posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 11:26 PM
I think they did it just to be smartasses, they mean global force "for good" implying that they're going to be around for a long time and aren't
going anywhere, but they did use that for the pun, good, as in good rather than bad...
That's just my take on it.
No matter how you look at it, it's there.
Also, theres this other commercial about a teen talking to her/his parents and they say "I just wanted to take part in someting bigger than myself, I
just wanted to make a difference" in such a way that it would sound like a good thing, but it really means nothing as "a difference" is relative as
is "change", and the "bigger than myself" bit, well that's just self esteem crushing, the kind you see in the school system today, break them
down, then build them up with what you wish while they're hurt and confused.
It isn't suprising.