Tuesday, December 25, 2007
EDIT! EDIT! EDIT!
A sadvertising reader says the above photo/site is a darkly clever parody of how Christians misinterpret biblical teachings. Evidently he knows it's so because he knows the people behind it.
If you read my previous post, I guess "wearefishermen.com" hooked me into believing the figurines was a sincere effort in evangelism.
Ok. Now that I KNOW (a'hem), I want my Jesus figurine to be standing in front of a microphone wailing Kenny Loggins theme from CaddyShack - "I'm All Right!"
(PS - I think the real Jesus would also know better than to play football in a robe.)
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
This was pointed out to me tonight - Britney Spears' 16 yr. old sis gets knocked up and her headline is more important than a war.
"What will you tell kids about Britney's Sister?"
Why, I'm going to let out a huge belch, slap my knee, hand'em a beer and teach them the "pull my finger" joke...then we're gonna talk about how love is like a cute puppy that licks your nose and makes you giggle.
Laugh or cry - your politics may vary.
Regardless, this TV spot is a fascinating look into the economics of 1978.
Still, if you "...look for the Union Label..." you probably won't find it.
Look for the union label
when you are buying that coat, dress or blouse.
Remember somewhere our union's sewing,
our wages going to feed the kids, and run the house.
We work hard, but who's complaining?
Thanks to the I.L.G. we're paying our way!
So always look for the union label,
it says we're able to make it in the U.S.A.!
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
The photo above was taken at the Minneapolis Airport, Northwest gate G-10.
The doorway on the right is the jetway entrance, leading to the airplane.
Notice the red rug and the directional sign - if you're a Northwest Frequent Flier ("Elite"), you get to step on their logo. If you're a "General Boarder", you just get to get in the airplane.
Anyone out there able to confirm the rumor of red velvet toilet paper in First Class?