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A woman asked me...

What we can learn from Asgard

A woman asked me to dance last night.

As she spoke, the rest of the dancers shrank back against the walls until they were just shadows.

As she came close my vision blurred but she became more real than real.

As we danced we stepped through a mirror into another world where we were gods creating reality from the mists of the past and the hints of all possible futures.

As the music ended I asked her name.

She said, “I think we’ve gone beyond that”.

And my point is that that is what happens when advertising really works. I mean, really, really works in a way you have never imagined before.

Welcome to the hall of the immortals.

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