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Minions™ are a marketing ploy first introduced in 2010. They are now the Facebook mascots of seventh graders, way2random girls, grandmothers, Donald Trump and generally obnoxious people.
Universal Pictures™ is the studio that created the Minions™. Comcast™ owns Universal Pictures™ and they are now the owners of the rights to Minions™. In summation: Comcast™ is responsible for the existence of Minions™ and uses them to over saturate the market in a scheme I'm calling 'hyper-merchandising'. This ensures that they're turning a profit from the sale of a vast range of miscellaneous products being sold today. Minions™ are no longer just used for advertising related to Despicable Me™ and Minions™ and can even be found in ads for things like snack cakes, misc junk food, fruit, candy, broadband internet, video games, movies etc etc. Comcast™ makes money from the sale of all of these items and more. This money is then used to systematically lmao all over the rights of the general public.
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We would like this to be a place to discuss and provide examples of all over-marketing and it's consequences. Not all marketing in general, just the type of blatant saturation of the market like we see with Minions™. So, if you have something along those lines, that doesn't necessarily have to do with Minions™, feel free to share it with us as well.
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