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Everything Is More Awesome When It Comes From Japan June 29, 2009

Posted by Edward von Bear in Ducks, Economics, Food, Handblogging, Humor, Man Laws, News, Personal Experiences, Religion, Science, Sex, Sports.
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1. Pupster - June 29, 2009

There are a lot of things that I don’t get.

This is one of them.

2. Lipstick - June 29, 2009


3. Vmaximus - June 29, 2009

Zeke saying why did you wake me up?
Why did you wake me up?

4. Vmaximus - June 29, 2009

Zeke snoozing
Close up Zeke

5. Vmaximus - June 29, 2009

Max and Skye in the river

6. Lipstick - June 29, 2009

Vmax’s big dogs don’t scare me. They look all friendly and cute. Unlike the Killer Boxer.

7. lauraw - June 30, 2009


*coffee spew*

8. reason - June 30, 2009

Pupster – it really wasn’t that hard. Being an insurance company, this was actually a comment on ObamaCare.

It was done in Japanese to allude to the inability of most Americans to understand any of the actual details of the plan.
The luring song of denziens of nubile young women correlates to the need to take this decidedly unappealing subject matter and find a way to make it “hip” and “sexy” by virtue of our “hip” and “sexy” First Couple.
The flying sea-turtle symbolizes the highly-desirable, yet unattainable, level of service that will only be offered to members of the government, and any of their preferred-status citizen-groups. The turtle, translated literally, is Teddy Kennedy. For it shall be perched upon his aged, mottled back that we shall ascend upwards into the realm of…
Decision, symbolized by the desert island, which is a landscape equally beautiful and seductive, as it is bleak, desolate, and potentially deadly. You will indeed be left completely to your own devices, to decide whether or not you want to open the box presented before you, or not. Choose wisely, for the box is…
Socialized Healthcare. Clearly, the Pandora’s Box. Opening it is irreversible, and the long waits for treatment, inadequate care provided, and the eternity of despair it presents is represented by the sudden aged appearance of our good Godfried-voiced fowl. I’m no expert, but a cursory study of the writing in the sand after opening the gift translates loosely into “ALL YOUR MEDICINE ARE BELONG TO US.”
Finally, a direct illustration of the quality of care received under socialized healthcare is presented in the final few seconds, while our protagonist has huge clumps of his facial hair painfully removed by an incompetent and untrained administrator.

9. Will - June 30, 2009

And for anyone who’s actually interested in where this crazy bit of marketing came from, see here.

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