Article: SIX Advertisement Samples for the Washington Post - Review & Comment by 31 O

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The ads are great! Vote on your favorite!!!!!!

Thanks for posting Muffin!:D
 
I can't get on using these URLS - anyone else have the same problem or is it my computer?
 
I can't get on using these URLS - anyone else have the same problem or is it my computer?
I can open the adds, but not the comment page.

My favorite one is the last one--World.

Thanks to all of you who did such an excellent job on this campaign! :victory::victory::victory:
I have been crashed all week, so I just finally got around to looking at them and I'm glad I did.
 
If you use AT&T, then you may be having a problem accessing. Cort, I can e-mail them directly to you if you want. Anyone wanting that, send me e-mail at editor@claynews.net

As for the comment page, after you have registered, you may have to enter another password to enter a thread. That password is "action".

Tina
 
I think that the current ads are too "wordy" and use of more images would be good -- I like Ad #2 with "Jim" since it shows a real person living with the consequences of ME/CFS. I agree with the people who say that the ad needs to be aimed more at "healthy" people re: concerns abut the blood supply and how little we know about how this illness might be transmitted if it is a virus.

I noticed that a website is listed. Perhaps something should say at the bottom "For more info, go to www.XXX.org." - where XXX is the site name you want to use and the link should have more facts about XMRV.

I also suggest that someone contact Dr. Lenny Jason (if you haven't already) about using his study of deaths among people with ME/CFS; I think the study has been misquoted/ misunderstood many times and if you are going to use the results from his study, it should be as honest about the study's conclusions as possible.
 
I can't get on using these URLS - anyone else have the same problem or is it my computer?
i can view ads, but not vote for them (i'm using safari).