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As a freshman attending a university in a rural area, I listened to Paul Harvey* almost every day as the dorm cafeteria piped in the popular program. It was my first encounter with the show and his trademark "Good day." The Ram Truck commercial brought back strong memories. It is my personal favorite. (I now work and live in rural Kentucky, surrounded by farmers. I'm also a photographer who loves great photos.)
Kudos to Dodge and all of the Ram dealers out there. This was a home run.
One day I'd like to write, "On the eighth day, God made a franchisee."
Soledad O'Brien of CNN interviews actors Ernie Misko and Beverly Polcyn on not acting their age in the "Taco Bell" Super Bowl commercial.
GoDaddy isn't a franchising firm. But for all the Internet geeks out there, we know this ad hit a slobbering home run. Heck, forget the geeks. Here is a win for all mankind. Even we spectacled fishies appreciated this.
Jesse Heiman, actor in the GoDaddy.com Super Bowl ad, talks to CNN about how super model Bar Refaeli asked for more takes to get this scene just right.
In the third quarter, there are no lights in half the stadium. There was a sudden surge and then the electricity went out. The athletes ae stretching and trying to stay flexible and energized. Hmmm...
Blackout inspires jokes and conspiracy theories (CNN video stream)
Will you ever forget where you were when the Super Bowl lights went out?
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