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The Roots Manosophy Machine

Roots Manosophy Machine

Do you need help? Are you dumbfounded when making that critical decision? Uncomfortable at being forced to make a choice? Well no longer put life's stressful questions and consequences to one side. Roots Manosophy is here to help us through those moments in life, when our family, friends nor teachers have the answers and all we're left with is a solitary dribble moistening on our chins. The founding father of the Manosophy, Mr Roots Manuva, a usually misanthropic individual gives you a unique look into his psychic powers that allow him to provide universal answers to uplift and guide the soul to a spiritual plain of harmonious enlightenment. The Roots Manosophy will provide colossal insight in its own unique and all encompassing way.

As well as discovering the wisdom of Mr Roots Manuva, you can also join the movement and see what happens when the Roots Manosophy is put into action. Have a listen to his forthcoming single 'Too Cold' and watch him in action on a day like any other, in the video. Enter a fantabulous competition to win an evening out to see Roots Manuva, the man cited with the creation of the Roots Manosophy. Don't be scared, come in out of the cold and be disarmed by your newest and favourite Manosophy.

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Dunlop versus Mercedes

What the butterfly never learned is that the fastest way between point A and point B is in a straight line.
Seems that creatives have learned how to illustrate with that line between point A and point B. Here are two campaigns that rely on the same execution and idea, as the execution is the idea. One campaign is for tyres , the other for luxury cars.

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Paris Sidekick hacked, and sales go through the roof

Remember when Paris Hilton T-mobile account was cracked and I suspected that it might be marketing?

Well, that old saying there is no such thing as bad publicity has come true again, as Technews reports that: "Hacked Hilton a Boon for Telco". Shops in New York are selling out of sidekicks faster than anyone can say hotel-chain heiress. That the recent leak online of and X-rated video with Fred Durst also came from a hacked sidekick isn't stopping people from queing up to get their insecure devices. Weird.

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Pimp My Burger - BK Germany

Burger King in Germany are closing in on the subservient chickens fame, with their spoof of the TV show "Pimp my Ride". Instead of rides, they're pimping burgers. The attention to detail in this spoof is excellent.

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John Cleese at the Institute of Backuptrauma

At the Institute of backuptrauma John Cleese plays Dr. Twain Weck in the film where he educates the unwashed masses on the horrors of using tape backup. Hat Tip to Clayton.

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Pop-ups suck, declares wired underneath a pop-up

You can't make stuff like this up.

Wired writes a op-ed piece about surfers extreme dislike for those annoying pop-ups, but you can't read it because it's obscured by a bloody pop-up!
Oh yeah, see the screendump here. Spotted by LondonYank at Metafilter.

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Fast Company: Best Business Blogs: Advertising, March 2005

Fast Company writes about Best Business Blogs: Advertising. An expanded list of thier favorites.
Blog: AdLand
Who Writes It: A community Web log, AdLand allows posts from anyone who registers. The site’s proprietress, Åsk Wäppling*, a freelance art director known on the site as Dabitch, seems to write most often.

Why You Should Read It: The group blog approach generates a more diverse array of insight and opinions from registered users, called "adgrunts," who can view and post comments. The well-designed blog, created in 2000, also offers forums and an ad archive, the latter available for a small fee.

 

Wisconsin State Journal "Burger King ad stirs buzz with racy camp"

WSJ Features: Burger King ad stirs buzz with racy camp
"Like an Old Navy ad on acid, with some Playboy and Penthouse thrown in," writes Jane Goldman, a Boston-based ad copywriter, on the advertising weblog (www.ad-rag.com) she helps run.

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