Monday, February 04, 2008

Branding the Public

It's official. The Commercial Appeal's Chris Peck has called the public a "herd".

He tells us what he really thinks in Sunday's editorial that functions as part of the local building industry's marketing campaign.
The public, of course, often operates in a herd mentality, thundering to the worst-case scenario because everyone else is going there.

Herd, hear this. There is a plausible alternative.

Not just operates, but "of course" operates in a herd mentality. Well, at least it explains the many apologies and advertorials that Peck has made for Memphis' rich and powerful.

I think Peck might be the AntiWells.

The Great Ida B. Wells

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2 Comments:

Blogger PeskyFly said...

Glad I'm not the only one.

Jumped right off the page.

1:57 PM  
Anonymous fieldguidetomemphis said...

seen and HERD.

good grief.

2:37 PM  

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