Wednesday, October 17, 2007

MTV tells us, "You're idiots. We're responsible."


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How self-irreverent of the "Music" Television station! But I think they should have pushed the idea further and made the right hand pics MTV "talent" like Kurt Loder, Vanessa Minnillo, "Puck," etc., because even non-MTV watching idiots know who Britney Spears is. Well, I guess this is as close to an apology as I'm going to get from them for all those wasted. late-night hours I spent watching Headbangers Ball and 120 Minutes. (full disclosure: I didn't know who Alexander Fleming was. Ads by Y&R Argentina. images via)
previously in music stars in ads:
1. 50's packin'. Nutrients.
2. Kravitz. ABSOLUT KRAP.
3. Iggy Pop for John Varvatos.
4. Taylor Hicks for Ford: a review.
5. Meet the 1-800-OK-CABLE shill band.
6. India.Arie: Pop Crap or Good Shit? Discuss.
7. Davy Jones' career has sunk to Davy Jones locker level.

5 Comments:

Blogger alice said...

Truth be told, Kurt Loder was a pretty good rock writer before MTV got their meathooks on him. "I, Tina", which he wrote with Tina Turner was amazing.

1:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can't wait for the ad with Paris Hilton on the right and the inventor of Valtrex on the left . . .

5:52 PM  
Blogger Jace said...

Kurt Loder is probably one of the very few good things to come from MTV (aside from the videos they USED to play)! Yeah, I was a HUGE 120 Minutes fan (had a major crush on Kevin Seal - remember him?) and now there is absolutely NOTHING on MTV that I can choke down, even when drunk as a skunk! MTV is, for all practical purposes, DEAD!!

10:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude, Sir Alexander Fleming's work has probably saved more people from dying than any other single person's work.

What *do* they teach you in school nowadays?

I have to admit I'd never seen his picture though.

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Moopants said...

You didn't know who Alexander Fleming was?

You must be American or have had an American education... ;)

12:09 PM  

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