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I haven't seen that version of the commercial up here.

Using the deceased to advertise is lower than low. I don't care if the estate approves it or not, it's crass.

And how do you like having a snazzy jingle stuck in your head when you see that swath of flooding and destruction.


Oh my gosh - I've not seen that one. That's disgusting!


Hmmmm. I'm not at all sure what I think of that. It was an odd combination of general 60s nostalgia (if it's possible to be nostalgic about Vietnam)and modern day disaster, but I have to say that anything that shows pictures of NOLA under water backed by the words, "this is our country," does send a message that needs sayin'.

Re: Rosa Parks, when I was growing up in the 60s in Atlanta, my mama was an advertising executive. I was raised by a full time Mammy, Thelma. Thelma, my little sister and I took the bus everywhere. When the bus driver would tell her she could sit in the front of the bus 'cause she was toting two little white girls, she, being a civil rights activist in disguise, would simply smile and say, "No, thanks," and take us back to sit in the back of the bus with her.


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