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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 10:51 am 
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The people from 1-800-GOT-JUNK are very polite. Lots of "Ma'am" and "Sir."

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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 2:33 pm 
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There is a new Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating commercial voiced by the third generation of Seattle Suttons, whatever that means.

"..so if you'd like to lose weight, or heart disease, or diabetes..."

Um...sure, no, thank you, and I'll pass.


A friend of mine had a medical condition where he started getting this food. He gave me a couple dinner trays to try it out.

First thing is you can't microwave the trays which makes it a pain.

But, I never knew food could be this bland. It literally didn't taste like anything. I felt bad for the guy having to eat this stuff exclusively. Horrible, awful stuff.


I used to cook for Seattle Sutton. They literally use ZERO seasoning in their food. It's all legit, quality ingredients, but it has no taste. Lots of filler too. We went through a shit ton of soy powder, granules, whatever the fuck it was.

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 4:00 pm 
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They made a new male outta me! Pffffeeel like I'm 25 agin.

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 4:11 pm 
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I used to cook for Seattle Sutton. They literally use ZERO seasoning in their food. It's all legit, quality ingredients, but it has no taste. Lots of filler too. We went through a shit ton of soy powder, granules, whatever the fuck it was.


Speaking of Seattle Sutton, did you hear Jeff Garlin on with Pat and Ron the other day? It was funny as hell, though Pat seemed to get a bit uncomfortable...Garlin was going on about the Acapulco Taco Pie and I think he even asked Pat if he had dated Seattle Sutton.

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 4:15 pm 
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A reference to the Acapulco Taco Pie! You can't say Garlin's not a true fan.

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Why is Marvin Lewis in that Xfinity commercial with the black kid singing and dancing for his grandma via a smart phone through the TV?


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A new round of seasonal, syrupy, Tim Allen-droned Michigan tourism commercials :roll:


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The CBS local spots they run on the stream are killing me lately. They play sounds in it that are my pc mail in inbox sound. :evil:

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How much do I hate the "New Male medical clinic" commercials? I hope that fucking clinic catches on fire on 'bring your child to work day' and everyone dies.

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We were thinking.....a pitcher who paints corners is known as a Rembrandt.

Maybe in the Hawk Nehru jacket days.

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You know who was the best I ever saw at painting the corners? Bobby Shantz. He could locate that overhand curveball- we used to call it a nickel curve- he could locate it wherever he wanted in any count. I never faced him in the regular season. He was already in the National League when I was coming up. But I faced him in spring training in 1963 or 64 at old Al Lang Field. He threw me three curveballs on the inside corner and froze me three times. I grabbed some bench. Bobby came up in the Kansas City A's organization just like I did.

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How much do I hate the "New Male medical clinic" commercials? I hope that fucking clinic catches on fire on 'bring your child to work day' and everyone dies.


+1,000,000

A few more thoughts. FUCK YOU Pingo! O-O-O Oh shoot me! Why does the stream insist on playing 6 straight minutes of CBS local ads? Why does the JULIE commercial have such a funerial tone? You might lose your.....GASP! cable! Finally the commercials for CBS shows make me wanna go Elvis on my TV premptively. "Tony Dinozo, friend of the ladies." "My mind is better than EVERYYYYYYBODIES!!!!!"

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I think even my COFFEE MAKER is online!

Makes me want to punch a baby.

It's pronounced Care-Ah-Bee-Ann.

Bitch I will hit you in the face with a ball peen hammer.

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I think even my COFFEE MAKER is online!

Makes me want to punch a baby.



Same with when the guy jumps in with "We can do that!"

Have you seen the guy who does the voice for the Comcast radio spots ("built for business") is now doing TV commercials for them as well?

I get the feeling Comcast will not stop inundating us with commercials until every single U.S. citizen is a customer.

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We've talked about guys with punchable faces, but the guy doing Jewel spots has a punchable voice. COME AN GET IT AT JOOOL OSCO!

