Isn’t it great, the colors, the sights,
the sounds—the glamour.
Drink this and feel this, you can be this
I was a victim of beer commercials;
it wasn’t the only thing that got me,
but it sure didn’t stop me.
How many young people fall to their
This is why go out, write about it, spread
the word there’s another side to the
My anti-beer ads go like this: Fade in
on hospital rooms and prison cells, then
have sucking music accompany the POV
down the toilette where boys and girls
are puking their first drunk.
Now the sewers with other drunks and
puke, the sewer water heading for the
Sirens and handcuffs, straight jackets
and padded walls, meds dispensed by
laughing nurses, back to you throwing
up your meds.
Words flash on the screen:
“All this because you didn’t learn to live
before your took your first drink of
Alcoholic zombies walk graveyards and head
for the bars to re-fill their glasses, watch
sports on TV.
As they clink glasses with each other, grunting
and foaming at the mouth, the final words
on this 30-second spot fill the screen:
“Alcohol: killing and addicting people since
the beginning of temptation”
With that the bar and its patrons explode.