What is Demon 79 meaning?

How is Demon 79 related to Black Mirror?

A question asked by many readers. I don't have all the answers, but I can try to explain what I know. Let's start from scratch. I watched Black Mirror, season 1 recently and fell in love with it. So I came across this blogpost by Ryan Singel. Ryan writes about a story he read called The Dead Hand. What I read was not the same as the novel Ryan describes. In fact, I had no idea The Dead Hand was a Black Mirror story. I had to find out more. A good review I found says that The Dead Hand is a short story that inspired the Black Mirror episode 'Nosedive'. I checked if Nosedive was in Black Mirror. It wasn't, so the two stories are different. And The Dead Hand was published before Black Mirror. There's nothing connecting the two.

Black Mirror was first aired on Channel 4 (UK) in 2024. How can this be similar to Demon 79? In 2024, most of us didn't know anything about the show, so we would have never heard about the Black Mirror episode called Nosedive. And even if we did hear about it, we probably wouldn't have recognized it because the story was short and the name wasn't all that catchy. After watching Nosedive, we noticed the similarities to The Dead Hand. But as you'll see in the next part of this post, the similarities might be more superficial than Ryan suggests.

The two stories are similar in the sense that both are short (about 50 pages). Both are about a society where everybody has the same face and personality. What makes the difference is that one of them doesn't end in a happy way.

The short version. The dead hand is a device used to control people without them even realizing it. If you go to a restaurant, you put your credit card on the machine and it opens a door for you. The machine has a list of everything you have ever bought. And you think you make the decision. The difference is that what is on the list is not decided by you. It is pre-programmed into the machine.

The dead hand could be thought of like this: you go to the store and buy something.

Is Demon 79 real?

Has anybody else had contact with it?

I haven't since the 1st time. It's always been on a good path for me and seems to help me reach my goals.

Yes, I've talked to Demon79 a few times. He sounds like a great guy.

I've only had contact with one other Demon that I can remember (it's been a few years). He told me he was on the Demon II and III teams and that it helped him out tremendously. After taking it, though, he started to get paranoid about the military doing something to it. He was paranoid that they were putting something in it or had an agenda for it. Needless to say, he stopped taking it once he found out that there wasn't anything on it that was doing anything evil. He didn't take it for very long. I asked him if he'd ever tried using it again and he said he hasn't since the beginning. If you can find a trustworthy source that says Demon works, I think you should at least give it a try. I took it for three months after the one guy I mentioned, but I wanted to see how I felt after a couple weeks of being off it. It was quite nice having it be my constant companion.

For those of you who are skeptical about this product, be very careful! In 2024 I ordered a bottle of Demon 79, from a vendor in Japan. A month later he sent me a letter informing me that the "vendor" had been arrested in Japan and the product he was holding for me was stolen and now the authorities were going to arrest him and all his friends and relatives. This is the kind of BS people are peddling, and it can cause you a lot of trouble if you don't investigate it and don't ask questions. The "investigative reporter" I hired to look into this issue never could get any information at all about the man who had been selling it to me.

Is Demon 79 about demons?

It's not about demons, but it's about the experience of one.

Demon 79 is my journal of a year in the life of a demon. You can read it in reverse chronological order or browse the tags for more specific topics.

Wednesday, November 29, 2024. In the last two weeks, I've made a few friends. Or maybe I just opened up to the people I've already met. Either way, I feel much better about myself. I'm getting through this. I'm a human, and I'm doing okay.

I don't want to write about this yet. I'm not ready to admit I've given up hope. But it's getting harder to pretend.

I had a friend. A good friend. He and I were in the same class together. We played sports together. We went out on the town together. He was a guy who didn't like to let me down, even if were only hanging out because we wanted to. We were friends.

Then he broke up with me. He did it pretty casually, without saying much about what he was feeling. He was never angry or bitter, just sad. I guess that's a lot to process. I was so happy to see him, it was hard to believe it could be true. We'd been talking and texting for months, and I really liked him.

Then he said it was over. I said I was sorry. I knew how much it hurt. I couldn't imagine what it was like to be him. I was sad for him. And I was scared. What would happen to him? What if he didn't talk to me anymore? Would he avoid me at school? Would he stop talking to me on the phone? Would we ever be friends again?

He didn't say anything. I was so confused. I kept asking him what he meant. "Is this all you want? Is this it?" I knew I was being irrational, but I couldn't help myself. I was starting to feel like he was being cruel.

We talked for a while, and it turned into an argument. We were both upset, and neither of us was willing to admit it.

He broke up with me. I cried. The next day, I got a text message from him. It was like he wanted me to know how sorry he was.

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