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A Fast Company está com uma matéria sobre a saída do Alex da Crispin e também da publicidade. Aindas nem li a porra da matéria e já tô escrevendo esse post. Isso é o que dar abrir a matéria com essa citação fantástica de William Feather:

“The philosophy behind much advertising is based on the old observation that every man is really two men — the man he is and the man he wants to be.”

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  1. Matéria ridícula, na boa. Ele tem o direito de fazer o que quiser, nego fica criando climinha… pqp feião, na moral.

  2. to na terceira página, depois volto aqui e falo o q achei

  3. realmente, poucas vezes vi um paragrafo tao escroto como esse: “So, I have to ask,” I start. “Is there any notion of a midlife crisis in this? You do happen to be 46.” Cradling a cup of chamomile tea, Bogusky releases a quiet laugh. “Yeah, just happen to be,” he smiles. “You know, I’m not completely unaware that that’s what this could be.” He pauses, looking off to the Rockies. “I’m trying to think … midlife crises occur generally because we fear death, right? And I’m pretty sure I don’t fear death. So maybe, what do I fear?” He pauses again. “What I fear — actually, I’ll tell you what it is — what I fear is, I fear” — his eyes start to pink around the rims, his voice cracks — “I fear a moment when my children are older, and they look at me and say, ‘What did you do? The world is like a spiraling cesspool. You were an adult, you needed to do something, I was just a kid. What did you do?’ I want to be able to say, I did this, this, and this. And did my best. Yeah, that’s it. It is a midlife crisis, and it’s not my death. It’s the fear of not being able to say that you tried, in all sincerity. I think it’s a new kind of midlife crisis.”

  4. Mas a matéria não é pra levantar a bola do Alex não, passa longe disso… começa com uma ironia fina e o final é só paulada nele…

  5. Se ele está afim de encontrar o “eu” dele, que seja na matéria de capa de Caras e não da Fast Company.


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