Wait, why do we hate this thing we know nothing about yet?
Women can begin making an argument for their senses of humor when I start to hear some ziggy-zoggy-ziggy-zoggy-hoi-hoi-hois.
The composition of the image very much reminds me of the Snow White shot from the finale, with Don watching Megan from the shadows. Is there a connection? I don’t know. Cool shot, looked like a painting, which is how I know something looks cool.
Is the connection really between income levels and soda drinking? I mean directly. As a former once-a-day soda drinker myself, I stopped largely for the financial reasons. Didn’t make sense to spend months of rent money in a year on something so terrible for my body. If soda was the cheapest thing on the shelves, OK, but hey there is water from a tap, for free at most restaurants, and sometimes bottles of it at gas stations for $1 or less.
I understand the links exist, but I don’t know if you can make the argument that poor people would rather buy, say, Naked Juice or green tea or even coffee at a gas station but only have the cash for Coke.
Fast food restaurants could be a contributing factor. Anyone who has eaten at one knows it is always cheaper to buy a value meal than individual items, and it takes a lot of willpower to ask for water over soda because “I want to get my dollar’s worth.” And yes, I do agree that poor people eat more fast food for economic and convenience reasons.
Just, at the moment, I’m not buying the “rich people can avoid the soda glut because they have access to more options.”
To be fair, I have never (or rarely, but probably never) watched a dream sequence in a movie or TV show and went, “Yep, that is exactly like a regular human dream.”
Plus, I don’t think we ever see Don waking up in between the sequences? Maybe it was one continuous dream that happened over a short period of sleep? Or, who cares?
Those freshly microwaved Lean Cuisine meatballs must have left nasty burn marks.
“Try not to puke on national TV and blow our cover, log.” — Richard Henne to Bear Scratch