Member Rara Avis
the ass-end of space
An opinion, if a kid doesn't want to read a dusty fat book, then make a glossy thin book; if they read it maybe they'll discover something they appreciate and find relevant. If not, that would be their choice
I understand what you're saying, it's the message that's important. But if you've lost people's interest and have to resort to gimmicks to pull people back then maybe something's wrong....(better suited to the Philosophy section) I'll put it this way, it's advertising and advertising is manipulation. Quite frankly advertising, for me, is right up there in the scheme of evil things along with your Nazism, Abusers and Ben Affleck movies.
Shrugs. Really it doesn't matter to me as i'm agnostic but, in a world where it seems that nothing is sacred anymore, this kinda drives it home. Even the sacred isn't sacred.