T’is the season for great expectations, which invariably lead to holiday fails.


Gods of Advertising

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The holidays are “rough.”

And so that was Christmas. And Thanksgiving. And Hanukah. And a bunch of other boozy, carbohydrate and kin filled days and nights comprising the holidays.

Of course, we still have New Year’s eve and day to contend with. For many, that’s a big one as well. But I consider the holiday marathon between the 25th of November and December. When one stops drinking as I have (a decade-old resolution held firm), New Year’s Eve loses its punch so to speak. Something I’m eternally grateful for the following day.

I know it’s a freshman cliché but I do not care for the holidays because they are so damn commercial. Between Black Friday and the Lexus “December to Remember” I’m cooked. I realize the irony, given I’m in the advertising profession. So be it. On that note, I also loathe how every ad agency on earth feels compelled…

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About royfmc

BS in Environmental Engineering from Northwestern University's McCormick College of Engineering MBA from DePaul University's Kellstadt's College of Business JD from DePaul University's College of Law
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