Man’s IQ Drops Significantly After Watching Yuri Kuma Arashi
February 18, 2015 TritiumXL 0 Comments
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LOS ANGELES, CA — Blake Madison, 22, was fresh out of college, with a Bachelor’s degree in hand and a world of endless opportunities ahead of him.
But now, he works at the local diner, washing dishes for chump change. This bright man was reduced in mere weeks to an empty shell of an former intellectual aristocrat.
The cause? A new Japan subliminal brain experiment referred to as Yuri Kuma Arashi (transliterated as Lily Bear Storm).
Yuri Kum Arashi is a Japan made anime with neural effects on par with a biological weapon.
“The psychological content of the show’s visuals seem to hint at some sort of attempt at subconscious rendering.”
Those who have watched the show have displayed signs of confusion, nausea, and disorientation, which are all symptoms that are commonly associated with Cognitive Dysfunction. The high frequency of symptoms with viewers of the show suggest that it is more than just a coincidence.
This is a theoretical base structure for an audio/visual based lobotomy similar to the one used in Yuri Kuma Arashi.
We have asked several pretentious online armchair scientists for their opinions on the matter:
“It is a common fact that manipulation of media can reduce brainwave activity in certain areas of the brain. If targeted at specific places it is possible to restructure neurons in both hemispheres,” states self-proclaimed expert on neuroscience, Jon Bridges.
“The psychological content of the show’s visuals seem to hint at some sort of attempt at subconscious rendering. The state of confusion induced by the show’s lack of plot puts the mind in a highly suggestive state,” notes Cory Panoy, after watching the first episode of the show.
However one anonymous fan had this to say: “It’s possible the show is just bad and anyone who knowingly keeps watching it is a natural idiot.”
In any case, the world has lost a gifted man, Blake Madison, to this terrible tragedy. And he may not be the only one. Thousands of unsuspecting victims continue to watch this show to this day. We can only hope the effects aren’t as severe for others as it was in Madison’s case.