Thing is in the end, it’s a corporation making millions of dollars. They’re not government. They’re not a church. They neither legislate nor should we worship them. They think of their corporate futures; my childhood shouldn’t hinge on a corporate logo. All the hand-wringing over corporate mascots that I hear is frustrating to me sometimes. When you REALLY CONSIDER how much of our “nostalgia” is whatever corporate logo they picked and we get upset when they change or remove them, it really points to our collective shallow childhoods in some ways. I mean, what are we pining after really?

Thing is in the end, it’s a corporation making millions of dollars.
They’re not government.
They’re not a church.
They neither legislate nor should we worship them.
They think of their corporate futures; my childhood shouldn’t hinge on a corporate logo.
All the hand-wringing over corporate mascots that I hear is frustrating to me sometimes. When you REALLY CONSIDER how much of our “nostalgia” is whatever corporate logo they picked and we get upset when they change or remove them, it really points to our collective shallow childhoods in some ways.
I mean, what are we pining after really?

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