Fiat Ad. Good taste or the old school schtick of objectifying woman?.

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So, below is advert for the latest from Fiat. It’s got a nice, glossy Italian glaze. It’s almost clever, but it’s 2012, this piece seems to harken back to the 1980’s…Then again, selling cars in America isn’t the same as in Italy. I’m torn on this one as the advert holds SOME creative merit. But I’m wondering if once again, they’ve missed their target…Aren’t women supposed to like this ride? It’s a very cute car, although, maybe that’s their strategy, objectify woman and see if there are a few men out there with the balls to drive such lady bug with Spaghetti on top.

Advice

January 11, 2012

Advice.

Advice

January 11, 2012

Sometimes humans can be very inward looking, I call it the “I” syndrome. Me. ME ME ME ME ME. The best advice I’ve ever received was simple…when someone asks how you’re doing, unless it’s your mother, the answer should always be, “I’m great, and you?” Nobody really wants the long version, and nobody actually cares to hear all about YOU. So, the best thing to do is ask all about them, and then hopefully talk about big ideas, as my theory has always been: Small minds talk about people. Average minds talk about events. Great minds talk about ideas.

Just a wayweirdfables piece of advice. Take it or talk about yourself…and then see who’s really listening.

 

Yawn

Best Advice

January 2, 2012

The best advice I ever received. When someone asks you how you’re doing, just reply, “great”, because chances are, unless it’s your own mother…they really don’t give a shit.

New Year Revolution

January 2, 2012

New Year Revolution.

New Year Revolution

January 2, 2012

Ok, I think at this point it’s cliche to say “Resolutions” for the new year are for quitters. Lets get serious, well, as serious as we can about a blog about a Revolution. But, really, can’t we decide collectively as a planet…”NO MORE RESOLUTIONS”? Lets start revolutions. Anything, but a resolution. I don’t even know what that really ever meant, a promise to do something for yourself that would make YOURSELF better. Forget YOU and your appearance for a minute, your wish to quit eating chocolate, and start something, anything, a revolution, something you can stamp as yours, something that means something to NOT just YOU, but everyone, but, and here’s the kicker, it will be about YOU in a sense, it will be about you making the WHOLE great than it’s parts. You’ve got ideas, don’t be afraid to sell them, to show them, to share them. If you die tomorrow, GOD FORBID, you’ll be pissed you didn’t take a chance.

Wayweirdfables

New Year Revolution

January 2, 2012

Ok, I think at this point it’s cliche to say “Resolutions for the new year are for quitters. Lets get serious, well, as serious as we can about a blog about a Revolution. But, really, can’t we decided collectively as a planet…”NO MORE RESOLUTIONS”? Lets start revolutions. Anything, but a resolution. I don’t even know what that really ever meant, a promise to do something for yourself that would make YOURSELF better. Forget YOU and your appearance for a minute, your wish to quit eating chocolate, and start something, anything, a revolution, something you can stamp as yours, something that means something to NOT just YOU, but everyone, but, and here’s the kicker, it will be about YOU in a sense, it will be about you making the WHOLE great than it’s parts. You’ve got ideas, don’t be afraid to sell them, to show them, to share them. If you die tomorrow, GOD FORBID, you’ll be pissed you didn’t take a chance.

Wayweirdfables

I love this man.

lifeunderwriter.net

The thing is, we still live in a world that’s filled with opportunity. In fact, we have more than an opportunity — we have an obligation. An obligation to spend our time doing great things. To find ideas that matter and to share them. To push ourselves and the people around us to demonstrate gratitude, insight, and inspiration. To take risks and to make the world better by being amazing.

via Seth’s Blog: The chance of a lifetime.

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The News

January 2, 2012

 

Take the poll. I have satelite radio, use mostly the web for my news, however, I understand most people still trust their boxes. So, which is it for you? One is right, one is left, one is indifferent to America, and I’m not sure where the fourth stands.

 

Love to know your thoughts.

 

Wayweirdfables