The Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers, the New York Jets, and the Pittsburgh Steelers are one step closer to the golden prize in the NFL. That’s right — the Bears beat the Seattle Seahawks (which may not have been such a shocker to some of you), and the Jets beat the New England Patriots (which may have been a profound shock to some of you.
And now for something different:
Leave Me Alone coupon. But if a coupon exists to allow someone to purchase a product or a service at a discounted price, could you really have one that instructs someone being left alone? Who’s receiving or giving the discount? Or, is it more about…”By giving you this coupon, I am requesting you leave me alone without my having to justify or explain my reasons for wanting to redeem this piece of paper at this time.”
I’m digging the mise-en-scene of 4th and Flatiron.
Outsmart the Airlines? You sure?