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Remington - The HyperSonic Rifle Bonded - (2013) :30 (USA)

Remington - The HyperSonic Rifle Bonded - (2013) :30 (USA)

Currently airing, this ad shows the most lethal big-game ammunition ever devised say Remington.
"With hyper-charged velocities up to 200 fps faster than standard loads, HyperSonic® Rifle Bonded delivers more than just laser-flat trajectories and higher downrange energies. It zips through hide, meat and bone with unrivaled devastation thanks to today's most advanced bonded bullet design, Core-Lokt® Ultra Bonded. No other high-velocity load on the market can measure up, and you'll only get it from the R&D masterminds at Remington."

You know what else you get from the masterminds of Remington? An ad that wouldn't be out of place as "CSI : Hunting Town" and the end line is a pun: "The fastest way to turn a Buck to four quarters".

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TSFC - Surrender Your Say - (2013) :30 (Canada)

TSFC - Surrender Your Say - (2013) :30 (Canada)

What do we want? A CURE FOR TOURETTES! When do we want it? CUNT!

June 19th at 9AM EST the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada (TSFC) is launching Surrender Your Say, a Twitter campaign created by Saatchi and Saatchi Canada, to bring increased awareness to the disorder that is the butt of so many jokes. Tourette syndrom doesn't just affect speech, it includes a spectrum of tic disorders. It is most often associated with the exclamation of obscene words a.k.a coprolalia, but this symptom is present in only a small minority of people with Tourette's. Despite this, it's the star of the campaign idea.

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Oreo daily twist - Oreo social media campaign case study - (2013)

Oreo daily twist - Oreo social media campaign case study - (2013)

Already a favorite for Cannes awards, the Oreo Daily twist campaign will be much copied in social media from now on. Setting out to prove that a 100-year old cookie is as relevant as it ever was Oreo left the argument about 'which is better the cookie or the stuffing' behind, and went straight for the twist.
Every day, they took a Oreo twist to what was happening in the world, in pop culture, in sports, in music, in media. Some were simple social media 'posters' if you will, starring the oreo-cooking with rainbow stuffing. Others were interactive banners, like when they celebrated 40 years of Pong. It's a modern take on the old topical press campaign, at internet-speeds. Once a day, a new twist. Bite-sized witty images easily shared over twitter, facebook and pinterest.

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Tic Tac / 4 calories / Motel Room "Shake things up" - (2013) 3:00 (USA)

Tic Tac / 4 calories / Motel Room "Shake things up" - (2013) 3:00 (USA)

I honestly don't want to know why some of the things are they way they are in this bizarre, hallucination style scene in a shoddy motel written and directed by Crobin as a spec piece for Tic Tac. That's "Shake things up" Tic-Tac, and I feel a bit shook up after watching this disturbing three minute bit. So many ??????

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Apple "Our Signature" (2013) 1:00 (USA)

Apple "Our Signature" (2013) 1:00 (USA)

The ghost of Steve Jobs is all over this one, espousing the same philosophy that captured the cult all those years ago. but since the cult has moved on to android and Samsung phones are outselling iPhones in a big way, Apple needs to be relevant and not sound dated.

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Xide "Transformer" (2013) :20 (Sweden)

Xide "Transformer" (2013) :20 (Sweden)

While we're on the subject of Swedes, music videos and drinks, the alcopop brand Xide teamed up with Young Squage to make a video for their new single "Transformer." The song was written and produced by SeventyEight because apparently no one goes by their real names any mor

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23 Degrees Roastery "Bomb" (2013) :15 (Canada)

23 Degrees Roastery "Bomb" (2013) :15 (Canada)

Yes, not even endorphin-raging moments such as bomb diffusion can help you stay awake if you haven't had coffee.

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IBM outdoor billboards become shelters, benches and ramps - people for smarter cities. (France)

IBM outdoor billboards become shelters, benches and ramps - people for smarter cities. (France)

"People For Smarter Cities" is Ogilvy Paris latest campaign for IBM. With this outdoor campaign, each billboard becomes a solution to a city problem. Rain. Steps. Lack of park benches.

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