With the impending purchase of the Twitter.com service by an evil billionaire with a fourth grade education, I have decided to rethink how I communicate with listeners on the World Wide Web, a.k.a. the Dubba-Dubba-Double-You-Double-You-Double-You. It seems most prudent that I do so by increasing my attention to this Substack-powered publishing platform formerly known as the Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald’s? Newsletter.
I say “formerly known” because in the near future this space will be “re-branded” simply as PizzaAtMcDonalds.com and will be the primary online destination for my listeners, followers, and sycophants. You may already see that there is a link at the top of this page labeled “Useful Links”. This link contains links to other areas of the Dubba-Dubba-Double-You-Double-You-Double-You, a.k.a. the DDDYDYDY, of interest to those interested in my investigation. And the posts that I will be posting here with much more regularity will contain much of the same interesting information I have previously published on my Twitter feed.
By way of example, here is a fascinating McDonald’s Pizza television advertisement I recently encountered. Note that it features quite detailed images of the revolutionary oven McDonald’s developed to bake pizzas in record time (a record time, I might add, that almost no person in their right mind could possibly accuse of being “too long”).
Intriguing, to say the least.
Recently, a children’s book author named John Green tweeted a Tweet expressing his admiration for the way children’s music creator Taylor Swift “fosters community”. By that, I believe he meant her ability to convince her fans that they are in a parasocial relationship with her, thus triggering an emotion-motivated compulsion in them to provide a steady revenue stream. My definition of community is somewhat different, but I hope this Substack-powered internet destination will serve to foster it all the same. I encourage readers to leave questions or comments at their discretion, and I will participate in these discussions where appropriate.
My hope is that this will become something more significant than a simple newsletter and instead a premiere forum for education, entertainment, solemn prayer, and other basic human needs. I have several exciting announcements to announce quite soon and hope everyone reading this will join me in celebrating them when the time comes.
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Great now I can finally cancel my Twitter account.