“Eagle 20-Fox 2.”
The American bald eagle is majestic, flying with an unrivaled strength and precision in the air whose only match is a prehistoric dinosaur known as the Pterodactyl. But that’s not here but only back there.
Well, depending on if you want ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ to come true.
Regardless, there’s something else there. There’s an “it’ factor with an eagle that’s difficult to see up close. Distance is required to understand the true power of the eagle.
And yet it’s there when needed most…on a perch or in a cockpit taking a slightly different form than expected.
It’s not the 4th of July, but Eagle 20-Fox knew how to help in the direst situations.
Just sitting and waiting until that moment arrives.
Ready? Click play below to see one version of an orb.
The scene above with the orb is from the science fiction pop-culture favorite ‘Ready Player One.’ Since this blog is spoiler-free (a warning is given when necessary), the precise context for the scene in the video clip won’t be explored. However, an orb–or a globe–is a fascinating thing because it’s close to being a circle. And a circle has endless possibilities. Well, one possibility.
(Cue the drummer).
With that, there really is something quite magical about an orb this time of year. Take, for example, a snow globe.
What story do you want to tell within your life’s orb(ital)?
There’s a thirst for a clear future.
Approximately 71% of the Earth is covered in water. We’ve all heard this at one point in our lives. Although, it’s somewhat difficult to envision during long road trips across the Midwest when there’s no single large body of water for hundreds of water in any direction. That statistic almost becomes a reverse mirage with spokesman Tom Selleck.
Suppose that’s a perceptive battle of geography. Ironic that a sustainable future may be a little battle defined by geography.
There’s been a continued effort–however subdued–in the innovative pursuit of a car that runs on water, man!
(Bonus points for those who know the pop-culture reference)
In the mainstream, Toyota is leading this effort with its Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle.
Friendly suggestion: Shorten the name so it could actually fit on the aforementioned car’s bumper.
For a cellular breakdown of how Toyota’s water call works, here’s a helpful video.
The tranquil, effortless and dream-like environmentalism aside–well done, Toyota marketing department–the macro solution to some major global pollution problems involving cars looks like it could be rooted in water-based renewable energy.
Obviously, $60,000 isn’t a welcoming price point for the majority of car owners and lessees. Not even close. Having said that, it is a starting point for developing a reasonably priced water fuel car made by a popular–and trusted–mainstream car company in Toyota. Add in the parallel development of accompanying fueling infrastructure throughout the many different parts of the country–suburban, rural and inner city–from coast to coast and maybe Toyota will be able to succeed where Elon Musk and Tesla are experiencing shortcomings as revealed during a recent 60 Minutes segment.
If the Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle proves to be the future of the American automobile, then the “O” in H2O will be converted into a zero, as in water’s zero-emission solution.
A Jimmy’s Daily Planet Blog Tease:
Wednesday = H2Zero
Thursday = The Orb(I Tell)
Friday = An Eagle’s Perch
Normally, I write my blog posts on the day and in the moment. True story. However, feeling inspired by today’s blog, I decided to randomly type headlines I thought sounded cool without knowing what they will be about.
We’ll see how this works.
Now, if you’re wondering:
Advertising and marketing continue to evolve by the day with short video content, by the way.
Or “BTW,” as the text-savvy kids say.
And the folks at Netflix, partnering with the ‘Stranger Things’ team–a smash hit original series based in the 1980s with impressive storytelling and era-capturing precision–recently dropped a clever teaser trailer for its pending teaser trailer for the highly-anticipated third season.
It’s being called a “Title Tease.” Ok…Well, now I’m curious to see what’s coming next in television and commercial marketing.
Anyways, unlike conventional sitcoms, this binge-worthy show purposely releases all ten episodes that make up each season at once. Admittedly, this causes a Tostitos mild salsa-caliber spoiler. Or perhaps like the salsa, it merely introduces a satisfying taste (or tease) of the full meal?
You be the judge.
Wait…they had Tostitos in the ’80s, right? Regardless, here’s the aforementioned teaser trailer for the pending teaser trailer for the third season of ‘Stranger Things.’
While 2019 is a little vague for a drop date, 1980-something works perfectly for ‘The Goldbergs.’ So it’s time to put up–and keep up–Christmas lights for all of 2019.
P.S. Yes, Tostitos chips were around in the ’80s!