James Eugene "Jim" Carrey (born January 17, 1962) is a Canadian and American actor, comedian, and producer. Carrey has received four Golden Globe Award nominations, winning two. Known for his highly energetic slapstick performances, he has been described as one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood. 
Nice try at the end to play it off by saying... "We're Aliens..." Definitions of alien:
•foreigner: a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country
•stranger: anyone who does not belong in the environment in which they are found
•not contained in or deriving from the essential nature of something; "an economic theory alien to the spirit of capitalism"; "the mysticism so foreign to the French mind and temper";"jealousy is foreign to her nature"•estrange: arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness; "She alienated her friends when she became fanatically religious"•extraterrestrial being: a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its atmosphere
How can you make a whole generation of junkees? (seriously though, this was the early 60's)
(Notice also that the american flag pops up in his eyes after he takes the pill - BE PATRIOTIC)
Underdog is an American animated television series that debuted October 3, 1964, on the NBC network under the primary sponsorship of General Mills, and continued in syndication until 1973, for a run of approximately 124 episodes.
Underdog, Shoeshine Boy's heroic alter-ego, appeared whenever love interest Sweet Polly Purebred was being victimized by such villains as Simon Bar Sinister or Riff Raff. Underdog always speaks in rhymes, such as, "There's no need to fear, Underdog is here!"
When he is not Underdog, he is incognito as a shoeshine boy. Like Superman, when trouble calls, he hurriedly dresses in a phone booth (which would inexplicably explode upon his conversion). In order to release his powers, he must take an "Underdog Super Energy Pill". The "Underdog Energy Vitamin Pill" was first introduced in Episode 10. He keeps one of these pills inside a special ring he wears at all times. (Before taking one, he would often utter the words: "The secret compartment in my ring I fill / with an Underdog Energy Vitamin Pill".) Several episodes show Underdog losing the ring and being powerless, since he must take another pill as his super powers begin to fail ("Without my Super Energy Pill / I grow weaker and weaker and weaker still"). When the series was syndicated in the 1980s and 1990s, the scenes of him taking his energy pill were edited out.
Rain Man is a 1988 comedy-drama film written by Barry Morrow and Ronald Bass and directed by Barry Levinson. It tells the story of an abrasive and selfish yuppie, Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise), who discovers that his estranged father has died and bequeathed all of his multimillion-dollar estate to his other son, Raymond, a man with autism of whose existence Charlie was unaware.
Rainman, which stands for Remote Automated Information Manager, is the proprietary publishing platform of AOL (formerly America Online). It was conceptualized and coding started by Marc Seriff and completed by Craig Dykstra, both AOL founders. Rainman code is used to create forums and pages on the AOL service by AOL and content partners of the company.
AOL has recently begun using the universal HTML code to publish content and information to its service, moving away from its own publishing language, and migrating numerous forums to web-based content.
Rainman commands and access are kept strictly confidential by AOL, which provides training and usage rights only to company and partner staff. However, Rainman commands have been extensively documented on the Internet, although AOL accounts without Rainman rights are unable to publish modifications/pages/keywords to the system. Many AOL security issues have historically been the result of hackers gaining access to Rainman software, with and without elevated accounts; this has become less of an issue since AOL's late-1990s introduction of SecurID protection for Rainman-enabled accounts.
Over the years Rainman added a lot of enhancements and additional functionality such as HTML and mixed content publishing support, conditional content display based on variety of criteria (for instance, time), tracking and metrics, open interfaces, and many others. Last major releases of Rainman were in 2006/2007 to support UNPT AOL Welcome Screen publishing.
Some AOL volunteers formerly engaged in Rainman editing. This access was widely [but not universally] terminated due to Department of Labor guidelines which prevent volunteers of for-profit companies from performing duties substantially similar to those of paid employees.
"Make some noise for everybody that lost their lives so we could live ours."
This statement seems really odd when you think about the context in which, when & where it is being said.
Repetition is a big part of mind control / Conditioning
After placing the Victims of 9/11 & then "buildings" on the fancy screens, then showing them "collapse"... how do you think that effected those watching those subconsciously while they we're being indoctrinated with just about every means?