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Radio for the opposite of an insomniac

March 15th, 2024 at 03:45am

Going back through some of my notes, I came across this dream I had in 2018 about a rather unusual concept in radio programming.

There was a show called “Snoring away the snooze-o-grams”. The show consisted almost entirely of people snoring with only occasional interruptions for commercial breaks. The show was said to be very popular with advertisers as they saw it as a way around the laws against subliminal advertising!


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  • 1. nbrettoner  |  March 15th, 2024 at 7:06 am

    Good morning Samuel,

    Hmmm, descriptively this could well be asscribed to me:-

    “2 : existing or functioning below the threshold of consciousness”.
    {especially after 2 hrs broken sleep (nono snoring. Have never ever caught myself yetish) }.

    In a short two day course on speed reading (I was in Alice Springs at the time), we covered the topic of sublimivty* (new werd worning!). We watched a short videro loaded with several various sublimities, from just one frame, to five frames. It was played at 25fps. It was amazing how many were totally unaware of tehes various messages, and I had to concentrate really hard to catch the one and two-frame ones.

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