10 small brands with corporate owners
These aren't the tiny, homegrown products you might think. Each belongs to a giant entity, and each is carefully groomed for maximum profit.
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All these brands were made by those that dropped out of society and called long hair and bell bottoms home, saying they were "individuals" and "free", while fighing the "man".
Now they are millionaires living a lie.
I guess they weren't any different than the rest of society after all.
Bill Ayers, if dead, would be rolling over in his grave. Yet, being still alive and a professor teaching the new "individuals" and freedom loving people how to tune out and be independent, he too is a brother to those living the lie.
They all 'bombed" out.
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And we do use or eat some of the products, but not many.
"Start an article with "can" instead of "can't" and maybe someone will be interested in reading it."
Thumbed down by business platform pariah, apparently. I'd LOVE to see that too. Especially from MSFT & MSN, since THEY were invented by a college drop-out.
This goes right along with my favorite saying, "Yippies of the 60's became the Yuppies of the 90's"
There has never been a more American ethic than good old greed and avarice. No wonder Americans have lost faith in their leaders and the businesses who own them.
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