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MSM and i (and you...&We)...? [article]
01-24-2018, 11:17 AM (This post was last modified: 01-24-2018 11:18 AM by eye2i2hear.)
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#TheMedia.? #subconsciouslevels.? #paradigms.? #morality!? #signalsakawords.? #certainty!.? #thereisnoWe!?

#this! (all of it, but if nothin' else, the last coupla paragraphs.?)

By way of some key points (?)¹...

sum1, on FEE.org Wrote:January 23, 2018...
Recently, I read an extended critique of the media that put everything in quite a different light. It is something I believe every working journalist should read. Sixty short pages that explain that not only is there a distinct bias in the mainstream media, but why this is the case. What is of most importance to note is that this bias is not deliberate. It exists on a subconscious level and influences everything the media does. And it does not matter whether the particular media outlet has a left or a right slant.

The author, Robin Koerner, has a masters degree in the philosophy of science and physics from Cambridge. The information is in the first chapter of his book If You Can Keep It: Why We Nearly Lost It & How We Get It Back, a chapter he calls "Mediography."

Bias Exists Within All of Us

... As Koerner explains, both the media and the consumers of information distribute and/or absorb the information within the context of certain paradigms. A paradigm is a framework within which someone observes and comments on the world. It includes one's prejudices and points of view.

The concept was introduced by philosopher Thomas Kuhn in his revolutionary book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. It was popularized by Stephen Covey in his book The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, among others. Covey elaborates on paradigm shifts — a new way of looking at the same thing. Sometimes it can be something as simple as blinking your eyes.
...

Koerner argues that people, both as news producers and news consumers, operate from a certain paradigm, a certain worldview.
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Reporting the News Is an Art

This may seem an odd thought, but I believe news reporting, to some degree, is an art. We didn't just refer to news items as reports when I worked in television news. We called them stories. In fact, we talked about news stories more than we did about news reports. How's the story coming along? Is the story ready yet? Do you need more elements to finish the story? And so on.

Ayn Rand wrote that "art is the selective re-creation of reality according to the artist's metaphysical value-judgments." Koerner notes that the more complex a story is, the more difficult it is to recreate every nuance, every facet, that is relevant to the story. Unless something is reported live, the reporter and editor must select the elements that go into the story. As a television news editor, I reviewed the tapes supplied, selected the visual elements I thought best illustrated the story, and selected the sound bites that were most relevant and, importantly, most succinct. A clearly stated short soundbite is more effective than a long, rambling one.

In selecting the elements to include in the story, a television news editor must, out of necessity, leave out a great deal. A news story is the selective re-creation of an event according to the editor and reporter's value judgments. This greatly affects how a story is presented and also how it is interpreted by the viewer, who applies his own paradigms to understanding the story. Koerner brilliantly explains this with a visual aid. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. Consider the picture below.
[Image: storyfacts-rr.jpg?width=100&height=102]
The reporter and her editor have selected certain facts from a complex story that they believe tells the story, that cover its essentials.

Now, two different viewers may understand those facts differently according to their own paradigms. Rather than a left or right wing perspective, let's say that one viewer favors a circle paradigm. The other a pentagon paradigm. They see the facts presented by the news story as shown below.
[Image: circle-r.jpg?width=100&height=99] [Image: pentagon-r.jpg?width=100&height=99]
Note that they observe exactly the same "facts" as presented in the story. But their paradigms have them interpret those facts differently.

As Koerner puts it,
Quote:"Any argument between those who interpret the situation as a pentagon and those who interpret it as a circle is an argument between news consumers' paradigms. It is not an argument about reality, which is neither a pentagon nor a circle."

So how can a reader or viewer "test his interpretation of the news about an event against the event itself"?

Facts and Truth Are Not the Same Things

Koerner's background is in the philosophy of science, so he goes to that knowledge to resolve the conundrum. First, he notes that "scientists never believe they have the truth." He boldly states that whenever you hear someone say, "It has been scientifically proven that..." chances are the speaker is not a scientist. Scientists are "fundamentally agnostic."

"The path of science," he says, "is the path toward truth. But like all paths, it can be moving toward the destination only if it hasn't yet arrived there. Each step along the way is an ever closer approximation to truth."

