Great spot. Great homage. Great production. And gee whiz, did I get a -- wait for it -- product benefit in there? I think I did. Thanks to Mumaw for pointing it out.
Does this rock or what? Wish it was a little clearer when it gets embiggened, but hey, I know the story. (So do you.)
Great spot. Great idea to release the "unseen footage." Relieved and happy that they never gave into the temptation to actually levitate anything in the final cut. I like the reverse of Mom and Dad, too.
This track is created with vocal syllables, musical chords and sound effects recorded from the 1937 Disney classic Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs. A lot more cool stuff here.
So long Ed. Here's hoping you and Carson are doing a show up there tonight.
Check out this totally benign product web page for Avery High Visibility Labels.
Cheeky monkeys, er, should I say, Cheeky Space Monkeys. Clearly, whomever worked on this is part of Project Mayhem. And even though Tyler says, "You're not your job. You're not how much money you have in the bank. You're not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You're not your fucking khakis. You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world." -- Man, at least we got some high visibility labels! Thanks to Jacob for the tip.
Something very new and funny from our good friend Russell Bates.
Record a comment from your computer right now. Be pithy.