Anyway, the only time it got completely quiet in the garage was when this Dodge commercial came on
Considering the fact that the average monthly sales in 2011 were 640 Volts and only 603 Volts were sold in January, if the boost in sales in February aren’t significantly higher, then they are just continuing to throw our money away. Viewers of this ad should also know that all Chevy Volts are not subject [...]
Why do I get the feeling, though, that if the Super Bowl were on NBC, and a company called JesusHatesGeorgeBush.com wanted to buy ad time, that there wouldn’t have been any problems with it…
Probably my favorite commercial from last night’s Super Bowl was local boy Jack Ingram’s H.E.B. commercial (my wife went to high school with Jack, so we’re a little biased).
o you have big plans for the day? Heading out to a bar to watch the game? Hosting a party? Going to someone else’s house? Who are you rooting for? Or do you even car
Most of the Super Bowl commercials were mostly forgettable, too. Only FedEx’s Stick ad really stood out. And I thought it was only mediocre until the caveman came out and kicked the baby dinosaur.
The fall-out over last yearâ€™s sexually-fueled, pre-game and half-time shows was readily apparent during the much-anticipated Super Bowl commercials.
This year I stayed home and watched the Super Bowl with my wife (who watched the second and third quarters only before she had to go upstairs and watch Desperate Housewives and our mostly-disinterested pets.