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Friday, March 7, 2008

Death Endorses Clinton! NPR books Prodroom

Hillary Clinton offered a new slogan yesterday:

"I'm here for YOU!"

Once used effectively by DEATH, her new "Grim Reaper" persona is the answer to, "Yes We Can!" Clinton strategists feel that this truly is a battle for your soul.

For voters it's a matter of Damned if you do and Damned if you don't.

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Obama's campaign have adopted Hillary's former campaign strategy - called, "Oh Yeah?"

Early results prove that it's working as well for them as it did for her. Speculation is that they'll be moving to another Hillary position, "Stop picking on me" next week, which may be followed by, "Shut Up!" at a later date.

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NPR's, "All Things Considered" has booked ISDN studio time at The Production Room. This follows several recent bookings which were part of NPR programs, "Day to Day" and "Morning Edition".

BBC London have also booked The Production Room ISDN studio for several programs featured on the World Service.

Recent ISDN sessions also included work with advertising giants DDB, Chicago and Young and Rubicam, New York.

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Speaking of advertising and death, our new internet comedy short, "The Giant Go To Hell Tent Sale" is now previewing at - It's rated M for mature. Which seems really unlikely.

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The new film celebrating the Santa Barbara News Press fiasco, "Citizen McCaw" debuts at a sold out Arlington Theater tonight. You'll want to stand up and cheer!But it's probably safer to sit down and hide.

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