Thursday, May 13, 2010

Lunchtime fun: Possibly the best local commercial evah! 

If I were going to buy a mobile home, I'd buy it from this dude.


By Blogger Kurt, at Thu May 13, 02:40:00 PM:

That is amusing, indeed. I just visited the website where it came from, though, and there I discovered this one, which is funny, but also incredibly creepy.  

By Blogger joated, at Thu May 13, 05:58:00 PM:

The man tells it like it is!  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu May 13, 07:21:00 PM:

Actually it looks a lot like a promo for a cable show. If they can make a hit out of Antiques Roadshow by moving it to Vegas and replacing Mark Walberg with a bunch of fat, tatooed pawnbrokers, there's no reason they can't make a hit out of This Old House by moving it to an Alabama used mobile home dealership.  

By Anonymous Jim - PRS, at Thu May 13, 08:04:00 PM:

Way cooler than the Slap-Chop Guy and the State Quarters Guy.  

By Blogger Bomber Girl, at Thu May 13, 08:07:00 PM:

I wish more of our politicians would run such ads. About themselves, not others, to be clear.  

By Anonymous Mad as Hell, at Thu May 13, 08:38:00 PM:

Second the comments above. These folks are made for reality TV. The chick is HOT. Grandma looks like a hoot ... and those silly sidekicks ... the trouble they get into.  

By Anonymous Mr. Ed, at Thu May 13, 10:58:00 PM:

Been a while getting here, but the new fashion is authenticity. Try and keep those two forms of energy confined in the same cranium without mutual annihilation.

Authenticity seems to be a real virtue.

Until it is understood as a route to power and riches.
At this moment I think that the democratization of journalism may help the truth to emerge from fakery. Interesting how the check on power the founding fathers hoped that a free press would have, has been abdicated by the formal press to the informal press.


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