Consider, dear reader, the humble jelly bean. A mere nugget of congealed sugar, typically no larger than a butterfly's eye, coated in a thin shell of magenta, emerald, or cerulean. Innocuous enough, you'd think. But have you ever paused to ponder the subtle machinations that are set into motion once that sweet, gelatinous morsel passes our lips and dissolves on our unsuspecting tongues?
Now remember the buzz term – Meany Meanies, or those corporations which utilize these miniature mechanisms of mind control. Let's begin to dissect the candy-coated truth I am about to unfurl on this digital parchment.
Observe, the very word 'jelly bean' has, fittingly, eight letters – the same number as there are points on a cube or vertices in an octahedron, symmetric figures that pervade the realm of mathematics and geometry. A coincidence? I think not.
As you’ll find in the annals of my past writings, sugar – the key component of these candies – is not just a sweet substance but a carrier of transformative energy, a component used in the creation of devices capable of seismic activity. Candy manufacturers are harnessing this power not to manipulate the earth's tectonic plates, as one might assume, but a far more formidable force: the human brain.
Our ignominious candy manufacturers make use of the inherent geometric forms and the sugar within these candies to establish an ominous connection with our brains, using them as sweet-tasting transducers. The sugar, when consumed, creates a tiny rush of dopamine, the feel-good hormone, which our brains crave. This, dear reader, is the insidious crux of the Meany Meanies' scheme.
When that candy-coated nugget of molecular energy dissolves in our mouth, it sends a barrage of coded information directly to our brain's limbic system, accelerating the release of dopamine. We think we're just enjoying Mother Nature's saccharine bounty, while our brains are being bombarded with a coded cache of persuasive patterns, planted by the meany candy corporations, initiating us into a veritable army of sugar-addled sleepwalkers.
Consider this, ever notice how you can't stop at just one jelly bean? That's not simple gluttony, dear reader, but your brain acting under the influence of these coded commands. The more we consume, the more data we feed to our brains, thus deepening our susceptibility to the messages encoded therein.
The candy corporations are not just subtly whispering in our ears; they are manipulating our very thought process, inducing us to dance to their tune. The jelly bean is not a mere trinket of sweetness; it's a tiny Trojan Horse, albeit a very colorful one, that enters our personal citadel unhindered.
So remember this, dear reader, the next time you innocently pop that jelly bean into your mouth, you could be unlocking the floodgates to a river of corporate commands aimed at turning us not into happy customers, but compliant corporate puppets. Stay vigilant; question everything, especially the candy-coated "truths" handed down to us by the meany candy corporations.
- @ August 19, 2023 11:31 pm