The Mosh Pits (love it!)
I love the Mosh Pits because it makes me feel
like being reborn into a world of excitement
and with an ecstatic behavior of my wonderful
and gentle spirit of the essence and ecstasy.
You should feel the same if not better.
Swimming in the air of luxury is a wonderful
belief to have and enjoy forevermore.
Lets do it!
In this paper I Am going to present an argument to show the difference between healthy and robust advertising verses misleading of advertisements. To persuade with a rational and logical point of sentiment in an entertaining but with a serious perspective from a direct observation which rightly differs from the perceived perils of the Machiavellian logic of advertisements also my argument is to make a rye drink appealing to the general public and to bring a certain credibility to a marketable product. To bring a clear focus to the product by including space and light.
The photographer’s purpose was to have a feeling of excitement and enjoyment with pleasure, while living in a imaginary world of pleasure and excitement.
The first advertisement page I presented is the most successful to me because of its valid behavior of the presentation of alcohol spirits is the most appealing to the community and society.The reason I like the first advertisement is uncomplicated with an translucent and a distinct position of the advertisement.The subject incident is a depiction of advertising that has a very good intimate perception of a stimulating and alluring alcoholic spirit;it gives credibility with different perspectives by way of undeviating of purpose while contemplating and observing a contact of full bottles.The advertisement did not mislead the public because it was unswerving and a progressive presentation.
The framing begets a dissolving of the situation for the observer to draw awareness of spectators and onlookers.
The distance was a close up to bring potency of a metaphor that speaks to the observer with realism and depth. The pigment and reflections were a stimulus of vision and taste sensations.The use of repeating and restating the likeness gave the picture a justified number to unity the rye drink. There is also a distance in the frame that extracting your empirical essence with a tint of exhilaration and enthusiasm is an exceptional feature in the illustration..
The angle of vision on the first advertisement gave a certain point of view and uses hair-splitting influences to the imagination of the watcher that can fulfill a firsthand and intangible vacancy. They use a very persuasive techniques to lure the public into a world of coloration and emotional disparity which sometimes can help to occupy a nugatory of worth and to fill in their lives with many distinct objectives.The advertisement has a very good sense of trustworthiness of the subject matter with a special view to their audiences by way of ethos. They also used a rotating likeness to lure the general public on a never-ending pattern of how to drink vodka drinking. There was no mishandling of the product for the advertisement for the audience.
The second advertisement gave a negative view of advertisements to the general public as a devalued altitude for untamed and robust and celebrating inferior rated characters.I think this was the mirror image to be presented to the public for ego satisfaction and happiness. The second advertisement did not give any proof or confirmation of Ethos. The second advertisement had no Pathos because of the base looking for the people did not seem appreciative of their environment. But it has framed of the picture to draw attention of the viewers. The second advertisement had an angle vision that was provocative to the audience.
The first advertisement had Ethos by giving it a single name of credibility by brand label and name.The brand name created an atmosphere for a relax temperament of satisfaction. The picture has a trustworthiness to convey honesty of character to be displayed. I felted like a certain spirit of tranguilness was given by the advertisement. The climate was fresh and chilly very good for a starter audience with the dazzling lights showing the upright vodka containers. The second advertisement had no ethos because of the base looking at different people of appreciation. It’s also a lot of rhetoric because the advertisement was holding on to a seeming impractical idea of fun without appreciation of the subject matter..
The first advertisement had Logos because the producers had a logical presentation of their product. The advertisement presents a strategy that appeal to be a clean and orderly format. The use of repetition and variation is a balance that created a stability with the harmony of the product. The light of the advertisement was mighty and comprehensible with a pristine view of the multiplying quantities that gave a glowing and a mighty and appropriate format. There was a clear understanding of what the advertiser was promoted to the audience. The distance from the audience was in direct advertising to whomever that looked at the picture of the lovely and glistening vodka bottles with a reflection of nine all-inclusive bottles with reflections included and ready to be unloaded.
Therefore, it is an oversimplification of a situation and an event which is tip top and over done. We should analysis the imagery to understand the reasons of the rational mind of the photographer. First, we have to think about the culture and the location of the product and the scenes to make the decision and negotiation the events surrounding the advertisement. Let’s consider our target audience or audiences at the beginning, then I think we should subdivide the identity of different segments. They use sophisticated cognitive research to identify different fragment and the demographics of the economy and society. They look at all income levels; different races of people and whatever they can contemplate that can produce income.
The window effect did provide an effect of what is in the future with promises of what can happen to a willing participant. If you make it personal to the subject, then you can win the core of the nucleus and minds of the audience, which can capture and their income and part of their future remuneration. To see if a cross cover advertisement would work which means it’s something that can touch the precise foundations of the senses among different genders and races and across all ethnic and reverent and decent lines.
