“Samsung Wants to WIPE YOUR MEMORY So You’ll Watch TV Shows Again”

–What if they “miss” the correct “little grey cells”, and wipe out other things?
–What if they create black holes in your brain that start eating everything else in your memory?
–What if you decide to watch Cop Rock again?
questions, questions…..
h/t WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?
Samsung has taken creepy to a whole new level. A website launched by the company in January promises toerase from your memory all of your favorite television shows so you can “re-experience [them] with the same thrilling feeling you had the first time you watched [them]”… [>>> how would you KNOW it was the same thrilling feeling you had originally if you didn’t remember that? <<<]
The memory wiping process is accomplished via hypnosis. Unspoil Me uses a 23-minute video and audio program developed by certified hypnotists Ulf Sandström and Fredrik Praesto. The site states:
You decide what TV series you’d like to forget.Then you’ll be guided through self hypnosis in a digital audio experience, [led] by a certified hypnotist.
The experience lasts about 23 minutes and has to be experienced without interruption. Therefore, we recommend you to use headphones and make sure you’re in a place where you will not be disturbed.
Once you’ve completed the hypnosis it’s recommended that you get one night’s sleep before you watch your favorite TV series for the first time again in order for your brain to integrate the hypnosis with the rest of your body… [what does that even mean?]
While many will likely be drawn to this tool by its promise of being able to re-experience favorite programs, it is worth noting that Samsung is not a company this writer would ever trust enough to have them tinkering around inside my head…

14 Comments on “Samsung Wants to WIPE YOUR MEMORY So You’ll Watch TV Shows Again”

  1. Welcome to the Borg. Svengali had nothing on Samsung, so I’m supposed to trust their technology to brainwash me, not a chance, I don’t trust them anymore than I do Alexa, Siri, fakebook or any other device that wants to know my every thought or action, screw that. Welcome to 1984 Mr. Smith. It might be OK for democraps and brain dead morons but not for me. HAL is becoming more and more creepy all the time, “Watch out Dave, we can’t have you thinking for yourself Dave, this is for your own good Dave” and HAL kills him because he wouldn’t assimilate and be a nice boy and play along with their evil nefarious schemes. This is almost the stuff of bad scifi come true. What’s next, Daleks, “EXTERMINATE.”

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  2. But MY memory is about shows from the past, when there was talent, creativity, and clean living.

    My TV remains in the OFF position, classical music ON.

    But, thanks for the advice.

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  3. …so you can “re-experience [them] with the same thrilling feeling you had the first time you watched [them]”

    Thrilling feeling is kind of an overstatement, no?

    We already re-watch shows. I don’t see the problem.

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  4. All you have to do is wait till you are as old and forgetful as we are, then you can enjoy your favorite shows all over again… and again… and again…

    It’s one of the perks of aging.

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  5. They want to tinker inside your head, but they can’t even make a cable box that allows you to channel surf – yeah, sure.

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