Beautiful People.

Tonight watched Beautiful People on Slice. If you don't know what Beautiful People is you may not have been on the Internet for the last year and probably should see a doctor. Right now.

Beautiful People (BP) is an exclusive agency for meeting other people, except it only lets in the pretty ones. No boring and no ugly ones either. It's beauties meeting beauties. The members vote and if you're hot enough, then you can join. If not, you get a message that says "the beautiful people don't think you are attractive enough". I suggest you take a look at it for fun. I find it interesting however not surprising that a business like this exists this and Slice broadcasts it right into my very own room.
There was a commercial for Botox during the break and it emphasized the importance of "freedom of expression". This, I am also thankful for, the expression that is, not the Botox. An actress from Toronto got rejected by Beautiful People (BP) and found inspiration in that to get plastic surgery all over her face. They told her that she looked tired and sunken and she needs some work done. Her inspiration inspired me and I drew on my face but I don't want to change it.

The two blokes who started the company said "PR is the cornerstone of their business". They like the media and guerrilla marketing because it is cheap & effective and gets lots of attention. They like lots of attention. They like to get people talking. They like to cross borders and make you stretch what you think is normal. They like to shake your mind a bit. They like to get you moving.

The Beautiful People boys did a fine number by projecting an message on the side of one of our downtown buildings. It lasted two hours before the cops shut it down but it lasted much longer once the media grabbed it.

I think to myself, have we lost it. The economy is in the shitter. People are all walking around like The Sims, looking the same in the face, wearing the same clothes, going to the same places, seeing the same people. Boring. Boring Boring.

There are a couple people whom I find quite interesting because I see them doing somehting different. White Rabbit, Jon Dube and Optiadmedia; its all creative inspiration of different mediums. The time has come for the rising of the arts and those who are Borderline Artistic will no longer be hiding.