New CNN Ad. Facts Matter.

October 23, 2017

News agency trials novel tactic.

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15 Responses to “New CNN Ad. Facts Matter.”

  1. Ron Voisin Says:

    You might, at first, think this ad was created for the consumers of CNN news. But it was actually created for the authors of CNN news.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Voisin is trying to tell us something, but his muddled language and logic once again defeat him (a common occurrence among the ignorant RWNJ mob).

      Anyone with an ounce of brains will reject his premise instantly.

  2. jpcowdrey Says:

    dog, What Ron is trying to tell us is BANANA, BANANA, BANANA.

  3. grindupbaker Says:

    This explains why my banana bread keeps turning out “funny”.

  4. Ron Voisin Says:

    The commercial has been withdrawn. But I have an idea about improving it.

    The scene might begin with a picture of a horse’s ass.

    They then go through the banana, banana, banana narrative like the original except on closing…they explain that no matter what you might think…this is a genuine if above average picture of dumboldguy.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Ron tries SO hard to be clever, but is so pathetically deficient in the “cleverness” skill set that he must sink to the grade school level for his material.

      Horse’s ass? LOL—–I will sink to junior high level for a comeback—–I would rather look like a horse’s ass than look like Ron, who resembles a below average pile of what emanates from actual horses’ asses—–horse shit, which is sometimes referred to as horse apples (or bananas, if, like Ron, one can’t tell the difference)


  5. study the work of Edward Bernaise, Sigmund Froid’s nephew…the father of PR.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Betty, if you want Ron to look up something you must spell it correctly. It’s Bernays—–Bernaise (sic) is the sauce that Ron puts on his bananas.

  6. Ron Voisin Says:

    Back in the early 70’s, when I was a teenager, there were then a stream of surveys and Consumer Reports that revealed a significant quality problem for US made cars as compared to Japanese made.

    Ford Motor responded with ads asserting “Quality is Job 1”.

    I was indignant. Come on, you think you can change my mind as a Ford product consumer with a fiat declaration that flies in the face of these reports.

    But over the next year or two things changed. Ford closed the quality gap to near zero.

    After the fact I realized that Ford’s Quality is Job 1 ads were not intended so much for consumers…rather they were corporate messages to Ford’s employees. And they were an effective part of the solution.

    Both CNN and NBC have some serious truth-quality problems. And corporate CNN is taking action as Ford did, using advertisements to send messages to their diverse employee base.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      A bit more literate than usual, and even makes a point up until the last paragraph, where Ron fails yet again. The only one around here with “truth quality problems” is Ron and his fellow denier morons

  7. Ron Voisin Says:

    dumboldguy,

    A failing of particularly stupid people is that they are generally unable to recognize their own stupidity. And being the horse’s ass that you continue to reinforce I can understand why my logic escapes you. However, you might pause your mouth…listen, reflect and let others do the thinking…especially when you can at least recognize that YOU are Earth’s cancer while we others are not. After all, your chosen moniker suggests that you have at least some recognition of your intellectual limitations and failings.

    Both CNN and NBC have some serious truth-quality problems. And corporate CNN is taking action as Ford did, using advertisements to send messages to their diverse employee base.

    You must think that CNN feels the need to advertise that truth matters to them because they have only ever told the truth.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      “A failing of particularly stupid people is that they are generally unable to recognize their own stupidity”, says Ron, completely oblivious to the fact that when it comes to climate change and commenting on Crock, HE is one of those particularly stupid people—-a Grade-A example of the Dunning-Kruger Effect. (And the irony of that will be lost on him).

      He somehow thinks that calling me names and baldly asserting that it’s MY problem that HIS logic is so screwed up will convince anyone o anythng. LOL!!!!! And that his oh-so-clever argument here will hold any water:

      “Both CNN and NBC have some serious truth-quality problems. And corporate CNN is taking action as Ford did, using advertisements to send messages to their diverse employee base”.

      Got a citation for that, Ron?—–some statement from them that that was their intent? And do you really believe that the Ford ads were NOT aimed at the consumer but at their employees? (Who probably responded better to the internal messaging that they needed to do a better job and sell more cars or they would be unemployed). If so, you’re dumber than we thought.

      As for “…(I) must think that CNN feels the need to advertise that truth matters to them because they have only ever told the truth”—-No, Ron, I think they are merely trying to say that OTHERS tell untruths and we should beware. (and “Facts Matter” is a bumper sticker on both of my vehicles)

      PS My “chosen moniker” is a jokingly self-deprecatory recognition of the fact that I AM an old guy. It also allows me to trap fools like you that don’t understand that I am by no means “dumb”, especially compared to D-K sufferers like you. It also allows for a shortening to DOG and an occasional “woof”—-all good fun.

      You should leave Crock and go back to the world of semiconductors where you seem to have some small expertise—-you continue to embarrass yourself here.

  8. Ron Voisin Says:

    I learn a lot on this site. Obviously your self-proclaimed cancerous self does not. Most all of us use the skills available to us but some self-proclaimed cancers are not able to.

    Sorry for you, dumboldguy.

    Let’s together help you not earn a dumbhorse’sassoldguy moniker.

    I offered to eulogize your cancerous self and you haven’t yet taken me up on this charitable offer.

    Let me extend the charity and help you avoid being a dumbhorse’sassoldguy.

    Please don’t respond…just shut up and listen for a while.

    There is no need to pick fights with me and I’m no exception. You pick them with most everyone. …just shut up and listen for a while.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Ron once again proves my point with this Trump-like outburst. He says he “learns a lot on this site”?—-LMAO—-if that was true, he’d be the one to “just shut up and listen for a while”. Look at the “thumbs down”, Ron—people are trying to tell you something.

      Unfortunately, his narcissism and Dunning-Kruger won’t allow that, so he launches into an enraged and juvenile name-calling rant. (Or maybe he has been drinking again and it’s the alcohol that makes him stupid?)

      Three “cancer” and two “horse’s ass” references in ten sentences? What about “your mother wears combat boots”? I’ll come back with one that’s on a bit higher level to encourage Ron to “up his game”—-“If dumb were bricks, Ron would be the Great Wall of China”.

      PS I don’t fight battles of wits with those who are only half-armed (like you, Ron)


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