What kind of person can attain diplomatic immunity in EVERY situation? What kind of person is untouchable and slicker than oil? And no, I’m not referring to the dude responsible for Wikileaks.
People Who Get Away with Saying Anything:
- By using lines like, “It’s for SCIENCE!” or “By our approximation _______ should happen around such and such time.” they can get away with countless gaffes.
- They wouldn’t say it if it wasn’t true. They are trying to help you, so help them help you.
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At the height of the holiday season, it’s hard to remember any commercials other than the ones featuring the constant drone of public-domain Christmas carols. But 2010 was actually a pretty innovative year for the TV ad industry: commercials made superstars out of nobodies, revived careers, and introduced the world to the concept of edible cat litter. Here are thirteen of the most talked-about ads of 2010.
via The 13 Most Talked-About Commercials of 2010 – Yahoo! TV Blog.
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