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If you are of a certain age, you will remember the catchphrase, “I can't believe I ate that whole thing” (often repeated with a “the” instead of a “that”).
The ad, a '70s classic for Alka-Seltzer by Howie Cohen and Bob Pasqualina, starred comic actor Milt Moss, whose performance helped make it one of TV's all-time most memorable pitches.
You won't believe it, but Milt Moss was recently still alive. Sadly, he has died at 93. He was truly born to plop-plop, fizz-fizz.
Related: In February of this year, Prince spaghetti ad mama Mary Fiumara also passed away, she at 88.
(Images by Adam Moco/Tryst Pic)
Check out this (Work Unfriendly) series of images of nude men with an emphasis on reality, diversity.
A useful, cheap, stylish gift that also helps with HIV/AIDS awareness.
Anthony Scaramucci is full of shit — Elton John is not playing Trump's inauguration.
PROSTITUTING THE PRESIDENCY: Trump hawking $149 MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN ornament.
AppNexus, Inc., drops Breitbart as hate speech.
Amazing exhibit of coded cultural art & props used on ... Melrose Place?!
(Image by Kenneth Walsh)
Bernie's worst-case scenario for Trump Times is sobering. He also has some positive advice.
Trump brays that he woulda won the popular vote, but didn't need to.
The conflict-of-interest-laden Trumps are already prostituting—sorry, nude-modeling—the presidency:
Heather Graham wants “a president that didn't sexually harass any women, y'know?”
Trump's final campaign spot is dark, foreboding, hints at global conspiracy, dog-whistles anti-Semitism.
Married gay Trump supporters were among those who beat up a protester in Reno falsely accused of being armed.
Tom Daley squirms in a micro-Speedo.
Disgraced ex-Republican Rep. Aaron Schock spotted in the happiest gayest place on earth: WeHo.
VIDEO: Pietro Boselli demos how to remove a shirt.
Hillary Clinton, like a lot of gay men, hasn't given up on collecting the interest of as many daddies as she can.
In a Sunday-night ad blitz set to infiltrate football, Hillary's targeting actual fathers with a pair of note-perfect ads that might actually help narrow the gender gap among her voters ...
Hillary Clinton's GOTV ad is a winner. Just like Hillary Clinton will be Tuesday evening. Don't cheer, VOTE!