But the reach was backhanded. Religious tolerance has increased dramatically over the last few decades, at least in the United States. But one group remains behind the pack:
See what happens when you make bad decisions — namely, choosing the Other Guys subpar cable services. When you get bored, you start staring out windows.
When you start staring out windows, you see things you shouldn't see. When you see things you shouldn't see, you need to vanish. When you need to vanish, you fake your own death. When you fake your own death, you dye your eyebrows.
And when you dye your eyebrows, you attend your own funeral as a guy named Phil Shifley. Don't attend your own funeral as a guy named Phil Shifley. Get rid of cable, and upgrade to DirecTV. The spot featured Mike O'Malley holding a small puppy, saying that since cable cost less than satellite, the money could be used to buy things like dog food, and that puppies love dog food, so that the simple conclusion must be that satellite hates puppies.
Cablevision has played it straight many times, with ads promising better picture because the pixels on your TV will be happier on Cablevision, or that Verizon is a phone company, and therefore too busy to provide you with internet service ironic, considering Cablevisions primary job is to provide you with TV, not Internet.
Some of their commercials from a few years ago were mistaken for parodies. Toshiba used a similar argument in one commercial to tout their shock-proof hard drives, because if a power station tech drops his laptop and breaks the hard disk, then it causes a glitch and the power will go out.
If that happens, then your milk will spoil. If that happens, you'll drink the spoiled milk and turn into a zombie, then bite your roommate, who will then bite others until zombies roam the land.
It's ostensibly played for comedy, but the ad offers up a bit of Fridge Horror when you notice that the guy following this loony-bin train of logic is the president of the company.
Toast always lands buttered-side down. Cats always land on their feet. So, what happens when you tape toast, buttered-side up, on a cat's back? In Latin America, during the edition of The World CupDirecTV advertised the then-upcoming football league seasons by telling the viewer about what would supposedly happen if they missed them a sequence of very improbable events leading to a bad situation.
One commercial's logic procedure goes from the viewer missing an important match to waking up in a dried ditch in the street. Another's goes from missing a match to flooding the house.
Haruhi Suzumiya does this at times. Then again, she is something of a Cloudcuckoolanderbut it's most likely that she doesn't mean it seriously. The prologue of the 4th novel had this nice dialogue: Crab is a no-no.
I can't take it. Picking the flesh out of the shell drives me nuts. Why can't crabs make their shells edible? How come they didn't do anything about that during the course of evolution, might I ask?
They don't undergo natural selection in the depths of the sea just for the sake of your stomach! Haruhi's take on that classic storytelling element, The Climax:Apr 19, · In response to Ricky Gervais’ controversial “Holiday Message” last week, one well-known Christian author and apologist followed up with what he’s best known for – the facts.
Presenting his case for Christ, former atheist Lee Strobel described how the evidence of Easter killed his faith in atheism in his essay published in The Wall Occupation: Christian Post Reporter. Apr 14, · British comic Ricky Gervais is an atheist, but he still thinks he may be a better Christian than many Christians.
In an essay, the creator of "The Office" offers a test that he says will prove his. Ricky Gervais: Why I’m an Atheist. Really, isn’t that headline all you need to know to keep on reading?
but an essay he penned for the Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy blog. The topic of his essay was how he came to be an atheist. The whole piece is here.
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