Tuesday, January 02, 2007

I know what many of you are thinking

How on earth does that handsome, mysterious man manage to make such chillingly accurate predictions, time and time again? The answer is simple, as you can see by this helpful diagram. If you would only allow yourselves to look past your childish pre-conceptions, you would understand how I seek the answers deep below my conscious mind, in the deeper mind that taps directly into the Universal Databanks.


Anonymous ion said...

is that part of the Universal media group? Bet they are interested in the IP and distribution rights for that goldmine.

5:28 pm  
Blogger Mikkel said...

Is that advertising humour?

5:41 pm  
Anonymous ion said...

You ask moi? You're supposed to be the oracle around here.

No, its just a word of advice: You should go patent that collective subconcious databank thung of yours before they do. Huge production capacity, the dreams of 5 billion active users. Not to mention the massive media assets of the billions of subscribers that went before them.

Just imagine: You, the modern Morpheus. Leasing, renting and time-sharing of Dreams, the media choice of tomorrow. It is just so Web 3.0.

6:15 pm  
Blogger Mikkel said...

So it was advertising humour.

6:29 pm  
Anonymous ion said...

you are missing big opportunities here. Just like the guy who invented the patent: If he had just patented patenting, he would have... never mind.

7:18 pm  
Blogger Mikkel said...

Oh, I get it.

12:21 am  
Anonymous ion said...

Good. But since you keep on about this advertising humour hangup of yours (there is no such thing), I have to punish you with some thoughts:

After all these years of half-witted subliminal advertising efforts, imagine the potentional: ESP marketing. Straight to the core. You just know you need it. In the very fabric of your mind.

Which serial am I thinking about now?

9:14 am  
Anonymous ion said...

cereal, that is. Unless you want to crack software the ESP way.

9:17 am  
Blogger Mikkel said...

You're at work, aren't you? Shouldn't you be focusing on creating artificial desires for unnecessary products?

1:14 pm  
Anonymous ion said...

Not at all. at work I create the PERCEPTION that I'm creating artificial needs for unnecessary products. The difference is huge.

3:17 pm  
Blogger Mikkel said...

In other words, your job is to pretend you're a better liar than you actually are. Neat.

3:26 pm  
Anonymous ion said...

Of course. The truth is the best lie of them all.

3:49 pm  
Anonymous børvis said...


5:07 pm  

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