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Mar 15, 2010
Yep, print ads for perfume do make sense. Regarding Palin: What President have you voted for in your life besides Obama that knew the answer to that supercilious question? I agree with Buckley: "I'd rather entrust the government of the United States to the first 400 people listed in the Boston telephone directory than to the faculty of Harvard University." Proof: 1) Albert Einstein, the intellectual's intellectual: "You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war." Probably the most inane political statement I have ever read. Retarded on its face, yet you'll find it on the sweatshirts of intellectuals worldwide. If you need a literacy refutation, read the memoirs of any Soviet general and it's clear the "dope" Reagan proved that one wrong. 2) My good friend Tony with an I.Q. that puts yours and mine to shame (Duke undergrad, masters from Harvard) "I wouldn't hire 90 percent of my classmates on a bet, they don't have the brains to come in out of the rain." He'd agree that they sure do know how to memorize facts though... 3) Jimmy Carter was fluent in reactor technology and nuclear physics. Quite a brain there, just not much of a President. In my (and Tony's) experience smart comes in a variety of flavors, and rote memorization is likely one of the least critical. Of course we could bring Eric Anderson in on this, he has a masters in history. I'd be eager to hear his take...
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My ex business partner Steve has a new post asking why anybody uses glossy branding ads, when direct marketing is so much more cost-effective, and builds brand at the same time. The weird thing about us was that we cared about conversion (vs “branding”) , and despite dozens of attempts to make a...
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