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Popdose - Latest Comments in Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Culturally inspired writing.

Last Build Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 10:35:30 -0000


Re: Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Sat, 31 May 2008 10:35:30 -0000

All you need to know about the possible future of advertising is spelled out in the movie "Idiocracy"- it's EXACTLY where we're heading...

Re: Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Fri, 30 May 2008 23:11:07 -0000

"The point I’m trying to make is that a society for which nothing is sacred is a society that constantly destroys while it thinks it’s creating."

True. Who decides what is sacred? OK, we all agree there shouldn't be product placement on the moon. All except ad execs, and they aren't real human beings. But your statement is actually kind of profound, and applicable in so many areas. Unfortunately, we have a great divide in this country on what is and is not sacred.

"If human nature is nothing more than the same smear-job dressed up in the threat of a clever lightshow, how can we claim to be advanced?"

The answer comes from John Huston's African Queen. Hepburn to Bogie: "Nature, Mr. Allnut, is what we are put in this world to rise above."

Re: Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Fri, 30 May 2008 08:04:12 -0000

you know moonvertising is a joke right? whats not a joke, though, is that coca-cola actually researched this for the 2000 new year spectacular, but concluded that any laser that would be powerful enough to project onto the moon would burn a hole through any planes passing overhead.


so, one point for rolling rock, minus one for coca-cola.

Re: Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Thu, 29 May 2008 21:12:22 -0000

I think my suburban hometown has yours beat for the most Starbucks in one city block. We have THREE! Why? Because people are just too fucking lazy to walk a half block in each direction.

Re: Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Thu, 29 May 2008 18:51:41 -0000

"...but the nice thing is that we saved at least one American flag from those wacky flag burners (can’t set a fire where there’s no oxygen, so nyaah nyaah!!)."

I can relate to your woes, Mr. Dunphy. I live in a small city of about 35,000, and we have three...THREE Starbucks within a mile of one another.

"Why can’t we just leave good things be? Why can’t we just say “no” once in a while?"

I was at the grocery store today and thought I would pick up a bag of M&M's.

They have milk chocolate M&M's.
They have dark chocolate M&M's.
They have peanut M&M's.
They have dark chocolate peanut M&M's.
They have almond M&M's.
They have peanut butter M&M's.
They have mint M&M's.
They have bold cherry M&M's.
They have mini M&M's.
They have red, white and blue M&M's (I-Day is coming up!)

Overwhelmed with the choices, I decided that a box of overly salted baked cheese crackers would be a better option.

They have plain Cheez-Its.
They have hot & spicy Cheez-Its.
They have white cheddar Cheez-Its.
They have cheddar jack Cheez-Its.
They have reduced fat Cheez-Its.
They have BIG Cheez-Its.
They have parmesan and garlic Cheez-Its.
They have fucking Sponge Bob Square Pants Cheez-Its.

Maybe a healthier choice would be better, so on to the whole wheat goodness of Triscuits.

They have original Triscuits.
They have cheddar Triscuits.
They have low sodium Triscuits.
They have olive oil and rosemary Triscuits.
They have cracked black pepper and olive oil Triscuits.
They have roasted tomato Triscuits.
They have garlic Triscuits.
They have rye Triscuits.
They have garden herb Triscuits.


Ah, I feel better now that I've marked my territory.

Re: Dw. Dunphy On… De-evolution

Thu, 29 May 2008 18:41:37 -0000

Advertising is an entirely inexcusable, evil industry. Its top executives should be ripped joint from joint and fed to Nike factory workers.