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February 07, 2005

Super Bowl Thoughts

My thoughts on the Super Bowl:

1) I really didn't care who won.

2) Tom Brady's a cutie, but it's time for someone else to have the spotlight.

3) McCartney's halftime show was awesome! The lighting and effects were rockin'.

4) How much do you think Pepsi shelled out for their ad spots? I felt like every other commercial was for Pepsi.

5) I'm glad the game was pretty close. Made it more interesting.


Posted by Lawren at February 7, 2005 06:11 AM

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Beer commercials were head and shoulders above the rest this year, in my opinion, with the cream of the crop being the tribute to the soldiers returning home in the airport. Classy. LOVED the pilot jumping after the case of beer in the skydiving commercial too.

Other than that, I really liked the CareerBuilder.com monkeys, and the MC Hammer getting tossed back over the fence spot - can't eve remember which company - oops! The company that made the ads with the cat wrecking dinner plans and the guy "robbing" the convenience store were solid as well.

Says: Iceman at February 7, 2005 05:12 PM

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