Super Bowl Ads: the Seen and the Unseen
It seems that several large Super Bowl advertisers are refraining from buying ads this year for fear that no matter what they say, they will offend someone.
This is an interesting phenomenon: the market responding to changing market conditions, as what was until recently a blue-chip advertisement investment has become volatile – causing some formerly stolid investors to flee. This in turn sends a powerful market signal to every other market player, that maybe the ‘woke’ movement has peaked, that perhaps the consumers’ tastes are reflecting changing patterns.
This is good and healthy feedback.
Institutional bureaucracies – like large, lumbering corporations and inefficient universities – have invested heavily in being ‘woke’ – including creating large and expensive bureaucracies within bureaucracies dedicated to racial and sexual hygiene for the purposes of “div
Article from LewRockwell