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Sometimes I hate TV adverts

Posted 12 June 2009, 11:13 PM

I have to warn, whilst I might be physically quite young, I am a grumpy old man when it comes to Television advertising. Call me a contradiction, but this company CEO is a bit of a socialist and holds some ideals about social justice and honesty, and a lot of advertising offends my sensibilities.

Case in point, a male perfume advert I just saw on TV. It was a simple rousing voice-over to a series of emotion stirring abstract aspiration sequences. It went as…

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