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Re: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social Issues

Really sad, Ned. As the subjects of this discussion are wont to say (quoted I am sure from Beowulf): "Balls !" The Queen said. "If I had them, I'd be King."
Flow gmail
May 14
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6428

Re: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social Issues

Gene, I, too, wonder why leaders shy away from leadership (in public). When the game-players demand an “apology” for statements or actions which created
Ned Barnett
May 14
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6427

Re: My latest blog published in American Thinker

It appears that only half the URL is highlighted as a link. I suggest you cut and paste the entire link as shown below, or try it (I reduced size so it
Ned Barnett
May 13
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6426

Re: My latest blog published in American Thinker

Ned, American Thinker: "page doesn't exist". Regards, Gene Corrigan FlowCharleston@...
Flow gmail
May 13
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My latest blog published in American Thinker

This blog (http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2015/05/some_gop_contenders_stumbling_o ut_of_the_starting_block_.html) just published in American Thinker isn't
Ned Barnett
May 13
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6424

Medical-Legal Practice Newsletter Templates? HELP!

I have a neurology client who does a fair amount of medical-legal work (i.e., lien work, in which the patient is treated and billing is deferred until they win
Ned Barnett
May 13
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Re: [PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social I

I certainly understand the issue of young girls and women having to be "exposed" to this but where should they go? If my husband saw a man dressed as a woman
Michelle Lamont
May 12
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Re: [PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social I

They already are, Ned. The stories coming out of Houston are horrendous. And other cities in Texas are adopting this craziness. It is insanity to submit
Jube Dankworth
May 12
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Re: The dangers of boilerplate replies to social media meltdowns

We knew this about Subway when they decided to keep homeschoolers out of one of their contests for kids. They were slammed and did not respond for months.
Jube Dankworth
May 12
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Re: [PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social I

Love it Jube, love it!!! Sam Samuel L Waltz Jr, APR, Fellow PRSA Strategic Counselor, Trusted Adviser & Advocate SamWaltz@... 302 777 7774 Sam Waltz
Samuel L Waltz Jr
May 12
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Re: [PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social I

I've got a simple solution to this problem. Your plumbing has to match the plumbing in the room. Blessings, Jube Dankworth 713-851-0743
Jube Dankworth
May 12
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The dangers of boilerplate replies to social media meltdowns

Subway blew it (again). They were involved in a controversy about a decade ago over some placemats that were anti-American, and were slow to respond. Now, an
Ned Barnett
May 12
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Re: [PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social I

Yeah - there are so many contradictions to this. The biggest one is that while they demand acceptance of their diversity, they want to criminalize opposition
Ned Barnett
May 12
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Re: [PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social I

​Great point, Rob, great point. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/09/planet-fitness-transgender-member_n_6833458.html And in what I call "the Orgy of
Samuel L Waltz Jr
May 12
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[PRQuorum] RE: [PRMindshare] Branding and Controversial Social Issue

I still question the transgender insistence on TG bathrooms. Doesn't that completely contradict the whole statement of gender acceptance? -- Rob Frankel
Rob Frankel
May 12
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