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Is This Effective Advertising?

I heard a commercial on the radio on my way to work today. Let me paraphrase it for you.

You shy sister married a stamp collector. No surprise. But she started Tuesday Karaoke Night. Surprise. Your power suit wearing brother joined the Peace Corps. Surprise. You can’t wait to look forward to what other surprises life holds. That’s why you should get a mammogram from Kaiser Permanente.

How is this effective advertising?

Economy: What a Bust

I am travelling today to Colorado for work, where I will be freezing my butt off for the next three days. I will just leave you with this article, proving some good things come out of the bad economic times. In regards to that last line of the article, let’s check in with her five years from now and see how she’s doing as things move south.

Ballooning Boobies

Women’s breasts are getting larger says a study in New Zealand. If you’re anything like me, you have clicked that link already to see if the article comes with any good pictures, and once you have found out that it doesn’t you closed it and didn’t bother reading it. If you take a second look at the article it says based on sales of sizes C is still the most common size, but look at which sizes are on the rise. It says D-J sizes are on the rise. This has to be people just getting fatter. There is no way these are natural sizes for women of healthy proportions.

In summary, I have just disappointed you with a misleading title and article. Now that you have boobs on your mind, you can go and spend the rest of your day browsing for celebrity nude photos to get your fix instead of getting any work done.

California: Yesterday and Today

Do you know what happened back in 1850, 159 years ago?

California became a state.
The State had no electricity.
The State had no money.
Almost everyone spoke Spanish.
There were gunfights in the streets.

So basically, it was just like California today; except the women had real breasts and the men didn’t hold hands.

It’s About the Whole Package

I’ve been playing a lot of Rock Band 2 recently. Michelle‘s favorite part of the game is shopping for new outfits after earning money from playing shows. “This is better than that whole guitar playing part! Look at these boots! That top is cute.” I should let her play games with shopping built into it. Maybe it will curb her desire to shop in real life.

She is right, though. Creating the character in the game is a lot of fun. It’s not just about the music. It’s about the style, but it’s about style in and out of the game.

I play most of my songs at difficulty level medium, because I’m so used the real instruments that the oversimplification of the controllers confuses me. Okay, it’s because my self esteem can’t take the crowd booing me. There is another, better reason to play on easier difficulty levels in the game. You can rock out better. There’s no greater feeling than dancing and jumping around the family room with a tiny plastic guitar. It makes me feel like a true rock star.

Groupies, please form a line to the left to get your boobs signed.