How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Product Placement...

Something I never noticed before is the amount of product placement in Fight Club. And they're all PepsiCo, form the beverages to the bag of doritos that gets dropped when the Mayhemites see the narrator after shooting himself.

Nothing like watching a nihilistic-marxist revolt movie that pushes PepsiCo.

The irony is... well... delightful.

It fits well with the ending song...

[edit: Wait! The Krispy Kremes that Bob was eating weren't PepsiCo. But I'm pretty sure Dunkin Donuts are, yesno?]
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