March 22, 2002
How prevalent is it in real society, as opposed to television's commercial society, do a white, a black, a Hispanic, and an Asian hang out together as a group to enjoy a day out? The real answer is extremely rare. There exists the quota squad, the body of advertisers reaping as much profits as possible to all ethnicities as the same time attempting to play social activist and proponent within their method of selling. Merchandising is universal but deception is essential despite any shift from realism. The quota squad is as mixed in the head as their perceived cosmopolitan world.