dodge wins again!
Posted Wed Mar 16, 2005 10:06 PM
But it's still funny.
Posted Wed Mar 16, 2005 10:31 PM
Posted Wed Mar 16, 2005 11:13 PM
Hidden in plain sight.
Subliminal programming is where they spend billions to discover ways to comunicate and to program the consumer brain-- bypassing the free will-- right into to the basic instincts and basic linguistic programming already installed from childhood, or in the urge to procreate or urge to survive.
They say that body language communicates more than 80 per cent of a communication...
I heard this and said to myself-- "NO WAY"
However-- the most successful company logos all use this language of shapes to talk to your brain and they are hidden in plain sight.
They usually promise one thing and instead offer another in a bait and switch--
The "Ready Positon" of the female signaling to the male of a species that it is time to "go for it" is a posturing and final positioning of the lower torso and pelvis in a "ready angle" lying back and knees up -- "Knees Up" and suggestively splayed with torso waiting horizontally centered just beyond the opened legs ...
If you were to put a pair of boots onto the the McDonalds Golden Arches-- where would you put them?
(on this pair of delicious virgin blond's legs who is symbolically set on a red backround signifying hymen breaking time)...
...ever notice the central point of the "m" where the arches suposedly meet is "not" on the ground -- but set back a little...?
Try the same thing on the Honda logo... but this time her feet are not so splayed out to the sides-- but w/ heels cinched back- & shins doubled back into place against the legs and seat...
Try the Target Logo-- it is what every newborn goes for within minutes to get their fair share of milk -- even before they can see clearly out of their eyes...
Is not the Nike logo a cutaway view bespeaking to the male brain La-La--Labia -- there- it- IS?
The same is true of most of the automobile logos.
The Chrysler "spread eagle"-- take a closer look in the parking lot some time at it...
See if you can decipher more of these out there today...?
Posted Wed Mar 16, 2005 11:42 PM