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To commemorate the brutal shooting of
civil rights leader Malcolm X, I suggest
the gravy makers OXO bring out a
commemorative cube called the Malcolm
OXO, in which the normal packaging is
enhanced by addition of the word
i) be commemorative, which is
be original, as it's not been done
iii) be a potential focus point of a
thousand-cubed (1,000,000,000) person
march in which a great number of people
take to the streets (and/or facebook) to
express their opinions in the
corporate/social/civil-rights event of
iv) it would be relatively cheap to do,
v) potentially increase sales and raise
the corporate profile of what is
otherwise a company that only deals with
beef derivative products.
||Ask the people at OXO how the business is doing.
You know what they'll say: "It's all gravy."
||No one could possibly find this proposal exploitative or cheap. Apple should do it too - following the success of OSX 'Mavericks' we could have OSX 'Malcolm'.
||How about a divorce lawyer, trading as "Malcolm Ex"?
||By associating myself with a beef product AND the ever-present advancement of equality and human rights, I can look
like a thoughtful person on social media - and one who's partial to gravy as well.
||I love the Apple idea - other mobile users could download an "app" that allows them to compare and rate OXO cubes in a
fun and interactive way - all while promoting equal rights for all.
||How about running a chicken farm called 'Malcolm Eggs'?
||//How about running a chicken farm called 'Malcolm
||You could set up franchise fried-chicken shops,
selling Martin Luther Wings...
||<Insert clever tic-tac-toe OXO reference here.>
||Heinz in on the act with their By Any Beans Necessary campaign.
||On the level of branded slave name, the cattle livestock
and the soupstock are branded as a totalizing of the
identity. The cows are slaughtered with halal, kosher, and