Poof! AA Morris passes like shit through a goose

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I hope you got a chance to hear the AA Morris superslander podcasts because they’ve been sent down the digital memory hole. 

If anyone saved the better audios send them my way. I can’t host every audio but I do like to save a sample or two for history.

Was this the work of a superfan or the military media? 


PLEASE NOTE: THE AA MORRIS “PROPER GANDER AT PROPAGANDA” PROJECT IS OVER.

It was all just “an elaborate piece of performance art.”

This website and accompanying podcast series were designed with this end result in mind. Consider this a live acton roleplaying experience. Do not believe much of what was said or written. AA Morris the so-called “ProperGander” is not a real human being; nor is there any reason to believe in anything the “ProperGander” AA Morris put forth. This person never really existed at all. Please keep this in mind.

Never forget to believe half of what you see and none of what you hear. What we can honestly reveal is that this is the work of more than one magical “guy”.

Many of us grew up watching Rich Little, the (voice) impressionist, after all.

Never forget a proper context really does matter.

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13 thoughts on “Poof! AA Morris passes like shit through a goose

  1. xileffilex

    Was this the work of a superfan or the military media?
    update
    www.snelgraphix.net/the-snelgr…
    www.aamorris.net/propergandera…

    I have been using the online conspiracy theory community as a marketing petri dish…..these are some of the most creative and imaginative people online…..

    etc etc etc
    Some of these middle-aged adults claim to believe in things demonstrably false; they do not appear to be roleplaying or joking. I hope I’m wrong and that they are pranking everyone, but I can only go by what they claim. One person even went so far as to question the reality of the funeral they were attending. They made this knowledge public to their fellow community members. This person made a conspiracy theory “case study” about a personal tragedy. This is someone who has lost touch with reality. For some bizarre reason, this person thought they had to prove that their friend had died. This adult even went so far as to send photos from the funeral

    – Patrick DelVecchio, Chief Imagination Officer, Snelgraphix.
    Designing Minds
    www.snelgraphix.net/our-story
    Snelgraphix is a partnership between the designing minds of creative directors Michelle Morris and Patrick DelVecchio.

    “There are no ‘paid shills’ online…….”
    obvously all unpaid work ^^^^

    1. gaiagaia

      Excellent find, xfiles.

      He not only copied the surname from Morris, but also her career:

      After earning a BFA in printmaking and graphic design, Michelle [Morris] began her career at Bloomberg LP as a broadcast designer for Bloomberg Information Television, the newly launched 24-hour business-news station on DirectTV. She was promoted to Lead Designer for Bloomberg Business Report on Fox, then Art Director for Bloomberg Small Business and Bloomberg Personal on USA Network, Tech, Money, Tax Smart Now and would manage the art department for Bloomberg Television and the design of the Bloomberg Television 2000 data screen, before deciding to give freelance a go!

      Also:

      20th-century behavioral psychologists were inspired by the cultural effects of Hollywood and Nazi propaganda during the early stages of World War Two, to create the hypodermic needle or magic bullet model of communication.*

      This theory supposes that the audience is a passive participant in the communication process, like sitting ducks oblivious to the hunter.

      This form of communication requires but one step, meaning it needs no celebrity endorsement [none of it does, Patrick]. The message is targeted to the specific audience demographic without the need for any intermediary filter. This type of marketing treats all of its targets the same. It does not require the influencer, but its effectiveness is in doubt.

      What once seemed to be a good idea with predictive power fizzled out as time went on.

      At first I thought “irony” that “AAMorris” is a designer, remembering his horrific website. But now I see he does the same stupid centered linkdumping here:

      www.snelgraphix.net/the-snelgr…

      1. gaiagaia

        Patrick openly admits what he did and what agendas he was monitoring. Completely wrong, I have not seen any “antisemitism”, “racism” or “discriminatory LGBTQSPQR remarks” and Ab is pretty keen on these.

        The bad: Social media amplifies divisive behavior.* Antisemitism is all too common. Racist behavior is another problem. Discriminatory anti-LGBTQ rhetoric occurs.

        See for more below.

        This Proper Gander “LARPist” has got it all wrong.

        But his links are as fluid as his agendas, openly linking back and forth to “aamorris.net” but then with the “art” website (I won’t hire you guys, your animation video was a fair try, but I wasn’t impressed) lay-out.

        www.aamorris.net/human-resourc…

        gives:

        Snelgraphix is your guiding light.
        ARE YOU FEELING PARANOID?

