5 Super Bowl ads that blew it
The NFL's championship game is anticipated as much for the edgy commercials that air during the broadcast as for the game itself, creating a high-risk, high-reward scenario for advertisers.
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the superbowl sucks now! i hate the 4 hours of pre game crap and the stupid commercials and half time horrible poop star crap! just put
the game on in the afternoon let them play and stop all the other crap!
You could volunteer at a soup kitchen before the game.
There are generations now who don't even understand the origin of that phrase. The dial that you had to turn to click from one channel to the next.
LOL I'm old.
My personal opinion of the Super Bowl? Right now I don't even know who's playing. I set it to record and watch the commercials and fast forward through the game. I haven't bought a ticket to a professional game since the strikes. Professional athletes are grossly overpaid and all the fools that buy apparel and $10.00 beers are to blame. I love sports and support local High School and College teams, not the egomaniacs in the pros.
How about the Tim Tebow fundie commercial a few years back with his mother? Propaganda does not need to be aired during the superbowl.
the holiday inn ad was funny as hell. people were too sensitive in the 90's.
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