He told me he used to work on video games, the coding side, though he was close to the art-department of course. He then went on to work for Microsoft. I said that I play the occasional game and that the characters are looking so realistic now, but you can clearly tell it was a video game. The guy said: Oh, companies and when I worked my software house have tested out much more human-realistic characters, but when they were tested, it disturbed the player, so they're kind of down-graded and digitized in a more human-cartoon cross as to not freak the player out."
Yeah, they call that the Uncanny Valley- they say, subconsciously, your mind feels it's just too real..haha.
Well, this psyop was clearly meant to test Martial Law, seeing as they shut down Boston for the 'manhunt' which took place in.. Watertown. Everyone I asked about this was perfectly fine with it.
I still haven't seen a dead body picture. Still haven't seen more than 10 people injured in a photo. Still haven't seen pain on a legless man's face.
So my attention turns to the reason for this psyop, and to find out what they accomplished from such an event. In addition to Martial Law exercises, obviously it keeps the populace on edge, I guess. The Powers that Be must love being so brazen, and it's becoming quite apparent that each and every one of them is clearly a sociopath.