Here's the link to one of the commercials:
August 28, 2010 11:33 PM
Oh! That's so good. The guy using cash is like a fool, even looks like a dork. Notice he also has just a few bucks, so its implied that he's a poor dork at that, someone you wouldn't want to identify yourself with. The older man waiting on line looks at him the wrong way. You wont want that happening to you. But the pearl is when it says "faster money" in the ending, as if digital information was actual money. In the average mass population it reads as …”oh… its still money… but faster…oh…” Lovely how they manipulate people.
Blogger EN said...Indeed, heck they don’t even have to bother printing it. As long as everyone thinks that a number in a computer means wealth they’re ok. After the crisis the government did a 5% tax return on everything bought using plastic. They were desperate both to promote commerce, but specially to stop people from using cash. Most people saw it for what it was and even more stores started accepting cash only.
Our government likes electronic everything because they can make money out of thin air. If that money were in circulation inflation would have been out of control a long time ago. It's just a way of hiding the truth for a lot longer then a cash nation.
August 29, 2010 12:16 AM