- The funny thing about this is that just one block down and one block over is a Verizon store with about 20 people in line, waiting for the same God-damned phone.
…and then I saw this on Imgur
Would it be great if these people gave a damn about something that matters, even a little, like littering parks and road sides as much as they cared about a goddamn cell phone?
Every second endcap is potato chips or pop or some sort of salt filled snack (Promoting the health of our stakeholders through healthy eating education). A lot of the stuff in Whole Body doesn’t even work or has absolutely no credible evidence to back any claims up. You’re kind a faux hippy Wal-Mart now. Great. Job.
[N]ot to be too too too cynical but I know all the people I follow on Tumblr and all the people who follow me are united in one thing and one thing only: their ravenous enthusiasm for brands. “I came for the sense of a new community, one with a keen feel for the visual but with a passion for language, too,” they say, “but it’s the brands that keep me here. Sweet Christ I love brands. Let the mountains collapse into dust and the oceans all boil, but give me brands,” they cry in the night. I personally remember, as a child, pleading with my parents to let me interface with my favorite brands. And interface we did. With the brands. The glorious, glorious brands.
Help: I’m caught in a social media network with subjects in Barbara Kruger's art!
Ocean Spray admits marketing miscalculation, cancels Cranchovy roll-out.— Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) May 11, 2013