Just in case…
See you on the other side!
You can tell some folk’s politics by the signs in their yard. But the logo on their coffee cup?
Wake up. It’s true.
A report by Buyology, Inc., a New York City firm that measures the unconscious
decision making that drives brand preference, links consumers’ politics to the brands they buy.
For example, Democrats are more likely to buy Starbucks coffee. Republicans prefer Dunkin Donuts’ brew.
No beans about it.
Partisanship also rears its ugly head in folks’ choice of car, insurance, sport and gaming system. Democrats prefer Jeep, Progressive, NFL and Wii; Republicans go for BMW, Allstate, Major League Baseball and XBOX.
But both parties agree on Coke, Google, VISA, Apple and Olay.
Wha? The Democrats and Republicans agree on five whole things? This is either a sign of a huge turnaround…
Or the end of the world.
The Mayan calendar predicts the world’s end in December. But in case it’s wrong…
Some ‘architects’ have built a Mayan pyramid out of chocolate big enough to kill us all.
California dessert and pastry school Qzina labored more than 400 hours to create the six-foot high structure which weighs over 18,000 pounds.
That’s one-thirtieth the size of the original Mayan temple.
The chocolate sculpture will be destroyed on December 21 — the last date on the Mayan calendar. According to the Qzina website, they haven’t decided exactly how to dismantle the thing.
I know a lot of folks who would volunteer to help make that baby disappear.