He notes that in science, one completely new fact can, "without any previously recognized facts being found to be wrong, totally change the underlying theory that the data as a whole support." As an example, consider the following new fact added to the data reported in the news story.
[Image: extradatapoint-r.jpg?width=100&height=108]
All the facts presented in the original story are true, but this alternative story contains one additional fact that changes the whole paradigm. It can't be a circle andit can't be a pentagon. What the hell is it? Here are the facts upon which the original story and the alternative story are based.
[Image: star-rr.jpg?width=150&height=150]
Aha! And that is a paradigm shift. New data produces a new perspective.

So where can the news consumer go to get additional data points? Koerner tells a story which is very revealing about paradigms. It reminded me of the course I took in linguistics in university. My professor related how different languages evolve to fit particular paradigms. As an example, he noted that the Inuit language has 50 different words for snow. Snow is so important to the Inuit that there are separate words for what in English amounts to the word snow with an adjective modifying it. So there are words that mean wet snow, dry snow, blowing snow, heavy snow, and so on. There are nuances to snow that we don't even recognize.

Koerner tells us that the Chinese word for "should," yinggai, "does not have the connotations of moral obligation that the English word does." The implications of this are mighty.

Chinese culture and language, Koerner tells us, do not incorporate "the Western notion of natural moral law." When he studied Chinese and came to understand this fundamental fact, he realized that there was a great divide between Western and Chinese culture.

"This fundamental fact about Chinese culture plays out whenever we in the West marvel at their apparent lack of concern for human rights within their own country or abroad," he notes. "This means, of course, when we in the West get a concession out of the Chinese in this area," it is not because we have convinced them of a moral point, but rather that they have decided to accommodate us and maintain harmony and a good relationship.

"Harmony and relationship are two notions that are very strong in the Chinese paradigm," he continues, "but they are not based on what someone from the Judeo-Christian culture would regard as an absolute morality." One wonders if our diplomats and political leaders understand these cultural differences when they broach the topic of human rights abuses with their Chinese or other Asian counterparts.
...
If it bleeds, it leads.
In other words, the most violent and extreme occurrences in society are brought to the top of the news heap. This leads to a distortion of perception. It instills fear and paranoia.

The same holds true for political news. Koerner calls this a bias towards what is easily seen. "Voices of moderation (often the voices of peace in situations of conflict or potential conflict) are under-represented, and extreme voices are over-represented in all sectors of the media."
...
The various media operate under certain paradigms and each news consumer looks at the information with his or her own paradigms. A truly objective understanding of the news may take more effort than many want to put in. It takes considering the perspectives of alternative media and of foreign media. But ultimately what we take away from any story is what we put into it.

It is easy to condemn and blame the mainstream media. But the mainstream media reflects its consumers and gives its consumers what they think those consumers want. Ultimately, it is up to the consumer himself to dig deeper if he wants to understand the nuances of the news.

If we as news consumers blithely accept what the mainstream media spoon feeds us, if we accept news filtered through paradigms we may not agree with, if we don't dig deeper to get at the real news, we have no one to blame but ourselves.
[minor text formatting, mine --2i]
entirety, here... (i hope you'll read it --and i welcome any thoughts/feedback/critique/etc)

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* "A clearly stated short soundbite is more effective than a long, rambling one" --is that a paradigm? (who, and how, is "effective" defined/determined? says whom? Rulers? Rules/rules? Those locked in Their Paradigm?)

** is one of the current "Western" paradigms (and perhaps for too many "Easterners" as well/to some degree?), that one should/can speak in Statement form/structure, rather than to seek to present facts' parameters in more questioning form...(ignoring what the author points out regarding the subconscious and "Us all"...? [or, is this 2oo, but anutter i2paradigm...?]
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Is it voluntary? (because if it isn't, what inherently is it?)
And can it be voluntary, if there's indoctrination, intimidation, coercion, threats & initiation of violence?
[not to be confused with asking: can it be said to be "voluntary" even when such is present.?]
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01-24-2018, 01:30 PM
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What are you signaling with this character#

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01-24-2018, 02:27 PM
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(01-24-2018 01:30 PM)Andy Wrote:  What are you signaling with this character#

--&e

My understanding is that the hashtag is some sort of indicator of like posts and such.

Checking [Image: animated-hourglass-image-0001.gif]

Yes.

WickedPedia Wrote:A hashtag is a type of metadata tag used on social networks such as Twitter and other microblogging services, allowing users to apply dynamic, user-generated tagging that makes it possible for others to easily find messages with a specific theme or content; it allows easy, informal markup of folk taxonomy without need of any formal taxonomy or markup language.

