Lance. Obnoxious Editorial Note: Why Does It Take Four Decades To Up-Load a Fifty Mega-Byte Clip? Sheeit!
I Had Better Internet in Iraq!
I called up my ‘Internet Survive Provider….’
Guess How That Went
“Hello Valued Customer; How may we Help YOU Today?”
“You can eat Shit and Die!–How’s That For My Pre-Amble?”
Our Conversation Went Down-Hill from There.
How I Would be, as a Daughter Daddy:
Don’t Bother Reading.
It is Just For The Record of My Self-Pity. “Every (Rare) Once In A While I See Something On TV That ‘Moves’ Me. This Commercial Moved Me–Gave Me Hope–Made Me Misty-Eyed. Almost Cried.” That’s a Lie. I did cry.
I have been re-watching “Mad Men”–Most are familiar with the show.
For those who have been living under a rock for the past two decades:
The series is all about Madison Avenue.
Advertising in The Sixties.
It actually brought a tear to my eye
(See below about how sorry I feel for myself for not taking the time to have a daughter)
One More “Daughter-Related” Brilliantly done Commercial
“Roots and Wings”
Vid Cred: Entertainment Marketing
Longer Version Audio Only—Full Vid has been flushed down the Memory Hole. I Shoulda Saved It when I Had The Chance. Shit!
Artist: Miranda Lambert
Vid Cred: I don’t Know, (I am too drunk to be bothered to look but thak you!
fu*k, Hell you are!)
More of Rosanne!
“You know that life don’t hold no glamour anymore”
Let’s break this down, shall we?
It all hinges on the word ‘that’
And how you intrepret the usage of it
“You know ‘that life’ don’t hold no glamor anymore.”
Could mean potential sucicide
You know ‘that’ life, could mean “I am fucking tired of being a performing artist and I want a ‘real life’
What do Y’all think?
Which is it?
Could be both
This is the genius of the song
I think the “answer” lies in the last Line:
“Maybe I’ll just go away to stay”
Now that that mystery is solved I can move on
Best “Thing” You Ever “Created!”
I am so Fuckin’ Jealous!
You Lucky Asshole!
“Guess I Could Never Do Nothin’ Right!”
Orig Song Cred: Jerry Jeff Walker
Damnit! I wish I had a daughter!
The Commercial Copywriters were obviously inspired by this classic Ben E. King:
And Yes It is Not Lost On Me That
“Rose” is Metaphor for a Woman
Just like “The Yellow Rose of Texas”
I have a little left of my brain
Cred for Vid: John1948OneD
I should have worked in advertising.
Pretty sure I would have been good / great at it.
I understand how it ‘works’
P. T. Barnum:
“There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute”:
Content Creator Cred: Professor Buzzkill
Lance in an alternate life/universe:
Bonus Material For Reference:
Yellow Rose of Texas
(Originally Written Circa 1850)
(Which was actually about a very beautiful half-black slave girl–put that in yer pipe)
Vid Cred: Lane Brody
Artists: Johnny Lee & Lane Brody