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Hmmm, chow is easy, same with phil, sierra, sixy, jj, thursday, froggy but what do ya do with WFW&P? Something catchy.... I think this should be the mission for the night. This man needs a catchy name.
I always think of a railroad - like the Wyoming, Frisco, Westwood & Portland.
That, or "whiff-wanp".
Originally Posted by Thursday007
I wrote a paper on socio-political messages in seemingly strictly entertainment mediums, particularly geared toward children. It did not only address the political arena, but racism and stereotypes and through these mediums and methods children are being taught what and who to hate and how it shapes the way they view people later in life.
Doesn't seem like you have to worry about that now with the Disney channel - the idealized rainbow multiculturalism and universal acceptance is easily seen, in fact it's shoved down your throat, even more so than the language, the manner of dress and the attitudes. Back in the old toons there was lots of racial division, granted - some they won't even show anymore because of how politically incorrect they are - but at least they showed familial respect and the kids didn't curse and dress like Twisted Sister.
Oh, I don't wonder - I know EXACTLY what was used there.
All in the name of scientific and literary research, of course.
I knew you'd admit to that.
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