Users create and use hashtags by placing the number sign or pound sign # (also known as the hash character) in front of a string of alphanumeric characters, usually a word or unspaced phrase, in or at the end of a message. The hashtag may contain letters, digits, and underscores.[1] Searching for that hashtag will yield each message that has been tagged with it. A hashtag archive is consequently collected into a single stream under the same hashtag.[2] For example, on the photo-sharing service Instagram, the hashtag #bluesky allows users to find all the posts that have been tagged using that hashtag.

Because of its widespread use, hashtag was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2014.[3][4] The term hashtag can also refer to the hash symbol itself when used in the context of a hashtag.[5]

Formal taxonomies can be developed from the folk taxonomy rendered machine-readable by the markup that hashtags provide; this process is called folksonomy.

Examples:

#thanksmichelle

#blacklivesmatter

#badgesdontgrantextrarights

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Was anybody born with innate authority over anybody else?
Then how did authority nobody had get delegated to those who call themselves government?

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01-24-2018, 04:11 PM (This post was last modified: 01-24-2018 04:32 PM by eye2i2hear.)
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(01-24-2018 01:30 PM)Andy Wrote:  What are you signaling with this character#

--&e

Thanx for asking!

It's my/an anarkial (aka liberal?) take on what i've heard called by the young whippersnappers, "a hashtag".

Some historians recording on it:
that Merriam cat Wrote:hashtag: a word or phrase preceded by the symbol # that classifies or categorizes the accompanying text (such as a tweet)

that WikiP dude Wrote:A hashtag is a type of metadata tag used on social networks such as Twitter and other microblogging services, allowing users to apply dynamic, user-generated tagging that makes it possible for others to easily find messages with a specific theme or content; it allows easy, informal markup of folk taxonomy...✂]

[Image: wxp.gif]Of course, you'll have to await the Temple Guard/Authoritizer Grinning Cop Billy NonEntity if you want to Know/knowNo if iYe use it Properly ... Bossin

classifies, categorizes, taxonomy, messaging ... ✔ (add "massaging"? j/k --#ithink?)

i tend to use them as a signal-pointer to key points/terms (the "linking" having to be the readers, as internal linking isn't a forum software feature), either with my other posts' fav rants topix, or to the subject down/up in the post. (but as well, at times, for comedic effect; something i've enjoyed seeing others elsewhere do quite comically/shrewdly/snarcastickley. [classic e.g. see John Oliver's show, Last Week Tonight] Think of it as a sign saying "be sure not to miss/be sure to look for/you didn't miss #this did you?".?

Again, thanks for Enquiring!

--#2i

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1. for one example/instance, facebook automajically converts any characters following a # (until a_space occurs) to a hyperlink, a link thereafter clicked, taking you to other/all facebook posts that correlate to that wording/phrasing (sort of like a general heading --knot2beconfused with a General Heading, the branched equivalent of a Rear Admiral... [Image: default_sideways.gif] see also, #TaxCollector


(01-24-2018 02:27 PM)Habenae Est Dominatus Wrote:  Checking [Image: animated-hourglass-image-0001.gif]

#iluvit!

--i[Image: heart.gif]it
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Is it voluntary? (because if it isn't, what inherently is it?)
And can it be voluntary, if there's indoctrination, intimidation, coercion, threats & initiation of violence?
[not to be confused with asking: can it be said to be "voluntary" even when such is present.?]
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01-24-2018, 05:14 PM (This post was last modified: 01-24-2018 05:21 PM by Andy.)
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(01-24-2018 02:27 PM)Habenae Est Dominatus Wrote:  
(01-24-2018 01:30 PM)Andy Wrote:  What are you signaling with this character#

--&e

My understanding is that the hashtag is some sort of indicator of like posts and such.

Checking [Image: animated-hourglass-image-0001.gif]

Yes.

WickedPedia Wrote:A hashtag is a type of metadata tag used on social networks such as Twitter and other microblogging services, allowing users to apply dynamic, user-generated tagging that makes it possible for others to easily find messages with a specific theme or content; it allows easy, informal markup of folk taxonomy without need of any formal taxonomy or markup language.

Users create and use hashtags by placing the number sign or pound sign # (also known as the hash character) in front of a string of alphanumeric characters, usually a word or unspaced phrase, in or at the end of a message. The hashtag may contain letters, digits, and underscores.[1] Searching for that hashtag will yield each message that has been tagged with it. A hashtag archive is consequently collected into a single stream under the same hashtag.[2] For example, on the photo-sharing service Instagram, the hashtag #bluesky allows users to find all the posts that have been tagged using that hashtag.

