Welcome to modern capitalism where it is more profitable to say you support a movement while doing nothing or actively hurting said movement just so you can have the illusion that more people will buy your products out of how virtuous you think you are. Still love it though, wouldn't trade it for anything else.
@owanobi, "We are here for you in these challenging times so you can still buy our shìt"
@WelI Obviously, "We are committed to fighting and putting an end to (insert controversial topic here) and making 'brand' the most inclusive it can be."
@owanobi, it's like a template for pandering bullshoot
@WelI Obviously, I really is. The best part is that like 99.9% of people don't care what your brand supports. Just make good products and don't use your giant company to push politics. The fringe voices are so loud that its all the companies see/hear and they think that is the entire worlds view on it.
@owanobi, all the emails
@owanobi, Nike wants to create BLM jerseys for the nba. They are about to make bank.
@WelI Obviously, during the first 2 months of quarantine, I was so depressed from having no outside contact, and from all the bad news on TV. Then one morning, as I was about to take my life, a Johnson & Johnson commercial came on and they told me that we were all in this together and they were here for me. It saved my life.
@owanobi, Every website, “Even through these challenging times with COVID-19 we are here on the front lines still try to serve our customers the best we can to show you how much we care blah blah blah”
Like, just sell me the sex doll already
@WelI Obviously, for one reason or another, I read that in Tourettes Guy’s voice...
@owanobi, you’re confusing Capitalism with Mercantilism.
1st pic is the new Chick-fil-A uniform