165 posts categorized "ADVERTISING"
Salon: The, er, debate over Hillary's health is nothing but birtherism all over again.
(Image by Jen Sorensen)
Daily Kos: Hillary can't do anything without being analyzed to death. Not actual death! She's healthy! She's healthy!
A jockstrapped tight end for the ages.
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz pledges $20M to defeat Trump.
Truly, utterly unbelievable, indefensible TV ad mocks 9/11 to sell mattresses.
Male soap star flashes his can. (Work Unfriendly)
Katy Perry tearfully meets Pulse gay nightclub shooting survivor on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, after the jump ...
Modus Vivendi unveils its Rainbow Line, with images by Kevin Stack of Randy, Jose Alejandro and Hector. Assistant/styling: Marlon Solomon. Location: Cuba.
From a press release:
INTERGENERATIONAL: Bruce Weber brings shameless homo-eroticism to a millennials.
TAYLOR KINNEY IS SINGLE, SO ... HI:
WHAT THE QUERELLE?: His G(enet)-string is patriotic.
FINGER-LICKIN' GOOD: Bryan Hawn has released another collection of “juicy” butt clips.
HOTTEST OLYMPIANS: Water polo team? Check!
WHAT U DOIN'?:
VINTAGE TONY CURTIS AS VINTAGE HUGH JACKMAN:
UNDER FIRE: Bradley Cooper's cute when he's confused.
AND HE'S ALL BOTTOM: The, uh, one on the right.
Chris Conroy gets kinky and naked (Work Unfriendly) on Mr. Robot. Even Roger Ailes would look twice.
Melania's stolen speech was not some random accident—it was outrageous incompetence and theft.
Norovirus outbreak second worst thing to happen recently to GOP-convention hotel.
The UK's Max Whitlock is very, very bendy.
If Autotune puts out an album, it will use (newly single) Lady Gaga to help it sound better. And this was spontaneous:
Hillary's latest ad is a remake of one of the most famous political ads in history, “Confessions of a Republican.” Even more cleverly, the man in the spot is the same guy from the original.
Some detractors on Twitter are pointing out that Hillary was a Goldwater girl, which waters down the ad's effectiveness. She was a fucking teenager. She's been a progressive Democrat for 50 years. This line of attack—Dr. Jill Stein has jumped on that same bandwagon—is so juvenile and is much more reflective of cognitive dissonance than is Hillary's crafty remaking of this ad.
Keep reading to see the original ad and the remake ...