Because of its widespread use, hashtag was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2014.[3][4] The term hashtag can also refer to the hash symbol itself when used in the context of a hashtag.[5]

Formal taxonomies can be developed from the folk taxonomy rendered machine-readable by the markup that hashtags provide; this process is called folksonomy.

Examples:

#thanksmichelle

#blacklivesmatter

#badgesdontgrantextrarights

Thanks Habenae. I had thought it was just for tweeting on twitter. I've never used twitter and the only time i read twitter tweets is when they're a graphic in an article.

I'm gonna let this new info percolate on the back burner to see if anything "diabolically" useful can come of it. Devil Prod

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(01-24-2018 04:11 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  you didn't miss #this did you?

I did the same with that as I did with the three examples Habenae gave. That is, I highlighted it and searched duckduckgo. Try it and note the difference. #this

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01-24-2018, 10:02 PM (This post was last modified: 01-24-2018 10:08 PM by eye2i2hear.)
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(01-24-2018 05:14 PM)Andy Wrote:  
(01-24-2018 04:11 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  you didn't miss #this did you?

I did the same with that as I did with the three examples Habenae gave. That is, I highlighted it and searched duckduckgo. Try it and note the difference. #this

i did (just for the heck of it); but can also offer, that one of the popular, to original (?) usages is to not signal having to go www//external=net; rather, it's to send one (mentally) searching within a http://post> a thread> a forum/board (too/instead), no¹?
(i like how that Merriam dude recommended it could be/has been used)

#this = #this
(ya just hafta be/stay on your toes and be observant so as to make the "link" yourself!? or, like who was it, that simply Enquired rather than Ducked...?) Eyebrow Raise

Another option, of course of course, is to use the #justignore'em option, and/or the #freescroll one... Cool

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1. and if it's not popular/cool/happening? anarky, baby, anarky! (or, give it enough time to see if, like with other usages of "#", it eventually catches on!? (or not so much; who knows whether one can be a pioneer2/trendsetter/hipster/fashionista?!)
[reckon who the first dude to use a "hastag" was... once upon a time? ain't it sumpin' how such works?!]
[[i say olde boy, reckon who the first chap to use the word "dude" was?.. ditto, the word "ain't"?...]]
[[[reckon what a Jeeves search turned up the first time someone saw that dude putting in #hashtags and Jeeved it...? ditto a "google"?...]]]

Is it voluntary? (because if it isn't, what inherently is it?)
And can it be voluntary, if there's indoctrination, intimidation, coercion, threats & initiation of violence?
[not to be confused with asking: can it be said to be "voluntary" even when such is present.?]
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01-25-2018, 01:18 AM (This post was last modified: 01-25-2018 01:38 AM by Andy.)
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(01-24-2018 10:02 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  Another option, of course of course, is to use the #justignore'em option, and/or the #freescroll one... Cool


Or, just reply to Habenae for his input and ignore replying to you for your input. Maybe best because if I ignore at the outset, that is, ignore your original post I wouldn't have gotten Habenae's input. I suppose I could have asked what was Eye2 signaling with this # .....and then just ignore your reply. I suppose you may be saying I could ignore and just use the scroll bar to/for your original post because you may not have liked my pointing out that #this doesn't work when manually put in to search. I knew your use of #this was a link and not a 'search for' link.

Some really good insight has come from this. There may be some grammar rules that to go "against" just for the sake of being cute or anarchistic yet may disrupt integral/necessary pattern apps and or pattern recognition process; grammar rules that were designed in synergy with natural brain process. I have a few examples that need further fleshing out. MKultra experts probably know more about this than I. Perhaps I've divulged too much too soon.

--&e

Update.

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1. and if it's not popular/cool/happening? anarky, baby, anarky! (or, give it enough time to see if, like with other usages of "#", it eventually catches on!? (or not so much; who knows whether one can be a pioneer2/trendsetter/hipster/fashionista?!)
[reckon who the first dude to use a "hastag" was... once upon a time? ain't it sumpin' how such works?!]
[[i say olde boy, reckon who the first chap to use the word "dude" was?.. ditto, the word "ain't"?...]]
[[[reckon what a Jeeves search turned up the first time someone saw that dude putting in #hashtags and Jeeved it...? ditto a "google"?...]]]

Facebook, how cool is that as a billion+ flocked to it.

I applaud these two "whistle blowers" for coming forward and speaking out. Others may have visions of going after them with pitchforks for what they have done working at facebook.





