Redbull gives you wings

cge006I always liked the redbull commercials where the guy drinks a redbull, sprouts wings, and then flies away.  For a while, they could get away without the ridiculous tag at the end of the commercial, which went something like “Redbull doesn’t ACTUALLY give you wings… it’s an energy boosting blah blah blah”.  It must suck when your company’s tag-line is considered a lie, and you have to disclaimer it.  it’d be like…

McDonalds: “I’m lovin* it!”  *actually, we just LIKE McDonalds.  You wouldn’t marry a hamburger.

Apple:  “Think Different*.”   *as long as you think like us.

Google:  “Don’t be Evil*.”  *evil really is dependent on one’s perspective and position, so, if you have to be evil, change your perspective or position so you can get away with it.

Walmart:  “Save money*.  Live better**.”   *in the short term.  **if our suppliers can’t, you might as well be able too!

I think it’s sad that redbull had to put the tag on the end.  I think that, generally, people know that ads lie to them, and redbull’s straight-out lie was refreshing!  (i guess that was ten years ago… man i feel old).

Have a great Tuesday everyone!



interviews! they’re the best.

cge005…so i start thinking like whatever tv show i happen to be binge-watching.

scrubs was the first tv show that i borrowed from a friend on dvd.  afterwards, i wanted to be a doctor, but you know, without the med school and actual work.  After that, it was smallville, which made me want to be superman.  Now, with netflix, there is no end to new and unrealistic career aspirations!

have a great monday everyone!  i the weathers good, go outside!  if the weather sucks, watch some downton!  if downton sucks, well, there’s not much i can do then, is there?