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Antifa Mug Shots

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on September 1, 2020 by andelino

For your viewing pleasure! Naturally, these shiny happy pics speak for themselves…

This women’s nick-name is “Alice Phallus.” I do not know why she is called that, nor do I want to know!

The MSM calls these Mug shots just “shiny happy people” holding hands.

Nothing to see here but pages of “Sophomoric Yearbook” photographs.

Emotional Contagion

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2014 by andelino

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Have you ever wondered why you’re “happy” one day and then “sad” the next? Do your best friends make “you” want to laugh, or slit “your” throat?

Have you just seen a “depressing” movie, or watched the weekend “comedy” shows on MSNBC and come away with the “distinct” feeling that life is a “cruel and meaningless” joke?

Well “fret” no longer, there is “hope.” The research team at “Facebook” has discovered the reason for your “bi-polar” malady “Emotional Contagion.”

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The National Academy of Sciences in “conjunction” with Facebook investigators has determined that your “emotions” are being “manipulated” by shadowy forces just waiting to “pounce” on you and “ruin” your day.

Facebook conducted a massive “psychological” experiment on 689,003 users, manipulating their “news” feeds to assess the “effects” on their emotions.

The details of the experiment were published in an article entitled “Experimental Evidence Of Massive-Scale Emotional Contagion Through Social Networks” published in the journal “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.”

The short version is, Facebook has the ability to make you feel good or bad, just by “tweaking” what shows up in your “news” feed.

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The experiment tested whether “emotional contagion” occurs between individuals on Facebook, a question the authors (a Facebook scientist and two academics) tested by using an “automated system” to reduce the amount of “emotional” content in Facebook “news” feeds.

The authors found that when they “manipulated” user timelines to reduce “positive” expressions displayed by others “people produced fewer positive posts and more negative posts; when negative expressions were reduced, the opposite pattern occurred.”

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The results suggest that “emotions expressed by others on Facebook influence our own emotions, constituting experimental evidence for massive-scale contagion via social networks.”

For a long time research on “emotional contagion” was premised on the need for in-person and nonverbal cues, this experiment suggests “in-person interaction and nonverbal cues are not strictly necessary for emotional contagion, and that the observation of others’ positive experiences constitutes a positive experience for people.”

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The study has “troubling” implications for Facebook’s ability to “manipulate” the user experience for a “variety of ends” suggesting that what a user “agrees to” in the Data Use Policy is critically important.

The authors were able to conduct the research because in their words, automated testing “was consistent with Facebook’s Data Use Policy, to which all users agree prior to creating an account on Facebook, constituting informed consent for this research.”

What “harm” might flow from manipulating user “timelines” to create emotions? Well, consider the “controversial” study published last year (not by Facebook researchers) that said companies should “tailor” their marketing to women based on “how they felt” about their appearance.

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That marketing study began by examining the “days and times” when women felt the “worst” about themselves, finding that women felt most “vulnerable” on Mondays and felt the “best” about themselves on Thursdays.

The marketing study suggested companies should “concentrate media during prime vulnerability moments, aligning with content involving tips and tricks, instant beauty rescues, dressing for the success, getting organized for the week and empowering stories… Concentrate media during her most beautiful moments, aligning with content involving weekend guides, weekend style, beauty tips for social activities and positive stories.”

The Facebook study, combined with last year’s marketing study suggests that marketers may not “need to wait” until Mondays or Thursdays to have an “emotional” impact, instead social media companies may be able to manipulate “timelines and news feeds” to create “emotionally fueled” marketing opportunities.

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How did Facebook manipulate “news” feeds to create “emotional contagion?”

They relied on an automated system that identified “positive or negative” words based on an electronic dictionary. They then reduced the “positive” content in some users news feeds, finding that when the positive content was “reduced”, a larger percentage of “words” in people’s status updates were “negative” and a smaller “percentage” were positive. When “negativity” was reduced, the “opposite” pattern occurred.

The authors found, “these results suggest that the emotions expressed by friends, via online social networks, influence our own moods, constituting, to our knowledge, the first experimental evidence for massive-scale emotional contagion via social networks and providing support for previously contested claims that emotions spread via contagion through a network.”

