My Favorite Quotes
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 Rob Zombie - “NC-17 means that you get it in like 3 theaters. They won't run the spots on MTV, won't run the advertising. It's the kiss of death so there was really no other choice.”  
 Dick Wolf - “When it went on the air, the sales department hated it. It was the highest advertising pullout show in the history of NBC. At the early focus groups, people were saying, 'Who are these people Why should we watch them”  
 Dick Wolf - “Advertising is the art of the tiny. You have to tell a complete a story and deliver a complete message in a very encapsulated form. It disciplines you to cut away extraneous information.”  
 Kit Williams - “The engine of ancient society was religion but the engine of contemporary society, as I see it, is advertising.”  
 Kit Williams - “If we listen human instinct actually tells us what we need, but advertising makes us want things we don't need and things we can't have.”  
 Len Wein - “I became an art major, took every art class my school had to offer. In college, I majored in Advertising Art and Design.”  
 Robert Teeter - “We should remember the campaign advertising will be only a smaller portion of the President's total exposure.”  
 Terry Semel - “The Internet and Yahoo are firmly established as 'must buys' for brand advertising.”  
 George Stephen - “I've devoted a lot of my time and effort during the past few years to developing my advertising copywriting business to the point of where I can support my family and don't have to depend on writing fiction for my income.”  
 Robert Smithson - “Language thus becomes monumental because of the mutations of advertising.”  
 Carl Sandberg - “I had been keeping an off eye on the advertising field, thinking I might become an idea man and a copywriter.”  
 Richard Roeper - “The truth is that our way of celebrating the Christmas season does spring from myriad cultures and sources, from St. Nicholas to Coca-Cola advertising campaigns.”  
 Godfrey Reggio - “These films however, have ambiguity built into them, because it's too easy in film to make a strident work of propaganda or advertising, which are really the same thing anyway, meaning the message is unmistakable.”  
 Harold Ramis - “If Chevy Chase had not been an actor, he might have been a very popular guy in advertising or whatever field he would have gone into, because of his charisma.”  
 Sara Paretsky - “Most people don't have the money to spend on advertising to create awareness among readers, nor do they have the contacts at newspapers or magazines to get their books reviewed.”  
 David Obey - “We have to take a look at what advertising itself contributes to added health costs, especially when it is aimed at gullible people.”  
 David Obey - “If you want quality service, you have to pay for it. You don't buy into waste. I have great misgivings about the amount of advertising that we see in the health care field, some by hospitals, a lot by drug companies.”  
 Ben Nicholson - “We are pushing hard to find quality advertising clients.”  
 Julianne Moore - “There was a period of time in America where the advertising world actually went to the housewives of America and had them write jingles that would appeal to them. It was actually brilliant marketing.”  
 Andrea Mitchell - “Instead, they tried to steer me toward jobs more traditionally held by women, in public relations or advertising, which didn't interest me at all.”  
 Peter Max - “I walked out with 14 advertising projects.”  
 Will McDonough - “I don't think there is enough educational programming, but unfortunately, television is built around advertising and those shows don't get the big ratings.”  
 Ann Macbeth - “You have always had individual directors who begin in the advertising or commercial world, but they are probably exceptions rather than the traditional pattern.”  
 Stephen Leacock - “Advertising may be described as the science of arresting human intelligence long enough to get money from it.”  
 Christopher Lasch - “News represents another form of advertising, not liberal propaganda.”  

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