Friday, February 12, 2010

No, I Won't.

Because masculinity is about which piece of shit American-made car you drive.

No, it isn't.


nanoboy said...

The general fear of emasculation displayed in many of the Superbowl ads this year was palpable. I wonder if it's because the "mommy party" is in charge again. I don't know that it's a slight against the companies that advertised during the Superbowl in as much as it was what the admen though would sell. Feeding on insecurities is nothing new for advertising.

Teacats said...

Yep. Its that kind of crap commercial that WILL actually sell cars to men. Because putting down the toilet seat is such a HUGE concession to women/person to whom you said you loved. Yeah. Right. And men are so oppressed -- reminds me of the latest spewing by the xians. Nowadays any small decent human/humane behaviour or act towards any other human/living being is seen as a HUGE defeat or loss of power to such groups. Does not seem to matter to them that the "other side" (whomever they might be) has done the same or more or much more for them? When did such acts of decent humane behaviour or even kindness become a "defeat"? Why is asking for simple "balance" so wrong?

Jan at Rosemary Cottage

Makarios said...

Not that it matters, but didn't Al Bundy drive a Dodge?