Wednesday, July 29, 2009

beer in a box

shoot me now.
really, miller/coors? really? is the MGD64 not working out for ya so you gotta try another marketing tactic to resell the same yellow swill you've been selling for years? really?

i know the demographic this is aimed at...and they won't buy it. if they do, the novelty will last for about as long as it takes them to try and figure out how to use it. and of course, we all have huuuuge fridges with plenty of room to stuff the box behemoth into.

um, not really. i don't know about everyone else, but my fridge is the average fridge and it aint set-up to take a box-o-beer.


that just sounds all natty ratty white and trashy -.-
(that may not exactly be PC, but PC can go fly a kite)

hm... now that i think about, demographic marketing is exactly the same as precision stereotyping. marketing is all about playing to the right people, and to have the right people to market to, you need to divide everyone up into little groups of particular demographics. then you sign them, stamp them, and consider them delivered.
delivered where?
right into their greedy marketing ploys devised just for you so you can keep mindlessly buying into whatever it is they are selling.

ah, the sweet smell of un-freedom.

now, where'd i put my chalice of fine Belgian artisinal ale...

(an original work written by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)

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