Friday, May 27, 2011

Israeli-Palestinian conflict as plain as the yarmulke on his head.

(click ad, via) Millward Brown is a worldwide marketing research company based in New York City. They're big on charts. Really big. This ad was produced for their Brazilian office by Y&R, Brazil. Not sure where all it's running; probably not in Israel. From the agency press note:
"Any theme, even the toughest to deal with or to understand, can be translated and explained through a graph. This is the concept that drives the new campaign created for the Millward Brown Brazil ad hoc research institute."
President Obama could've used a big blow up of this ad for his State Department speech last week.
Previously: Israeli cell phone company solves West Bank crisis with a soccer ball.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

what is that, a modified mullet? a beavertail?


9:09 AM  
Blogger YMedad said...

the Arab-Israel conflict map is based on misinformation (okay, actually false Arab propaganda) and completely mistreats the issue of who owned land, how much and how and how the land was lost or gained.

Go here.

10:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

who cares about the facts - what about that hair cut???


10:52 AM  
Anonymous morning cigar said...

really, let's focus on the hair here people, did the mohel miss or something? Oy.

12:11 PM  
Blogger Beetlecat said...

I think they're leaving the Ottomans out of the picture... or the Romans. By right that land should belong now to Italy.... Or the Israelite-- oops. ;D

1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

> I think they're leaving the

and that has to do with the hair because???


1:22 PM  

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