It turns out, 'Obama out' was a tribute to who would replace Obama as the next President, Trump.
From the April 30, 2016 correspondents dinner at the White House to the election, November 8, 2016, was a span of 193-days.
This took place on April 30, 2016.
4/30/2016 = 4+30+20+16 = 70 (Donald Trump's age at time of Election / Inauguration)
4/30/2016 = 4+30+(2+0+1+6) = 43 (Obama, 43rd man to be President)
4/30/2016 = 4+3+0+2+0+1+6 = 16
4/30/16 = 4+30+16 = 50 (Donald = 50) (America = 50)
Of course the 'mic drop' was a tribute to the gang both Trump and Obama work for, the Freemasons.
It was also April 30, 2011, where Obama had a field day making jokes about if Trump was the President of the United States.... the birther argument was big that year.
4/30/11 = 4+30+11 = 45 (Trump, is now the 45th President)
And that was 45-days before Donald Trump's June 14 birthday.
At the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner, Obama joked what a change to a Trump White House would look like.
The third paragraph of this article is interesting.ReplyDelete
"Fictional Barack Obama"
"REAListically, it was only a matter of time before the REAL-life Obama caught up with his make-believe counterparts."
I agree, my eyeballs popped out at that part too!Delete
"OVER AND OUT" = "MONEY TALKS" = 135/ 45 /36 in Pyth/Simple.ReplyDelete
OVER AND OUT = (J) -- 1230 ... (E) -- 810
MONEY TALKS = (J) -- 746
Besides -- OVER AND OUT .. & .. MONEY TALKS, other 135 (P/S):
ROTHSCHILDS , MOUNT SINAI , THE KEY OF DAVID , LUNAR ECLIPSE ,
AFRICAN AMERICANS , NATIVE AMERICAN , CHARLES DARWIN ,
TERRORISM , WALL STREET , STOCK EXCHANGE , PRINCE HARRY ,
STANDING ROCK , DEEP HORIZON , GUANTANAMO BAY
Written by Gregory KRIEG ...ReplyDelete
"KRIEG" means "WAR" ... in GERMAN.
No mention of Ryan Seacrest and his "Seacrest, Out"?ReplyDelete
I found this interesting definition (if true) on urban dictionary...
Coined by Ryan Seacrest as a "sign-off" line. Possibly inspired by the 1960's television series "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea", whose submarine was named the Seaview. When the captain was communicating via radio, he would sign-off as "Seaview out".
The film version came out in '61.