Discussion in 'Chicago Fire' started by HalaMadrid, Oct 30, 2003.
Which one's Laurel?
Which one's Hardy?
And who's the third guy? The character who used to exclaim "Dooooooooooooooooh!" whenever he was frustrated?
It gets worse. Incredibly.
When i see that picture it makes me think of this:
FOR ME TO POOP ON!
Worse? I've now gone over to the side of 'better'. No, 'brilliant'. Dali-esque surreal brilliance. Mark my words, someday you will see all this in MoMA.
On the other hand, this is frigging genius.
We should do something like this...their PR guys and interns are driving to all the media outlets (radio, tv, etc.) in the area and dropping off donuts and Metros scarves.
We should totally do something like this.
Someone please tell me that The Bruce was photoshopped in there, and that he didn't voluntarily wear that ridiculous hat.
I can't tell who enjoy's sporting the POS more.
"Hey Bruce. Wanna beer?"
"Hey Bruce. Have another beer."
"Hey Bruce. Here's a beer for ya."
"Hey Bruce. Let's do a shot!"
"Hey Bruce. I got a beer for ya."
"Hey Bruce. Put this hat on and pretend you know me."
Exactly what I first thought!
This is how you do it:
Liam, you don't know anything. Photoshopped dogs is what America wants these days in these hectic times of deciding where to spend their entertainment dollars.
Also see: Good Boy, Look Who's Talking III
What was I thinking?
First thing I thought of was Adam Sandler saying, "Who were the ad wizards who came up with that one?"
Unfortunately, the answer is not "packing up their boxes to be dropped in the hudson river with cement cleats"
The sad part about the Mutts quest is that they got on national tv this morning. I was flipping through and saw them on Cold Pizza on ESPN2. A good two minutes of time with mutt fans giving gifts to the show hosts. But it took the hosts only 15secs after hearing the Mut-Rev game to segway into a Giants-Jets rivallry bit.
That's Public Relations. Not marketing.
Their PR crew knows what they are doing.
You forgot these guys. They also have MPF!!!
The hounds in the swamp are in honor of our tradition: dogs at home.
Is nothing sacred?
Looks like they're keeping up the tradition.
Wow, only 10k people showed up. It looks like MPF took a greater toll on the New Jersey fans than we had imagined.
They must have thought MPF was a social disease.
MPF = Metro's Playoff Failure