The Peloton Ad: My Take

If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. – Wayne Dyer By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about the “controversial” Peloton ad which a bunch of strangers using the soapbox that is Twitter have labeled “sexist.” In case you haven’t, here it is (for as long as they … Continue reading The Peloton Ad: My Take

Blogging 365, Day 38: Nobody Likes Papa’s Snoring During Novelas

So the other day I wrote a post about that damned AT&T U-verse commercial about that girl complaining about her difficulty to hear her novelas over Papa’s snoring. And it turns out that I’m not the only one annoyed with that commercial. Just check out my recent search hits. Most of my top hits have … Continue reading Blogging 365, Day 38: Nobody Likes Papa’s Snoring During Novelas

Blogging 365, Day 35: Novelas and Papa’s Snoring

What you are looking at is a screengrab from what could quite possibly be the most poorly written and acted commercial in the history of mankind. The commercial is for AT&T’s U-Verse TV service which offers the unique feature of being portable through the incorporation of a wireless receiver. In this commercial, a group of … Continue reading Blogging 365, Day 35: Novelas and Papa’s Snoring

This Is Disturbing

The picture you see above is from a Just For Men commercial in which a baby is depicted with a goatee, but not just any goatee. Since JFM is a product aimed at men who have graying hair (myself included), it’s assumed that the kid not only had a goatee at such an early age … Continue reading This Is Disturbing

From the Archives, Part Deux

Today's entry is a multimedia extravaganza! I got an e-mail last night from reader Jon--yes, I actually have readers--who had left a comment on this entry from 2005 regarding the availability of an MP3 file I had posted. The file in question was a commercial parody for New York Telephone, a profanity-laden spoof that I had … Continue reading From the Archives, Part Deux