Jack and Nick....the difference's

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Soulsistah
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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby Soulsistah » Mon May 12, 2008 4:09 pm

Nick is too dense to figure out that you're supposed to dress for the position you aspire to....sooooooooo like I stated before, he's well equipped to be the maintenance manager of the building, little else. ;)

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby catc20 » Mon May 12, 2008 4:12 pm

Quote Soulsistah: Nick is too dense to figure out that you're supposed to dress for the position you aspire to....sooooooooo like I stated before, he's well equipped to be the maintenance manager of the building, little else. ;)


Hehe, they better have insurance if boy is in charge of maintenance. :D

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby Soulsistah » Mon May 12, 2008 4:17 pm

Lol! :-) :-) I'll say. When's Nick gonna grow up and act like an adult? ~)

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby gommie » Mon May 12, 2008 4:19 pm

Quote Soulsistah: Lol! :-) :-) I'll say. When's Nick gonna grow up and act like an adult? ~)




What was it he said today back at RS ???????

I'm saying this for the second time today,'This is nuts'
LOL

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby Plot-Twister » Mon May 12, 2008 4:22 pm

Yeah, there are alot of differences between the two, but that doesn't make Jack Mr. Wonderful.

RS is supposed to be different and visionary. Nick brings that to the table. Everyone is used to the same old same old and originally they wanted to do something different. But Jack, bringing in the wonderkund of the magazine world is going to turn it into one of the generic mags that are out there now. Maybe Nick really does have a viable vision for the mag?

Sounds to me like with all of these changes, they are just putting out another Vouge or something.

I am probably wrong, who knows. LOL

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby calliope » Mon May 12, 2008 4:37 pm

Quote Plot-Twister: Yeah, there are alot of differences between the two, but that doesn't make Jack Mr. Wonderful.

RS is supposed to be different and visionary. Nick brings that to the table. Everyone is used to the same old same old and originally they wanted to do something different. But Jack, bringing in the wonderkund of the magazine world is going to turn it into one of the generic mags that are out there now. Maybe Nick really does have a viable vision for the mag?

Sounds to me like with all of these changes, they are just putting out another Vouge or something.

I am probably wrong, who knows. LOL



I think that should be one of the biggest fears for this issue. Being a typical mag. Or should I say e-zine?

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby yrjazy » Mon May 12, 2008 4:38 pm

Quote Plot-Twister: Yeah, there are alot of differences between the two, but that doesn't make Jack Mr. Wonderful.

RS is supposed to be different and visionary. Nick brings that to the table. Everyone is used to the same old same old and originally they wanted to do something different. But Jack, bringing in the wonderkund of the magazine world is going to turn it into one of the generic mags that are out there now. Maybe Nick really does have a viable vision for the mag?

Sounds to me like with all of these changes, they are just putting out another Vouge or something.

I am probably wrong, who knows. LOL


Even when being innovative there are still some standards in any industry. The points that Jamie were making about why people buy magazines, layout, magazine standards in general etc.. - the four of them had no clue about any of it.

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby Soulsistah » Mon May 12, 2008 4:39 pm

I agree that this mag was supposed to be something different, "edgy" or whatever. Problem is, Nick is not the one that has a vision of what that means. He knows nothing about fashion (look at how he dresses ~) )and really seems somewhat disinterested in the actual fashion decisions - what colours, etc. UNLESS asked (e.g. both Sharon and Phyllis have asked his opinion and he just makes a snap decision because he wants to move on). He cares more about the financial backing from advertisers, so perhaps having a a clearly defined vision of what this magazine is supposed to be is where Jamie can help. Lord knows they all need it.

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby Plot-Twister » Mon May 12, 2008 5:04 pm

All these years we have heard about how creative Nick is and how Victor stiffled his creativity. When he did have an opportunity to get creative, he was. For a long time, the coffee house served that purpose for him.

I will agree that we haven't seen a creative side to him really on this venture, but I think that this is one of those things that we are just supposed to accept that he has (creativity).

When the foursome got together to do this, Nick and Jack were supposed to be equals, now Jack is trying to assert himself over Nick and make decisions without consulting him saying that "there can only be one boss". I think Nick's creativity comes into play when he talks to advertisers and such. It really is hard to say when the writers are not giving us a real glimpse into what he is thinking.

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Re: Jack and Nick....the difference's

Postby KeepingItReal » Mon May 12, 2008 5:07 pm

Jack has always seem to be that way with Nick in business or not....I think it has do do with him feeling more Fatherly towards him....like he's his mentor.


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