Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Classic Ad Homage Of The Day: Mean Joe

From Adweek.


Grey remakes
Coke's Classic Super Bowl Ad for P&G's Downy

"Procter & Gamble won’t be advertising in the Super Bowl this year, but the event has inspired an homage to a classic big game ad.

Grey’s 'Stinky' for P&G’s Downy Unstopables remakes the 'Mean Joe Greene' Coca-Cola spot that aired during Super Bowl XIV in 1980.

The player remains the same—retired Pittsburgh Steelers star Greene—but the 'kid' is now played by comic actress Amy Sedaris. And rather than air during Sunday’s game, the ad will run during NBC’s pregame show.

Greene, who had declined past opportunities to reprise his role, initially hesitated at participating. But after reading the script (and sensing the reverence of the new version), the gridiron legend signed on.

In a statement, the now 65-year-old Greene said that he 'loved the idea of allowing fans to relive such a classic Super Bowl television moment in a completely new and humorous way.'"

(Full article on Adweek)


Here's the original vid. I always wished Joe had thrown the bottle at him instead. "Hey kid, you forgot your trash."



Here's the new one.



News Of The Day: Colbert's Donors

Sadly, there were no donations from Hugh Drack, Herb Eaverstinx, Dixon Sider or Don Keedix.



Donors To Stephen Colbert Super PAC Include Frumunda Mabalz and Ibin Yerkinoff, Records Show

January 31, 2012--In announcing that his super PAC has raised more than $1 million, Stephen Colbert today filed a report with the Federal Election Commission identifying his donors and the amount of money they gave to “Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow.”

A careful analysis of the FEC report reveals that several Colbert supporters may actually be funneling money to the comedian via aliases. Such as:

Harry Ballsagna, of Gladstone, Oregon, donated $1 on December 17.

Frumunda Mabalz, of Fitchburg, Wisconsin, donated $1 on August 9.

Pat Magroin, of Lakeside, California, made two donations totaling $25.

Ibin Yerkinoff, of Levittown, Pennsylvania, donated $10 on August 19.

Apparently, Heywood Jablome and Phil McCracken are already committeed to the American Crossroads effort.

Mash-Up Of The Day: Don't Hold Back

Can you dig it?


Awesomest Hair Salon Names Of The Day

And you thought "Shear Beauty" was bad.


Where it's every stylist for himself


Does that cost extra?








How long will this take?


Huh? As in, fried?


A classic


Now I'm going to apply some warm lemon conditioner


For men. By men.




For the balding-old-man-in-a-beanie look




Huh?


Oooh girl, who did that to your hair?


Come get whacked!




Where hair goes to die.


Ugh




And one awesome name



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