Reaching into my deep knowledge of corporate stuff, I send him an email.
That's the logo for LG Electronics, a major electronics manufacturer that until recently did not have a very public brand. They used to just make "invisible" stuff like the radio that comes with your car. It seems they've decided to become more consumer-oriented.But I've missed the point. He writes back.
I meant the R* (I know LG), but thanks.Duh. But I'm on the case now!
Ha! I didn't even see that! I think it must be for ROCKST*R energy drink.But no. I'm being anti-helpful, and he's way ahead of me.
I've been informed that it's for Rockstar GamesSo I'm a brand-identifyin' loser. I write back one more time.
I guess that ad really didn't work on me.So see, Mike, I'm not a clueless loser, this is just an opportunity for me to make a hip observation about the ironies of consumer culture. He responds.
Here in San Francisco, the Stadium Formerly Known As Candlestick Park has recently sold its name, and become Monster Park. I thought that the job-hunting people had bought it, but actually it was the cable manufacturer.
worst name EVER.Sure, Mike, dis the 49ers' stadium. Fine. Just don't remind me that I just gave a bit of free advertising to all these stupid companies, just like they wanted.
wait, no, pro player stadium is worse.
second worst name EVER.
Don't click those links, people.
Except to Satan's Laundromat, which is cool.