous photo shows him as a child at the Gettysburg Address   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 126
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2012-04-28 11:28:25 PM
I want to go back in time and give myself a couple/few winning lottery numbers....
 
2012-04-28 11:30:39 PM

Weaver95: I want to go back in time and give myself a couple/few winning lottery numbers....


Nah, I want to go back and pick rich parents.
 
2012-04-28 11:31:31 PM

robmilmel: Weaver95: I want to go back in time and give myself a couple/few winning lottery numbers....

Nah, I want to go back and pick rich parents.


if you REALLY want to f*ck up the time lines, go back and make sure Hitler gets into art school.
 
2012-04-28 11:50:12 PM
He's just pissed that he had to bring his own weapons.
 
2012-04-29 12:05:58 AM
Why would the government issue him the wrong size shoes? That seems sloppy. But I guess we are talking government employees here.
 
2012-04-29 12:09:30 AM

ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha: [desmond.imageshack.us image 392x121]


Looks like a good movie.
 
2012-04-29 12:20:13 AM
cache.gizmodo.com

This guy has everyone beat
 
2012-04-29 12:23:41 AM

DamnYankees: ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha: [desmond.imageshack.us image 392x121]

Looks like a good movie.


I just hope they keep the hairstyle.
 
2012-04-29 12:24:13 AM
I love his cheese.
 
2012-04-29 02:34:26 AM
It's DARPA not DERPA
 
2012-04-29 03:13:59 AM

ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha: [desmond.imageshack.us image 392x121]


i1222.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-29 03:15:38 AM

Weaver95: robmilmel: Weaver95: I want to go back in time and give myself a couple/few winning lottery numbers....

Nah, I want to go back and pick rich parents.

if you REALLY want to f*ck up the time lines, go back and make sure Hitler gets into art school.


Well, there would be a lot more delis.
 
2012-04-29 03:20:14 AM
Cool story, bro.
 
2012-04-29 03:22:30 AM

Weaver95: robmilmel: Weaver95: I want to go back in time and give myself a couple/few winning lottery numbers....

Nah, I want to go back and pick rich parents.

if you REALLY want to f*ck up the time lines, go back and make sure Hitler gets into art school.


How? Hitler was a terrible artist.
 
2012-04-29 03:22:53 AM
Is it research chemicals,normal drugs,mental illness or combo of all three that make them think this shiat? Does this guy and the alien weirdos from yesterday truly believe in the stories they tell people or is it just weirdos trying to get their 15 minutes? What combination of crazy do you need to be able to be a lawyer yet at the same time claim you have traveled time as part of a secret government program?

/still can't believe they're making a movie about time traveler ad guy.
 
2012-04-29 03:24:59 AM
Jack Daniels sent me on time travels.
 
2012-04-29 03:27:33 AM
Hacker_X: How? Hitler was a terrible artist.

Are you kidding me?! His work was to die for!
 
2012-04-29 03:31:24 AM
students.cis.uab.edu
 
2012-04-29 03:32:50 AM

A Terrible Human: Is it research chemicals,normal drugs,mental illness or combo of all three that make them think this shiat? Does this guy and the alien weirdos from yesterday truly believe in the stories they tell people or is it just weirdos trying to get their 15 minutes? What combination of crazy do you need to be able to be a lawyer yet at the same time claim you have traveled time as part of a secret government program?

/still can't believe they're making a movie about time traveler ad guy.


Especially in light of this. I'd like to do some verification, though.
 
2012-04-29 03:33:50 AM
I don't want your money. I want a proof of life, or I'll take your family a part piece by piece,
you understand me? Piece by piece!

He'll get more don in a weekend that 10 years of your courts, so just stay out of his way.

Did you say goodbye to her?
Answer my Question! Did you say goodbye to her?
No!

I got all the time in the world. You don't but I do.

Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.

Last wish, please.
Last wish? I wish...you had.....more time.
 
2012-04-29 03:35:04 AM
It's HuffPo, can you believe anything coming out of that rag?
 
2012-04-29 03:37:18 AM
Just saw the episode. I'm convinced.

cdn.geckoandfly.com

Ancient star rituals summoning higher powers....
Legends of otherworldy beings travelling through time...
And scientific theory revealing the secrets of the universe...

Are alien beings really from out of this world? Or might they be evidence of man's future technological achievements?
Millions of people around the world believe we have been visited in the past by extraterrestial beings...what if..it were true?

Did Ancient Aliens really help to shape our history? And if so, might new evidence reveal the exstence of Time Travellers!?????
 
2012-04-29 03:37:50 AM
Well that blurry picture sure convinces me. The government used kids and sent them back in time. OF COURSE THEY DID!


Sadly I'm sure that lots of Huffington Post readers will believe this crap.
 
2012-04-29 03:40:02 AM
img36.imageshack.us

/impressed

/thanks image shack
 
2012-04-29 03:40:36 AM
img.thesun.co.uk
 
2012-04-29 03:40:57 AM

Weaver95: I want to go back in time and give myself a couple/few winning lottery numbers....



