My wife Cynthia and I were hanging out last night, cooking and reflecting on the day and what not, and we were "shooting the shit" as they say. We were reflecting on the coming of the "free economy," where we can all just get anything we want, when we want it, for free, - and then instantly "tweet" about it to our friends! Obviously, using this economic model, none of us will have any money to buy things anyway because hey, whatever we have to offer for sale is out there - free for the taking, and free to use to illustrate the new wave of "journalism".
So we came up with this idea: A hoodie that is covered with social networks, in live time - combined with the Lotto. What do you think?
We figured the zipper could function as a "scratcher" for the "big winnings," even as you "tweeted" your pals about what you'd be "doing tonight: lucky numbers!!!". There'd even be a special pocket to tuck away your "great way 2 get there" recyclable, a one-shot of the liquor of your choice. The future is bright - and recyclable!
Fashion, in our post-post-modern era is destined to merge with technology - and I am ready to jump on that train: Tweeterclothing is only a matter of time. I sketched the concept out on our junk mail, a packet from Kaiser Permanante, seeing how they sent us a personalised package of insurance information which had a luxurious amount of plain white paper space upon which to "concept" - and "Thrive!". Leave it to corporate print-bots to misspell Cynthia...
What do you think, should we patent it? I guess it'll have to be free, so we don't foresee getting rich or anything.