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    Germay Gets a huge new line of Kp products, soooo not fair =P

    Germany gets a huge line of new Disney's Kim Possible products!
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    Here was my reply in that ARA thread..

    Quote Originally Posted by ncnu,Aug 21 2007, 09:40 AM
    The frustrating thing about the merchandise is that, unlike the US stuff, it is targeted to the right age group with the right colors. Hardly a glimpse of pink or purple anywhere! We sure had some clueless bozos doing products here.

    Gotta dust off my German and dig out some overseas contacts...
    Yes, very much agreed on this matter. The world is changing and there are a lot of girls out there who do not like the pink, frilly, offerings released in the past.

    I would love to know why the merch. departments here in the U.S. never came out with anything like what's being shown on that site. They're one step in the right direction, but they still need to cross the gender bound. And eventually they need to start marketing towards older age groups. Don't they (the merch. dept.) know that more and more adults are starting to hold on to their child hood? One big piece of evidence of that is that, and this is a well known fact, the median age of video gamers is now 30-years-old.

    We want reform! We want change! We want non-pink apparel without frills and tassels!

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    They really got it right in Germany. The colors they went with were perfect and boy i'd love to see us get something like that here... but i'm probably dreaming there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Here was my reply in that ARA thread..

    Quote Originally Posted by ncnu,Aug 21 2007, 09:40 AM
    The frustrating thing about the merchandise is that, unlike the US stuff, it is targeted to the right age group with the right colors. Hardly a glimpse of pink or purple anywhere! We sure had some clueless bozos doing products here.

    Gotta dust off my German and dig out some overseas contacts...
    Yes, very much agreed on this matter. The world is changing and there are a lot of girls out there who do not like the pink, frilly, offerings released in the past.

    I would love to know why the merch. departments here in the U.S. never came out with anything like what's being shown on that site. They're one step in the right direction, but they still need to cross the gender bound. And eventually they need to start marketing towards older age groups. Don't they (the merch. dept.) know that more and more adults are starting to hold on to their child hood? One big piece of evidence of that is that, and this is a well known fact, the median age of video gamers is now 30-years-old.

    We want reform! We want change! We want non-pink apparel without frills and tassels!
    You have no idea how old you are making me feel right now.....:P
    "Say the Word"

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    That's some nice merchandise! Better than what we've got here, anyway. I agree with the above statement!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Here was my reply in that ARA thread..

    Quote Originally Posted by ncnu,Aug 21 2007, 09:40 AM
    The frustrating thing about the merchandise is that, unlike the US stuff, it is targeted to the right age group with the right colors. Hardly a glimpse of pink or purple anywhere! We sure had some clueless bozos doing products here.

    Gotta dust off my German and dig out some overseas contacts...
    Yes, very much agreed on this matter. The world is changing and there are a lot of girls out there who do not like the pink, frilly, offerings released in the past.

    I would love to know why the merch. departments here in the U.S. never came out with anything like what's being shown on that site. They're one step in the right direction, but they still need to cross the gender bound. And eventually they need to start marketing towards older age groups. Don't they (the merch. dept.) know that more and more adults are starting to hold on to their child hood? One big piece of evidence of that is that, and this is a well known fact, the median age of video gamers is now 30-years-old.

    We want reform! We want change! We want non-pink apparel without frills and tassels!
    You have no idea how old you are making me feel right now.....:P
    I do apologize good sir... My intention was not to make people feel old.

    Anyway, I don't see anything wrong with getting older as long as we can hold onto our childhood.

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    It's one thing to hold on to your childhood... it's quite another when you're also getting senile. (I could argue that I'm witnessing such a thing with my own father, but then again, he's always been a bit scatterbrained, so I can't attribute it to senility. )

    I stand by what I said before. We need Shego gear, dang it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    It's one thing to hold on to your childhood... it's quite another when you're also getting senile. (I could argue that I'm witnessing such a thing with my own father, but then again, he's always been a bit scatterbrained, so I can't attribute it to senility. )

    I stand by what I said before. We need Shego gear, dang it!
    Yes, I long to see you prancing around in Shego's jumpsuit...

    But seriously folks..

    Shego stuff would make for good apparel/merchandise. Her color scheme alone would make that so.

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    I want an official Shego 'toasting' sunlamp. Or maybe the Bonnie Rockwaller model would be better, I don't know ... Get Consumer Reports on the case, pronto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Here was my reply in that ARA thread..

    Quote Originally Posted by ncnu,Aug 21 2007, 09:40 AM
    The frustrating thing about the merchandise is that, unlike the US stuff, it is targeted to the right age group with the right colors. Hardly a glimpse of pink or purple anywhere! We sure had some clueless bozos doing products here.

    Gotta dust off my German and dig out some overseas contacts...
    Yes, very much agreed on this matter. The world is changing and there are a lot of girls out there who do not like the pink, frilly, offerings released in the past.

    I would love to know why the merch. departments here in the U.S. never came out with anything like what's being shown on that site. They're one step in the right direction, but they still need to cross the gender bound. And eventually they need to start marketing towards older age groups. Don't they (the merch. dept.) know that more and more adults are starting to hold on to their child hood? One big piece of evidence of that is that, and this is a well known fact, the median age of video gamers is now 30-years-old.

    We want reform! We want change! We want non-pink apparel without frills and tassels!
    You have no idea how old you are making me feel right now.....:P
    I do apologize good sir... My intention was not to make people feel old.

    Anyway, I don't see anything wrong with getting older as long as we can hold onto our childhood.
    No Big, Zephyr! Perhaps I should have really said "dated".:P
    "Say the Word"

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