With President Obama in his final term, I thought I’d ask him what I ask all U.S. Presidents: A letter of reference. He’s so cool it might actually happen.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how popular culture and political correctness are now nearly synonymous. In 2015, we reached an unheard of collective level of butthurt. (Defined as aggrieved, resentful with stubborn anger.)
Sea World’s been hit hard ever since the film Blackfish came out. They’ve got a commercial on TV right now which aims to “fight back”, I guess.
I don’t care to debate the ethics of the killer whale issue. I’m interested in this particular ad, because it’s complete whaleshit.
This page argues for the creation of an additional upper size limit for California Spiny Lobster across both the recreational and commercial fisheries.
Sometime in October of 2010, Big Buck Hunter Pro for Wii was quietly released for the Wii
This game is incredible. A near verbatim transfer of the arcade game, with a life-sized, pump-action gun peripheral that feels just like the arcade.
What the white spots are on the Honeywell HRF-APP1 pre-filter. Instructions on how to install the pre-filter on your air filter. Where to buy cheapest.
Jack in the Box marketing has brass-balls.
They clearly understand their target demos. With this commercial they’re not afraid to market directly to one of their key constituents (the late-night drive-through stoner) in a manner that isn’t condescending.
Vince Offer is the Michelangelo of infomercials. He should embrace his title, and pimp as many products on TV as he can.
The original Slap Chop infomercial was entertaining enough, but as with everything, it aged. Enter DJ Steve Porter. For his own enjoyment, Porter took the original commercial and remixed it into this piece of art:
In the highly competitive car insurance market, appealing directly to the gay demo was stroke of genius.
Regardless of the truth, by claiming it was unintentional (essentially playing the “don’t ask / don’t tell” card) they’ve retained the anti-gay zealot customers they have too.
FINALLY, someone in auto insurance marketing mentions the primary reason to buy quality auto insurance:
“Cheap” insurance probably won’t take care of you if you are involved in an accident.