Fake american clothing since 1892
I knew there was something odd about the popular kids in school getting their school uniforms and clothes from Abercrombie & Fitch. It wasn’t just about how much money mommy and daddy makes, but the size in which your body rocked out that coolness factor. Ellen DeGeneres, a spokesperson for being human, weighed in on the clothing controversy.
This company surely has gotten everyone brain washed over what is really cool when it comes to clothing. Even the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, Michael S. Jeffries came out of the closet to say what any other leader in controversy would say:
“A&F is an aspirational brand that, like most specialty apparel brands, targets its marketing at a particular segment of customers,” he said in the statement. “However, we care about the broader communities in which we operate and are strongly committed to diversity and inclusion.” - Los Angeles Times
Reading the article further you will see that Jeffries doesn’t apologize for his heartless remarks but chooses the word “regret” to talk about how people misinterpreted his words. Another silly businessman dodging the truth.
I never liked walking into A&F period because the place is a dark hot mess of walking twigs. As a male, I am constantly bombarded with the masculine undertone to have uber muscles to carry my feather light girl away. Too bad for this image because I am gay.
Point in case, this isn’t a store you want to shop at if you’re seeking real authentic American product because most of America isn’t at all what A&F is targeting. It’s just another business feeding people the wrong impression of what it means to be fierce. Not even their cologne can hide this smelly act.
The intuitive tool of the future
Oracle-X: The Intuitive Tool of the Future is the newest oracle deck in my tarot card collection and the only one that I can expand and personalize over time. The creator, David Croft, allows users to purchase additional cards online that best fits their left and right brain operations. He recently released the news of 22 new cards in production mentioned on his exclusive Oracle-X Facebook group.
Within these cards are some very useful cards that allow owners with extended decks to drill deeper into their intuition and be able to bring [out] ‘aspects’ a little easier.
Cards like hummingbird, jelly, and tightrope are just a few of the new arrivals. I haven’t yet purchased individual cards online, but might need to once my post-graduate life begins to change course and jelly just sounds deliciously gooey.
My first steps with Oracle-X
David contacted me at the end of last year about his unique 36 card deck because he saw my color card readings on YouTube and thought this deck would speak to me. Afterall, I am America’s Future Talk Show Host so the deck and me do have something in common already…we care about the future! David and I exchanged messages back and forth and agreed that I would “play” with the cards, create a blog post and videotape a testimony. In return, I would be compensated for my work. (I was by the way.)
It took months to adapt to the cards with my travel schedule and oh so fancy adventure with miracles, but lastly I have completed all aspects of our agreement and I invite you to check out my first video testimonial on Oracle-X: The Intuitive Tool of the Future.
- Activate your left and right side of the brain to get more meaning and validate the strengths behind those meanings.
- Your deck is guaranteed to be 100% yours, no deck is the same.
- Purchase more cards online to make your deck more unique.
- Join a collaborative community of other card readers and users.
- Availability of cards and suggestions are expanding.
- Many card spreads available online for: General, Money, Career, Pets, People, and more!
- It takes practice and patience to understand The Grid and Color system.
- Reading becomes complex if you choose to read both keyword meanings and The Grid & Color system.
- Base location is in the United Kingdom so conversion rates for shoppers outside of the UK is a concern.
How would you read these cards together? Leave a comment below.