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Lava Lamp Advertising

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Once in a while, one of the oozing shapes would take on the form of the logo of one of the corporate sponsors, until it merges back into the protoplasmic oneness.

(Until we create Terminator II technology, perhaps we put a pre-shaped plastic logo into the goo.)

DrCurry, Jan 14 2003

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       Trivia: the Cingular logo has a name. He's called "Jack". Learned this from a friend who works there.
krelnik, Jan 14 2003
  

       A lot of companies seem to be identifying themselves with made up words and shapeless blobs these days. A notable exception is Macdonald's, they sell shapeless blobs identified by made up words.
egbert, Jan 14 2003
  

       // shapeless blobs identified by made up words. //   

       Sounds like New Labour. I wonder why. Eerie coincidence ?
8th of 7, Jan 14 2003
  

       And turning their patrons into shapeless blobs as well. Blob conspiracy?   

       Ever see the Lucent symbol? I think it inspired Dilbert's 'Brown coffee stain of quality.'
RayfordSteele, Jan 14 2003
  

       How about a corporate logo shaped like a lava lamp?
FloridaManatee, Jan 14 2003
  
      
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