One day I had an idea: should I put up an advertisement car rental for uber in Sydney for fully comprehensive ride-share insurance. This lead me to a further point of meditation: what is an advertisement? An advertisement – many may argue – is a proposition that comes in a particular form that tries to make a statement of some sort. When you see a poster of a sporting team, you have had a statement made to you.
So I am faced with the question: should I make a statement? This led me to ponder, in my tricky world of car hiring, what may I include in my “statement”?
Well, I could include many things, but are these things exciting enough to be understood by the general public? I pondered this question for some time. As I pondered I saw a chicken walking by, picking up some leaves. This chicken picked away at the leaves, almost as if she were building a nest with these leaves. This seemed quite absurd to me – chickens don’t build nests! But then I thought to myself: maybe they do? Here again we see the essential nature of the “statement”: self-referentiality.
Is my desire to advertise car hiring services self-referential? I don’t know. I certainly hope it is, because I would love to be more “self-centred” – in a good way of course!
As I walked home from ponderings I began to see more chickens – this time approximately 10 or so. What confused me is that they were continually picking and storing away leaves for looking for uber car loans bad credit. Had I walked into another universe? A universe where chickens stored leaves for their own evil purposes? The answer is…I don’t know. So much of this world is a mystery, but what matters is that I make statements, advertisements and create meaning for these poor, poor chickens.
Let’s be frank: I don’t like cars, AND I don’t like to hire things. So why do I want to advertise? Why wouldn’t I just not advertise it, and leave it locked away in my mind where I eternally ponder its worth? Why, why, oh – why? I think the answer lies back with the chickens, they hold the key. It is only through them that I may unlock the mysteries of advertisements and painting – yes, painting. Painting is one skill I will need to work on if I am to advertise! Advertising requires skill, ingenuity and most of all…chickens.
In conclusion, I will continue to meditate on whether I should enact an advertisement for my car or cars, and whether I should consider not advertising it. Considering I have little interest in the venture, I think it’s high time I admitted defeat and moved on to another business from which to earn petty cash. I wonder if fruit is on sale, or whether that too is affected by the chickens which I spied!