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conspiracy realists

conspiracy - "a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful." reality - "possessing actuality, existence, or essence." theory - "an idea used to explain a course of actions." conspiracies are created daily and by their nature are obscured by denial, half truth, deception and subterfuge. here we explore the details of conspiracy theory, conspiracy reality and all that may exist in between!
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Kia-ora "Too orangey for crows"

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    The brand takes its name from a Maori greeting which has entered New Zealand English, and means literally "be well". The brand became popular in the 1970s and 80s in the UK, and was widely available in cinemas where it was sold as a ready-to-drink product in rectangular plastic cartons that were supplied with a drinking straw.Created by John Webster for BMP DDB, the now somewhat controversial cartoon shows a young boy denying a crow a drink of his Kia Ora. The surreal backdrop, colours and drawing style are reminiscent of 50s cartoons, but the ad was made in the 1980s.Early advertising used the jingle "We all adore a Kia-Ora". Later ads show the dog's design change, and included a song by Caramba called 'Fido'. The ad received a Nomination in TV & Cinema Advertising for Boase Massimi Pollitt.