Will the elected government make the lives of their electors great again?
Small business has always been big. Just not especially visible.
Small is the new big Doc Searls, the celebrated co-author of Cluetrain Manifesto published a detailed narrative of how business is done within his intimate surrounding.
You probably can easily recall very similar stories from the business conduct in your own immediate surrounding. Of how you help each other out in your community and family. We are following a path previous generations have been following until BIG came along. The path of family businesses, that of craftmanship.
None of them want to grow their businesses any larger than they need to be.
fahionable Nazi romanticism Fisch “You migratory birds1 in the air,
in the ether, in the sunny scent,.
in blue sky waves,.
I greet you as a journeyman!
I’m also a keen hiker
a fresh breath of life I am carried by
and my song gift
is my dearest belongings.”
A dominant, liberal elite including the liberal press is accusing the US President. Not of something the President did but what they fear he will be doing. How does this differ from previous Presidents new in office?
We now live our lives n media while with previous Presidents we lived a normal life. One without the media extension.
An international liberal elite fears to lose their dominance and demonstrates bad behavior. The bad behavior they accuse the president of.
Inappropriate group portrait with assholes
A lifetime I am consumed with and wonder what sources the next Nazis will spring from. How the next fascist groove thang will come about.
I must have had a more conducive progress in mind to come about with the transformation. Not a transformer as he appeared with Donald Trump.
Fortune favors the bold
I urge my socialist friends to hold back with their scorn. See first if work gets returned. And if money goes into the pockets of the hard working people.
Long standing resilience on German tv: Carglass and Fielmann glasses
Resilience German commercial television air time is dominated by digital brands, products and services. For at least two years in a row and long enough to leave an impression. Conventional household brand names have come close to become extinct.
But wait a minute, there are two contenders that seem resilient toward the epidemic spread of new technology driven businesses.
Fielmann glasses, with stores throughout the counties runs a high and dry testimonial campaign ending in the briefest possible message in white letters on a black background: Glasses: Fielmann.
You can’t be more to the point than that.
The other is Carglass, a repair franchise for damaged car glass with a campagin that reminds me of advertisements you see on local tv in the US heartland.
Both campaigns have been running long enough at a frequency to insure excellent sales quotes.
Glasses: Fielmann ad in original language
A take on an international Carglass ad
(does not represent a typical hard selling ad, carglass is known for)
Kiss caramel, with nobility a taste perceived exeptionally well.
Das Duell (the shoot out)
Spoonerism For the introduction of their caramel kisses, Ferrero won’t place their bets on 15 or 30 second tv ads. A 5 second tvc should do.
Ferrero Kisses have long made a name for themselves. Here’s what some genius figured. More attention for less (content) works wonders with consumers struggling with information overload. 30 seconds of product explanation or a memorable fun line presented in 5 second slots, you do the math.
The launch of their 5 second tv campaign got my attention and had me laugh out loud. Hit the button for many more one liners rhyming on caramel. Some German language knowledge required.More spoonerismin German language
Speak the language Are you receiving tired Trump jokes by best friends in your inbox? What a relief to be uplifted by this global campagin for learning language app Babbel by W+K London. It succeeds in spreading much appreciated humor to remote corners such as Germany, knee deep in serious carnival.
back home It doesn’t take guts but brains to make use of inverted psychology. And help remind rural counties to please get back with the program. Not that what I perceive as either a subtle political, or as a cynical statement was intended though: Read in fullby E.J. Schultz