Inside machines……

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Neil J sent me these great examples of ads…..

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Which is your favourite?

15 comments on “Inside machines……

  1. I don’t like either of them. Typically old-fashioned, outdated, left-wing, Luddite, inefficient over-manning.

  2. Jackson Hawk says:

    I like both of them. Of course I am: Old fashioned, probably outdated, definately left-wing, not a Luddite, very efficient, and I don’t know what the expression “over-manning” means, but possibly that too.

  3. lindamp says:

    I find them both somewhat disturbing. Possibly a combination of sympathy and mild claustrophobia?

  4. Charles Sullivan says:

    Funny, although I feel bad for John Cartwright who works both of those jobs, part-time, without benefits, but doesn’t seem to mind.

  5. Muaaz Omar says:

    The second one really cool

    Please reply

  6. Adrian says:

    Instinct chose the girl squeezing the ice-cream first, but on second thoughts the guy doing the bag search explains why this always seems to take longer than one expects from a ‘modern’ machine!

  7. dayuntoday says:

    They’re both pretty cute.

  8. dayuntoday says:

    Nope THIS is my favorite!

  9. Anonymous says:

    The second is my favourite – being a woman, the first is a little too close to reality for comfort!

  10. yanirahaugland says:

    It is important for your machine to be in condition every time you use it. Machine repairs is important to consider to secure your safety while working.

  11. ivan says:

    Terry Pratchett had the same idea in “The colour of magic”, his first diskworld book. Someone explains his camera to a person in a low-tech civilisation as being a demon in a box who paints a little picture of what he points the box at. A little while later, the demon pops out to complain he is running out of red because of all the sunsents he has been asked to paint.

  12. As one little city surrounded by tons of other similar
    looking cities, there’s not much to differentiate you from your neighbors.
    A casual game to me is something you can pick up, play for a while, then leave and forget about for a while.
    The Earth itself is going through some big evolutionary shifts, clearing out those same
    denser vibrations.

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