- Nostalgia Attack: 1998 Strategy Magazine Ad Nauseam: This space for rant
- Searching for a surrogate dad & finding him in little Sackville
- A reply to a Calgary Sun article by Mark Bonokoski trashing Justin Trudeau. Surely a sign of Conservative worry.
- Why They don’t get it.
- Peter Van Loan. The Omnibus Budget Bill Garbage Man.
- Thoughts on the Death Of A Canada I Knew.
- HAIL ME!
- Why would a town want to eat its own history?
- Alas, Our Idea Of Innovation Is Still to Dig Stuff Up.
- In the days of free range children.
- 14 excerpts from a slush pile book no one bothered to read.
- “It’s no fun being a Canadian anymore”.
- Pythagorus in bed with Nostradamus.
- Alas, I’m thinkless, unless it’s about me.
- Why everyone is searching for affection.
- To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
- The mainstream media needs a kick in the ass.
- Celebrating the CHEESIES!
- The Façadists
- Sara Haydon on Always Have One Surrogate Father. Or At Least A Flawed Hero.
- Christopher J. Turner on Celebrating the CHEESIES!
- curmudgeon on Searching for a surrogate dad & finding him in little Sackville
- Christopher J. Turner on Searching for a surrogate dad & finding him in little Sackville
- Robin Fleming on Always Have One Surrogate Father. Or At Least A Flawed Hero.
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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Just three items this month, although much weirdness abounds in little Canada. 1. A company called ESKA Water, a bottled water company puts out an ad campaign using white guys dressed up as aboriginals who will do grievous harm to … Continue reading
The trappings of brand are so clearly defined, its delineations so firm one wonders how the object of such a construction can ever receive the affection of a buyer, customer or consumer. Yet it is with affection that one becomes … Continue reading
For four years I worked within the advertising environment in the Maritime Provinces of Canada, and I learned many things. Atlantic Canada is a wonderful environment, full of friendly people, and for the most part, devoid of that big city … Continue reading
The advertising business is a simple business and self conscious because of it. It is the art of persuasion and the generation of ideas is its work. Media is transport. The death of commission and the rise of fee has required agencies … Continue reading