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IMHO: Mannequins Are Creepy

“A broken mannequin laying on the street in Taguatinga” by Edu Lauton on Unsplash

Business Owners get weird mail sometimes. I guess, in some strange way, I can understand the thinking behind whatever nitwit sent me a mannequin catalog in the mail. After all, some business professionals (though not me) work at department stores that sell clothes and, presumably, have a call for mannequins.

However, anyone who has taken Marketing 101 understands a little thing called targeting. That is to say, if…

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Tales, rants, observations — blog of Jim Dee, long-haired smart ass, self-employed web developer, hyper-creative writer, musician, renaissance man, defiant, prone to philosophization, as-always a pyro, ever-frustrated cat owner, free agent, bandanna wearer.

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Founder and chief generative coder at GenerativeNFTs.io. “We help mint millionaires!”

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