By Stephen H. Yu, Target Marketing
don’t understand what “organic meat” is supposed to be. As opposed to what,
“synthetic meat”? Last time I checked, we are still consuming body parts of
dead animals, not some manufactured flesh out of factories or labs. In the
future, we may be able produce just chicken breasts — though they are not
exactly mammals — out of replicators using DNA samples of really tasty breeds.
When that day comes, I will pay extra for “real” chicken meat, and I won’t mind
calling it “organic.” But, at the risk of sounding too much like the late
George Carlin, if they mean that they simply did not inject a near-fatal dosage
of chemicals into these creatures until the moment of their beheadings, let’s
just call them “chemical-free” chickens.
also get confused when I hear the word “digital marketing.” In comparison to
what, “analog marketing”? That word made some sense when online marketing
existed on a different plane, altogether. We all needed to differentiate
old-fashioned direct marketers from the Internet-savvy ones, somehow.
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