Anyway, I don't normally read said screens, but today I happened to glance up as a new headline appeared. It was something like, "Kids love chicken McNuggets, but they contain a bunch of sodium and not much nutitional value!"
What?! No way! Chicken from McDonald's is bad for you? That's like saying, "Guys, did you know Hitler was kind of a douche?"
This is the stuff corporate bosses are reading everyday. Not just reading, learning. Those screens get stared down like a Bible verse in Sunday school. It's no wonder everybody is going bankrupt, if they have to be told that fast food is unhealthy. (It might seem like I'm overstating things here, but people have reacted to headlines in the elevator before. The oil spill gets a lot of little comments, but the McNugget revelation was read in silence. No eye-rolling or duh-saying except for me.)
I feature a lot of small/local artists and companies on here, but today I'm calling special attention to it. Thank you for providing an alternative so I don't have to support the people in the elevator.
Starting top left, the violet scented fleur de leis soap is $5, the damask clutch is a mid-splurge at $77, but the bronze-and-quartz necklace is only $19, and the cascading flower wall art is $35.
I can't possibly be the only one mystified by how some people get high-powered jobs. Right? If you have a similar story, share with us in the comments.