Monday, September 05, 2011

New KY Ad Debuts Today

This new ad is scheduled to come out today for "KY Intense." Ideally it gets no reaction at all. Realistically, the ubiquitous prediction is: "expect heads to explode."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think I've ever seen a K-Y jelly commercial on TV

maybe it will just show on the Logo channel

heads may explode because they don't show enough

As Democratic pollster Peter Hart puts it simply to NBC News, "Obama is no longer the favorite to win re-election."

September 07, 2011 10:09 AM  
Anonymous a fool plays it cool by making it colder said...

Once again we see that religion is not the enemy of science, the scientific establishment is:

In April 1990, Al Gore published an open letter in the New York Times "To Skeptics on Global Warming" in which he compared them to medieval flat-Earthers. He soon became vice president and his conviction that climate change was dominated by man-made emissions went mainstream. Western governments embarked on a new era of anti-emission regulation and poured billions into research that might justify it. As far as the average Western politician was concerned, the debate was over.

But a few physicists weren't worrying about Al Gore in the 1990s. They were theorizing about another possible factor in climate change: charged subatomic particles from outer space, or "cosmic rays," whose atmospheric levels appear to rise and fall with the weakness or strength of solar winds that deflect them from the earth. These shifts might significantly impact the type and quantity of clouds covering the earth, providing a clue to one of the least-understood but most important questions about climate. Heavenly bodies might be driving long-term weather trends.

The theory has now moved from the corners of climate skepticism to the center of the physical-science universe: the European Organization for Nuclear Research, also known as CERN. At the Franco-Swiss home of the world's most powerful particle accelerator, scientists have been shooting simulated cosmic rays into a cloud chamber to isolate and measure their contribution to cloud formation. CERN's researchers reported last month that in the conditions they've observed so far, these rays appear to be enhancing the formation rates of pre-cloud seeds by up to a factor of 10. Current climate models do not consider any impact of cosmic rays on clouds.

There's good evidence that pre-industrial climate has frequently varied on 100-year timescales, and what's been found is that often these variations correlate with changes in solar activity, solar wind. You see correlations in the atmosphere between cosmic rays and clouds. The theory would probably be able to account for somewhere between a half and the whole of 20th-century warming.

The cosmic-ray theory has been ridiculed from the start by those who subscribe to the anthropogenic-warming theory but those who discovered hold that human activity is contributing to climate change. All they question is its importance relative to other, natural factors.

The findings don't herald the end of a debate, but the resumption of one. That is, if the politicians purporting to legislate based on science will allow it.

September 07, 2011 10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that's amazing

after all these years where sane people have pointed out that there is not conclusive proof that human activity is causing the increase in temperatures and been attacked as nuts by the liberal establishment and media

c'est la vie, say the old folks

it goes to show you never can tell

September 07, 2011 11:08 AM  
Anonymous Rick Perry: Change We Can Believe In said...

actually, you can tell

any time a liberal starts bringing up "science", you know they are wrong

"Perry would be a very formidable nominee against President Obama, and he poses a stronger threat than most Democrats realize and many Republican strategists acknowledge.

The hits are already out. Democrats are looking at Perry’s states’ rights, anti-Washington manifesto Fed Up! as a gold mine for opposition researchers, eager to pounce on his claim that Social Security is akin to a Ponzi scheme. They think that his skepticism on climate change makes him seem extreme, even as Obama halted implementation of antismog regulations in a last-ditch attempt to help create jobs. Most view Perry’s aggressive defense of Second Amendment rights as a general-election loser; never mind that Democrats haven’t touched the gun-control issue since Al Gore’s failed 2000 presidential campaign, and for good reason. All of the conventional wisdom couldn’t be more off base.

Perry has proven throughout his long career that he’s a canny political observer, and he picked up on the anti-Washington mood enveloping the country long before the smart set in Washington did. On the campaign trail, he may be toning down the language from his book, but if anything, his broad themes of bureaucratic incompetence and government overreach offer a striking contrast to Obama’s agenda and get at many of the anxieties facing Americans today. If Obama could point to a record of job creation, Perry’s musings wouldn’t have the same resonance. To an electorate registering historic levels of pessimism about the future, Perry looks more like the candidate of change—and, perhaps, hope.

Polls show that voters care about jobs and the economy, first and foremost. Perry can point to his record as Texas governor, one of the few states with a record of job creation during the recession. Whether he’s responsible for that record is a debatable point, but politically, it is a clear winner. Second on the list is concern over government spending, and Perry’s book is a virtual treatise against excessive federal spending.

Perry will have to address his views on entitlements, but his vulnerabilities on that front pale in comparison to Obama’s vulnerabilities on the economy. Only 35 percent of senior citizens approve of the president’s job performance, according to Gallup, one of his worst-performing demographic groups. With seniors so down on the president, it’s hard to see Perry’s book quote being a game-changer.

If the historic 2010 midterms demonstrated anything, it was a massive pushback against Obama’s big government policies—the stimulus and health care reform in particular. Obama saw his 2008 election as a mandate for a more activist government, and his policies created a resistance that is still churning today. Grassroots insurgencies don’t happen in a vacuum. But Democrats are still grasping at polls that show that the tea party is unpopular, even though the antigovernment sentiment that fueled the movement is as powerful as ever. The White House misread the tea party movement from the start, and it seems to be misreading it to this day.

