Friday, August 18, 2006

So I've been watching a lot of Blue's Clues lately. It's about a mentally challenged man who apparently lives on Social Security. He talks to his furniture and animals, and goes on great adventures with his dog Blue, where they feature new and exciting products (special notebooks, thinking chairs, etc) to sell as part of the Blue's Clues merchandising plan.

All right, maybe I'm a little cynical. I mean, what's the point of having a cartoon if you're not going to sell stuff as a result? I suppose that I do the same thing in a way. After all, the whole point of my writing ADD-related articles is to attract clients to my coaching practice. If I happen to end up with a line of action figures - well, that's not going to happen.