You know, I can complicate anything. I didn’t have a blog post yesterday because I had written so much, I didn’t have the time to edit and organize it, much less find images for it. Today is simple. How much disposable stuff is imposed on us? Receipts? Flyers? Napkins? Bags? Packaging? Junk mail? Magazines? There’s a lot, although many retailers are now asking, “Would you like a receipt?” or “Would you like a bag?” YES! They get it. Continue reading
The Super Bowl XLV in 2011 will be held in Arlington, Texas. You can tell it’s coming when you drive through the area, as it’s completely pristine, even a smart phone snapshot looks like a postcard. I suppose there’s many benefits to hosting the Super Bowl, like maybe being able to pay for the new stadium they built on land where homes used to be or local employment opportunities, as the area will need 10,000 more strippers immediately. The merchandise sales from the licensed Super Bowl t-shirts, hats, foam fingers, cups and other stuff to clutter our houses, and eventually our thrift stores, will be selling for top dollar, although the news stations are warning people about the counterfeit items. A caller on a radio show asked where to buy legitimate NFL items and was told to look for the tag with the hologram saying it’s legit, but to be careful because there are major retailers that carry knock-offs.
Now I find this a bit ironic that some dude on the street getting caught with fake merchandise if going to jail, but it’s legal for the major retailers to carry the fakes. Yeah, I feel good about this, the retailers are making more profits, illegally. I’m not a fan of counterfeit entrepreneurs, as I’m sure there are many other things that these people will spend money on and they could be providing legitimate stuff. It’s sad that the big retailers can do it, and that’s not a problem.
So if I buy the fake stuff at a retailer, keep my receipt and go sell that on a street corner, will that get me arrested? Hmmm, that might be a fun experiment. Better yet, if I get caught selling t-shirts and they try to arrest me, I’ll just take off my t-shirt, then I would be a stripper and that’s okay. Does anyone reading this want to be my one phone call? Ooooo, I just created fake digital merchandise! Wait, I’ll make my own Super Bowl logo.
Surely this logo would be no problem, right? Here’s my line of t-shirts.
Okay, so these really don’t exist, but maybe they should. If you’re going to buy some Super Bowl merchandise, just shop wise. Don’t spend a lot of money, buy only things you know you will wear for a long time and only support retailers that are selling licensed merchandise. Go Packers!!! I’m not a football fan, I’m just from Wisconsin. If you would like to use these logo logos I made, feel free to copy them and use them anywhere you like.