Dispatch from an advertising future #221

This Startup Made a Functioning ‘Invisibility Shield’. Here’s How It Works


I worked for a golf shop once. I stood on the street corner holding an arrow pointing towards the shop. Worst thing was I had to wear a birdie costume. The manager thought the joke very funny. It paid the bills. I could listen to my music. People ignored me really. I was invisible. I can’t wear headphones in this job. Something about noise leaking apparently. Still have to stand up all the time. Keep moving so I don’t bump into anyone in the aisle or more correctly they don’t bump into me. Eight hours, taking notes. I am invisible.