Tuesday, January 30, 2007

"famous dutch shrinks" returns zero Google matches.


(thanks to Bill Green at MTLB for the scan)
previously in Ketel One ads
:
1. My correspondence with Ketel One continues...
2. You don't have a mouth Ketel One phone kiosk...
3. Got it yet? Take your time...
4. An unsigned letter from a distillery in Holland...

7 Comments:

Blogger New York Punk said...

Oh man...maybe they created this whole campaign to piss off the world.

2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry, for being off topic, Copyranter, but this needs to be said....

Why-oh-why is the Today show and Good Morning America along with just about every news source in America applauding Nationwide Insurance for hiring professional twatwaffle Kevin Federline?

And, yes, no self-respecting, fast food manager would ever want to be compared to K-Fed, but the real scandal isn't that Nationwide is making fun of fast food workers.

It's that they aren't paying claims to Katrina Victims.

Why isn't anyone talking about this? Or blogging or reporting on it?

Why doesn't Nationwide take their fucking multimillion dollar ad budget and help to rebuild the Gulf coast?

Why, because they wrote their converge with greasy "wiggle room." They are not on your side. Life can come at you fast and you better sure as hell hope you read the fine print. Ask the good folks in Pascagoula, Mississippi.

Link it out!
http://money.cnn.com/2005/10/05/news/economy/katrina_lawsuit/index.htm
http://www.ago.state.ms.us/pressrel.php
http://www.ago.state.ms.us/pressreleases/calltoinsurance.pdf
http://www.nationwidekatrinaclaims.com/
http://dailygotham.com/story/cyrus_dugger/nationwide_insurance_is_on_your_side_unless_you_are_a_katrina_victim

2:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of having the taste of urine in my mouth, this just in from Adweek:

//General Motors will shift its Saturn brand to Interpublic Group's Deutsch/LA from Omnicom Group's Goodby, Silverstein & Partners without a review, according to sources. The move could come as soon as this afternoon. GM spent $190 million advertising Saturn through the first 11 months of last year after spending $215 million in 2005. Goodby in San Francisco added the account in 2002.//

2:48 PM  
Anonymous ricpic said...

Pull up your socks (even if they're still wet) alleged Katrina victims. You black homies and white trashies weren't going to amount to a hill a' beans in any case. The Katrina excuse is getting way lame. Basta!

5:17 PM  
Blogger Ill-Suit said...

I hope this ad campaign, and ergo your correspondence with it, never ever ever ends. Ever.

5:22 PM  
Anonymous AskACopywriter said...

I could down a liter of these posts.

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Strange... my glass seems to be half full.

9:35 PM  

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