Tuesday, July 14, 2009

What type of freaky movies do they watch in the press cabin on Air Force One

Reuters photo show curious images on Air Force One TV screen, however the AP appears to have blacked out the same screen

This Reuters photo of Willie Mays aboard Air Fore One, which was flying President Barack Obama to St. Louis for tonight's Major League Baseball All-Star Game, caught our attention because of what looks to be questionable adult content on the plane's TV screen. Although we have already heard from friends that it might be footage from "Planet of the Apes" we can only imagine the reaction of those who don't have the luxury of that information. Right wingers across America are probably saying this is just "another sign that Obama is a homo loving commie."

Hall of Fame baseball player Willie Mays (C) talks, while flying as a guest of U.S. President Barack Obama aboard Air Force One, on the way to the MLB All-Star game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, July 14, 2009. President Obama will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Major League Baseball's All-Star Game in August, administration officials said on Tuesday. At left is White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES POLITICS SPORT BASEBALL)
In an AP photo shot at the same time (the one above is from Reuters) the screen is black, did the AP censor the "objectionable material?" It seems that way.

Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Mays signs autographs as he visits with members of the White House Press Corps, Tuesday, July 14, 2009, aboard Air Force One while flying to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)

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