        Perhaps you’ve overdosed on too much online conspiracy theory content.

        The way out of the conspiracy theory cultural dead-end trap is here.

        Are you lost in a maze of paranoid inducing and very confusing, online conspiracy theory culture?

        Do you feel like you are being followed? Do you believe NWO agents are monitoring your every social media move? Does the name QAnon mean anything to you?

        Do you believe Elvis, Big Foot, and Dr. Phil are all the same person?

        If so click this bait now. You can’t afford to wait!

        CLICK HERE NOW! www.snelgraphix.net/the-snelgr…

        LARPatrick in his own (??) words:

        Did I grab your attention? Good. That was the idea.
        This particular blog post is meant for you if you are a member of the online conspiracy theory community. If you are not, perhaps you will still find this an interesting article.

        I have to be honest. I have been using the online conspiracy theory community as a marketing petri dish. I was able to collect lots of information about social behavior and belief systems, magnified by social media. I was also able to test various memes. I didn’t care about the truth. I cared about understanding the social impact that the internet has on human behavior.* I cared about influencing this community’s influencers. My agenda included disruptive troll-like behavior.

        You might be wondering why I chose this particular online community to infiltrate and study. Let me explain.

        In my opinion and experience, these are some of the most creative and imaginative people online. This lure was too good to resist. Some of these folks would reveal all sorts of information useful to someone interested in communication design and marketing like myself. Many of the lead content creators were talented, intelligent, likable, and funny. My takeaway was that the lead community influencers do not believe in the conspiracy theories they promote; most of them don’t actually drink the Kool-Aid they sell.*

        You might be wondering why I didn’t try to communicate my ideas clearly.

        I wanted my effort to look like the work of an amateur [your “design” website still does, Patrick!]. I didn’t want to bother polishing my writing or spend more time than I had to on it. Moreover, I had nothing to communicate. It was all bait. It was all sizzle and no substance. I would audit a subject and present the information filtered for the conspiracy theory audience.

        I had other reasons for my online activity, besides a lifelong passion for roleplaying.*

        Social media means you can advance multiple agendas at once. It’s not like I don’t have other reasons for my online activity. I certainly do. But this would be confidential Snelgraphix information, and this is beside the point.*

        I monitored chatroom behavior.

        I was collecting data. It wasn’t like I had to spy on anyone. Some of these people record their chatroom conversations and post them to their blogs. And of course, one can always read comment sections.

        Social media, the cons, and the pros examined. Here’s what I found out.

        The bad, [continued from above:] And of course, there’s the occasional case study in online bullying. People susceptible to schizophrenia and apophenia could be at risk.* Social media encourages roleplaying due to its anonymous nature. Conspiracy theories encourage imaginative thinking. It seems to me that this can be a potentially hazardous combination for those of us with mental health issues.* I’m no trained psychologist, but I saw people with possible mental illness seemingly taken advantage of by fellow community members who should know better. Is it wise to feed into someone’s delusions by interviewing them for your conspiracy theory podcast?

        Some of these middle-aged adults claim to believe in things demonstrably false; they do not appear to be roleplaying or joking. I hope I’m wrong and that they are pranking everyone, but I can only go by what they claim. One person even went so far as to question the reality of the funeral they were attending. They made this knowledge public to their fellow community members. This person made a conspiracy theory “case study” about a personal tragedy. This is someone who has lost touch with reality. For some bizarre reason, this person thought they had to prove that their friend had died. This adult even went so far as to send photos from the funeral. The internet amplifies many things. Conspiracy theory culture has mutated into something new as a result of the proliferation of social media. People never used to act like this.***

        What was once a 20th-century pastime has metastasized into a potentially socially hazardous, apophenia and obsession-inducing, 21st-century mental virus.*

        The good: You can reach around the globe and contact other like-minded individuals. You can form a virtual community that can be a positive force in your life. That is, as long as you don’t lose touch with reality. Stay grounded by taking mental health breaks away from social media content. We can also use social media to join together to stop victim harassment and online bullying. Please click here [link removed; his Pozner Plot]

        More next time.

        – Patrick DelVecchio, Chief Imagination Officer, Snelgraphix.

        Such a talent for imaginative role-playing and then such an eerie emptiness behind it, you’re sad Patrick. Way more than those you so “funnily” “exposed”.

            1. gaiagaia

              I fear it is this kind of doxxing he wanted to point out with his Pozner Plot, why show his house and car? What does that add, other than feeding him ammunition?

