Talk:Commercial media in RTC
May I say that if you coined the word "statelite" that it is most awesome, and wholly fits IB. Love the article! BoArthur 13:48, 9 June 2006 (PDT)
- Thanks for corrections. The "statelite" it is only proposal. I think tahat "areostat" fits to the name of the blimp type but not as a device or technology of reciving and transmiting singnal. What do you think about that? Follow by white rabbit 01:04, 10 June 2006 (PDT)
- When I read it, I could tell that you meant stattelite to be like Satellite but for Aerostats. I'm all for the idea!BoArthur 07:01, 11 June 2006 (PDT)
So, at long last here are my comments. A very nice article! And the logos are wonderful! A few notes:
- I think the Wenedyk name of the WiLKRiT would be Wenedki i Litwańki Kuziel Radiofonie i Telewiżenie. I'm not sure about the "popular" name "WiL-Kuziel" though, because it means nothing but "Wenedyk and Lithuanian Council". If you ask me, a likelier short name would be "KRiT".
- Janósz Korwień – Mikke. Too close to *here* for my taste. In general I try to avoid literal references to Poland. Prof. Staniszkiene is a bit of an exception here. As a rule, however, politicians and other RTC people are fictional, or semi-fictional at best. There's no equivalent of Lech Wałęsa, Aleksander Kwaśniewski, etc. If you want a person reminiscent of Janusz Korwin-Mikke, I'd rather suggest something like Jan Darwin-Bokke or something.
- Same goes in fact for the UPR. The Wenedyk name is correct, but I don't think I ever listed it in my Political parties in the RTC. That shouldn't mean anything, though. Political parties in the RTC are generally short-lived! :)
- Last thing: what is Krdyń?
- Oh yes, I like "statelite" too!
- WiLKRiT is not my original idea and it base on *here* KRRiT (Krajowa Rada Radiofonii I Telewizji). I put it here because of its nonsense existence as *here* as *there* (free media in free state needn’t a superior origination), beside nor WiLKRiT niter KRRiT have enough power to do anything, it is only another senseless commission. Ordinary KRRiT *here* is ‘Krajowa Rada’ witch mines noticing more than ‘State Council’ in deed.
- UPR is my favorite Polish party, not of course of the fact I supported its program but of its comic ideas and actions. In fact it is only Polish political party witch still exist under the same name for more than 20 years now! But I will change the name of the lieder.
- Krdyń is of course Kordyn, typing mistake ;-) Follow by white rabbit 02:10, 23 June 2006 (PDT)