Treasure Island

Stuart Kaler


OMG! ! ! Ozy Liked Me! ! ! !


I just chatted with a man on the Internet;

Who said:

Two vast and comprehensive media blitzes reside on a website,

Advertising a much-awaited sequel to a block-buster teenage movie of last summer;

Whose splash of media rich content and explosive, violent action made certain this advertisement firm well read the desires of its producers;

Underneath, in the bottom legend of the webpage, there beckoned a link;

Clicking it, a megalithic icon appeared, accompanied by the trumpeting of triumphal music;

'Our name is Ozymatics - Supreme King of Madison Avenue Ad Firms

Our client base is legend, our deal flow envious....

Look upon our hits, posts, and analytics and despair...'

...and the number of Likes and Re-tweets stretched far beyond into the millions....

Submitted: Thursday, February 20, 2014
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