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The Teenage Horror of 'Parenthood'

HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 8:54 AM
More personal insults and more baseless assumptions don't make your point. And studies have shown repeatedly that NOT endorsing a media product can provide more attention. It's called "anti-marketing" and it's been successfully used before. Even in the scope of parenting, they call it "Kicking an Elephant" ordeal. When you tell a child, "Don't kick elephants." What do you think they'll think of first? They'll probably think of kicking elephants. By bringing attention to something, you only reinforce it.
HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 9:06 AM
You can continue with all the personal insults that you want. It's not going to make your point any more valid. This is a free and open forum. We're allowed to discuss these issues in a civilized manner. Just claiming that you're right and those that disagree with you are wrong is not logical, nor is it honest. If you truly are that convinced that you're right, why do you even need to insult people or debate it? Isn't being right sufficient?
annfan_777 Wrote: Jan 25, 2013 9:02 AM
Meaning that I'm correct and you do have yellow stripe down the middle of your back?

You have no business posting opinions about something you are too gutless to even see with your own eyes.
The NBC series "Parenthood"' has drawn raves from TV critics this season for a storyline about a 40-something mother fighting cancer. Then on Jan. 1, NBC asked viewers to tune in the following Tuesday for an "unforgettable" new episode. A teenager would get an abortion at Planned Parenthood. Such is NBC's definition of "parenthood."

Drew, one of show's leading teenager characters, has an ex-girlfriend named Amy who comes back to tell him "I'm pregnant." The high school seniors go to the Planned Parenthood clinic, and the scene plays like a political commercial.

The counselor says, "If you decide to...