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Thursday, July 2, 2020

History Corner: The Master Book of Memes by Britt Minshall

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book from IPBAs, free of charge, for review purposes on this blog. No compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it, all opinions are my own



This new book helps to explain our history,
so we're happy to have it here today, at History Corner!

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Synopsis:


This easy-to-read Human Behavior study book opens a mysterious world, unnamed until now. Formerly a dark Phenomenon: “Why did they do that?” / “It must be God’s will” or “the devil made us do it!” You’ll discover the 55 MEME LAWS that allow every group and its followers to do astonishing things, some for good and some for evil.

The Master Book of Memes has exciting stories, graphs, a notes box & is synced to YouTube!

Review:

Right now, when it seems that 'mob rule and discord' has set loose upon our land, this is a VERY timely human psychology book on hand. I have to admit when the book came in, Miss Grace thought it was about the internet memes, and eagerly grabbed it and took off with it. It wasn't long before she was back, asking "what is this, it's not a meme!'

And then started a dialogue about what memes actually ARE, and what they have become known AS. After reading this book, we came back and I had another discussion with her, about how psychology defines meme as a concept of how we ACT, based on nature. Want to know why rational people can turn into a frenzied mob? There's a meme to explain it. Why do businesses start out with great intentions, and turn into convoluted greedy corporations? Yup, there's a meme to explain it. 

All psychology is based on basic human principals, and memes helps us to understand how thse principals act together to produce common actions. How a group in the US can act the same as a group in China, without the same cultural factors. Its human nature. This is an interesting read right now, as it is SO SO SO applicable to what we are seeing daily on the evening news. If you like to understand human nature, this is a  book you'll want to read. And if you're homeschooling, it might be a book to read, and then use to help explain the news to your kids, while giving them a crash course in human psychology! 


About the Author

Britt Minshall wrote this book after wearing a badge and carrying a sidearm for 10+ years. He had a major change in his spiritual life, leading him to realize he was truly ignorant of everything outside of his vocation. He also became dedicated to the desire to make the world safe for all people.

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