You think something is wholesome and nourishing for the soul, and just maybe, for once there is a flicker of light at the end of the tunnel. As you feel drawn towards a seeming glimmer of hope thinking how it's always too good to be true, IT IS. And the flickering light is but a flash in the pan when it is reflected from the pointy ends of a pitchfork stokeing glowing embers as the Devil works the bellows and fires up the coals of his forge when he pounds out wrought iron shackles in the bowels of the World.
I read some So God Made A Farmer threads on the board Then the Day after the Super Bowl I read this news article [link to www.lfpress.com] (I screen shotted it because they delete stuff)
Across the street a few doors down, actually is a Dodge Dealership. But what I just want to point out, is something slighty disturbing. Because ultimately some people did like the ad, even if it was a commercial bought and paid for. I know I watched the videos with Nostalgia having heard that speech on the Radio numerous times growing up. And what you can't see and I don't want to disrupt faith, but if you think all is as it seems, you might want to know that next door to the Farm office has been ongoing renovation for the last several months. And opening next door looks to be an new outlet for this franchise dealing in a different kind of love (warning) [link to www.loveshoponline.ca] and it's not a little shop either, It's Big.
So, I turn my head to the sky and arch an eyebrow, baffled how it is always juxtaposed, seeming inheirently at odds, as if by design, yet construed, so that we percieve light persued by darkness. A visit to the Farms office could turn out to be a distastefull shock for some considering it's proximity to a new neighbour, or rather an old neighbour that found where you moved to and decided you need company.