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3D or false advertising? 14 Sep 2011 15:37 #36967

  • Keweler
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I'll show Spy Kids this week and hopefully will get some of those scratch n' sniff cards.They advertise that as 4D. I don't have 3D, so I am thinking 4D minus 1D is 3D. Should I charge extra? Advertise it as the next big thing that will save the industry?
Jay
P.S. The other possibility is that 4D minus 3D equals 1D. Now that would just screw everything.
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Re: 3D or false advertising? 14 Sep 2011 16:48 #36968

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Keep your fingers crossed brother. Maybe someday Hollywood will get back to making good films instead of trying to entice people into seats with gadgets.
Bob Allen
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Re: 3D or false advertising? 14 Sep 2011 19:00 #36970

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NO, whatever you do, don't advertise it as 3D, because it's NOT 3D.

Also, don't charge extra for scratch and sniff cards. It's not that big of a deal to make it worth paying extra for. Just advertise it as Smell-a-roma or whatever they call it, and hopefully it will bring in more people than usual, just because of that, and no one will feel ripped off if it doesn't do anything to enhance their enjoyment of the show.
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Re: 3D or false advertising? 14 Sep 2011 19:11 #36971

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Sorry Roxy,
Should have made it clearer that this was meant to be satire.
Jay
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Re: 3D or false advertising? 14 Sep 2011 19:22 #36972

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I thought it was quite funny. :laugh:
Michael Hurley
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