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February 18, 2006

AC #33 Now Available

The Book Edition.

The second show of our second season. When does the pledge drive begin? This longer than usual show begins with a discussion of some Super Bowl fallout (Courtesy AdPulp and The Onion). We then discuss Tug's raging case of Olympic Fever (6:52). Then we hit the books. We start with the seemingly innocent Curious George (12:56). Then we get all geeked out over Jim Henson's It's Not Easy Being Green (19:12). We wrap it up with a discussion of Joseph Jaffe's great book, Life After the 30 Second Spot. Then, for no particular reason, Tug finishes us up with a deep Simpson's reference.

Listen to it now!

(Note: As of Sunday night, the podcast has an incorrect date and this causes it not to appear as new. It also probably means that the show won't download automatically. This will be corrected Monday morning, but until then we wanted you to know. You can still find it on iTunes. Just look for #33)

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Great show guys. One of your best. I laughed, I cried, I shit my pants.

Seriously, I loved it. Great book reviews, too. JJ, I took Joseph up on his deal, too. I've a big fan of his and his philosophy. In fact, I like to say in the new marketing bible, Cluetrain is the Old Testament, Life After the 30-Second Spot is the New Testament, and Steve Rubel is Jesus Christ.

Keep up the good work.

Risley, that's quite an analogy you've come up with. Maybe it explains why I've been feeling a little like Job lately.

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