Some of this stuff can actually be explained by having lived in a pre-internet world.
I can still remember how quiet and simplistic the world was before the internet before the global consciousness.
One of the things that gets brought up in the Mandela Effect is the spelling of Looney Tunes.
Looney Tunes was part of the cartoon series called Merrie Melodies which had musical symbols in the logo and if you think about the logo background it’s actually a record.
When I was a boy there was a spinoff called Tiny Toones so there is some confusion as to how Looney Tunes is supposed to be spelled.
In Mandela Effect the idea is that in an alternate universe it’s spelled as Looney Toones and not Looney Tunes.
The reality is that Looney Tunes was spelled differently than Tiny Toones and before Tiny Toones debuted Rodger Rabbit was made which created Toontown in both the film and in Disney Land.
So it’s understandable why people might remember the spelling of Looney Tunes incorrectly or perhaps the official website being misspelled for a day or two.
It’s not even difficult to understand where perhaps certain products or children’s stories like Berenstain Bears may have been misspelled and not corrected for some time because of the lack of the internet to verify these spellings and facts.
I remember Sinbad the comedian being in a movie called Shazam but clearly Shaq was in that movie not Sinbad.
Sinbad having been pressed about this film and Mandela Effect recalls musing that he was dressed as a genie on a television marathon of the Sinbad fantasy films.
This is sort of like how I debunked The Reptilian and planet Nibiru hoaxes by literature and TV and movie tropes.
It’s an interesting thought and it’s an interesting theory and there is a little part of me that sometimes wonders what if it’s all true but some stuff if you really think about it can probably be explained.