Diesel Launches Viral Spam

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"Somebody claiming to be DeEtte wrote:

Hello - I am trying to get ahold of the blow-up dolls used in the new Diesel print campaign (the bizarre twist on the Russian nesting doll). Any idea if these can be purchased online?? http://www.zoozoom.com/magazine.aspx?type=ad&id=45

btw, it's perfect for some twisted viral or spoof. suprised no one's run with it. or have they??"

DeEtte, tell Diesel they can stuff their viral spam tactics up their ass, OK?

by Steve Hall    Nov- 7-05   Click to Comment   
Topic: Viral   

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Glad you're on this "trend", Steve. It's just spam that is on a slightly higher budgetary level and is sponsored by 'real' companies. It's still spam and it's still execrable. That's a fancy word for "shitty" as I recall.

Posted by: Stevie on November 7, 2005 11:45 AM

Spam or not when I first saw the ad, I was hoping I could get my hands on the inflatables as well

Posted by: Another Ryan on November 7, 2005 5:28 PM

Adrants --- Why continue to rail against this activity and then provide all the details that the advertiser wants in the first place. Wouldn't it just make sense to make a weekly list of suspected viral spammers? Otherwise just post the stuff without comment as you're playing into their whole game anyhow.

Posted by: James on November 7, 2005 9:05 PM





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