Charlie Chaplin’s Time Traveler and Pokemon Anime Creator Dies at 61
Over the weekend (Halloween and All Saints Day), I was reading a few tweets when I saw this video about an alleged time traveler in a 1920’s silent film “The Circus” by Charlie Chaplin.
I was ready to believe anything when it comes to “time traveling”. I mean, it’s the least bit of future hype we talk about and having to discuss the remote possibility of time travel is my own conspiracy heroin.
Below is the controversial clip:
Now of course I googled up a few links that may lead to a more “present” answer. The popular one I’ve seen is that it’s a hearing aide and the lady was just muttering to herself on how it’s not working well or the fact that she’s not very comfy with it.
To consider it as a mobile device would raise a few more questions:
1. Who was she talking to?
2. Does it mean that the lady was with other time travelers?
It’s weird in a good sense. I like the theory of time travel and I wouldn’t mind believing that this clip shows an actual footage of a time traveler.
In other news, Pokemon anime creator dies at 61. From this article:
He is also credited as the sole writer for the first three Pokemon movies, as well as many novels based on the series.Over the weekend, Mr Shudo was found to have collapsed at a train station in Nara City and was rushed to hospital. He was pronounced dead soon after, suffering from a subarchnoid hemorrhage.
Shudo worked as cheif writer of many of the Pokemon episodes from 1997 to 2002. He also wrote for ‘The Magical Princess Minky Momo”.
I never really enjoyed the series much but it’s a good children’s show that made me smile back then. Thanks for all the fun Mr. Takeshi Shudo.