Robbie Hugland as an ex Mormon, your extreme doubt to historical narrative is completely understandable. My equivalent extreme doubt comes with marketing / sales and people who have something to prove by emotional exaggeration : they are selling me something. The first crack in the armor was at 8 years old when they advertised a toy truck on tv. I realized the child was a midget and he was holding the toy truck at arm’s length towards the camera. And I heard the announcer over excited And I saw the children unrealistically enthusiastic And I thought: and this is a lie and they all know But most of my irritation was for the announcer He was the adult A little later I realized more about marketing So now I understand a little better.

Robbie Hugland as an ex Mormon, your extreme doubt to historical narrative is completely understandable.

My equivalent extreme doubt comes with marketing / sales and people who have something to prove by emotional exaggeration : they are selling me something.

The first crack in the armor was at 8 years old when they advertised a toy truck on tv.

I realized the child was a midget and he was holding the toy truck at arm’s length towards the camera.

And I heard the announcer over excited

And I saw the children unrealistically enthusiastic

And I thought: and this is a lie and they all know

But most of my irritation was for the announcer

He was the adult

A little later I realized more about marketing

So now I understand a little better.

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