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Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Have You Seen a More Ridiculous Ad? I'm cool with seeing cars climb mesas or go on safari. But did you see the commercial where an SUV drives out of the sea? Fine. Let's totally forsake reality. Let's get in the old guzzler, fly into space, ride on Saturn's rings, and soak up some rays on the surface of the sun. Oh, first gotta pick up some hot Venusian babes with coolers of beer. What ad makes you roll your eyes?