--&e

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01-25-2018, 07:31 AM
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(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  Facebook, how cool is that as a billion+ flocked to it.

I applaud these two "whistle blowers" for coming forward and speaking out. Others may have visions of going after them with pitchforks for what they have done working at facebook.





--&e

I will observe that Socratic / Marcratic method, questioning the facts, is good for calling the social media BS out for its errors.

The dopamine hits referred to are caused by what I would call herd mentality. Something I don't always fall for.

I had absolutely no interest in going to that big social function called "Prom". I went to my 5 year class reunion. I decided then, I would not go to another. Peer pressure does not work when I decide to ignore it.

I've had people I've known for a long time unfriend me on Facebook, also known as CIAbook, for asking questions. I have a niece who unfriended me because of my stance on things I've posted that "embarrassed" her in front of her fellow military welfare whores. Why would a former military welfare whore ('76-'80) have an anti military stance? That's just too much thinking, to ponder why somebody would reverse their position.

It's been said that "Being unfriended on Facebook is like the garbage taking itself out." I agree.

I don't care if my questions piss off anybody, so, no dopamine hits for me.

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01-25-2018, 08:32 AM
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(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  
(01-24-2018 10:02 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  Another option, of course of course, is to use the #justignore'em option, and/or the #freescroll one... Cool

Or, just reply to Habenae for his input and ignore replying to you for your input.

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  Maybe best because if I ignore at the outset, that is, ignore your original post I wouldn't have gotten Habenae's input.

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  I suppose I could have asked what was Eye2 signaling with this # .....and then just ignore your reply.

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  I suppose you may be saying I could ignore and just use the scroll bar to/for your original post because you may not have liked my pointing out that #this doesn't work when manually put in to search.

(ps: i "liked" it just fine (or as much as i didn't), fwtw; including, i figured what the results of such a check with Auntie Google would reveal, and sure 'nuff, an actual check verified my probability assessment)

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  I knew your use of #this was a link and not a 'search for' link.

Well wait; sorta? What type of "search" did you mean? Visual search within a post> thread> forum, perhaps? Sign search? If so, then, not so much? Smile (how does that one go... something 'bout I know you think I understand what you thought I heard but I'm not sure you realize that what I heard is not what you meant. --or is it the other one?) ✓j/k

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  Some really good insight has come from this.

✓ "Good" 2hear.
ditto that for me, per the preceding/above (✓ed) signaling.?

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  There may be some grammar rules that to go "against" just for the sake of being cute or anarchistic yet may disrupt integral/necessary pattern apps and or pattern recognition process;

Ah, i had to do a visual check, hearing the "C" word, i was like, "Wait, i thought i was reading &E's post, not a Non&ity post!? (he often labels my posts as "trying to be cute", you may recall)
[note2selves: be sure to locate, study &Apply The Non Rulings under The §tate of Cute VS Poke ...] [Image: wxp.gif]

One tidbit i recall here, was awhile back, some talking about using the tool "[serious]", as adding that to a thread's Subject. How long has it been since there's been one of those? Does #thisone include it? [scrolls back up here...]

Oh, and "necessary"... like in "To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution..."
For the Double Double Jeopardy, Alex: What Is the "Necessary and Proper" Clause in the US Constitution?
[i'll let you put the : poke : here.?]

i admit, it perplexes me how it being #this, there's so much expressed control "concern" about Ruler's Rules --in this case, of The Grammar, Spelling, & Punctuation Code variety. But also of NonCuteness &Seriousness varieties? Anyone here signed such a Social Contract? Do they have a §ection regarding "Cute", as a violation thereof? Ditto, The Rules for using/not using "#hashtags"? (is here where a Marc of a different control arena would coach one to ask for evidence of applicability...?)
[bonus query: ever noticed how "cute" all the emoticons/smilies here are? As one of Batman's nemesis was want to put it: why so serious? (#here); a signal in there somewhere?]

i'll also admit, like many swings from one side, i may be seeking to swing this one a bit far&wide to the other. But because of it's potential, i'm still not #believing thinking that's the case. Another label for power, being control, my Good Lord Acton? And physical aggression how oft having been preceded by verbal aggression? Posting aggression? PAPA¹? Ditto (passive) control attempts? [old habits = hard to brake? ditto nigh fetal induced addictions to ways of thinking]
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Now, Mary, where is that ♫ spoon full of #honey...♪?
(or was it Poppins who sang, ♮ if i had a hammer...?)

Quote: grammar rules that were designed in synergy with natural brain process.

