Agency.com Raked Over Coals Again

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George Parker (the new Ariel...woo hoo...for those of you who can't handle Adrants linking to anyone more than twice in a week! Oops, we linked. Sorry) wonders why Agency.com can't just lay down and die...along with everyone else who feels the need to spoof the poor agency to death like TransitionalBlueBlood - whose site has an annoying header graphic that makes you think it's still downloading as in the days of dial up when you were drooling over your first Internet image of the opposite sex. Anyway, there's a cartoon and Ariel...I mean George...says it's funny. We do too.

by Steve Hall    Aug-28-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Online, Strange   

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George Parker is an old, crusty douchebag/"never was."

Keep to your own meaningless blog that is reserved for "over the hill" bitter jagoffs that wished they hadn't sold out to work on Tide ads.

Posted by: Jack on August 28, 2006 3:56 PM

Holy Fuck!!!
Jack has some kind of issue here... Yes, I am an old crusty douchebag... But I am certainly not a never was... 'Cos I was, still am, and always will be... Why do I have this idea that maybe "Jack" is someone I fired sometime? And I never worked on Tide... But in my youth, I did work on Charmin... So go squeeze this "JackOff." Phew, I fell beter now.
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on August 28, 2006 4:43 PM

Shoot that dog and let it die before it pukes to death.

Posted by: Old redneck on August 28, 2006 11:28 PM

For the record George, I never worked for you. And I never would. I'm a little more selective in my agency choices.

Posted by: Jack on August 29, 2006 12:37 PM

For a non-has-been George seems to have an awful lot of time to complain.

Posted by: Joe on August 29, 2006 1:32 PM

ah...I'm so happy to see thiss continue...last week we opened 8 new accounts from calls that read the blogs, the comments on the blogs and emailed the authors. @V@ comments---OMGJ LOL and then emailed me for a demo of our brandcentric majik, OK, now I'm I'm a believer...I'm giving a free pizza to anyone that shouts out for a demo. God I love advertising snit fits and green rages! flame on baby! keep the fires burning. viral? it's epidemic! blame it on Steve Hall, he fanned a little flame into a forrest fire!

Posted by: arthur on August 29, 2006 3:52 PM

OK... I'll have the free pizza. But only if it's delivered piping hot by the chick with big tits that Steve seems to obsessed by. And what exactly is it that you guys do?
By the way...
Jack should jack off Joe and Joe should realize that if he's complaining I have too much time on my hands... What the fuck is he doing posting his infentile brains out on this site, when he could be in line for a free pizza on AdScam.
The cost of entry is the purchase of 10 copies of MadScam... I'll even sign one.
Shit, I am wasting far too much time posting dumb answers to dumb posts, when I could be getting shitfaced!!!
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on August 29, 2006 5:41 PM

Arthur, turn sideways Pinocchio I want to watch your nose grow.

Posted by: roy on August 30, 2006 9:51 AM

Roy, it s all true dude. Amazingly it's true. The phones and email flood came largely in response to the virus Steve Hall propagated and ADage.com and (dead tree version) fanned into a forest fire. Thanks also to AP and adsthatsuck.com @V@! -Art I just responded to George...I will deliver a free pizza to anyone that spends ten minutes with me in an online live meeting. Steve Hall, you dude get a free pizza or pint of choice just for asking. Of course SH may prefer a pint at the most discreet bar with the hottest babes behind I bar ever, anywhere, but he must promise not to reveal its location in Gotham. As to the Hot Babe Pizza delivery George requested..Sorry George, I can only control the delivery in Gotham, but next time you visit NYC, George I can direct you to the best of the best in Gotham or have a pizza delivered to my office by a Drop Dead Gorgeous Babe just for giggles. If SH takes up my invite and brings his camera-all adrant's reader will see for themselves. "Lust is the strength that moves mountains." - Rumpledforeskin (1969-The Barb)

Posted by: arthur on August 30, 2006 12:10 PM

Arthur, so your telling me that the age old P.R attitude "I don't care what your say just get the name right," may have some truth to it? Now all you have to do is prove you have even a little tallent.

Posted by: roy on August 30, 2006 1:49 PM

no Roy. I'm saying you are as wrong as wrong can be, in a nice way. The facts speak for themselves Roy.;P What part of what I said didn't you get?

Posted by: arthur on August 30, 2006 3:55 PM

Arthur, I'm in:-)

Posted by: Steve Hall on August 30, 2006 4:24 PM

Arthur your reading abilities have sunk. I was giving you a little pat on the back, what part didn't you understand? Now that you have the clients do you have the ability to deliver or is this just grandstanding? Time will tell.

Posted by: roy on August 30, 2006 4:24 PM

Arthur your reading abilities have sunk. I was giving you a little pat on the back, what part didn't you understand? Now that you have the clients do you have the ability to deliver or is this just grandstanding? Time will tell.

Posted by: roy on August 30, 2006 4:25 PM

Steve
What the fuck is going on here.
And what the hell does all this have to do with my Churchillian post concerning the dickheads at agency.com. I'm confused. I must go and imbibe some more "writer fluid!"
In the meantime, would you post the picture of the girl with magnificent knockers again.
The dog ate my only copy.
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on August 30, 2006 4:30 PM

George, not a thing! Some things and people are just fun to take a shot at, especially if they are an easy target.

Posted by: roy on August 30, 2006 6:23 PM

Roy
Yeah, you're right. Hey, the sun is way past the yardarm somewhere in the British Empire. Time for some "Writer Fluid" Check out AdScam for my appreciation of Steve's AdRants.
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on August 30, 2006 6:27 PM

"Writer Fluid". Yeah we didn't laugh the first time, let alone the second.

Posted by: Matt M on August 31, 2006 12:01 PM







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