.one too many.

…a place for waste…

where the wild things are.

with 7 comments

as he rubs his hands together he says…

“yessir.

from the animal,

we are making oils.

local application only.

it is for the sex.”

alternative medicine business.

lahore.

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Written by canepari

January 6, 2009 at 3:38 am

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  1. whatIS that!? the creepiest half taxidermied stuffed animals ever!? giveit here!!

    jameson

    January 7, 2009 at 11:25 pm

  2. jimmy, i thought you’d like that. alternative medicine shop in pakistan. dude says, if the lion dies at the zoo, they buy the lion, take it to a factory, turn it into an oil and stuff the rest for display. sometimes they sell the skins and bones too. the oils are like topical viagra. i guess that formula also applies to animals of indistinct origins like the angrysquirrelrat or the hyenacatmonster. “um, i’d like a vial of catporcupinehybrid as my wife has been very aroused as of late.”

    canepari

    January 8, 2009 at 6:33 am

  3. angrysquirrelrat!! god that sLaYS me!!
    hmmmm… topical viagra… put oil on penis and it stands erect… sounds very scientific.
    yes. my mind is blown. thank you.

    jameson

    January 8, 2009 at 7:17 pm

  4. Posted on Thanks for your question Paul.To quote Johan Wanamaker, “I know half my adieitrsvng dollars are wasted I just don’t know which half!”.Creating effective adieitrsvng is generally seen as an art rather than an exact science. However, when dealing with the DOOH sector (rather that adieitrsvng in general, which is perhaps a little broad for a discussion here!) there are elements of the production process that we can nail down and say “this works, this is our science”. There isn’t one thing that will guarantee success, its a combination of inputs that together make the ad file effective and impactful (‘The Variables of Advertising’ as you mentioned). The original blog post that I published lists the elements that I consider vital to producing impactful adieitrsvng content on the DOOH networks. Your question is interesting in another way, which is how the relationship and dynamic between the creative agency, the media agency and the DOOH network owner works. This deserves a topic of its own, and I will discuss this in the coming weeks.Thanks for your comment.Patrick

    Genaro

    January 5, 2013 at 7:07 am

  5. No, Mark. And I didn’t say that your tech didn’t have anything to do with you, eiethr. Just that it won’t *love* you. We can find profound meaning in our relationships with things and with organizations, places, events, stories, props, etc. I’m in marketing; I ain’t got no problem with money. People misquote the scriptures all the time when they say, Money is the root of all evil. That ain’t the way it goes. The real quote is, Love of money is the root of all evil. The BoSox are worthy of respect, of time, of encouragement, of support, of money, of cheer, of all kinds of things. They have plenty to do with you. To the extent that you are trapped in a locker room with some of them and the champagne is flowing freely and folks get misty and, well one thing leads to another love can enter the picture, too, sure.But my point is that *love of things* is inappropriate, and, actually, impossible. We stop at lust. Lust of people is bad, and can be turned, through insight and wisdom, into love. Lust of things can never be improved into love of things. Because love is two-way. And things don’t love us back.As such, the Red Sox, as an organization, will never love you, no.

    Gypsy

    February 23, 2013 at 1:31 pm

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