Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Store Wars

a clever little piece of propaganda from the organic trade association (thanks to mr. sean gladding for the link)



Blue November said...

Dude, where's the love?

Isn't it bad enough that I already recycled the Advent blog?

Aug, 2005: May the Farm Be with You

dwain said...

Totally unrelated:

Are you familiar with the initiative that is Kiva(.org)? If not, educate! If so, kudos and peace be with.

geoff and sherry said...

umm...errrr.....sorry CG. in the blog-world over a year ago is not just a long, long time ago - it may not even have happened! i swear, it was like seeing it for the first time (again).

dwain...i do know about kiva.org. amazing site and well worth looking into for those of you that are not in the know - a brilliant microfinance initiative. ...and peace with you bro.

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pedro velasquez said...

Store Wars was originally a comic strip in the bet basketball British comic Whizzer and Chips. During its run it was drawn by Doug Goodwin, Jim Watson and Jimmy Hansen. The story of the strip was of two shops. The very first story told the story of how all of the sportsbook shops in a terrace of shops closed up, one by one, leaving Bloggs & Son General Store, a popular small corner shop that seemingly sold anything and everything, owned by Mr. Bloggs, a kindly old man wearing the traditional white coat, and his son Ted. march madness Mr. Superstore, a bowler-hatted long-nosed man one day walked into Bloggs' shop and promptly decided to build a new superstore on the site of the demolished shops. Each episode saw him try various nefarious methods to bring customers from the small shop to his store, but would inevitably come to a sticky end.