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Thread: Anyone familar with the MTV "Choose or Lose" show/segment?

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    I've been asked to take part in an interview and I'm not familar with this program. Heck, I havent even watched MTV since the J. Giels Band was popular.
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    MT what?

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    I stopped watching MTV when they stopped playing music.

    Everybody snap your fingers!
    [flash=320,256]http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/Wx6t11D99tA[/flash]

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    Choose or lose is MTV's way of getting the younger generation out to vote. (For Obama, of course.)
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Choose or lose is MTV's way of getting the younger generation out to vote. (For Obama, of course.)
    That's pretty much it.

    I would stay away. I don't want to be somebody's token gun owner.

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    Tomahawk wrote:
    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Choose or lose is MTV's way of getting the younger generation out to vote. (For Obama, of course.)
    That's pretty much it.

    I would stay away. I don't want to be somebody's token gun owner.
    He might be able to do some good. Would you rather have someone we know and trust or some "gun nut" - me I'd rather have a OC'er and a trainer!

    I mean, look at it this way, they are going to get someone to drag out in front of the camera.

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    Gee, I wonderhow the neo-hippies in the pop music world think about politics?

    It's like he's Jesus or something.






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    Tomahawk wrote:
    Gee, I wonderhow the neo-hippies in the pop music world think about politics?

    Makes me sick how our "unbiased" media leg humps him...

    Not like McCain is any better, sadly.

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    Carry On.

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    I haven't watched MTV since Martha Quinn left...

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    At first I couldn't figure out why Ed put up the same picture of "The Messiah".

    Dope... CLASSIC!
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    pourshot wrote:
    MT what?
    It's pronounced "empty". Just like Obama's speeches.

    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    I'm waiting for a reply back from them as to what the details are. Have to make sure that its good for business, and for the cause! Apparently they want me to discuss Virginia firearm laws.

    They said that it would bea taped segment that would air on MTV....
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    I stayed up the night that MTV debuted and watched Video Killed the Radio Star. I also am in the camp of "watched it until they quit playing music videos".
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    deepdiver wrote:
    I stayed up the night that MTV debuted and watched Video Killed the Radio Star. I also am in the camp of "watched it until they quit playing music videos".
    Man, I feel old now.



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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    pourshot wrote:
    MT what?
    It's pronounced "empty". Just like Obama's speeches.
    I like it!

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