The people in the second advertisement capture a negative and argument that have a bandwagon effect and to encourage people to accept a negative position because of the crowds mentality.Therefore it is an oversimplification of a situation and events.We should analysis the imagery to understand the reasons of the mental state of the photographer.First we have to think about the culture of the location and the scenes to make the decision and negotiation the events surrounding the advertisement.Lets consider our target audience or audiences at the beginning then I think we should subdivide the identity of different segments. They use sophisticated psychological research to identify different parts of the economy. They look at all income levels, different races of people and whatever they can think of that can produce income. To bring this event to a close I believe I have reasonably used deductive reasoning which is sometimes justified by random events known only to all involved. I really don’t have any definite numbers, but deduce from what I have seen in public and private places.
I believe that the photographer has an eye for refinement and clarity of depth to be pleasing to the viewer with a captivating sense of taste, of mellow but fiery positions and a provoking, but a dramatic action to the buds of the tongue and the mouths in ecstasy. It’s a part of the culture that can never be forgotten and always experienced over and over again and again. What a beverage to have in your possession. The elusive but ready to have fluid is a yielding judgement of the senses to be remember until the next time in the continuing saga of taste and placement of the senses.
The window effect did provide an effect of what is in the future with promises of what can happen to a willing participant. If you make it personal and to win the core of the heart and therefore the minds of the audience can be captured and their income and part of their future earnings assured. To see if a cross cover advertisement would work which means it’s something that can touch the precise foundations of the senses among different genders and races and across all ethnic moral lines.
The cultural idea was very good in the first advertisement because of the clearness of purpose;you have to consider the nature of the advertisement for people viewing the advertisement promoting the product.The distance from the subject to be brought into your home or living room.The promotion used a lot of repetition because the advertiser used a lot of full vodka bottles.The lines were straight forward and clean for audience to follow and digest the information.The colors was bright with reds and blues to capture the feeling for the visual aspect of the advertisement.The shapes of the bottles were very easy to handle to fit the hands with size and scale of the picture.
The conclusion is that we need to decide for the actual motivation of the mirror image and or the window image for the advertisements with its subject matter to demonstrate ethos, pathos and logos and to be thoughtful and considerate.
I hate the Mosh Pits with all of my heart and souls of souls.
Selflessness people playing stupid games with no meaning,
two minutes of fame and glory;
A self-gratification of spirit with no meaning or
thoughts for their personal being or their safety.
Its dangerous and immature. Lets not try it because I’m afraid
of high places and people with no muscles or brains.
In 1983, the U.S. population began ingesting significant quantities of a substance
never before used for human consumption.Click Here!
Artificial sweetener aspartame is quickly introduced to consumers.
In 1984; 6,900,000 lbs of aspartame was consumed by Americans. This rate
doubles by the next year and continues to climb into the 90’s.
Dr. Russell Blaylock: Again, it’s this variability in your sensitivity to toxins. Some
people may notice very little of anything. A majority of people will have one of a number
We know that aspartame — because it is poison that affects protein synthesis; because
it affects how the synapses operate in the brain; and because it affects DNA — can
affect numerous organs. So you can get a lot of different symptoms that seem
unconnected. Click Here!
But in looking at the list of symptoms submitted to the FDA, most of them are
neurological or in some way connected to the nervous system. So the nervous system
seems to be one of the areas that are most affected. So we see people having difficulty
thinking. They feel like they’re walking around in a cloud or a fog.
Dr. H.J. Roberts: Aspartame is an artificial sweetener, an additive. It’s a chemical. It’s Click Here!
not a natural product. It’s a chemical.
The molecule is made up of three components. Two are amino acids, the so-called
building blocks of protein. One is called phenylalanine which is about 50% of the
molecule and the other is aspartic acid which is like 40%.
The other 10% is a so-called methyl ester, which as soon as it’s swallowed becomes
free methyl alcohol – methanol (wood alcohol), which is a poison; a real poison.
… And then they rechallenge themselves knowingly or inadvertently. They serve
something in their neighbors house which they didn’t realized contained an aspartame
These set of symptoms and problems promptly recur within hours or a day or two.
Sometimes within minutes, and it does so repeatedly. That is more than anecdotal.
That is similar to the Koch postulates for infection. You isolate the cause and then you
inject it in the animal. You reproduce the problem.
Many of these individuals that have been aspartame reactors have tested themselves 5,
10, 20 times. Every time getting the same response, and then they realized that this
was legitimate cause and effect relationship.
Dr. Russell Blaylock: The G.D. Searle & Company, in the quest to get approval for
their product Aspartame, conducted a study on animals in which they fed some animals
like dose, medium dose, and high dose of the product. And then they used control
animals that supposedly did not get any of products. When they submitted this to the
FDA and the FDA looked at it, there was some question about the study.
