May 15th 2010 9:03AM I don't want a minivan, but I would like to get about a half ounce of whatever they're smoking at that ad agency.
Nov 23rd 2009 6:13PM Time for some 'old school'... The cop takes the Xbox and stuffs it somewhere on the lad where the sun don't shine.
Nov 16th 2009 6:44PM If the owner of the boutique down the street wants to make some REAL money, he'll start selling munchies.....
Nov 16th 2009 6:38PM I think you folks are talking about Krupp, one of the big German munitions manufacturers, not Krups, the coffee pot people.
Mar 17th 2009 6:16PM That story about Danny DeVito doing the Crazy Eddie bio is misleading. Crazy Eddie wasn't the guy in the TV ads. That was 'Doctor' Jerry Carroll, a well-known NYC rock and roll DJ.
Feb 9th 2009 8:16PM I'm just taking a wild guess here, but it sounds like Carol Hartsell is going to be spending Valentine's day alone, in front of her TV, watching the soaps on Tivo, sucking down a pint or two of Haagen Dazs. Of course, I could be wrong. It might be Ben & Jerry's.
Feb 7th 2009 7:39AM My Facebook page has a picture of a Navy destroyer. Big guns on that puppy. Should I worry that a co-worker will tell my boss? After all, the crew might go hog wild and shell a beach. Oh, the humanity! Seriously, it seems that for every new venue that allows for liberalized personal expression, there's a new group of media nazis who want to stifle it. I think that we all have the right to make asses out of ourselves if we see fit to do so, within reason. We should be smart enough to realize when we've really crossed the line, in terms of pornography or violence. Okay, then censorship may be appropriate. But the censors should have figured out by now that part of the attraction to outrageous blogging is the anonymity. You get to vent online, and misrepresent yourself in a way that probably wouldn't be appropriate - or safe - if you had to sign your real name and address to your comments.
Feb 2nd 2009 7:27PM I agree, Free Credit Report guy should be made to really work at the seafood restaurant or the Renaissance Fair, and he should have Billy Mayes yelling in his ear for his whole shift. I guess it could be worse; imagine Billy Mayes doing a Free Credit Report ad! But the ones that get me the most are the ads for pharmaceuticals where the description of possible side effects takes longer than telling you what condition the medication is supposed help. But I think the worst pharmaceutical ad of all is the Viagra ad where they have a band singing about it to the tune of Viva Las Vegas. Does the Presley estate need the money that badly? Elvis is spinning in his grave like a pinwheel in a tornado.
Jan 29th 2009 6:28PM This article gets my vote for lamest thing on AOL this week. Bring back the one about 'worst tattoos'.