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WORD COURT Prosecutor Makes a Book Reviewer's "Manipulatives" Bold and Underlined
by but for March 21, 2020
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Customer Service manager Manuel "Trickster" Camingitty was able to manipulate Nancy Assdid to do exactly as he had so painstakingly planned to ensure she would do what she had told him she had made up her mind long ago to never do, especially at work. For months, he continued manipulating and in other ways abusing his new employee who in his self-talks he referred to as his "favorite female manipulee", and who his best friend, an Italian-American singer, jokingly called his "manipulah."
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The word "mediaopoly" merges the words "media" and "monopoly." Ben H. Bakdikian published his book called "The Media Monopoly" in 1983 . The "mediapoly" is comprised of a handful of corporations which buy independent media outlets, merges them into one conglomerate, dictates what is news, only hires journalists who do not question the system and suppresses independent or alternative ideas and points of view (Fabara, 2017). Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg gave Bagdikian portions of the Pentagon Papers, a top-secret classified history of the Vietnam War, and he gave a copy of the documents to Senator Mike Gravel, who promptly read them into the Congressional Record (1971). In 1976, Bagdikian became dean of the graduate school of journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
The "mediapoly" buys independent media outlets, merges them into a conglomerate, dictates what is news, manipulates, distorts, and ultimately controls reality, and only hires journalists who do not question and glorify the status-quo; thus covertly suppressing and censoring alternative ideas and points of view, and contradicting the freedom of speech the First Amendment grants America's taxpayers (Fabara, 2017). The mediaopoly is comprised of 7 media giants: Comcast, Walt Disney, Twenty-First Century Fox, Time Warner, Direct TV, CBS, Viacom (the last two separated in 2006).
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The axiom which states that though need and usually a set of reasons activate and fuel love, to satisfy one or both lover's needs, love—that unexplainably still unexplained phenomenon which in this era of perfection still makes the world go round—quickly deactivates reason.
The social scientist realized that love deactivates reason and submitted that new term to help everyone comprehend and track the seemingly mysterious but in reality, quasi-predictable steps love tends to take.
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The axiom which states that though need and usually a set of reasons activate and fuel love, to satisfy one or both lover's needs, love, that still unexplained phenomenon which makes the world go round, quickly deactivates reason.
The social scientist realized that love deactivates reason and submitted that new term to help everyone comprehend and track the seemingly mysterious but in reality, quasi-predictable steps love tends to take.
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Love Science studies the over 200-types of love, and the many ways individuals can love and be loved.
Individuals who practice love science are called love scientists and they have discovered that the brain processes love neurochemically and neuroelectrically and changes the body's biochemistry in ways that improve the biological, emotional, and mental states of both humans and animals.

I feel love for an individual who I calculate can help me or provide me with something I need. When a person "falls" in love, they lose a degree of self-control and feel a strong need to give different things to their love object, thereby making love mutual and allowing the two or more participants to grow as a result of their loving interactions. Lastly, love cannot be purchased or given a price. I think it is a one-of-a-kind supernatural phenomenon.
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Love Science studies the over 200-types of love, and the many ways individuals can love and be loved.
Individuals who practice love science are called love scientists and they have discovered that the brain processes love neurochemically and neuroelectrically and changes the body's biochemistry in ways that improve the biological, emotional, and mental states of both humans and animals.

Love is an emotion, thus fundamentally irrational, illogical, and unmathematical.

Love can transcend moral or written laws and in some instances, it does not make sense.

Humans feel love for an individual who they calculate can help them or provide them with something they need.

Said differently, individuals feel love feel love when and because they want something from the person, place, or thing they start to feel love for.

Interestingly, after a person "falls" in love, they lose some or much self-control, connect with their love object, and feel a strong need to give different things to them, thus creating a cycle which makes the love mutual and allows the two or more participants to grow.
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