The empty shelves that once held gallons of bottled water left me somewhat speechless three days ago. It was only then that the herd of glowing plastic stegosauruses, triceratops, and ankylosauruses became apparent. When those shelves were filled with water bottles, the toys were “invisible.” The panic of a possibly approaching hurricane reveals much, if we pay attention. These next hours and days should reveal more.
September 9, 2017
Product Placement Rediscovered
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