Time to get over yourself, amigo. I can't speak for everybody, but I don't choose glocks for my EDC just because it's a firearm. I bought into the system for a handful of reasons that all come from glock trying to create the perfect combat handgun. Are glocks literally "perfect"? Of course not, and nobody thinks so.I'm pretty sure none of us are on this website because Glock is in the business of marketing an 'idea'. They make firearms. I know that'll come as a shock to some people, but there it is. Claiming otherwise is playing a bit too Clinton/Obama-esque with words.
I'm pretty sure I never claimed Glock Shooting Sports predated Glock Perfection, but let me reread my post and double check. Uhmmm ... nope. I say old because the items they used to market are no longer available except for the low crown hat.
People can vary on their acceptance of a marketing plan (my personal favorite was the use of the Rolling Stones' "Start Me Up" for computers/programming). I prefer the active connotation of Shooting Sports probably because I've been an athlete most of my life.
Glock has a durable and dependable product, but perfection?
I run glocks because of their unparalleled reliability, parts support, holster support, magazine price and availability, and uniquely uniform profile for carrying (which is part of it's dependability)
The big question, is why the heck does their slogan bother you SOO much that you felt you need to start a thread about it?