posted on Oct, 19 2008 @ 09:25 AM
Though I can't see who they really are targeting at this time of the night?
You'd think that most of the teens would be in bed by now, but then again.
Too tell you my opinion on Ads, I think that over the years Ads have become more and more blatantly obvious, what I mean by this, is that the majority
of them don't really rely on been a sophisticated tool of trying too make you want too buy a product that is in all seriousness, usless. Instead,
they are just blatantly saying, "Here, buy this, you don't need it and it really doesn't work, but hey, it's not real money that your buying it
with anyhow....it's credit."
What they seem too do now is make their money through contracts, like flexi-rent, Radio Rentals had a no credit check promo, internet is contract
(mostly), Car financiers...contract.
Too me advertising of this sort is more of a slap in the face, it doubts my intelligence and preys on the unaware.
I feel a bit better now...even though I strayed off topic.
But essentialy, these ads prey on those that feel no compulsion for self-restraint.
(BTW: After I said night-owl and hit the post reply button, I thought, "Not if your in W.A." No DS there.)