Modern marketing techniques are designed for people like you. They're specifically made for people who don't pay attention to ads.
Is there any evidence to support this claim? It is often encountered in these threads. I remain skeptical. Probably my skepticism comes from the same frame of mind that prevents marketing from gaining an unearned column in my purchasing decision matrix...
why else would they have written and passed the largest corporate handout in the history of government?
I am curious about this claim and the numbers attached to it compared to prior corporate handouts by the federal government. There have been some very big ones. Can you fill me in?
Sorry to inform you that money in politics had higher ROI than R&D or quality employees 200 years ago too.
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Not quite, but still mighty impressive.