One of the scientist and neuroscientist looked at some of this; he saw a lot of red flags.
He said there are some real questions here about tumors being caused by this product,
particularly brain tumors.
So they ordered a study to be done by the Bureau of Foods which was the precursor to
the FDA. Dr. Jerome Bressler was in charge of this group to look through the research
that had been done by G.D. Searle and that’s what the Bressler reported about. This is
the report here.
Basically, what it shows is that either a lot of purposeful shenanigans were carried on to
get this product approved, or as he states it, it was “the world’s worst research.”
The animals that died after being fed NutraSweet were not autopsied right away. Some
of them were not autopsied more than a year afterwards. And of course, the tissues
broke down and liquefied. So they couldn’t do proper studies on them, but they reported
it as if they had, and they reported these as normal.
They found that they were taking tumors and cutting them out and throwing them away
and saying the animal was normal. They had animal tissues that had obvious tumor in it
that were reported normal.
They had, in one of the cases here that’s reported, a lymph node that was enlarged.
This G.D. Searle pathologist reported it as a normal lymph node. But when the
scientists from the Bureau of Foods looked at it, they say it was an obvious
lymphosarcoma, highly malignant tumor.
The notations about the testicular atrophy were not noted. There were just numerous
things in this report that showed that, in my estimation, there was an effort to cover up
what was being found so that they could get approval.
Dr. H.J. Roberts: The bottom line was: here is the most tested product, additive, in
history. Now additives are important because aspartame was approved as a GRAS. It
means Generally Recognized as Safe product. In which case, unlike drugs, if people
have reactions to it, it does not have to be reported to the FDA.
Dr. Ralph G. Walton: What I found is really quite frightening, and that was that, yes,
there were many studies in the literature which did attest to aspartame safety. But they
were essentially all funded by the industry; either by Searle or the NutraSweet industry
or the diet soft drink industry. These were the individuals who sponsored, paid for the
There were independent studies, but virtually all of the independent studies, that is,
studies which were not funded by the industry, virtually all of them did identify one type
of problem or another with aspartame.
Dr. Russell Blaylock: But now, after years of retesting this, most authorities agree
there is no question that feeding MSG to animals produces this brain death. It’s not
questioned any longer, it’s a fact. There is even good studies that show that if you feed
pregnant animals MSG, their offspring has impaired brain function. And when you
measure the neurochemical analysis of the brain in the animal, it’s impaired all the way
through the animal’s youth up until adulthood, and they never quite recover from it.
The central mechanism that actually produces the destruction and damage to the brain
is the excitotoxicity. That’s pretty well agreed upon now. The frightening thing is that
we’re adding tons of these excitotoxins to our food either in the form of MSG or part of
the aspartame molecule, which his aspartic acid, which is an excitotoxin.
Dr. H.J. Roberts: Now, the amino acids are contained in food but if you have protein,
meat, fish and so forth, there may be 4% phenylalanine in the food, not 50%. We
simply, biologically, don’t know how to react to this flooding of these enormous amounts
of amino acids to the body, especially phenylalanine, which crosses the blood brain
barrier that’s meant to protect biologically against poisons and so forth.
Dr. Ralph G. Walton: It’s also what’s called a dipeptide that is, it is two amino acids
stuck together. One of those amino acids is something called phenylalanine.
Phenylalanine is the building block for another important neurotransmitter called
So when you take in aspartame, you will increase the availability of one and you will
decrease the availability of the other — you will change the ratios. And when you do that,
when you change ratios of norepinephrine and serotonin, you certainly affect brain
This can lead then to mood symptoms, to panic symptoms; in some people that will
affect seizure threshold, which is why I think I saw seizure in this initial patient back in
1985. And why I saw a lot of seizure activity in people who are taking in a great deal of
Dr. Russell Blaylock: They knew that this product aspartame with time breaks down
into a product called diketopiperazine. Diketopiperazine chemically is closely related to
a carcinogenic compound that causes cancer in a lot animals that are exposed to it, and
humans. So they asked the G.D. Searle & Company do a separate study with the
Well, when they looked at this study, they found some shenanigans as well.
One of the things is when you mix up the diketopiperazine with the animal’s food, you
have to homogenize it so that it is evenly distributed and the animal can’t see it and
avoid it. Well I’ve seen pictures of the feed and they left it in big clumps so the rats were
eating around it not actually eating the diketopiperazine.
