** ON HOLD FOR JACKSON **
I chill out at night and I'm watchin' my TV,
I'll inadvertently read something of interest on my Nook. Last nights story of interest was on the subject of Easter eggs and the cause and effect of the subliminal and the intended subject, yes, we the consumer.
(Think Pixar and the # A113.) A113 is the number of the animation classroom at the California Institute of the Arts. Don't you see the hidden message the animators are giving? Yep, a shout out to the school, right under our noses. It's not like putting the needle down on the White Album and going all Charles Manson on somebody's ass, but just harmless humor from "those" in control.
As soon as I was all into my "Easter egg" hunt and the death's head on the moth from the movie poster "Silence of the Lamb," that man comes on to tell me about how I can lower my car insurance; just click here. Advertisers again, doing what they do and telling me how white my shirts can be. This isn't anything new to me, but I was just thinking about how this works and I thought I would bring it up to you, our bosses. As for this luscious, first- year, '61 Les Paul Junior in my favorite flavor, Cherry Red?
Yeah, you see that nice Brazilian board don't cha? Oh yeah, you see that really clean gator case as well? This exceptional guitar is what you've come to except from us and yes, she tore a page from Marie Osmond's book and weighs in at a tidy 5 lbs, 10 oz. Oh, last thing- yep, the original tag is included.
We at the 'Elk never overlook a thing. As for my Easter egg hunt and the subliminal? We're always on the job like a two man mob. My job is to bring you the finest on this planet, whether it be a guitar or situational awareness and no, he can't be a man 'cause he doesn't smoke the same cigarettes as me. Did you get my message?
I can't get no, oh no no no.
Hey hey hey, that's what I say.