&or, knot sew much...?
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(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  I have a few examples that need further fleshing out. MKultra experts probably know more about this than I. Perhaps I've divulged too much too soon.

&Kultra? Stare

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  Facebook, how cool is that as a billion+ flocked to it.

i propose, only time will tell?
(here's hoping it's the opposite of the billion+ having flocked to "The State"?)
[assuming of course, that by "cool" you didn't mean temperature°...? & a "billion+" is Proper Form? trying to be cute?]

(01-25-2018 01:18 AM)Andy Wrote:  Others may have visions of going after them with pitchforks for what they have done working at facebook.

Or burning 'em at the stake?
(thereisnoWe really need to get around to a thread on defining/determining "harm", via causing such/do no such...?)




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Regarding the Label (aye, Ripsaw?) given... "Ripping society apart"; is that the most accurate? Or might it be more accurate as something like "Revealing further how society has long been ripped apart"? [see the most dangerous superstition's prevailing/sustaining?]
(MKultra experts probably know more about this than I. Perhaps I've divulged too much too soon.)

mye2cents worth (or mYiparadimes worth?)

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1. passive aggressive posting aggression, Abba Daddy?

Is it voluntary? (because if it isn't, what inherently is it?)
And can it be voluntary, if there's indoctrination, intimidation, coercion, threats & initiation of violence?
[not to be confused with asking: can it be said to be "voluntary" even when such is present.?]
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01-25-2018, 12:04 PM
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RE: MSM and i (and you...&We)...? [article]
(01-24-2018 01:30 PM)Andy Wrote:  What are you signaling with this character#
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a headline in mYe newsfeed this AM Wrote:Senators ask social media execs to investigate hashtag
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1. otay, so it actually=fully read: Senators ask social media execs to investigate “ReleaseTheMemo” hashtag
(#ReleaseTheKraken!)

Is it voluntary? (because if it isn't, what inherently is it?)
And can it be voluntary, if there's indoctrination, intimidation, coercion, threats & initiation of violence?
[not to be confused with asking: can it be said to be "voluntary" even when such is present.?]
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01-25-2018, 01:30 PM
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RE: MSM and i (and you...&We)...? [article]
(01-25-2018 12:04 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  1. otay, so it actually=fully read: Senators ask social media execs to investigate “ReleaseTheMemo” hashtag

Someone at LITechNews Wrote:The Alliance for Securing Democracy, the organization behind the social media tracking site Hamilton 68, reported last Friday that real-time data showed that #ReleaseTheMemo was largely being used by accounts identified as controlled by Russian influence campaigns.

“As of right now, #ReleaseTheMemo has been used over 3,000 times (and five other related hashtags are in the top 10),” German Marshall Fund communications Coordinator Bret Schafer said in an email to press last Friday. “In total, they’ve easily shared more than 4,500 hashtags on the topic in the past two days, and our top URL is Assange’s offer to pay for a copy of the memo. That certainly seems to be a sign of a coordinated effort by the bots and trolls.”

... See More News at Long Island Tech News - https://longislandtechnologynews.com/201...o-hashtag/ .


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News Flash! You be the domestic enemy, as was I when I joined the ASA.

(01-25-2018 12:04 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  (#ReleaseTheKraken!)

Wouldn't Release the Marcratic Questions be more terrifying for statists?

Can anybody delegate an authority they don't have?
Was anybody born with innate authority over anybody else?
Then how did authority nobody had get delegated to those who call themselves government?

Show me my personally signed contract wherein I consented to be governed.
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RE: MSM and i (and you...&We)...? [article]
(01-25-2018 01:30 PM)Habenae Est Dominatus Wrote:  #ReleaseTheMemo

Dear NSA,
(01-25-2018 12:04 PM)eye2i2hear Wrote:  (#ReleaseTheKraken!)

Wouldn't Release the Marcratic Questions be more terrifying for statists?

My probability Ass.? .8 likeyhood, They would indeed.
(assuming2 of course, there's enuff #woke [sic]... so there's not a new boss, same as the old boss "revolution" going in circles 2018 style.?)

My ref was more with the likes of Appealing to/demanding of The Control Freaks being more akin with Release The Krakens/Hounds of War ("Dear NSA", "Dear Senator Kraken [R]" --> "Senators" asked = "Senators ask" = "We" ask, etc?) in mind.
[what with sum new boobtoob series just landing, labeled "Waco", it comes to mind, how many called for Release the BATF Crackin!!]

But indeed, let it be, release the marcratic! Two Thumbs Up

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