This unmanipulated photograph has been rotationally adjusted and cropped and was shot 1 July 2016 at my studio.
The nation’s most highly regarded deplorables think-tank has convened to discusses container options, having declared “basket” too effeminate.
Top suggestions from the ongoing conference currently include duffel bag, toolbox, and shed.
In a late breaking update we have learned that apparently at least one participant has been ejected and “beat down” for suggesting “fanny pack”. It is unclear if this includes “utility belt” or if the objection was specific to fanny packs alone.
We will keep you up to date as more information arrives.
I know advertisers are really working hard to target consumers. Here we have a stellar example of how deep this commitment runs.
I was poking through the good old family-related super hero films and found myself contemplating the merits of the latest Thor film.
This brought to mind that fateful afternoon when my daughter and I went to see Thor so many months ago. She was excited and animated before, she was enthralled tucked down into her seat in the darkness, and she was utterly aglow as we exited the theater. She turned to me with those big brown eyes and fixed me with her tiny gaze: “I want to study French”.
As you can imagine, I was so very proud. But where to begin?
Certainly we could re-watch Jason Goes to Hell or No Country for Old Men (she is a huge Coen Brothers fan, such a precocious nine year old). Haywire would also be a fine choice, though neither of us would have guessed at that.
But wait, what about French for Kids? Brilliant!
Such a detailed interweaving of our minds as consumers.