  2. UnrealUnreal

    As there finally has been some intelligible research and discussion on the size and nature of State and Military involvement in the creation of conspiracy culture as whole, it is noteworthy how so few participated in intelligible discussion in Fakeologist forum and on audiochat.

    By the help of a comical example of Ace Bakerish on-air suicide, some of the most typical Truther Front Figures now seem to trample the scene in delight as they sunbath in hasty generalizations and using a dead defenseless “Carrion” as an argument for dismissing conspiracy culture being full of intelligence operatives.

    It is interesting how the new poster-child of “online shill outing” is himself claiming nothing less than being an agent himself and clearly now can be identified as one himself. In a way, AA Morris played nice enough for long enough to be considered a reasonable source as most of his material and presentation was in line with an advanced understanding of media fakery.

    There is no way around intelligence operatives in conspiracy culture, and while the level of sophistication might vary, the numerous Truther figures all bring something to the table as they seek recognition and above all an audience. In order to mislead, you first have to lead. Curiously, AA Morris never led any research into the Conspiracy Conspiracy and merely was the only researcher that seemed niche enough (small enough public) to be able to bring it up. Well – dead voice artists sell the best it would seem.

    Now we have the conundrum where suspect intelligence operators use the example of a sacrificed paid intelligence role actor to “prove” there are no paid professional gatekeepers in conspiracy culture… Just by participating in such a nonsensical shortcut discussion, the participants indirectly will admit to their actual motivation for being part of the Truther scene which would be to mislead, gain attention and audience.

    The main reason that we would need to research the conspiracy behind conspiracy culture is that it is a large system and that it involves a lot of different players – at no point is it necessary to reduce the focus on one or two cases, despite well founded suspicion.

    The intelligence and media gatekeeping is systemic which is well illustrated by the existence of 300+ radio shows that specialize in conspiracy culture (TCC spreadsheet) and that we at our level of Fakeologist understanding should realize do not produce endless shows on aliens and deep state whistleblowers because they have the necessary spare time, financial independence and personal interest.

    In order to produce one or two shows a week on poor research and fallacious theories one have to be a professional disinformation agent. James Corbett or James Fetzer and their 1000 guests are not too intellectually challenged to not research and interest themselves in the absence of victims on 911 – they were paid to and part of State and Military efforts to misdirect public dissent.

    My personal opinion on this and that individual that act as a Truther Content Creator is not merely as important as the fact 95+ percent of the Truthers who are leading conspiracy culture in various ways are paid intelligence operators – or “shills” if you want to insist on using intelligence NLP language.

    Fakeologist forum topic – The Conspiracy Conspiracy (14 Jul 2018)
    fakeologist.com/forums/topic/t…

    The Conspiracy Conspiracy (10 Jul 2018)
    allunreal.com/2018/07/the-cons…

    Conspiracy Gatekeeping (29 Jun 2018)
    allunreal.com/2018/06/conspira…

    [ International UFO Congress panel featuring Timothy Good, Stephen Bassett, Robert Powell and Dr John Alexander ]

    1. Terran DownvaleTerran Downvale

      Yes, interesting how AA Morris’ dying words (in addition to “jaw blown off,” “stand with Honr” and “Dave JonBenet Ramsey Johnson”) were “I highly recommend UNreal’s thoughtfully written research at allunreal.com.” And what effect will this have on the insulted Fakeologist audience that was already disappointingly disinterested in UNreal’s groundbreaking “Conspiracy Conspiracy” research? Let me guess

      1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

        Why the second-guessing of the Fakeologist audience ? How do you know they’re already disinterested in UNreal’s CC thread ?

        There’s plenty of sense spoken there, as I see it, though I have to wonder why someone so apparently in tune with disinformation took a whole year compiling a thread called EGI which is replete with ludicrous and obviously fallacious claims and references to bullshit artist ‘ CC researchers’ like Jungle Surfer?
        It stands as a work of disinformation in and of itself (even if it’s an accident). I mean, come on Terran, are you giving any credence to the idea that the Duchess of Cambridge is a man and that the Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd are women ?

        Anyway, I don’t think we should disregard the gist of what UNreal says on the dubiously titled Con.Con thread at all.
        This is indeed a world of disinformation that we’re in here. it’s just a little puzzling to me
        that sometimes UNreal behaves like he’s part of it too.

  3. rachelrachel

    “Never forget to believe half of what you see and none of what you hear.”

    That’s the catchphrase of Rich Hall from Rich Planet. Maybe a clue to the true nationality of the pen that wrote AA Morris?

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