Politics & Policy

Outlook 2004

How things change.
  2002 2003 2004
Victims of Lawsuit

Abuse

Cigarette Makers Fast Food Restaurants All you can eat buffet

providers

Health Hazard E. coli SARS Type 2 Diabetes
Beauty Fixes Botox in a Bottle Mainstream Men’s Products Pet Pampering
TV is… Entertainment Infotainment Menutainment
Post- College Life Big City or Bust Renting from the ‘Rents Success in the Small

City

Style Symbols Zodiac Signs Monogram Mania Oversized Accessories
Reality TV Reality Dating Reality Newlyweds Reality Campaigning
The Next “It”

Demographic

Hispanic Voters NASCAR Dads Bob-and-his-Job
Target Women Voters Soccer Moms SUV Moms Not-yet-Moms
Food Fetishes Lactose-free Organic Low-carb
War Mantras Send in the troops? All systems go. Mission Complete.
Sports Scandals Steroid Raging Center Court(room)

Action

Outrageous Endorsements
Wesley Clark Clark for War Clark Against War Clark in a War
Surprise Teams Anaheim Angles Florida Marlins Philadelphia Eagles
Home Décor French Country/Minimalist

Kitchen

Chrome/Bathroom Bonanza Something Old/New/Borrowed/Blue

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