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The Flying Chicken

Be sure to check out PFM’s latest design, The Flying Chicken.

Keep F-ing That Chicken - Redux

One of the goals of Puppet Free Media is to quickly act on phrases that catch fire and capitalize on them. Phrases like: “Don’t taze me, bro!” or “I’ve got a wide stance” or “Once again, I’ve made an ASS of myself” or “Stop trashin’ my scene man!” or the endless supply of one-liners from our old friend, the Iraqi Information Minister Muhammed Saeed al-Sahaf.

As we were setting up our Puppet Free Media T-shirts and Accessories site (see right sidebar), we got wind of the now infamous phrase “Keep fucking that chicken” and planned to create t-shirts. Sadly though, somebody beat us to it. Oh well, we’ve got a great chicken graphic and we’re planning to go for it anyway. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, please buy our tote bags, tee shirts, and accessories. Thanks!

Keep F-ing That Chicken ...

Whether he meant to say it or not, what the hell does it mean?

Is this phrase meant to be used as a general insult?

Is it directed at Nick because Nick has a reputation for f-ing chickens?

Or is it a euphemism for “I like nice weather”?

And what did he mean by the statement “It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast, Nick”? Why would it take a tough man to make a tender forecast? And what exactly is a ‘tender’ forecast?

Bizarre. Just Bizarre.

Thanks and shouts for this submission from a P Free Fan® in Arkansas

The Myth of Sunny Disposition Economics

(Season 13: Margaritaville, first aired on Comedy Central Mar. 26th 2009)

Last week’s episode of South Park was funny. But the learning moment was a bit off the mark.

The lesson that Kyle “teaches” the community only perpetuates the myth that somehow the primary driver of consumer purchasing habits is “mood” or “feeling.” As though somehow if we could just get everyone in America permanently hopped up on Ecstasy, the mood would change and we’d all feel motivated to spend more.

Just to be clear, it’s a FACT that the key determinant of a consumer’s decision to purchase anything is the amount of money he/she has available to spend. Marketing studies show that “actually having money to spend” ranks even higher than “available in fuchsia” or “optional cup holders” as a consumer behavior indicator.
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