Upon reviewing the very phony sounding story of a woman and her whippets, it reminded me of another well used and therefore researched element or technique used in psyop scripting.
The use of animals, specifically dogs, has “scientifically” been shown to evoke the greatest emotion from people. I would argue that assigning a cute or friendly name to said animal adds an extra dimension of emotion evocation.
Have you ever noticed that people seem to cry more when a dog dies in a movie than when a person does? There’s now some science to back that up.
Researchers have found people get more emotional reading a story about a beating if the victim is a dog rather than an adult human.
What exactly is the Hegelian Dialectic? Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a 19th century German philosopher who devised a particular dialectic, or, method of argument for resolving disagreements. His method of arriving at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments is a system of thought process still in use to this day.
The “partner” wasn’t sad enough to put a death notice into The Star.
Didn’t see the promised story over at the Sim digital group site.
More psyop noise?
Sorry for the hyperlocal story here, but this is what we all need to do. Research locally. Collaborate internationally
Kristy , 31, was walking her two whippets on Dundas St. E. near Carlaw Ave. on the afternoon of April 20 when a car drove up onto the curb and hit her and the dogs.Hodgson was critically injured and later died. Her dog Betty was also killed.
The second dog, Indy, survived.
Hodgson’s long-time partner, Nick Siskopoulos, updated loved ones to her condition on Facebook. According to his timeline, Hodgson was in hospital for several days before she died.
“Kristy Hodgson is resting. She is still in critical condition so please send all your good thoughts,” Siskopoulos posted on April 23. “Please keep sending Kristy your awesomeness she really needs it.”
On April 25, Siskopoulos reported that Betty had died. Four days later, he wrote, “Time for Kristy Hodgson to be with Betty. I miss you already hun.”
Hodgson was a freelance graphic designer and previously a camera technician at SIM Digital. On Wednesday, her former employer posted a tribute to her on Facebook.
“Kristy will always be remembered for her smile and laughter,” it says under a photo of Hodgson kneeling and smiling warmly, a whippet under each arm, on SIM Digital’s page.
Paul Dewland is Director Of Mental Performance at a golf club, where he helps golfers with the critical mental elements of the game of golf. Fast forward to 1:20:40 and listen to his thoughts on the Tiger Wood story, and how you could apply that to fakeologist research.