Discussion in 'The RoundTable' started by martin, Aug 20, 2012.
Might wanna rewatch it there, hoss. Was no pulling.
i looked at it several times, did he hit the headset or his face?
He went oops upside the head I said oops upside his head. He bitch slapped him although it was muffled a bit.
lol, i havent heard that in a while.
What is the effect/benefit of using your children for advertisement? There are ton of car dealer ads on TV/Radio here that have their kids pimping out the dealership, politicians have their kids on saying "vote for my daddy". It drives me insane (even though I did vote for the dude) I wonder if there is a study on how this affects the consumer? Personally, I hate it. Can't wait to see martins response.
The innocence of a child and family bond as opposed to a greasy car salesman or politician. C'mon now. Do you really need a study for this one..
Of course not, it infuriates me, but there has to be a reason it is done so often. There is one that has these two boys, probably the grandkids, and they are always in the commercials. They are terrible and it is poorly produced but they are always there. If a study is not needed because so many feel the same way I do then why are they still being used?
Who did you vote for
James Lankford, however that isn't important. I didn't vote for him because he had has daughter in the ad saying "vote for my daddy". In fact, the next time I see him I will probably mention to him that I think it is in poor taste for him to use them that way.
**when he ran a few years ago I actually voted for the other rep in the race. This time the other candidate was a dem so he loses my vote by default**
Politicians are awful people, there is no doubt about that one. And we ar to blame for wanting them to be religious and to favor stupid shit. When we start electing intellectuals and policy wonks instead of assholes and religious freaks we won't have these problems
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