Also, some old stuff has been proven to work back in the days, so all they need is to revive it a bit and it will most likely work again. All the modern publicity is so alike. People got so used to the modern stuff that its hard to impress them these days. <br>Plus, you always got a loop wave in advertisement. A good example would bee the fashion in electronics. In the 70s-80s all stereos, VCRs and such were with alluminum or alluminum looking casing. Then the black casing fashion came by and everything was black. Now, we are back into the alluminum silver looking casing style. <br>History of advertisement pretty much loops itself, only technology advances. <br><br>___________________________________________<br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....<br>
_________________________________________ "The United States is by far the largest exporter of weapons in the world, selling more weapons than the next 14 countries combined."
Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
The thing that has been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done; and there is no new thing under the sun.<br><br>Ecclesiastes 1:8<br><br>------------------<br><br>so what is a body but a man<br>caught inside<br>for a little while?<br><br>-B
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