13:23:08

One time I had bought some new glasses and the guy at the glasses store tried to sell me a little bottle of cleaning spray. I asked him what was in it and eventually he admitted, water and a little soap. Like no thanks bro I have access to both of those

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16:16:19

I love how Malcolm gladwell's books are so bad they can't even be categorized. The back of the box will say "Psychology/Self-help". Or "History/Business". "Science/Anecdote". "Sociology/Pets"

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17:48:25

blackpill on propaganda is it doesn't even work that well

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17:56:00

the biggest lie the devil ever told was that the devil's lies made a big difference

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17:57:40

it's not so easy to control what people think. The sad truth is that our memetic environment is chaotic and memes are strange attractors within it

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17:59:18

humans are influenced by narratives but narratives are hyper objects, with too many factors for any one person to comprehend. controlling a narrative is like riding a sandworm

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18:09:47

https://t.co/owjDqrwIiy

image from twitter

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18:12:54

blackpill on the epistemic environment is it's always adversarial

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18:49:48

if propaganda works so well, then this image should be the cure https://t.co/nOZvownFqw

image from twitter

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19:46:59

People in my replies saying propaganda does work: your snitching on yourself

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20:09:45

I don't care if Elon buys Twitter, for the same reason I don't care if Netflix cracks down on password sharing https://t.co/FHMolMPJLw

image from twitter

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21:31:48

the fucking cubic hierarchy of shapes relatea to the frenology of memetic infrastructure! nobody is talking about this

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