The Re-Branding of America: The “Mad Ones”

Pop Culture, re:brand, Uncategorized

It has come to my attention that apparently “The Mad Ones” are the only ones — for everyone. Facebook is to Kerouac what Oprah was to Tolstoy.

Been seeing a lot of this lately:

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Not naming names, not stereotyping, but I’m starting to see it from a lot of these kinds of kids …

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hmm … curious.

Watch this space: The truly Mad Ones: are out on the road enjoying the joie de vivre, writing books — or Tweets — about their Mad adventures, and in school hallways getting tormented; while the glitterati: FML about their struggles in “the real world,” Facebook about their adoration for zany soon-to-be zeitgeists,  and torment weird kids in school hallways

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