I’m likely over thinking this, but:
There IS a wearable “club” vibe that responds to music and voices.
(So I’ve heard, OK?)
(I don’t go to clubs…)
Given the all-around corniness and ineptitude of the Canadian music industry (they need CanCon to survive, and “Canadian Idol” bombed even though other country’s franchises are doing fine) I bet they told their assistants to get those for the gifting room — get it? It’s the Juno Awards — and the assistants told their assistants, and that assistants told the intern — and they got the WE instead.
The commenter may be right about the Canadian design, though. Which would also explain why…
Aw, skip it.
Yeah, I just don’t like that I’m probably paying for this stuff somehow, especially since:
a) I’m not getting free toys, and
b) they bought mediocre, overpriced (so I’ve heard) ones.
Anyhow, if they HAD to give away a quality Canadian “adult” product, why not one-year subscriptions to…?
Well, if you’re interested and of legal age, google “Camille Crimson art” from a non-work/non-family room/non-library computer.
You can thank me later, but don’t bother complaining, m’kay?
UPDATE: tonight is Human Achievement Hour. Don’t get me wrong — you should ALL tune into Sun News starting at 5pm ET for the all-star Human Achievement lineup leading up to the big fight — Mark Steyn will be a guest on Michael Coren for instance, and Ezra Levant has a terrific show lined up — BUT if you’re hoping to light up the power grid in defiance of your neighborhood green bullies, then one word:
Gives new meaning to the word “achievement.”
(So I’ve heard.)