Baroque spam, repetition ad nauseam
Sitting at my hotel room in Tijuana, about to hit the bed, quite tired because of a nice, long walk I will write more about tomorrow, I have been listening for at least five minutes to a long, stupid infomerciative spam in the History Channel: A fountain pen, a five-point pen, and three other pen-like implements (plus extra and extra and extra things… They are listing a case with 63 implements now!)
Now, what is the hook into getting somebody to call for a classy pen? Elegance, of course! Just for the sake of this exercise, the spam continues to be played. And yes, it’s only been two short paragraphs. But believe me, I am very tired, and trying to get some coherent English out of my brain is not as easy as it could.
Elegance, I said, right? Good. How do you convey elegance to TV spam/infomercials? Well, what’s more classy and refined than a 30 second sample of Haydn? Man, Haydn is so classy that the viewer will not even notice the snippets of blabber have incoherent redaction.
Anyway… Spam goes on. I cannot stand any more repetitions of this 30 Haydn seconds. They are stronger than me. And that old lady says that anybody is writing in their computer now… I will only write with my fountain pen from now on! — I will surely follow her wise advise!
(STOP IT WITH THE STUPID HORN!)