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The massive research effort, undertaken in January of 2012, shows just how the “fiendish” scheme is deployed by those “evil manipulators” of society. Read this summary at your “peril” for the science is “now” complete!

You are in fact, a “brainless” wondering lamb, subject to the “thoughts and emotions” of nameless, faceless “forces” lurking all about us.

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Facebook Scientist Who Secretly Manipulated People’s Emotions: My Bad

Happy Mascot

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on May 25, 2014 by andelino

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In Honor of the “Happy” mascot officially to be introduced nationwide on May 23, 2014.

A new McDonald’s Corp. (MCD) character named “Happy” is inspiring a different emotion among Twitter users, namely “fear.”

The box-shaped creature with “Gumby” like arms, bulging eyes that “pop out of the top” of his head and a “gaping” mouth filled with large “teeth” was intended to promote healthier “Happy Meals” for kids.

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So far, though, it’s mainly drawn “alarm and ridicule” on social media.

Since debuting on Twitter in an official McDonald’s post yesterday, “Happy” has elicited responses such as “I think I’m going to have nightmares,” “What the fuck is that creature?” and “THAT! is scary!”

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Twitter users commented on everything from his “disturbing” features to his uncanny “resemblance” to actor Gary Busey.

A video featuring “Happy” was posted to the McDonald’s Facebook page, drawing additional scorn: “Epic fail,” “I regret watching this” and “This makes me crave Burger King.”

“Happy” was first introduced to France in 2009, then later Latin America. The mascot will “officially” be introduced nationwide on May 23.

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In addition to “Happy,” McDonald’s announced plans to add “Go-Gurt Low-Fat Strawberry Yogurt” as an option in its “Happy Meals.”

Starting July 4, the chain will offer a “50-calorie” version of the yogurt made specifically for McDonald’s by General Mills with 25 percent “less sugar” than the conventional Go-Gurt.

Later this year, McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S. will begin promoting only “milk, juice or water” as a beverage choice to children on “menu boards and in advertising,” according a recent press release.

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McDonald’s hopes the “character” gets a friendlier “reaction” from children. The mascot “is about bringing more fun and excitement to kids’ meals, while serving as an ambassador for balanced and wholesome eating” Oak Brook, Illinois-based McDonald’s said in a statement.

As America faces an “obesity” epidemic, the world’s largest fast-food chain is trying to improve “nutrition”, including in the meals it sells to kids. The chain started automatically including “apple” slices and a smaller portion of “French” fries in its Happy Meals in 2012.

Even “capitalist” mega corporations who profit off the “slave labor of low-wage workers” are succumbing to the “powers” of the White House.

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Happy’s “duty” to the masses of the world will be to “agitate” the children to “sacrifice” their enjoyable high-calorie burgers, nuggets, and sugary drinks for Michelle Obama’s “approved meals” of fresh fruits, vegetables and low-sugar beverage options like milk and water.

The efforts to “educate, indoctrinate, and intimidate” others to adopt the philosophy of Washington D.C.’s “Food Czar” has once again proven that “resistance” is futile in the “re-education” program of “starving” our children.

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Given that under the new policy eating is mostly discouraged, “Happy” needs to be “Happier” so as to more fully convey the joys of “mandated” fast food “roughage” choices.

I am thoroughly confused. I thought that Michelle Obama was the first “Food Czar” advocating “balanced and wholesome” eating and now McDonald’s wants to “deprive” the First Lady of this “recognition” and potential “nomination” for a Nobel Prize in cultural food “starving” science.

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What a bunch of “white” racists at McDonald’s headquarters.

Back on November 20, 2013 the Black McDonald’s Operators Association of Chicago and Northwest Indiana gave out free meals to only “black” folks who were homeless calling it “food for the body and spirit.”

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When the “White McDonald’s Owners Association” heard about “how racist” the “Black McDonald’s Operators Association” were, they also “decided”  to offer free meals only to the “white” folks who are homeless.

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