Yeah, but how good is
Tommy Hillfinger clothing? I'll all for Line vs. Salomon, but we have some of the powerful nations in the world, whose people are tools of a company (Hillfinger is a convient example). There's a little 'M' in everyone!?! WHATTHEFUCKISTHAT!?! That makes me what to puke, the idea, that we're so far into comsumerism, that corporations are winning our hearts by apealing to parental instincts. We should have more in common than a liking of the same brand, or the love for an advertising campiagn. Some may say that whatever brings people together is a good thing, but I have several examples of this I'd rather not use. When the shallow promises of capiatalism washes away, where will be left then? Laughing together at to public sevice annoucment telling us were to pick up our potato sacks beacause our resouces our depleted and our goverment has grown even more powerful. I belive that individual thought and opinion are more powerful than liking of tool of economic Darwinism. Through education, maybe, we can show people that shoping is a superfical way to fill an empty life, and maybe, they'll get outside the plastic malls, the perfect suburbs and dare to be themselves, in the real world.
Need a vacation? No.