Archive for the ‘advertising’ Category

Costco Update: You Know, That’s a GOOD PRICE for 28,000 Oreos

Friday, September 15th, 2017

28,080 to be precise.

This is an ad I got for the Business Center, but I’m just a regular customer who just shops at the regular Costco, oh well.

Anyway, one pallet or two?

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And what about seasonal PSL Oreos – seems they should have that as well…

In the Spirit of PLAY MORE with CLAYMORE, Here Comes FEEL MORE in the FILLMORE

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

(Claymore being a U.S. Army mine, of course.)

As seen in our failed Fillmore Jazz District CBD:

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If You’re Not Using SFGov Property to Promote Your Business Venture, You’re Missing Out – Here’s Harrison Mills & Clayton Knight of Seattle – ODESZA, ODESZA…

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Here’s our Sunset District as it looked over the weekend. IDK how many of these green utility boxes got hit, but the number could be high based upon what I saw:

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One after the other on the (not Los Angeles-related) Sunset Boulevard:

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Uh, you can’t do this in Frisco, right?

Ad for Area Attorney Looks Even More Bad-Ass After the Inevitable Street Tagging

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

From far away, it appeared as if he had mad finger bling or perhaps a metal knuckle-duster

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You want THIS GUY on YOUR SIDE, non? Seems he’s willing to put up a fight…

EITHER SFGov Authorized a Procter & Gamble Commercial what Encourages Bad Behavior of Youth OR It was Filmed Without Permits

Friday, July 28th, 2017

Where to start here? OK, so you gotta watch an ad before you can watch the content, which of course is an ad, for Gillette, which of course is owned by P&G (NYSEPG DJIA Component S&P 100 Component). And you can really tell* this is in 8K:

So let’s say that the production of this commercial for Gillette, The Best A Man Can Get, was fully authorized. That means that there would have been buy-in from RPD, The Waterfront, SFPD you name it, an alphabet soup of SFGov.

Now I know what that kind of thing looks like, it looks like this. See all those Financial District drones (ahem) laboring on a Saturday, well they were quite entertained:

And it resulted in this, an ad for Ford, more or less. It’s fantastic, with like 100,000,000 Views so far:

BUT, if the Skateboard Parkour ad was authorized, then it’s showing its star breaking the law, breaking the law, non? Like this scene might be in South San Francisco, but we have No Skateboarding signs up in Frisco as well, right?

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SO, it’s one way or another:

EITHER SFGov is selling out the goals that many area department heads claim to have OR P&G is marketing to yoots in an unauthorized fashion.

*J/K. My monitor is not even close to being able to display 8K. But hey, 8K video. What’s next, 10K? Yep. You’ll see.

East Bay Update: JESUS SAVES, on a Hill, 200 Yards Tall, Sometimes Lit Up at Night

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

Lights out in 2010 but it’s all lit up in 2017. See?

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This thing is huge – you can’t miss it.

OUCH: The City of Portland Rips on Frisco’s 8.5% Sales Tax Rate in an SFMTA Bus Stop Ad

Friday, June 16th, 2017

See?

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I’ll freely concede that The dream of the 90s is alive in Portland, but Our Friends Up North should realize that anything anybody in Frisco buys in OR is subject to use tax just as soon as its taken back to the 415. The rate is 8.5%, just saying.

Anyway, Portland is biting us, yet again.

Ford Motor Company Takes Over Bay Area Bike Share – Now Called GoBike – A Huge Price Increase –

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Frisco’s unpopular, expensive, taxpayer-subsidized Bay Area Bike Share will soon be in the service of marketing for FoMoCo.

Here’s the pitch:

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So the big news is the yuge 70% price increase along with the extended 45-minute rental period.

IDK man, I see their giant Mercedes trucks illegally parked in various ways on Market, and I also see the same trucks making illegal turns off of the very same Market Street. We’ll see if Ford will change operations.

IDK man, SFgov could simply buy and give away for free bicycles to any and all Frisco residents for less money than what it’s already spent on BABS. I was thinking Ford could lower prices considering how important these bikes seem to be for their marketing efforts. I realize that bikeshare programs aren’t really meant for people who already ride bicycles, but just as a comparison.)

And wasn’t it Ford GoBike who led the charge against any kind of competition from China?  I think it was. The hated competitors were a gonna charge just 99 cents a ride. Oh well

Ever More Illegal Sidewalk Chalk Advertising: “Gorillaz Humanz 04.28.2017”

Monday, April 24th, 2017

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Located on the same block of Ashbury as this

A Font Orgy Way Out West: “SUnSET SOCCER SUPPLY”

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

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