Mon Dec 17, 2012, 09:01 AM
mr blur (5,409 posts)
Advent Calendar - Day 17
The YakPoGo® Portable Orgone Accumulator Unit
Is your libido flagging a little? Maybe you have a desire to control the weather - make some rain, perhaps?
Don't let all that all that lovely healing Orgone energy pass you by!
The Charger can become an Orgone Shooter by inserting the hollow metal cable with an attached Orgone Funnel. This enables the user to direct the energy from inside the Charger to the outside and focus it on specific areas. And no, I'm really not making this stuff up.
Orgone Quantum Healing Pendant optional.
Here's Hawkwind to tell you all about it:
Reality is not a democracy.
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Advent Calendar - Day 17 (Original post)
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Response to mr blur (Original post)
Mon Dec 17, 2012, 09:55 AM
trotsky (34,052 posts)
1. Dammit, where is my Hulda Clark zapper already?!? n/t
"The universe we observe has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil, no good, nothing but blind, pitiless indifference." -- Richard Dawkins
Response to DetlefK (Reply #3)
Wed Dec 19, 2012, 09:34 PM
Manifestor_of_Light (17,084 posts)
4. I love Teller! He's sooo cute!! and a Latin scholar.
Yet he never talks, only the large and obnoxious Penn. Although I do appreciate his exposes of bullshit.
My hubby is named ray and looks somewhat like Raymond Teller.
Response to Manifestor_of_Light (Reply #4)
Thu Dec 20, 2012, 10:02 AM
DetlefK (1,992 posts)
5. Actually, I never watched Penn&Teller.
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I read two articles: The first one was an interview with Teller, the second one was written by him about the art of illusion and the psychological tricks behind it. (e.g. "Choice does not equal freedom.") That second article was brilliant.
What really impressed me was how general these methods are that illusionists have discovered: I realized that those same tricks are part of what constitutes a good story-telling. (e.g. Fooling the reader by feeding him info he will interpret the wrong way.)
NSA walks into a bar and says: "I've already heard that one."