Where once you sold the brand on emotion and an innate understanding of how the Mac unlocked creativity, like this…
…you now do it like this….
What a load of pompous PC-like tosh.
“This is what a pioneer looks like.” she says smugly.
“The only way I could do this was with a mac.” says Moby.
“All artists are like this. You give us a new paintbox we go crazy.” (Whereas mac users used to just BE crazy.)
“Truly worldwide democratisation of creativity.”
Oh please. How many macs per head will you find in these countries?
Is Apple starting to believe in its own self importance?
Margaret Thatcher loathed the benfit driven leeches that she perceived Scotland to be.
But, we never elected her, just like we never elected David Cameron and his cronies.
Cameron is too scared to even debate independence with Alex Salmond because he realises AS OUR LEADER he a) has no mandate b) we loathe him c)In his own admissions he is too posh.
It’s interesting then, that in between the 70’s and teenies Independence pushes, Thatcher was an unwitting advocate of the outcome of independence.
By paraphrasing the quote below she was saying “We don’t want this lot. We want to break them. We want rid of them.”
Well, let’s grant her her wish posthumously; shall we?
I am indebted to James Mclaughlin for the inspiration for this poster idea, but please forgive the shocking art direction and general cobbled togetherness.
It’s the thought that counts.