Sunday, March 17, 2013

top 5 BuzzFeed posts of the week.

• More very awkward stock photos.
• 10 smart copywriting tips from the homeless.
• 10 more billboards greatly improved by graffiti.
• More of the best/worst local business taglines.
• And: the smartest strip club sign ever.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You removed my Ford comments? Nice. I guess my only consolation is that I wasn't the only one who thought your piece about those fakes ads was sensationalist crap. There's no fool like an old fool.

10:44 AM  
Blogger copyranter said...

I didn't remove the comments, you clueless coward, BuzzFeed's Community Admin did.

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It makes sense. He must have removed them because of your replies. By the way, what does it take to become a community admin on that shitty site? I'd like to become one so that I can edit not only your replies but also commentaries.

9:54 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

They're hiring.

I'd love to meet you, see how uppity you are, face-to-face, facing a lifelong hockey player...

Here ya go:

5:31 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Oh, and about those Ford ads, if you still think Ford knew nothing about them, you're more of an idiot than I thought:

7:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where does that new article say that Ford knew about the ads?? It only says that JWT knew about the ads! In my original comment on your new shitty blog, I wrote that a real ad is an ad that's been approved and USED by the client. Show me one damn publication where one of these ads ran, you old geezer. I don't give a shit if the ads have been submitted to a bunch of sites or some award show. So you are the idiot here, and if you need proof, go read the comments people leave you on BuzzKill. Where are your old buddies (lemmings) defending you? All gone.

3:16 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Well, you're 1965 definition of a "real" ad is nice.
I guarantee you Ford knew about these fully finished and illustrated ads. You don't submit ads to the country's "biggest" awards show for your biggest client without getting their approval. Explain that to me, genius.

This is the end of this discussion, unless, like I said, you want to continue it in person.

No more comments from you will be read by me.

By the way, because you signed up for BF, I have your IP address, if I need it.

7:38 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Eat Crow:

This from the article:
"The work appeared to be properly entered, with proof that it had run and a client approval letter from Ford's CMO in India."

8:02 AM  

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