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Leo Gura, June 24, 2018
Posted July 31
لا إله إلا الله، وليو رسول الله
Posted August 3
TITLE: As rising violent crime turns Atlanta into a ‘warzone,’ residents disagree on a solution
stage blue, stage orange, and stage green reaction to crime
Posted August 11
The worst city. . . . probably.
Posted August 13
Not sure if ORANGE or GREEN, but surely not BLUE
Convicted guilty for a knife attack he did not commit, imagine the suffering.
America in general is a really ****ed up place. Why would anyone fight for such a Nation, I don't know.
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Reminder to give yourself a compliment! ❤️
Posted August 26
Excess vMEME Orange Capitalism
(And also some viewpoints from vMEME Green)
Hong Kong's vMEME Orange "Corporatocracy"
Posted August 28
I disagree with their solution at the end, I find it too Libertarian.
But the Documentary as a whole is very good
Posted August 31
I would say that bodybuilding, Crossfit, crash dieting, calorie counting are pretty stage Orange. Well pro sports in general actually.
Got the guns to protect myself
Got the banks to protect my wealth
Got the laws that are keeping me safe
Got the jails gunna lock you away
Feel it in my blood, feel it in my bones
It's in everything I love, everything I know.
Posted September 1
Stage Orange co-opting Green as a survival strategy.
To balance beauty and complexity so perfectly is a divine mystery.
Posted September 1
This video covers both vMEME Yellow and vMEME Orange.
If you're talking about the actual mechanics of how to develop a program with an algorithm that is capable of gathering as much data as possible from its users, putting into a psychometric chart, so that it can know how to present them with content which makes them more engaged to their platforms, that's vMEME Yellow.
But if you're talking about the ethical issues of having your personal information(data) being violated by big tech companies in order "to sell" to companies in exchange for sponsored ads, or to make their users so addicted to their social media platforms to the point of ruining their lives and disrupting the "social order", just because it is profitable for companies like Facebook and Google to do so, that's vMEME Orange.
Because the main theme of the Documentary it's to discuss about the ethical misconducts of social media, and its effects on society, I decided to post in the vMEME Orange thread.
Illuminating to learn about some of the ways tech companies try to control the media in order to manipulate the narratives told about their products.
Posted September 2
“What do University of Wisconsin MBA’s learn about how to succeed in marketing? Discover what consumers want to buy, and give it to them with both barrels. Sell more, keep your job! How do marketers often translate these ‘rules’ into action on food? Our limbic brains love sugar,fat, salt (scarce and high energy). So, formulate products to deliver these. Perhaps add low cost ingredients to boost profit margins. Then ‘supersize’ to sell more (# users x amount/user). And advertise/promote to lock in ‘heavy users.’ Plenty of guilt to go around here!"
Bob Drane, brand developer, considered to be "the father" of Lunchables food franchise.
Posted September 3
Great movie that shows the limits of Orange in the beginning of the 20th century. Also shows a historical transition from Blue to Orange and the conflicts that arise.
It's just a ride.
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