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    Cool MANDELA EFFECT IN ACTION: 80's Mountie Show Deleted...

    I distinctly remember this program coming on Saturday mornings around 11 AM in the late 80's about this Mountie interacting with townspeople in rural areas of Canada. It wasn't dramatic or high-budget like Due South; I seem to recall it being very lighthearted and looking more like something you would see on a public broadcasting channel--with the same rocky mountain vicinity being shown in every episode. It is weird that I remember it so vividly because frankly I did not like the show: I was 9 years old and I wanted there to be more cartoons on (11 AM was when they would start showing live-action programming). Recently though, I wanted to find out more about this interesting show, but apparently it never existed or is just not known on the internet...

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    I wonder if TV Guide scans from the 1980's exist. The name is simply forgotten. I'd kill to recall the names of a half dozen shows/movies I know I watched long ago.
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    Aliens advanced enough to visit us can also upload planets into a quantum computer simulation. Maybe the Mandela effect is caused by flaws in the code.

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