A Last Minute Change

Alright then, so going over the ads for the presentation, I noticed that the ad I posted for fusion-opposition falls more readily into the replacement category. Here’s a different one:

ImageStill creepy, I know. Fusion-opposition was surprisingly hard to find, since advertisers don’t often like to associate their products so closely with negative aspects.

This ad is for the Beijing Women and Children’s Development foundation, so their service is the safety and health of the child, which is manifested through food in this case. However, the fusion of dangerous or just plain nasty things with the apparently safe food also provides opposition.

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