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Oprah’s miraculous transformation

The other day, our Steve did a post on actress Raven-Symone refreshingly insisting she’s an American, instead of a hyphenated “African-American.”

Raven-Symone said that in an interview 3 days ago with Oprah Winfrey. Here’s the video:

I took a screenshot from the video, then cropped it to show just Oprah. I think you will agree with me that Oprah looks like Oprah in this pic (below), taken just three days ago.


Imagine my surprise when I saw the cover of the new (November) issue of O, The Oprah Magazine in a Daily Mail story:


Here’s a side-by-side comparison of Oprah-in-the-video (l) and Oprah-on-O‘s-cover (r):


You wouldn’t think the obese dumpy woman with dull skin and hair on the left is the same person as the full-figured-but-trim woman on the right, with slimmer arms and thighs, an actual waist, glowing skin, and lustrous flowing hair.

Such is the miracle of Photoshop!

But didn’t Oprah base her entire talk show on how women should have self-esteem and not let themselves be brainwashed and oppressed by society’s standards of beauty? What happens to women’s self-esteem when they compare themselves to (the totally unreal, photoshopped) Oprah in O magazine?

She’s quite the hypocrite, isn’t she?



Beware of the assertion a picture was “photoshopped”

To the authors, editors and readers of FOTM, I would give a word of caution.

The controversy surrounding the atrocity at Sandy Hook is based on the many suspicious anomalies in the reporting of the story, and the disgusting rush to capitalize on it as an opportunity for political agendas.

One thing I have seen frequently is the statement that this picture or that has been “photoshopped”. I have looked closely at a number of these photos, and find little or no grounds for these assertions. Photoshop is the bread and butter of my business, and I know its strengths and weaknesses. Some pictures I’ve seen have been tampered with, but many show no sign of it.

We have plenty of reasons to ask questions. But I would spare people from being misled by false photoshop claims. There is enough real evidence without this waste of time.


Ann Barnhardt’s Theory

Gosh,  I get such a kick out of the way this woman thinks!  I’m inclined to agree with her.  I’m posting just a little of her lengthy and totally amusing theory of the Mysterious Origins of The One!  -LTG

After reading Jack Cashill’s work on Obama’s fake nativity narrative, here is what I suspect his legal status is. I suspect that Obama was in fact born in Kenya and later gained Indonesian citizenship, but is NOT a U.S. citizen today, and probably never was. I wasn’t always in that camp. I initially suspected that he was born in Hawaii, but that his real BC had some unsavory data on it that he wanted hidden. I don’t think that is the case anymore. The hospitals have NOTHING, he obviously has no Hawaiian BC, and Cashill’s work shows that Stanley Ann Dunham was enrolled, living and present with eyewitnesses, at the University of Washington within a couple of weeks of Obama’s purported birth date in August of ’61.

I think Stanley Ann was deluded enough to believe that Barack Sr. and she were going to be the Communist dictators of Kenya (a la Juan and Eva Peron in Argentina), and thus flew to Kenya with the intent of presenting herself to Barack Sr.’s family like some sort of pathetic Communist princess, and birthing the child in Kenya. She was soundly rejected by Obama’s family for being white, and after giving birth was sent packing, with her half-breed child, by her putative in-laws. I suspect she flew not to Hawaii, but straight to Washington State where the Dunhams had lived and were well-connected, and was set up at UW. Granny Dunham then went to the local records office in Hawaii and remotely registered Barry’s birth with some fake data about Stanley and Barack Sr. living together (which was common in Hawaii in those days – Hawaiian birth registrations were easy to acquire to the point of being absurd and criminal). This is what generated the automated newspaper birth announcements. 

Read the entire post, PRAY FOR TRACTION dated March 5, 2012 on her blog,