Can a Web site in Cyberspace hypnotize its visitors?
mikal606 at ix.netcom.com
Mon Aug 14 15:32:10 EST 2000
"Blaine Manyluk" <bslaisne at correct.ab.ca> wrote in message
news:01c005aa$e2926cc0$c2e7b8a1 at default...
> Mentifex <mentifex at my-deja.com> wrote in article
> <8n5rcv$s2r$1 at nnrp1.deja.com>...
> > Can an animated Web site induce a hypnotic trance?
> All it needs is a GRATE BIG GIANT EVIL SNAKE, oozing and dripping with
> slime, and Satanically possessed!
I raise you one canteen shaped like a nukular weapon, and the alien meme
that all overlords fear.
It's a well-known scientific fact
> that snakes can hip-no-tize, check out Creation Science 101 for proof.
> If the website features the Snake singing Beatles' songs backwards,
> that's even better.
> [To reply, remove the S's from my address, and change the R's to N's.]
> An infinite number of monkeys on an infinite number of typewriters
> will eventually come up with a good _Voyager_ script.
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