Sunday, November 24, 2013

Dear Friends, Gentlemen, Gentlewomen, Patrons, Admirers, as well as skeptical bystanders: With the Halloween (buy Bud's art), Diwali (buy Bud's art), Dias las Muertos (buy Bud's art), Thanksgiving (buy Bud's art), Christmas (buy Bud's art), Kwanzaa (buy Bud's art),Chanukuh (buy Bud's art), Year of the Red Fire Dog (buy Bud's art), Tet Nguyen Dan gift-giving weeks now upon us and quickly going by, (buy Bud's art), and the time-honored traditions(buy Bud's art), pagan rituals, and religious ceremonies (buy Bud's art)we blithely observe, whose origins are oftentimes obscured by clever (buy Bud's art)marketing ploys including skillfully disguised subliminal messages (buy Bud's art), I'd like to thank all of you (buy Bud's art) who have purchased my art (buy Bud's art). But beware of the advertising industry's (buy Bud's art)careful and cynical use of subliminal (buy Bud's art) advertising. 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However successful (buy Bud's art)these pervasive techniques may be in the (buy Bud's art)market place, tremendous quantities of unpurchased art crowd the walls of my apartment (buy Bud's art), my hallway, my garage, my sister and mother's house (buy Bud's art), my brother's house (buy Bud's art), my other brother's apartment, (buy Bud's art), many of my friends' houses (buy Bud's art), several of my nieces and nephews dorm rooms (buy Bud's art), bedrooms (buy Bud's art), apartment walls (buy Bud's art), hallways (buy Bud's art), my church (buy Bud's art), restaurants, coffee houses, and vineyard shops (buy Bud's art), as well as actual art galleries!! and I could go on and on and on and on and on and on.... 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(1990). What you expect is what you believe (but not necessarily what you get): On the ineffectiveness of subliminal self-help audiotapes. Unpublished manuscript. University of California. Santa Cruz. 24. ^ The Straight Dope: Does subliminal advertising work?. The Straight Dope. Retrieved on 2008-06-11 25. ^ BTK Back 26. ^ Fight Club Easter Eggs - 27. ^ Screen It! Parental Review: Fight Club 28. ^ Fight Club (1999) - Crazy credits 29. ^ Crowley, Candy. "Bush says 'RATS' ad not meant as subliminal message", 2000-9-12. Retrieved on December 16, 2006 30. ^ Smoking Pistols: George "Rat Ad" Bush and the Subliminal Kid 31. ^ 9/19/00 Speech by Commissioner Harold Furchtgott-Roth: The FCC's Investigation of "Subliminal Techniques:" 32. ^ Brasseye Wiki 33. ^ Error - - New York Times 34. ^ Re: [AMIA-L] Reply: "Sherlock Jr." 35. ^ "It was a glitch, not a subliminal ad, for McDonald's on Food Network". Canadian Press (2007-01-25). Retrieved on 2007-03-11. 36. ^ Subliminal advertising. - ninemsn Video 37. ^ YouTube - Led Zeppelin : Greatest Secret 38. ^ 39. ^ Media: 40. ^ Agency asks slot-machine maker to halt subliminal messages 41. ^ Killick, Jane (1997). Babylon 5: The Coming of Shadows. The Ballantine Publishing Group, 131. 42. ^ Singh, Simon (June 10, 2003), "I'll bet £1,000 that Derren can't read my mind", The Daily Telegraph,, retrieved on 12 March 2008 * Dixon, N. F. (1971). Subliminal Perception: The nature of a controversy, McGraw-Hill, New York. * Greeenwald, Anthony W. (1992). New Look 3: Unconscious Cognition Reclaimed, American Psychologist, 47. * Holender, D. (1986). Semantic activation without conscious identification in dichotic listening, parafoveal vision, and visual masking: A survey and appraisal. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 9, 1-23. * Merikle, P. M., and M. Daneman (1998). Psychological Investigations of Unconscious Perception, Journal of Consciousness Studies. * Watanabe, Sasaki, Nanez (2001). Perceptual learning without perception. Nature, 413, 844-848. * Seitz and Watanabe (2003). Is subliminal learning really passive. Nature, 422, 36. * United States Senate (1985). Record Labeling: Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session on Contents of Music and the Lyrics of Records (September 19, 1985). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. [edit] Further reading * Boese, Alex (2006). Hippo Eats Dwarf: A Field Guide to Hoaxes and Other B.S.'', Harcourt, Inc., ISBN 0-15-603083-7, 193-95


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