@adam Judge Joe Brown wasn't completely accurate in his description, but Bernays and other Americans were definitely huge influences on Nazi propaganda development
I was particularly inspired in episode 1206's discussion of the new "see say something" campaign and I wanted to share it with gitmonation.
I want to create a spoof that uses the same intro of the young woman asking "if you see something why do you say something?" followed by a montage of typical americans saying in different ways, "i say something because i'm terrified i'm going to die a horrible, brutal death"
it's supposed to be comedy. it's still a bit rough
@Premitive1 I watch without commercials - BBC in UK has no commercials
Value: it’s being first worldwide
I took objection with how @adam and @Johncdvorak categorized Dimensions A and B.
Back in the heyday of its relevance I thought there was at least a suggestion that it was optimal to straddle the dimensions, and Dimension A wasn't necessarily the rational or true dimension, but simply another point of view.
But the way it was recently explained it strikes me that trumpers and anti-trumpers of any extreme ilk must therefore both be in Dimension B.
"Republican Hypocrites Ignore Trump's Lies, Praise Irresponsible Budget"
""Trump passed a budget that will increase the deficit to a trillion dollars. His supporters cheer."
"In 2016, Trump promised to totally wipe out $19 trillion in national debt over eight years in office. Republicans cheered."
I find it hilarious when NA listener praise Trump unironically.
He's bombed countries without congressional notice, he's increase the national budget, increased the deficit, and acted like a hollow sock puppet with China regarding a trade deal.
But still I see them posting articles which praise Trump. WTF? Are you idiots actually listening to the show?
Can't find the original person who posted this, but this is amazing.
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