There was also evidence that they were giving the diketopiperazine to the control
And of course this came out because in the original study, they found a 47-fold increase
in brain tumors. [But] in the diketopiperazine repeat study they said, “well, look, the
control animals and the aspartame-fed animals had the same incidence of brain
Well, when the neuropathologist looked at it, he said, “that’s kind of strange because
now your control animals have a very high incidence of brain tumors that is not naturally
found in these bodies.”
When they looked at the feed, they found out there were some mix ups of the feeds so
that the diketopiperazine was being fed to the control animals.
These are the sort of things that’s in the Bressler report that the makers of NutraSweet
would not like the public to know about because it’s very frightening. When the
pathologist, Dr. Adrian Gross looked at the material as well — a very well regarded
pathologist. He looked at it and he was absolutely shocked. He said, there is just an
enormous increase in tumors particularly the brain tumors, and of course that’s exactly
what we’re seeing now.
There is this tremendous increase in brain tumors in this country which is completely
unexplained by the neurological profession.
Dr. Ralph G. Walton: When the body metabolizes and it breaks down aspartame, you
wind up with a small amount of methanol, which is wood alcohol that in turn is broken
down into formaldehyde which the body cannot get rid of; the body stores it.
Now the industry has made a big deal about, supposedly, the fact–, it’s not really a fact,
but what they claim is that when you take in fruit, you take in more methanol.
They don’t have the fact that in nature, the methanol in fruit is bound to something
called pectin. Humans lack the enzyme to split the methanol off from pectin so it goes
through the body without doing any damage whatsoever.
The body doesn’t get exposed to the methanol because it’s bound to pectin.
So even though there is more of it, it’s totally harmless in fruit.
But with aspartame you have the pure unadulterated free methanol and then
formaldehyde. It’s a small amount but the body can’t get rid of it. It’s an accumulative
phenomenon so we have very toxic products.
Dr. Joseph Mercola: In 1981, the day after Ronald Reagan took office as U.S.
President, G.D. Searle reapplied for the approval of aspartame. It had previously been
denied several times.
The way this process works is they submit data that they generated and funded, so
clearly it’s going to be in favor of their product. The data submitted to the FDA
committee is not funded by the FDA. It’s not independently financed. It’s not objective.
The process is: this data is given to committee members who are typically scientists and
researchers in the field. This committee had five members who reviewed this heavily-
biased and prejudiced data. Even with that, three of the five chose to vote not to
A new president coming into office allows him to select new committee members and
heads of committees. President Reagan chose Dr. Arthur Hayes to head the FDA
committee. Soon after Dr. Hayes heard that aspartame was not approved, he chose to
appoint another committee member. This new committee member voted in favor of the
approval, resulting in a tie.
Dr. Hayes had the authority to break the tie, and of course, he chose to approve
aspartame in 1981. It resulted in a massive catalyst for its approval worldwide, because
many of the countries of the world look to the United States as the leader in identifying
safety concerns. This was a massive, historic event, and, as you can see, was clearly,
heavily manipulated by political influences.
Furthermore, the FDA empanelled its own panel to review the Public Board of Inquiry.
Three of those people who were assigned to review the cancer part of the Public Board
of Inquiry, the part that said you can’t market it. Those three scientists, every single one
of them said, we agree with the Public Board of Inquiry. These are three FDA senior
scientists. “We agree with the Public Board of Inquiry.” They met with the commissioner
the night before he announced he was going to approve NutraSweet and begged him
not to approve NutraSweet.
As you’ll see documented in the 60 Minutes video below, in 1983, two years after the
FDA commissioner Dr. Arthur Hayes approved aspartame, he left the FDA under
charges of impropriety.
What’s really interesting is, the day after he left, he was hired by the PR firm for G.D.
Searle, the manufacturer of aspartame, with a compensation of $1,000 per day, or
about $300,000, in 1983. Today, that translates to about $1,000,000. So, [there is]
serious cause for reflection.Click Here!
Now if you’re only consuming aspartame intermittently or occasionally, it’s probably not
a big issue. More than likely, it’s not going to cause a problem, but the fact of the matter
is, it’s the most widely used artificial sweetener. It’s in over 10,000 products [author’s
correction: 6,000 products].
They even have new names for it now. It’s recently been called amino sweet. It’s every
bit as dangerous as aspartame.
Everything you’ve seen in this video applies to amino sweet. If you’re having soda,
artificial sweetener, anything that says no sugar, you have to be really careful and read
the label because it most likely has aspartame. Chewing gum is another one. If you’re
consuming any of these products, I implore you to do your research to carefully analyze
and evaluate it.
For more information, Cori Brackett has the Sweet Misery DVD which is available and
goes into more details. Clearly, this is information you’re going to need to help you
recover from the deception and manipulation that is pervasive in the drug and food
industry. These are the types of details that we want you to understand, to help you and
your family better take control of your health.Click Here!