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Old 02-03-2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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Best: I liked the Taco Bell commercial with the old people sneaking out for a good time.

Worst: Dodge's why god made a farmer commercial.

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Old 02-03-2013, 10:36 PM   #2
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I thought the one about the dodge trucks was powerful.
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Old 02-03-2013, 10:50 PM   #3
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Best: I liked the Taco Bell commercial with the old people sneaking out for a good time.

Worst: Dodge's why god made a farmer commercial.

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Totally disagree. Being from a small town in North Dakota and knowing multiple multiple friends and family who run farms. That Commercial nailed it and was/is easily my favorite. I'm guessing you've never been on a farm or done any type of farm work before. People from the city don't understand that commercial most likely.
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Totally disagree. Being from a small town in North Dakota and knowing multiple multiple friends and family who run farms. That Commercial nailed it and was/is easily my favorite. I'm guessing you've never been on a farm or done any type of farm work before. People from the city don't understand that commercial most likely.
The Jeep ad was probably the most powerful commercial.

The god made a farmer commercial was way too long and was targeted to a specific demographic of old white males. Boring ad.
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Old 02-04-2013, 12:26 PM   #5
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The Jeep ad was probably the most powerful commercial.

The god made a farmer commercial was way too long and was targeted to a specific demographic of old white males. Boring ad.
Don't cuss the farmer when your mouth is full of food
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:42 PM   #6
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Don't cuss the farmer when your mouth is full of food
Not cussing the farmers, just cussing the ad which wasn't done right.
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Totally disagree. Being from a small town in North Dakota and knowing multiple multiple friends and family who run farms. That Commercial nailed it and was/is easily my favorite. I'm guessing you've never been on a farm or done any type of farm work before. People from the city don't understand that commercial most likely.
Most of the city kiddies do not have a clue, I have loads of relatives that have owned farms. Being up at night pulling calves in zero weather is a bicth.

Milking cows before daylight and last thing just before sunset is no walk in the park either. When bossy is full of milk got to empty that bag.
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Most of the city kiddies do not have a clue, I have loads of relatives that have owned farms. Being up at night pulling calves in zero weather is a bicth.

Milking cows before daylight and last thing just before sunset is no walk in the park either. When bossy is full of milk got to empty that bag.
Farmer porn. My mind is blown. No way I could understand a hard days work.
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Being from Eastern Montana I thought the Dodge commercial was probably my favorite. But I'll admit I didn't pay much attention after the power outage and couldn't stop thinking how much of a coincidence the timing was, the NFL does not want. Blowout anymore more than anything
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The farmer ad should have been renamed why god made a migrant worker. They do the majority of the hard farming work for dirt pay nowadays.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:11 PM   #11
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The farmer ad should have been renamed why god made a migrant worker. They do the majority of the hard farming work for dirt pay nowadays.

Happens when you decide to work in the US without it being legal for you to be here in the first place.

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Happens when you decide to work in the US without it being legal for you to be here in the first place.

Actually, it happens because US companies are hiring them when they know they shouldn't but do so anyway because they'll make a bigger profit.
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The Dodge Farmer commercial was one of the best commercials I've seen in a long time.

Chrysler Group LLC has really stepped up their game. Starting with the "Imported from Detroit' campaign for Chrysler, then the Jeep ad with the troops, and finally the farmer ad for the Dodge Ram. It's 10-year equity is up 16% to 5.04b, including... talk about an inspirational corporate story. Oh, did I say they had great commercials?
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I loved the God made a Farmer.
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I liked the God Made a Republican ad. Hard work, get the job done, family values, and trucks (though I'm no Dodge fan). Needed some guns, though.
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I liked the God Made a Republican ad. Hard work, get the job done, family values, and trucks (though I'm no Dodge fan). Needed some guns, though.

Agree 100%. Guessing only people getting that govt cheese would think different.
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Agree 100%. Guessing only people getting that govt cheese would think different.
I really liked the farmer ad, and my family has some pretty deep farming roots, but you do realize that farmers on the whole get a ton of that "cheese," right?
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The dodge ad was good, I still think the most fun ad of the evening was the Audi S6 where he makes out with the prom queen and drives home with a black eye. Doritos and bud light really dropped the ball this year, literally nothing even remotely good.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:20 AM   #19
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The Dodge commercial was dumb and pretty much all my ancestors were farmers. Shut up Lonestar. You ain't ever milked ****.
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The farmer commercial was good. Paul Harvey was the man.

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The Famer commercial was good. Paul Harvey was the man.
I thought the narrative was outstanding. And now you know the rest of the story
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:27 AM   #22
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Who cares about ****ing commercials...**** you fox and manning
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Anything with Paul Harvey in it can't be a bad thing.










































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Maybe Dodge's plan to mention God and farmers in the same commercial will help them take sales away from Ford, which pretty much has a monopoly in the Northland re: auto sales to farmers.
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