Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The First Cut is the Deepest

This Supercuts billboard across the street from my job at the insane asylum was changed up a bit over the weekend by some well-meaning guerrilla marketers.

I haven't gotten my hair did at a Supercuts since Men at Work topped the charts. Apparently I've been missing out.


Robbie said...

I'm not sure how you can condone this type of blatant (and illegal) vandalism as "well-meaning guerrilla marketing".

Perhaps you were being tongue-in-cheek.

But I doubt that the company who paid for that sign (SupeCuts) found the vulgar vandalism funny. Nor do I think parents driving down the road with their children found it to be too "well-meaning".

Or perhaps I'm just wound too tight and don't recognize sarcasm when it hits me in the face.

Anonymous said...

Dude, take a deep breathe. Have you ever read this blog before? It's funny!! The billboard is funny! That doesn't mean anyone condones vandalism, but since it happened--it's funny!!

David Wyatt said...

Yes, to paraphrase comedian David Cross, "You mean you don't believe that I did a series of studies to find out if dogs are smarter than women? You are indeed correct. I'll admit it. That's what we in the business call a 'joke.' I'll be telling a lot of them tonight."