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 on: Today at 01:00:40 am 
Started by gespb19 - Last post by smoltchanov
Liberal Black in quintessentially Blue Dog conservative (but populist) and mostly white Southern Democratic district? No snowball cchance in hell, a case of bad candidate. Democrats had little chances in this district with ANY candidate, especially this being special and Kelly seeming to have little baggage, but absolutely no - with Zinn.

 52 
 on: Today at 12:56:25 am 
Started by RFayette - Last post by Senator North Carolina Yankee
Why am I hated so much

Becuase it wouldn't be the forum community board if the community didn't have something or someone to constantly concern itself with. Roll Eyes

Seems you are the latest object of their attention and losing the update drove them nuts.

 53 
 on: Today at 12:50:00 am 
Started by Vox Populi - Last post by Pacific Speaker Türkisblau
But is he shorter than Lindsey Graham?

There's no solid answers but my cursory googling shows that answers.com has him at 5'8 and Democratic Underground has him at 5'9.

Your answer is... maybe?

 54 
 on: Today at 12:47:00 am 
Started by Wulfric - Last post by SunriseAroundTheWorld

 55 
 on: Today at 12:46:29 am 
Started by Wulfric - Last post by Lief 🐋
Left of center. Other than Social Security, what notable right-wing positions does he have?

I assume he opposes unions, but I have no idea.

 56 
 on: Today at 12:46:18 am 
Started by Vox Populi - Last post by RG Griff
But is he shorter than Lindsey Graham?

 57 
 on: Today at 12:44:05 am 
Started by I left my heart in the back of the cab - Last post by Pacific Speaker Türkisblau
The best target demographic is probably well educated 20-30something women, since that's basically where things like Noah Baumbach's movies and quirky indie romantic comedies like (500) Days of Summer lie.

*barf*

 58 
 on: Today at 12:42:47 am 
Started by dead0man - Last post by © tweed
for a long time now, unions have agreed to concessions on wages-hours-working conditions that would be illegal but-for the fact the union agreed to it in a CBA.  see: salary caps/maximum salaries in sports.

 59 
 on: Today at 12:40:57 am 
Started by Wulfric - Last post by Goldwater
Left of center. Other than Social Security, what notable right-wing positions does he have?

 60 
 on: Today at 12:38:30 am 
Started by I left my heart in the back of the cab - Last post by I left my heart in the back of the cab
So I just realized this. The knee-jerk immediate thought would be really young children as the worst for adults, but that's actually not true, far from it. Actually movies made mostly for really young children are often usually very good. Think of almost all of Pixar's output and the classic Disney films.

But as kids get older the tastes get worse. Movies aimed at teenage girls are almost always complete crap (Twilight series, similar sci-fi/fantasy crap, stupid romantic comedies, PG-13 horror movies) and teenage boys just as bad (either Adam Sandler-style comedies or Transformers type empty action.) I'd actually go and argue that teenage boys are the worst target demographic, since occasionally there's a girl-oriented teen comedy that comes up that ends up being pretty good (Easy A is a good fairly recent example.)

But on the flip side there is a female equivalent guaranteed to be just as bad: Movies aimed equally at teenage girls AND their moms. You know the Nicholas Sparks type stuff. So let's go with that and teen boys as the worst possible target demographics.

The best target demographic is probably well educated 20-30something women, since that's basically where things like Noah Baumbach's movies and quirky indie romantic comedies like (500) Days of Summer lie.

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