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February 04, 2007


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1. Blockbuster Mouse Click ad with Carl and Ray

2. Sprint Connectile Dysfunction

3. Bud Spot Wink (dog spots)

4. Bud King Crab

5. Taco Bell Taquitos (Lions)

The Emerald Nuts/Goulet ad is the only one that made me LOL, and I usually love the commercials more than the game. Not this year.

The Career Builder ones didn't do anything for me overall. The first one was pretty good, but then it got old.

And on the other end of the spectrum, I may never eat another Snickers again. :)

I thought that the Rock, Paper, Scissors Bud Light commercial was funny as hell.

The Blockbuster commercial (with the mouse) was pretty good too.

Where was J.P.'s marriage proposal ad?

Hey Scott -
I just put up a post about JP's proposal. Unfortunately the sponsor fell through that was going to originally do it - and they held up the works to prevent anyone else from doing it :(

But - JP's going to do it during Veronica Mars tomorrow. It -might- be national, Joe's trying to make that work, but it will at least be local to where JP lives.

I also have it on good authority it'll be posted on the internet shortly after it happens. :)

The A-B crabs are number one for me. As for the rest... they were all blah.

I say two points to Revlon for running an ad for the women watching the game.

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