Tag Archives: Poe’s Law

5th April, 2016 – News Aversion Therapy

All the News that’s Fit to Print, in a If it Bleeds, it Leads Newstainment Kinda World. the opposite of fundamentalism is mentalist fun – parody and satire with peak irony reached when they can no longer be easily told … Continue reading

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The Three Internet Laws and Rule 34

     We are born and we are taught to believe many things – but until we are taught the beliefs, we don’t already have belief or sense of the beliefs – childhood is learning what the norms are for your … Continue reading

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The Cracker Barrel Petition

“Cracker” the white overseer who cracked the whip over the black slaves, but was too poor to own any himself, and has to work for others instead of themself. Cracker is not comparable to other slurs, being a label from … Continue reading

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If this is not your first day online, this post is not for you

The simplest thing to do is not assume anyone is genuine on line and anyone who says anything positive about conservatives, call them out and post “I call Poe on the troll!” Government trolls use psychology-based influence techniques in social … Continue reading

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Writering Coinage: “The Tryggvason Collary” to “Poe’s Law”

Thinking up words, and hooking up phrases and clauses… junction junction, what’s your function? Sometimes satire is just too true. Poe’s Law. saying the obvious as gentle satire… what should we call that? The Tryggvason Collary to Poe’s Law CSIS: … Continue reading

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From Rocksploitations to Rock Opera: The Movie Soundtrack

In the 1960s, the rock n roll exploitation popcorn flick gave way to beach blanket bingo first base movies and Tommy made rock autistically operatic. Collapsing into self parody Spinal Tap a rock sound track or a story of a … Continue reading

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Expert Humour: Sarcasm and Irony 201

people cant do it. so how are they gonna program that? umm… that would require a smarter AI than there are people…… The Secret Service wants software that detects social media sarcasm. Yeah, sure it will work. Think you’re up … Continue reading

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