Sunday, 26 July 2015

Rule #165: Clothes with logos

 If companies want to put their logo on my clothes, I consider that advertising. You should be paying me to wear it. I'm not talking about funny or clever shirts. I'm talking about the straight up, out n' out, blatant advertising of a company. Especially companies that made the shirt. Kids don't understand this, so we as adults have to help them understand and say no when they insist on having the brand name that's hot that month. It's not bad enough that we teach our kids to consume too much, but society also has to tell them what to consume too much of. Man, we have lost our way

It's time to get back on track. We have to start with our children. Because there's no way I'm going to buy a whole new wardrobe. But our Kids... Oh yeah, they gotta get it right. Actually, I have a great idea. Every school should have a day each week where the kids wear their shirts inside out. They'd get a kick out of it and perhaps this would be a good start to fixing this issue of turning our kids turning into walking billboards.

In the new world, if a company puts a logo on my clothes, they will pay an advertising royalty whenever I wear it.


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