If I could go back in time, I'd buy myself some winning lottery tickets and build myself a time machine.
 
2012-04-29 03:41:51 AM
I read this same article on Huffington Pre.
 
2012-04-29 03:42:31 AM
Just think about it..if he changed the timeline, would anyone remember the old timeline? How many time has history changed and we do not know about?
 
2012-04-29 03:45:50 AM

buckler: Especially in light of this. I'd like to do some verification, though.


Do you think if that guy actually wrote it he'll get any money from the movie?

GungFu: build myself a time machine.


So you could then go back in time and build another time machine so you could go back even further in time and build another time machine so you could even further back than that and build another time machine?
 
2012-04-29 03:46:43 AM
Either mental illness or a prank.

But a little bit of me wants it to be true.


/I want to believe
 
2012-04-29 03:49:17 AM

GreatGlavinsGhost: ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha: [desmond.imageshack.us image 392x121]

[i1222.photobucket.com image 591x180]


I'm so stealing that.
 
2012-04-29 03:53:37 AM

A Terrible Human: buckler: Especially in light of this. I'd like to do some verification, though.

Do you think if that guy actually wrote it he'll get any money from the movie?


That's what I'm curious about, too. The article I linked is a bit old, and I'm wondering if he's going to appear to demand royalties or some other payment, which might give his story some credence if he has the documentation to back it up. Right now I find it an amusing "wheels within wheels within wheels" situation.
 
2012-04-29 04:06:38 AM

Point02GPA: I read this same article on Huffington Pre.


Well played.
 
2012-04-29 04:07:39 AM
FTA:
Since 2004, Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in "Project Pegasus," a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

A picture of the Pegasus device:
images.wikia.com

/Probably obscure...
//Commissioner Baldwin would not be amused that he let himself be photographed
 
2012-04-29 04:13:12 AM

Comsamvimes: FTA:
Since 2004, Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in "Project Pegasus," a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

A picture of the Pegasus device:
[images.wikia.com image 493x371]

/Probably obscure...
//Commissioner Baldwin would not be amused that he let himself be photographed


Ha! I'd forgotten about that. Kind of interesting.
 
2012-04-29 04:14:53 AM
I have no experience with this but who's to sat it didn't happen? We weren't there.
 
2012-04-29 04:16:30 AM
Have you transcended both time and space?

Time, not space. Wait. No. I don't know what you're talking about.
 
2012-04-29 04:17:18 AM

AbbeySomeone: I have no experience with this but who's to saty it didn't happen? We weren't there.


fixed
 
2012-04-29 04:20:50 AM

cman: [cache.gizmodo.com image 640x424]

This guy has everyone beat


He looks exactly like my 8th grade English teacher, and if it did turn out to be him, I wouldn't be surprised at all. Okay, maybe a little surprised about the entire time travel thing.
 
2012-04-29 04:22:11 AM
SoxSweepAgain~

Thanks.

I see much peace and happiness in your pic.
 
2012-04-29 04:43:27 AM
I'm posting this comment from the future.
 
2012-04-29 04:47:35 AM
 
2012-04-29 04:48:24 AM

shower_in_my_socks: I'm posting this comment from the future.


Do you remember the winning lottery numbers from next week?
 
2012-04-29 04:52:34 AM
Very cool story bro.
 
2012-04-29 04:58:23 AM
Project Pegasus is a pretty lame name. What the hell does a flying horse have to do with time travel?
 
2012-04-29 05:06:09 AM
Seriously speaking, if you assume the US government actually has a device for time travel using kids for experiments does make perfect sense.
There are a lot of historical events where you could send a kid and nobody would pay attention to them. Plus, if the kid tried to tell anybody they were part of a top secret time travel program it would automatically be discounted as just another imaginative kid.

Even if you assume the guy isn't completely insane or just a weird liar and he was part of a program it is far more likely to have been something like MK Ultra.
 
2012-04-29 05:09:13 AM

Hacker_X: How? Hitler was a terrible artist.


Most artists are terrible artists. Just don't tell the hipsters pretenders that a red splotch on a canvas isn't art.
 
2012-04-29 05:18:38 AM

Hacker_X: Even if you assume the guy isn't completely insane or just a weird liar and he was part of a program it is far more likely to have been something like MK Ultra.


Honestly this is a far more interesting thing to think about than his time travel nonsense because of MK Ultra and it's predecessor Project ARTICHOKE having actually happened with proof of it happening.
 
2012-04-29 05:23:02 AM
If one was running such a program as Project Pegasus, once you were done with it couldn't you go back in time and make sure the project never started in the first place in order to cover your tracks?
 
2012-04-29 05:26:36 AM

Comsamvimes: FTA:
Since 2004, Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in "Project Pegasus," a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

A picture of the Pegasus device:
[images.wikia.com image 493x371]

/Probably obscure...
//Commissioner Baldwin would not be amused that he let himself be photographed


Obscure? WHAT?

That's the first thing I thought of when I read the the article! "Wasn't this the plot of one of the Journeyman games?"
 
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