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Some claim hidden messages on TIME's cover, Wendy's logo

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  • Hutterite American Fork, UT
    July 23, 2013 5:28 p.m.

    I once listened to a radio preacher play a whole bunch of song segments backwards, explaining the 'evil' message in each. It needed explanation, since it was not otherwise obvious. The guy had no idea how crazy his assertions sounded, nor did he explain how it is that something he claims to have heard in a song played backward was supposed to effect anyone who played it normally, which is what normal people do. These people who read all kinds of meaning into magazine covers or corporate logos or fast food shapes or wall stains are all kind of like this preacher. A little off kilter.

  • Lagomorph Salt Lake City, UT
    July 23, 2013 6:33 p.m.

    Really? A curiosity, maybe, but barely newsworthy. The Pope Francis cover, with a 3/4 view of the face, doesn't line up right with the points. The other examples have too much "M" showing or are at poor angles to be considered hornish. The Putin cover is the only one at all hornlike (and is arguably the most deserving), but even it is off center. It hardly seems like any conscious intent to send a subliminal message is involved, just Twitterers with too much free time on their hands. Perhaps if they thought in longform instead of 140 characters they could see through the silliness.

    Meh.