Re: Subliminal advertising

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Wed Apr 17 2002 - 20:36:45 BST

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    On Wednesday, April 17, 2002, at 01:45 , Richard Brodie wrote:

    > [There's a cartoon here in the book making fun of subliminals-RB]

    And we can all be happy it's there, until...

    > Does subliminal advertising work? Sure!

    No, it doesn't work, in any real sense of the word. So, don't go saying

    > Advertisers have learned to push your buttons.

    Yes, they have. Blatantly, not 'subliminally'. As you say, there ain't
    nothin' subliminal about a bit of tit.

    - Wade

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