Post by supportfortheshort on Apr 8, 2020 8:21:52 GMT
I have two videos here of an experiment conducted at Stanford University in 1971. This experiment was done to apparently test people under stress in a prison-like situation. These two videos might indicate the role of height/size in bullying behavior. I don't know who chose which volunteers were to be guards or prisoners. It does appear to me that the taller/bigger guys were the guards. Maybe they were chosen for that reason or perhaps the taller/bigger guys volunteered to be guards. I don't know. I do know that the guys acting in the role of "guards" most certainly abused the power they were given by the so-called academics who ran this "experiment". And the guys who were in the role of "prisoners" did not seem to be very assertive or masculine if the guy being interviewed at 10:13 of the second video is any indication. In the second video the character who made the video, a guy who calls himself 'Michael', does appear to be a little bit warped himself if his scatological video of "How many holes does a human have" is any indication. At 8:05 of the second video he interviews the guy who was apparently the worst of the guards. The guy's name is Dave Eshelman. Eshelman appears to be about 6'4". "Michael" begins by saying:
IT'S REALLY AN HONOR TO MEET YOU.
That statement speaks volumes about this "Michael". Of course anyone who films himself sitting on a toilet seat can't be all together himself psychologically. But lets just think about that statement. Why would it be "an honor" to meet someone who apparently used this opportunity to abuse people?? I'll have more to say a little bit later.