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10 Responses to “Acomplia For Sale”

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  2. Eric Havaby says:

    The only thing for sure that you can say about the Great Wall is that you CAN’T see it from space! Urban myth alert!

  3. gina says:

    Mao seems like the most appropriate. I think the ad here is going for “don’t re-elect Obama or we will be working for Chinese overlords” and Mao is one among the boilerplate tropes of things we should be fearful of (who is afraid of working for Panda overlords?). My guess they would have loved to put Hitler up there, but perhaps TOO many Americans would be aware of the disconnect?

    That being said, American political ads in Chinese? I’m sort of impressed with at least attempts at multi-culturalism, as opposed to Chinese (who are actually played by Japanese people) speaking bad Chinglish. A step in the right direction?

  4. Kellen says:

    Yeah gotta agree with Eric here. That lie bugs me every time I hear it. If you can see it from space, than you can see the road outside my house from space. Their dimensions are equivalent for all intents and purposes.

    Not only that, what the hell does it mean with “from space” anyway?

  5. Alan Baumler says:

    Kellen,

    Thanks for the update. Thanks also to the e-mailer who told me that Ichiro is Japanese.

  6. Alan, I knew you were going to get one of those, but the joke was worth it.

    According to Lovell’s The Great Wall which I’m reading now, “the Great Wall can be seen from space” was first claimed in 1893, well before anyone had any idea what things would look like from space, and popularized by “sinophile” cartoonist and mythmaker Robert Ripley (“Ripley’s Believe It or Not!”) in the ’30s, well before anyone had any idea what things would look like from space.

    My understanding is that the first Chinese astronauts were interviewed about this, and explicitly denied that the Great Wall was visible from orbit.

    Lovell’s book is OK, but definitely on the popular side and a bit breezy over some critical (for me) issues; now I want to read Waldron’s.

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  9. Daniel says:

    Representing the Chinese-professor ad as particularly anti-Chinese may rally some base, but those who find the ad effective aren’t typically seeing the Chinese represented as *evil*; merely as *rival*. And one is just *not* going to get many *converts* by telling these people that they presently think or feel differently from how they actually do.

    As to the laughter of administrators, I’d note that the classroom of to-day uses little of the advanced technology that, thirty and forty years ago, I was told would dominate well before now. The technology exists; sometimes it is even installed; but it’s not much used. The classroom looks pretty much as it did when I was a student. Perhaps 2030 will be very different; perhaps not.

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