Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Thanks to Amy, we now know that Marie Muchmore denied taking the Elm Street portion of the film attributed to her. And therefore, the source of it is in doubt, and we don't know who took it, or even whom to consider took it besides her. But, we do know that the angular perspective was about the same. And I tell you, there is something about punkery that compromises a person's ability to think. An 8th grade Math student can tell you that angles are independent of distance. It's the same angle no matter how far back you go. So, they didn't have to be in the same spot; they just had to be at the same angle.
That Muchmore and Moorman were taken at the same angle is proven by the fact that the capture of the Kennedys is very much the same. For all practical purposes, they are identical. They are in the same position to each other and to the camera in both Muchmore and Moorman.
It proves that it's the same moment in time. And at that moment in time, we can clearly see in Muchmore that it is Martin's wheel that is encroaching on the limo wheel. Hmmm. I wonder if punkery will cause him to deny that too. We'll see, won't we. And for years now I have been saying that the so-called windshield, handlebar, clam-like hand, and forearm in the lower right corner of Moorman are all fake; it's art; lousy, evil, rotten art. So, why would he ask me why we see something that I have forever been saying is fake? Punkery. Punkery. Punkery.
Get used to seeing this, Punk, because you are going to be seeing it a lot. Every time.