This week Capital One has established a new unilateral partnership with the People’s Cube, with the purpose of creating catchy and spectacular advertising materials. The first rule in such a unilateral partnership is that one partner doesn’t let the other partner know anything about it. The second rule is that the other partner doesn’t get any of the proceeds from the resulting revenues.
In practical terms that means that Capital One produces their ads based on the People’s Cube material, and we at the People’s Cube find out about it on Facebook from an alert reader who sends us a link.
The first ad resulting from our exciting new partnership with Capital One features a gloriously red People’s Cube on a rough wooden surface, under the caption, “It just got easy.”
We can only guess what the next Capital One ad will be, but we expect our members to post their suggestions in what may become a very productive and successful unilateral partnership with Capital One.
On our part, laborers at various People’s Cube departments have already enthusiastically signed different kinds of improvised one-sided contracts with Capital One, many of them in triplicate and notarized in red pencil, stating that they don’t want to hear anything about Capital One using their work, demanding that they never be contacted by Capital One representatives, nor receive any compensation for their selfless toil for the Common Good™ in the field of visual agitation and propaganda.
We have scheduled a spontaneous celebration of this historic development at 21:00 behind the tractor barn. Many a rationing coupon is expected to be redeemed tonight to ensure an uninterrupted flow of beet vodka, stale bread, and pickled beet products. And by all means, bring your own beets!
This looks like the beginning of a beautiful unilateral friendship.
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