Our first advertisement
(1) for audio and video tapes comes
with a butterfly (a Colias
species, very popular in advertising) and some ox-eyed daisies
The long accompanying text doesn't give the faintest
hint why they took this approach. Or it should be the
closing sentence Try the new cassette and take
your good music with you
(orig. in Dutch). That
fits with the cassette being equiped with handle and antenna.
Now we must hope that the birds on that quiet picnic spot don't sing too loud.
Next we see
the announcement of a breakthrough in
car headlight technology. The connection with the
animals is clear. All are species by many people only
known in a flattened state. How funny that is.
Innovation is also a necessary requisite in financial
says the advert with the dolphins (3) and it explains why.
Creationists beware. Here follows a long citation about evolution.
The evolutionary cycle of the dolphin has bestowed upon it
extraordinary intelligence and the ability to communicate.
This has resulted in the dolphin being one of our most
highly evolved species.
I won't go in depth now, but take it from me : Evolution never goes in cycles.
And when it is about intelligence and communication why not
take a nice human specimen ? Preferably female. Oops. Sorry !