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Some products just really don't need to be broken down to their component parts by representative humans hurling about to a booming score.
Sometimes in the search for massive production value, we forget how great simple really is...
Leigh Householder on August 09, 2007 in Medium: TV (ok, and radio), The Worst | Permalink
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As a Guinness drinker I am not the target audience so you may pay my thoughts little heed but here goes: creative, memorable and outstanding ad. In fact, it should be called an add because it will increase the customer base. PS: I own the "add" idea.
Gregor Mendel-Woods |
January 16, 2008 at 08:24 PM
I think this spot is awesome.
October 31, 2007 at 01:11 PM
Amazing video Thanks
August 28, 2007 at 10:17 AM
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