They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. In the case of esurance, they might as well be siphoning money out of Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky’s personal bank account, because they’ve ripped off his animation style wholesale. Erin Esurance even fights robots in the same manner that Samurai Jack did in order to get some action/violence on the air.Details
Other people can take them to task for the sexism. I will complain about the fact these women sound like they are eating whole heads of lettuce.
But they don’t stop there. They go the extra mile and have these people spill shit all over themselves at the same time.Details
People have long known that in advertising, you’ll remember jingles long after you hear one. Kit Kat takes this to the next level.
Apparently Kit Kat’s ad agency is extremely comfortable with their contract. So much so that they’re cocky about it.Details
Need to win an election? Try the rhetorical, logical fallacy of a loaded question and/or rumors from anonymous experts. Smear campaigns 101.Details
I’ve occassionally had the thought that it would be funny to send out autographed photos of myself to celebrities. Just to kind of turn it around on them. The problem is finding a good address.
Then I thought: I know a good address for my governor!Details
Here’s a summary of differences between the 1998 movie Thick as Thieves and the novel from Patrick Quinn.Details
Before Al Gore single-handedly invented the internet, Napster, and the omnipresence of CD-RW drives, there was the great deal known as the CD club.Details
A joke letter from 1997 to a sweepstakes scam company. Let’s go beat the hell out of a total stranger.Details
An odd correspondence started back in 1994, when a video game magazine published a letter I wrote them and (mistakenly?) printed my address in the magazine.Details