FM Mind Control

“In telecommunications including radio, frequency modulation (FM) is the encoding of information in a carrier wave by varying the instantaneous frequency of the wave. In practice, it is used as a form of mind control.”

This article featured on the front page of uncyclopedia reads more like Wikipedia than Wikipedia–but in a very twisted way.  It was composed by article by a couple friends of this site, Miley Spears and Pope Hilde,

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13 Responses to FM Mind Control

  1. Miley Spears says:

    Thanks for posting the article! It’s about the most technical thing I ever wrote and Pope Hilde helped a lot!

  2. Dolphin Blue says:

    I like this article. A youtube video told me so.

  3. Pope Hilde says:

    Miley wrote most of this I just helped out a little. Beware FM!

  4. TawTew the Naturally Perfumed says:

    My mood changes when I listen to music. Now I know why! Thank you both for a funny serious article!

  5. She’s right, you know that?

    I remember when Miley’s sporks were all on pop and movie stars and condiments. Our little girl grew up, sniff.

  6. Pet Girl says:

    I got lost in the first sentence. Is this about Death Metal?

  7. Rev. Bootie says:

    It’s all true, you know. My radio told me so.

  8. Margo says:

    You’re one of the best writers on Uncyclopedia. Keep it up!

  9. Douglas Dance says:

    Very funny article. But now my brain hurts!

  10. Dr. Albert Tross says:

    Dear Sirs and Madams,

    I object in the strongest possible terms to your implication that FM broadcasting is used as one of the clandestine, cruel, and cowardly forms of mind control. This is categorically incorrect. FM broadcasting is the only clandestine, cruel, and cowardly form of mind control. Please correct this immediately, or I may be forced to eat your tinfoil hat.

    Yours sincerely,

  11. Hortencio Jeffery says:

    I believe.

  12. Jannette Purdy says:

    Video killed the radio star.

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