Friday, July 14, 2006

Sick of meme's? Give this a go...

I ask:

When you read the words America and Propaganda, what do you think of?


Ideas may be used in an upcoming episode of CamieVision via Drunk Punk T.V. It would be helpful if the idea is able to be converted to imagery to convey its meaning.

thanks.

14 comments:

Ron said...

Vog! Broken link on Drunk Punk TV! should be able to tweak it in the blogger editor...

the cappuccino kid said...

you wait all this time for a new blog, then it don't work!
whats going on?
and why is all the text on everyones blogs now gone really small?

the cappuccino kid said...

thats ok, stop the panic! i have reset it! normality is restored.
(or it will be as soon as we work out what is normal)

eric said...

america and propaganda. first thing i thought of was john carpenter's "they live" and i think of reagan's american and i think of consumerism. buy, buy, buy. i think of advertisments and disclaimers of the back of credit card fill-out forms. how many people have actually read those? i think of gov't conspiracy, focusing the people's attention on this while they are doing that when no one's looking. I AM NOT A "TARGET MARKET". i think of suicidal's subliminal song. social security. taxes. consume. do not question authority. they are right you are wrong. we are reagan youth. sig heil!

mic said...

think? u wanna make me think?dammy that is american propaganda n ck? how come u blocked me from ur new blog?:o(

* (asterisk) said...

George W Bush. And you can make his surname quite visual.

;-)

FOUR DINNERS said...

America n propaganda? The first thing that came into my head was Mickey Mouse. Why does this worry me?

Melanie said...

America is all about propaganda! Media experts say that the average American from the moment they wake until the moment they go to sleep at night will hear and see 40,000 marketing messages in a single day. The whole concept of what America is, particularly with the current neocon administration, has been a lesson in Propaganda 101. "Support the Troops", "Fight the War Against Terror over there before they can bring it over here", "Mission Accomplished", "Red State/Blue State", and those are just the ones that come to my head in a few seconds. If we took a week to abolish propaganda and marketing, I swear, the people of this country would think that the world had come to an end. Sad, isn't it.

Noah said...

land where I live

Ranting Dullard said...

Chomsky: The manufacture of politcal consent

bob said...

McDonalds.

(word verification: iraqs)

Red said...

Will we ever find out the truth about 9/11? Will the future generations?

Laura said...

Ahh, first thing is Ronnie and the Pinko Commies, but that's showing my age. ;)

The Anti Crapitalist said...

I'm sorry but America IS propaganda.

What other bankrupt nation on earth is able to sell you the illusion of prosperity and social harmony so convincingly??