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Elsa
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Well, it didn't work. I only looked at the red message, left or right brain I don't know.

Guess I'm sub-normal. Maybe because I wasn't born in Roswell?

Do sorceresses actually need to show their cleavage?

 

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@satsun lol, don’t you know that boobs have magical powers?

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Less mind control, more "that audio quality is terrible" I think. This reminds me of ghost hunting shows where they get audio and say "did you hear? Something just said [creepy thing]." I always wondered how they could tell what it was saying because most of the time it was super unclear to me.

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I mean did they only hear spooky things because they were primed to be spooked? Not that you'd exactly expect ghosts to recite cheerful song lyrics at you.

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You know I said this wasn't like control but I think it does illustrate that suggestion is very powerful.

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The audio version of the blue/black vs. white/gold dress phenomenon!

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Worked perfectly with my brain. Not sure if that's good or bad. Further, if you focus on something else, you won't hear either. Just noise.

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@elsa Me too. It really goes to show how easily our minds can be manipulated. And also how we can prime ourselves to see what we want to see/hear what we want to hear/believe what we want to believe. I don't think this is a new observation, but it's probably never been more apparent.

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