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Is my mother-in-law crazy about saying that Nickelodeon and Disney TV cartoons have subliminal messa

Author : Jason

Submitted : 2018-02-22 22:18:42    Popularity:     

Tags: Nickelodeon  Disney  crazy  mother  law  

My wife and I let our kids watch Disney and Nickelodeon TV cartoons from time to time. Though, one day as my wife was talking to her mother, who is a traditionalist Catholic, she told my wife that Nickelodeon and Disney TV cartoons have subliminal messag

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Nickleodeon DOES.

Disney does not.

But Disney puts in "Easter eggs" -- little drawing things that remind you of something else -- into movie where youi don't expect to find them

The fact of the matter: NO, She is correct, but you can believe what you want to believe. It is your childrens future that is at stake if they will be obedient to you and God Holy Word or if they will not and only you have the power to correct it now. listen to www. Dr. Duane Spencer.com, he will break everything down into key word studies so you can understand your Bible more perfectly, may God richly bless you and save you and watch over you and protect you from Satan, the evil one, take care.

No, your mother-in-law is not crazy. Disney and Nickelodeon promote ungodliness, and poor life-choices through their subliminal messaging. Many Catholics and Christians, and other religious people find Disney/Nickelodeon materials objectionable.

Friend one of the most famous cartoons that slipped by the sensors was Sesame Street and Big Bird and Ernie arguing about the spelling I was certain thing and so big bird says to the other guy if you see k why do you keep saying you? There have been quite a lot of other such things in children cartoons the children understand it way before the adults do and are sitting there laughing their butts off and the parent's rarely if ever figure it out

I'm curious as to where she got her disinformation.

The FCC regulations governing television in the USA forbid the use of subliminal messages. I doubt your mother-in-law really understands what "subliminal" actually means?

Back in the days when Drive-in Movies were popular, there was a minor scandal about subliminal ads used to encourage people to visit the snack bar. Supposedly, a number of individual frames were spliced into the feature film. Messages like "Popcorn," or "Have a Coke" would flash so briefly they escaped conscious notice by most people and the customers crowding the snack bar all believed it was their own idea. It's not legal to do that anymore.

I suspect when Granny sees something of which she disapproves, she calls it "subliminal" when it actually isn't.

She is correct, modernist.

nonsense. your mother-in-law is a nutcase



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