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6th Sep '17 9:17:45 AM CosmicFerret
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* Just about every GlobalWarming commercial ever. One involves children running while the floor cracks ending with [[FinalGirl a little girl]] hanging on to a tree as the floor crumbles below her. We won't even [[TheDayAfterTomorrow talk about]] [[Film/TheHappening the movies discussing this subject]].

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* Just about every GlobalWarming commercial ever. One involves children running while the floor cracks ending with [[FinalGirl a little girl]] hanging on to a tree as the floor crumbles below her. We won't even [[TheDayAfterTomorrow [[Film/TheDayAfterTomorrow talk about]] [[Film/TheHappening the movies discussing this subject]].
8th Jul '17 9:51:45 AM nombretomado
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** However, it must be noted that, according to TheOtherWiki, that wasn't really his campaign slogan and there is no evidence that his party was responsible for it. He was running on an anti-immigration plank and the slogan, which was erected around the area, benefited his campaign, although he wasn't responsible by it. Griffiths would later write his own book on the election, "''A Question of Colour. The Smethwick Election of 1964''".

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** However, it must be noted that, according to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, that wasn't really his campaign slogan and there is no evidence that his party was responsible for it. He was running on an anti-immigration plank and the slogan, which was erected around the area, benefited his campaign, although he wasn't responsible by it. Griffiths would later write his own book on the election, "''A Question of Colour. The Smethwick Election of 1964''".



** The "Daisy" ad only aired one time, on NBC in prime time two months before the election, and was pulled by the Johnson campaign amid a storm of protest. The point had been made however, and (according to TheOtherWiki) [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity some thought this was the Johnson campaign's strategy from the beginning]].

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** The "Daisy" ad only aired one time, on NBC in prime time two months before the election, and was pulled by the Johnson campaign amid a storm of protest. The point had been made however, and (according to TheOtherWiki) Wiki/TheOtherWiki) [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity some thought this was the Johnson campaign's strategy from the beginning]].
11th Mar '17 2:27:29 PM Dialh
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* In 1988, the Liberal Party ran the famous [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKQPw9vmG04 "Border" ad,]] depicting American negotiators erasing the Canada-US border and effectively merging Canada into the United States. The Progressive Conservatives retaliated with an ad depicting the border being drawn back on, and won the election.
1st Mar '17 12:23:56 PM ILoveDogs
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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where ''how he eats his steak''[[http://www.eater.com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality]] has been used as a way to shove him in a negative light. ''That'' is how badly they want to push the scare campaign.
** Then there's all the calls to have Trump impeached, even though (at the time of this writing), he's done nothing to legally warrant that while in office.
1st Mar '17 10:31:18 AM Jhonny
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** Then there's all the calls to have Trump impeached, even though (at the time of this writing), he's done nothing to legally warrant that.

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** Then there's all the calls to have Trump impeached, even though (at the time of this writing), he's done nothing to legally warrant that.that while in office.
1st Mar '17 5:15:48 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where {{http://www.eater.com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality''how he eats his steak''}} has been used as a way to shove him in a negative light. ''That'' is how badly they want to push the narrative.

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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where {{http://www.''how he eats his steak''[[http://www.eater.com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality''how he eats his steak''}} com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality]] has been used as a way to shove him in a negative light. ''That'' is how badly they want to push the narrative.scare campaign.
1st Mar '17 5:14:08 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where [[http://www.eater.com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality''how he eats his steak'']] has been used as a way to shove him in a negative light. ''That'' is how badly they want to push the narrative.

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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where [[http://www.{{http://www.eater.com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality''how he eats his steak'']] steak''}} has been used as a way to shove him in a negative light. ''That'' is how badly they want to push the narrative.
1st Mar '17 5:07:54 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where a celebrity just saying they support him can make national headlines. Kanye West, Clint Eastwood, Gene Simmons, among numerous others have been scrutinized just for encouraging him.
** Then there's all the calls to have Trump impeached, even though (at the time of this writing), he's done absolutely nothing to legally warrant that.

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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where [[http://www.eater.com/2017/2/28/14753248/trump-steak-well-done-ketchup-personality''how he eats his steak'']] has been used as a celebrity just saying way to shove him in a negative light. ''That'' is how badly they support him can make national headlines. Kanye West, Clint Eastwood, Gene Simmons, among numerous others have been scrutinized just for encouraging him.
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** Then there's all the calls to have Trump impeached, even though (at the time of this writing), he's done absolutely nothing to legally warrant that.
1st Mar '17 5:02:58 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Following Donald Trump's victory and election, the media doubled down ''hard'' on their notions that Trump is going to destroy America and that he's nothing more than a misogynist, xenophobic bigot. Twitter actively goes after many people who support him or say anything positive in his tweet threads, and more recently, it's gotten to a point where a celebrity just saying they support him can make national headlines. Kanye West, Clint Eastwood, Gene Simmons, among numerous others have been scrutinized just for encouraging him.
** Then there's all the calls to have Trump impeached, even though (at the time of this writing), he's done absolutely nothing to legally warrant that.
20th Feb '17 5:27:04 PM nombretomado
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** In February 2013, a London baby was attacked by a feral fox and lost a finger. The pro-hunting lobby and its sympathetic media ([[BritishNewspapers The Daily Mail]]) proclaimed this incident is a direct result of the hunting ban which has allowed foxes space to breed and become a real menace. No word from the Daily Mail as to how well a traditional fox-hunt might work in urban London, though.

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** In February 2013, a London baby was attacked by a feral fox and lost a finger. The pro-hunting lobby and its sympathetic media ([[BritishNewspapers (''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers The Daily Mail]]) Mail]]'') proclaimed this incident is a direct result of the hunting ban which has allowed foxes space to breed and become a real menace. No word from the Daily Mail as to how well a traditional fox-hunt might work in urban London, though.
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