Schw…I don’t get it.

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I was just made aware of this new press insertion (cheers Matt) by Schweppes.  It features Alan Sugar firing the G20 leaders and carries the headline ‘experience matters’.  I get that Schweppes are meant to represent ‘experience’, but does that mean that Alan Sugar is more ‘experienced’ than the G20 leaders? Basically, I don’t really get this ad. If anyone does please enlighten me!

2 Comments

  1. It means, the corporations are in charge, they make the rules, this is the case stated in all the writings of Marxist protagonists. Rule by council.

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