Just look at the president’s decision last Friday to suspend antismog standards, something that goes against the environmental record his administration has proudly stood for. This was a profound concession: Obama is either conceding that excessive regulation can hamper economic growth, or he’s acknowledging the political pitfalls of an activist government. And if the political pendulum has swung so much to the right that even Obama is cutting back environmental protection for the hope of economic growth, it suggests that Perry’s antigovernment views aren’t limited to cranky conservatives."

September 07, 2011 12:41 PM  
Anonymous Perry/Rubio in 2012 said...

"The other major asset that Perry brings to the table in a general election is immigration. The Republican nominee’s ability to connect with Hispanic voters, concentrated in battleground states like Nevada, Colorado, and Florida, is critical to winning the White House in 2012 and beyond. Perry brings a track record of Hispanic outreach in Texas, and he carried 38 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2010 against Democrat Bill White, in line with George W. Bush’s performance as governor.

More notably, while campaigning to win the conservative Republican base, he has carefully avoided the strident anti-immigration rhetoric that often characterizes the party’s loudest voices. He came out against a border fence—virtual heresy among elements of the right—and didn’t back down from his support of allowing illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition in his state. Perry’s team is playing long ball, and it recognizes the importance of the Hispanic vote and his unique ability to win enough of them over.

Pair Perry on the presidential ticket with an up-and-coming Hispanic running mate such as Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida or New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, and the Hispanic vote is squarely in play. Gallup found Obama’s approval among Hispanics down to 44 percent. If Obama can’t win over a clear majority of Hispanics, ball game’s over.

With his book, Perry opponents believe they have a gold mine of opposition research, but it hardly raises an eyebrow compared to past presidential nominees. Jimmy Carter was eager to face Ronald Reagan, who recorded commentaries arguing that Medicare would lead America down a path to socialism. Bill Clinton avoided military service, admitted to smoking pot (without inhaling), and had to deal with rumors of extramarital affairs during the 1992 campaign. Both won in landslides against presidents facing rough economic times.

With an economy this weak, and with little expectations of it improving, the Democrats would need a scorched-earth culture war campaign painting Perry as an extremist to prevent his capturing the White House, and even that might not be enough. To quote Democratic strategist James Carville: “It’s the economy, stupid.” If the economy doesn’t show signs of improving pronto, Democrats will be staring down the face of President Perry in 2013."

September 07, 2011 12:42 PM  
Blogger JimK said...

Anon, I understand that KY Jelly makes you think of Rick Perry, but probably not all our readers can see the connection. I am going to watch and see, if you keep going off topic like this I'll start deleting your comments.

Seeding a political manifesto with an on-topic sentence won't do it, either. If you have something to say about the new commercial showing two women enjoying the KY product we would like to hear it. Otherwise bite your tongue.

I will not attempt to be fair, if I see something I don't like I'll remove it. That's all it takes.


September 07, 2011 1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

not bad, Jim

you're getting to be quite the cut-up

I've being having a lot of success provoking Priya lately and was just trying to set her off

it's always a plus for the pro-family side when she starts ranting

September 07, 2011 1:38 PM  
Blogger Priya Lynn said...

Why do you think I post, Bad anonymous? I'm all about helping the pro-family side and its a lot of fun to destroy your efforts to dissolve and deny families.

September 07, 2011 1:58 PM  
Anonymous Aunt Bea said...

"I've being having a lot of success provoking Priya lately and was just trying to set her off"

So now Vigilance readers know Anon's claim to come to Vigilance to discuss things rationally is a big fat lie.

He comes here to try to "set off" commenters and every such comment he makes should be deleted.

Priya's been right about Anon all along. We all have been.

Back to the topic of this thread: K-Y Brand Intense.

K-Y® INTENSE® is different than any K-Y® Brand product. It’s not a personal lubricant—it is a female arousal gel scientifically shown to enhance female pleasure, arousal and satisfaction during intimacy. In fact, 75% of women in consumer studies experienced heightened arousal, sexual pleasure and sensitivity…where it counts most. And of those women, 90% reported INTENSE® bettered the overall experience for the couple, which is what K-Y® is all about.

Especially in these times of high-stress, it is so important for couples to find ways to reconnect and too often women neglect their intimate health as they balance their jobs, families and lives. With INTENSE®, K-Y® Brand hopes to emphasize that women need to take time for themselves and make their intimate health a priority.

The first and only female arousal gel from K-Y®, the #1 doctor-recommended brand.
- Creates a rush of pleasure and increased female sensitivity
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- Approximately 20 uses per bottle
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I suggest on the way home from work tonight, Anonymous pick up some K-Y Intense and try to "set off" Mrs. Anonymous at home instead of trying to "set off" commenters here all the time.

September 07, 2011 2:13 PM  
Anonymous destroyer said...

well, don't think it's not appreciated, Nasty

you've really got that whole "no charisma" vibe down cold

it's great to have a double agent for the pro-family side pretending to be pro-"family"

the faux "family" movement, with their surgery and artificial techniques, will never suspect a thing

September 07, 2011 2:18 PM  
Blogger Priya Lynn said...

"K-Y® INTENSE® is different than any K-Y® Brand product. It’s not a personal lubricant—it is a female arousal gel scientifically shown to enhance female pleasure, arousal and satisfaction during intimacy. In fact, 75% of women in consumer studies experienced heightened arousal, sexual pleasure and sensitivity…where it counts most. And of those women, 90% reported INTENSE® bettered the overall experience for the couple, which is what K-Y® is all about.".

Ooooo, sounds interesting, think I'll have to try it.

September 07, 2011 2:22 PM  
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September 07, 2011 2:33 PM  

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