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Israeli Birth Certificate Article Disappears!!! (Or, The Invisible Hanukoglu???)

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 19:00
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Though A Little Lax Scientifically, Hanukoglu Prepares To Apply Phenolphthalein To The Computer Screen

Hmmm. Remember that BIG STORY yesterday about that Israeli scientist, a Mr. Israel Hanukoglu, claiming Obama’s long form is a phony??? Well, just guess what happens today when you hit the World Net Daily link for the Israeli Scientist’s article:

(Click on Image to enlarge.)

Here is the WND link again, so you can try it for yourself:

I played around the website a little, and the 404 still shows up, even if you try to link from the site index page. Oh, I wonder what happened??? I hope the swift response from The Birther Think Tank played a part in this. Plus, Dr. Conspiracy discovered the article was an inaccurate retread from May 2011. (See links below in Note 2.)

Israel Hanukoglu??? Uh, No My Name Is Smith. Uh, Fred Smith.

Well, I guess Mr. Hanukoglu just couldn’t fix this problem by putting a band-aid on it.

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

Note 1. The Images. These are from the 1933 film, The Invisible Man.

Note 2. Links. Here is a link to yesterday’s Internet Article about this:

Here is the link to Dr. Conspiracy’s article:

Note 3. Put A Band-Aid On It:  Word playing on the Invisible Man’s bandage disguise. This is an American idiom which means:

A temporary solution to a problem, or something that seems to be a solution but has no real effect.

Usage notes: Band-Aid is a trademark for a thin piece of sticky material used to cover small cuts on the body.

A few food and medical supplies were delivered to the region but it was little more than a Band-Aid.

Note 4. The Image Caption And Easter Egg.  WTF, Phenolphthalein??? Well, it lends that scientific air to this Internet Article. And according to Wiki, phenolphthalein is:

A white or pale yellow crystalline powder, C20H14O4, used as an acid-base indicator, in making dyes, and formerly in medicine as a laxative. Because of its toxicity, it is no longer used in over-the-counter laxatives.

Sooo, get the word plays??? Bring out the base. A little lax.


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