TBWA's Chuck McBride 'Murders' Co-Workers, Leaves Agency

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Oh this is beyond good. This is genius. If we could all leave our jobs this way, a career in advertising would be a very satisfying experience. Imagine getting back at all your idiotic asshole co-workers you had to deal with during your stay at the agency. Imagine pulling a knife on that fat ass, know-it-all account director that made you do all his work. Imagine cutting the nads of that smarmy jerk in accounting who couldn't keep his eyes off your breasts. Of course, they are huge and bulging out of your cleavage-enhancing tops all the time but that's besides the point. Imagine TBWA\CHIAT\DAY Executive Creative Director Chuck McBride murdering all the employees in the San Francisco before he leaves to start his own agency. Imagine...oh wait...it's just a spoof YouTube video. Everything's going to be OK.

by Steve Hall    Jan-24-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Good, Spoofs, Strange, Video   

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Sounds good, but where is it?

Posted by: FishNChimps on January 24, 2007 10:30 AM

What the hell's happened to YouTube? I click on the link and now am asked to verify that I'm 18 by "logging in" or "signing up." No YouTube video is worth that much trouble. Sheesh.

Posted by: daveednyc on January 24, 2007 2:39 PM

That's wicked. Whatever happened to all these great things like this. Come on - you read "From the folks who brought you pearl harbour" or whatever it was and you get all these great stories of how things "used to be". What happened to all the creative fun in advertising culture? The amusing insanity? That was great.

Posted by: Sean on January 24, 2007 7:34 PM

Loved it.

Posted by: adman on January 26, 2007 7:38 PM

Awards are dangerous? I bet they are. Especially those that kill creativity. And I think that most of them are similar in nature to Oscar's - overhyped celebration of well executed mediocrity. The clip is brilliant.

Posted by: xgeronimo on January 27, 2007 6:42 AM







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