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The "Listen Up America" life insurance ad on the Jim Rome stream.
They guy repeats their toll free # 4 times at the end of the ad.
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The hipster douchebag shilling McDonald's "sirloin" burgers is making me wanna go there even less than usual.

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Dallas Winston wrote:
The hipster douchebag shilling McDonald's "sirloin" burgers is making me wanna go there even less than usual.

And Douchebag is not even here to defend himself. :(

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probably a word to the wise in the KFC ad department. don't associate "finger lickin' good" with a 60 year old pedophile lookin' duu...ggar.

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The little guy in the Firehouse Subs commercial looks like a cross between JoBo and Madame from Wayland Flowers and Madame.

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Mom, where's my earbuds?!?!?!?

I don't even know what the fuck it's for. I hope someone sticks razorblades in your ears. It's painfully obvious that's an adult doing a child's voice.

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and this

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Tad Queasy wrote:
The little guy in the Firehouse Subs commercial looks like a cross between JoBo and Madame from Wayland Flowers and Madame.


Those subs look pretty gross too, if we're talking about the same ad.
The one where the one guys says something like "at least I still need a barber..."
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probably a word to the wise in the KFC ad department. don't associate "finger lickin' good" with a 60 year old pedophile lookin' duu...ggar.

These KFC Darrell Hammond as Colonel Sanders commercials are the dumbest and creepy pieces of junk I have seen in a while. Make them stop. :shock:

What idiot thought this was a good idea at KFC Corporate?!?

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How do we feel about the First American commercials? I sort of like Dickie and his ambiguously Balto-Slavo-Jewish grandma, but they changed the actress in the new one, the one about "selling pot."


I love, LOVE, those commercials.

IIRC the guy who plays Dickie was doing similar, deadpan-style commercials for Weil Olds in Libertyville in the late 70s early 80s.


Oh holy shit that's Dick Orkin! A Chicago radio legend!

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How do we feel about the First American commercials? I sort of like Dickie and his ambiguously Balto-Slavo-Jewish grandma, but they changed the actress in the new one, the one about "selling pot."


I love, LOVE, those commercials.

IIRC the guy who plays Dickie was doing similar, deadpan-style commercials for Weil Olds in Libertyville in the late 70s early 80s.


Oh holy shit that's Dick Orkin! A Chicago radio legend!


Yeah, he's great.

I just heard a commercial for Uber that said "No more 9 to 5, no more commute."

No more commute? Your entire goddamn job is commuting.

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I work-a less hours, and I make-a more money.

Anyway, I ended up going to see Dick Orkin at the MBC yesterday. Naturally, I cared much more about his advice for writing radio copy than reminiscing about Chickenman, which was unlike most of the people in the room. I was going to ask some questions about copywriting, but then he ended the Q&A presumably after one too many "do you remember the Chickenman when..." questions. Still, it was very informative and funny, though it had a note of melancholy as he walked with a cane, struggled to remember a few esoteric details, and referred to being "maybe in the afternoon of [his] life, or maybe about 11:30," so I'm glad I got to get some wisdom from the man. Lots of stuff about Jungian psych and the universality of specificity and all that good stuff. I don't really write for radio as much as I used to, but I hope I can still apply some of it.

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Tad Queasy wrote:
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How do we feel about the First American commercials? I sort of like Dickie and his ambiguously Balto-Slavo-Jewish grandma, but they changed the actress in the new one, the one about "selling pot."


I love, LOVE, those commercials.

IIRC the guy who plays Dickie was doing similar, deadpan-style commercials for Weil Olds in Libertyville in the late 70s early 80s.

Agreed. Those are great ads. It took me a while to determine whether it was "Grandma" or "Gremma" tho.

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New contender for the weirdest endorser/product pairing: Jeff Joniak for helping you divest yourself of a timeshare.

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New contender for the weirdest endorser/product pairing: Jeff Joniak for helping you divest yourself of a timeshare.


Does he sneak up behind you and yell "FADE. TO. BLACK." when you find out you've been bilked of the majority of your savings?

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