But, when it comes to the suddenly popular adgame, it'll be no-holds barred. I plan to be one of the first insiders who tells what really goes on (as opposed to books like Confessions of an Advertising Man, written as a giant ad for its writer and his ad agency). I see BladMan as more like the Valachi Papers - you know, like a made man in the Mafia ratting out his crew for the good of the larger society. But I don't feel any shame because they turned on me first, when I tried to make the ad world safe for diversity.
It's a long story. But, as one of advertising's first broadcast phrases first advised, "Please stay tuned".