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How many times do you feel as though you have been used as a tool for someone elses success In reality it probably happens more than you are aware of by people you would least suspect In many instances you are abused by the economic giants of our daily lives fast food restaurant chains For companies to advertise they need to take advantage of the minds of the stupid majority of the public Successful ads target the correct audience and then precede to per sway them both indirectly and directly Good advertising produces results it keeps the attention of viewers makes the company money and involves new strategies One of the companies that has mastered this gimmick is Carls Jr a popular fast food restaurant chain that takes advertising to a new level they have gone beyond a playful clown and his magic used by Mc Donalds or a cute little talking dog with short catch phrases used by Taco Bell and has even passed up the jolly old southern Colonel who invites the whole family over for dinner used by KFC This fast food chain Carls Jr constantly and deliberately uses sexual references and well founded knowledge of the average person in its commercials to target and rope in its unsuspecting victims collecting further profit Carls Jr readily uses sex to market its burgers One of the best ways to get the attention of men and their money is sex and this has been readily realized by Carls Jr In nine out of ten TV commercials for Carls Jr there is a good looking woman who if she isnt eating the burger itself is all over the man who is The message that this sends to viewers is one of two things If the woman is actually eating a Carls Jr burger it shows viewers what these types of model quality women like which just happens to be the exact thing that is
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