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  1. $$i9 commented on Shoe 6 days ago

    Vance Packard, auhor of the classic expose on advertising, “The Hidden Persuadors” (1957) reported that some television commercials were taking swipes at parents. Winston cigarets (sic) was taking swipes at schoolteachers. For-profit TV began undermining morals and values since Day One because more money can be made with amoral behaviors.

  2. $$i9 commented on Shoe 6 days ago

    My favorite shows have no commercials. I’ve mostly outgrown any desire to watch. If nothing on the tube suits me, I turn it off and watch the cat. The cat only manipulates me into giving her snacks. And the playful, mischievous antics of a cat are more laughable than anything on TV.

  3. $$i9 commented on FoxTrot Classics about 1 month ago

    I’ll bet he can even spit into the wind.

  4. $$i9 commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Yep, the First Amendment give us all the right to lie through our teeth, particularly when making a buck is involved.

  5. $$i9 commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Many, I mean many, of those in the film industry, and likely TV as well, aren’t straight. They’re actors. And maybe that is a contributing factor, that they’ve had hide it so well. Who would have guessed that Rock Hudson, Errol Flynn, and seemingly countless other weren’t straight?

  6. $$i9 commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    In high school there was a fellow, a year ahead of me, with the name, “Gaye.” And there’s author Gay Talese, now in his 80s. Chances are we won’t see that name for awhile.

  7. $$i9 commented on Bloom County about 1 month ago

    Thanks for the clarification.

  8. $$i9 commented on Bloom County about 1 month ago

    I thought First was the right to free speech, thus the right to also remain silent. The Fifth means one doesn’t have to incriminate oneself.

  9. $$i9 commented on Shoe about 1 month ago

    I remember Marceau;s part in “Silent Movie.” I thought it was clever.

  10. $$i9 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Maybe if we would stop watching the TV, watching all those repeating ads which say to us, “You feel…”, we would feel better. When people hear something over and over, they begin to believe, regardless of truth.