Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Dispite What you Thought, Superbowl Commercials Are NOT About the Sale of Products to Consumers .............

Who knew? I always thought TV Commercials were all about selling shit to us Morons. Silly me. It seems that the Easily Offended and Those with an Agenda, see these Dumb Ass Commercials as indicators of much more.

Let's start with the Snickers Candy Bar commercial. Two Morons working on a car. One of them jams a Snickers Bar into his mouth as he works. The other dude locks onto the other end of the bar and as they eat it, they end up kissing. Get grossed out. And "Do something Manly" by pulling out their chest hair. Basically stupid and a bit weird. Yeah, I don't care to see 2 dudes kissing, even in a dumbass situation like that.
Having said that, one thing I didn't feel inspired to do was to perpetrate violence on the nearest Fag I could find.

















It seems that others got a different idea - "Snickers Superbowl Web site promotes violence against gays and lesbians. Bears & Colts players react in disgust, on camera, to gays. " Shit. Why wouldn't the Players react like that? They're men.

If anything about this promotes violence, it's the shrill, over the top squeals of these crybaby MoFo's. Someone needs their ass kicked. NOT because of the Gayness. Just because they're F*ckin' Crybabies.

Go ahead and read that shit. It's so Batshit Crazy, it's hilarious. Read the link to This Asshole too. The Human Rights Campaign response alone is worth the jump.

OK. Enough with the Gay Candy Bar Kerfluffle.

On to the one publication in America that continues to amaze. The New York Times. The Grey Lady once again takes Moonbatery and BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome) to new lows. They apparently, missed the whole "Promotion of violence towards Gays" angle of the Superbowl Commercials.
But damn if they didn't see the connection between - Super Bowl Ads of Cartoonish Violence, Perhaps Reflecting Toll of War.

"No commercial that appeared last night during Super Bowl XLI directly addressed Iraq, unlike a patriotic spot for Budweiser beer that ran during the game two years ago. But the ongoing war seemed to linger just below the surface of many of this year’s commercials.
More than a dozen spots celebrated violence in an exaggerated, cartoonlike vein that was intended to be humorous, but often came across as cruel or callous."


Mr Elliott, has more idiotic bloviation on the topic, but I've already read that crap once, so I don't care to quote more of his shit here. You should read this crap though. If for no other reason than to see the world through their filter of Bush hatred and "Everything is all America's Fault."

Ok, This shit was painfull to type. More later, maybe. Yes, the meds are working.

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