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Hello.

Could you please help me decyphering this message I found in a music video of the Falling Down song by Oasis? If the gif is too fast, here's that moment in video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlGSfjVod3k&t=106s.

I don't actually know whether there's any sense behind the signs or if it's signed in ASL or other language. I couldn't match it against the ASL charts I found online, the British is two-handed, the closest match I found was in Japanese sign language, but the results were nonsensical. 

If you think this is the wrong place to ask, could you please direct me where I might have a better luck? I have no experience in this.

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i can't tell who you are talking to but i can see your responses. i am looking for help to find a way to make a fingerspelling challenge. but i wish to use my own alpha numeric sign that will be like a deaf equal right bill as once you learn you will not be able to forget therefore anything learn later will be retained also. once started it can't be undone.

the fingernode fingerspell chart for bill gates..JPG

the fingernode fingernumber chart for bill gates..JPG

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