Truth Ads Continue Stupid Streak, Katherine Harris Spoofed

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- Two guys are following England around Germany as the 'Unofficial' Coca-cola mascots and reporting back to fans via their video blog.

- Here's a little Aussie viral for a roadside assistance company that puts a twist on on asking mom and Dad to use their car.

- Here's the third installment of the incredibly stupid Truth campaign in which the guy with the goofy hair calls attentions to jogging, M&M's and smoking addiction. It's just not working.

- Walking in on your hottie having sex with a bunch of other guys and not flinching is a poker face Poker.com would appreciate.

- Katherine Harris' U.S. Senate Campaign is getting some seriously hilarious spoof treatment and is racking up tons of views in the Huffington Post Contagious Viral contest.

- Here's what Aussies do to promote cricket in London.

- More Nike Joga Bonita football...uh...soccer fun.

by Steve Hall    Jun-19-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Campaigns, Commercials, Online, Viral   

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Man, does the Truth campaign suck. Your brain on drugs is positively brilliant compared to it. I don't even smoke more than a few times a year, but that campaign makes me want to light one up just to spite those idiots. Yeah, real cool, let's be hip and make some government propaganda. Big tobacco, ooh, evil. Why stop with them? What's next, Big fast food, Big pharma, (when did "Big" become the lefty snotnose insult du jour, anyway?) Look, if we're going to start putting out government propaganda portraying whole groups of law-abiding citizens as vicious animals (remember those billboards 2 or 3 years ago where "Big Tobacco" was portrayed by crocodiles and insects?), why don't we just cut to the chase and go after the Jews. Judging by the last few hundred years of Western history that seems to be where it normally ends up.

Posted by: EJ on June 21, 2006 3:22 AM







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