Sunday, November 10, 2019
Awesome fun with As Seen on TV's "Tac Visor!"
First, let's all celebrate that the Tac Visor was "inspired" by the flight helmets used in AMERICAN fighter planes; if I'm going to buy something from a company which regularly uses an American Flag and an American Bald Eagle as its logos, I want to be sure that whatever that flimsy joke piece-of-crap item wasn't inspired by some flight helmet being used by some Commie flying missions over Syria or Vietnam or wherever!
Second, if I watch this ad without thinking too hard, it appears that the Tac Visor is actually a really cool super-thin HDTV you strap to your car's standard visor. When you get sick of driving toward that nuclear blast, you can pull down the HDTV and watch a movie about a truck blaring its horn as it drives by. I suspect that it's not a good idea to get too into that movie, though, because that seems to be the only scene available on the Tac Visor. Maybe there are other scenes available just pay Extra Shipping and Handling?
Then I see the scene where we have a big truck surrounded by - chains, cables? Seriously, what?- and facing a big white screen. A woman is asked to look at the white screen, and she sees nothing. Then the Tac Visor is pulled down and for once its not showing that scene with the big truck blowing its horn. Instead, it's showing an advertisement for the Tac Visor. Mind. Blown
So I guess if you are driving toward an H-bomb testing site and you have really bad timing, you should definitely get one of these Tac Visors so you can shield your eyes with part of a movie about a truck blaring its horn- maybe a digitally remastered version of 1971's Duel, or something. Seems like you'd be better off just avoiding that area, or maybe putting on a pair of sunglasses, than making yourself more distracted by watching TV while driving, but that's just me.