Friday, January 28, 2011

World wish Apple more animals, Microsoft-CNET

Please lie down. I want you to tell me what you truly desire. No, really, deeply and with all your internal exposed insanities.

Would be peace? Would that all animals and people should be saved and edited? Or would it be an iPhone brand new, shiny (and preferably free) 5?

This insight into the human psyche was caused by a new survey, courtesy of clear. Clear is not, in fact, anything that helps with acne, but a vital part of the advertising agency M & C Saatchi. (Yes, that c. Saatchi. The one who got married with the fascinating TV chef Nigella Lawson.)

Clear surveyed 17,000 people from Singapore, China, United Kingdom, USA, Germany and North Korea. Oh, wait, they couldn't get to North Korea. In any case, these people have asked which brands have wanted more.

You will feel tortured, when I say that Apple is the most desirable brand worldwide. Google presumably slips in there at number two (with no doubt, many votes from China), ahead of BMW, Gucci, Disney, Microsoft and IKEA--to name just a few of the top 15.

For some, however, cannot be the presence of objects that move them to consider the direction of humanity. May be the presence of guilt.

Taking the whole world, survey respondents in some way such affection for the World Wildlife Fund that the mark has been able to get over those animals of aspiration as Rolex, Cartier, Gucci and Mercedes to take fourth place in the pantheon of the passion.

Yes, people are more desperate for animals to be saved more than one class c to appear on their fours. However, even crave a iPhone 5 or 325i (BMW was third) just a little bit more.

The United Kingdom seems doubly devastated by his need to be edited. Not only was one of the most wanted all brands, Fairtrade, high at number 9, but just above it in the eighth place was the Red Cross.

This, of course, can be a little selfish thinking of some impending doom felt deeply the British. But there is still something to tap into thinking that they might desire of the Red Cross, more than an Aston Martin or, gosh, Google.

I am confident that this beautiful piece of craftsmanship will consider each intuitive if their wishes are one with them is essential.

I think there will be a considerable increase of persons who are, almost immediately, be getting their iPhones to make a donation to their charity as you want.

By the end of today, hundreds of small animals and people will be saved in the world. That will make this research completely worth it.

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