Continuing the beer theme, enjoy Jose Canseco’s pitchwork for Old Milwaukee that ran during the Home Run Derby this week.
Discussion topics: Jose Canseco is wearing a jersey that literally says “Canseco.” How does this reflect the modern American dream?
How does the recorded-off-the-TV, cinema verite style impact your viewing of the advertisement? Does it make it feel more authentic or does it emphasize your hopeless alienation from people and things?
America is commonly referred to as a “melting pot” and is known for its rich, yet varied, cultural histories. How can a beer named after Milwaukee cross this divide and connect with the citizens of Kansas City? What are some ways you encounter this type of subtle cross-culturism everyday?
Jose Canseco says “Sometimes last place is first place.” What are some of your favorite places you’ve visited?
How ‘bout dem muscles?
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