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  • NotUrTypicalAmerican Feb 5, 2013

    The chick slobbering all over the fat nerd was disgusting. I've never seen so many people cringe and turn away from the TV at once. Yuck.

  • carrboroyouth Feb 4, 2013

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    I think I could come up with a more clever commercial for 3.8 million dollars! Let me give it a shot ;]

  • VT1994Hokie Feb 4, 2013

    It's hard to believe that all of these companies spend 3.8 million for 30 seconds. It doesn't influence me in the least to see the Doritos deal. If I want them, I can buy them. Total waste of money and time. But. Isn't this typical of how the great USA has changed over the years.

  • ellengraham5660 Feb 4, 2013

    I guess it's all about selling because it sure had NOTHING else to offer.....were it up to me, not one red cent would go to any of these colossal nitwits.

  • Terkel Feb 4, 2013

    Thanks, offthegrid! I watched it twice. It was very touching and rang true.

  • eoms Feb 4, 2013

    "you mean like using sex to sell a half time show or Obama using children to push his gun agenda, or the "poor" to push obama care."

    Yup, all of that and all of the above.

  • OGE Feb 4, 2013

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    Are you that ignorant to think she was lipsyncing?

  • OGE Feb 4, 2013

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    Yeah my wife and mother in law comented how the half time show was about nothing but sex....yet they LOVED the CK ad.

    The funniest by far was Doritos and the football playing Dads.

    The Jeep ad would have been much better if they would not have felt the need to show us the vehicles(we know what their overpriced Gas Guzzlers look like). If you want to thank the military then thank the military.

  • Coach K is still GREAT Feb 4, 2013

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    L-I-K-E!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • tayled Feb 4, 2013

    Oreos in the Library was the best. The Paul Harvey Farmer commercial was the most touching.

  • CAROLINA43 Feb 4, 2013

    I find it distasteful and appalling to use religion (Dodge) or politics (Jeep) to sell a car.

    eoms

    you mean like using sex to sell a half time show or Obama using children to push his gun agenda, or the "poor" to push obama care.

    trying to figure out where th morals in this country have gone too.[quote]

    Well, sex appeals to us. And President Obama is a politician; what did you expect? This ain't Mayberry and Aunt Bea doesn't have any apple pies cooling on the window seal.

  • UpChuck Feb 4, 2013

    Great Go-Daddy commercial. Good to see everyone has a keen sense of humor around these parts.

  • Terkel Feb 4, 2013

    lanecc, that IS strange. I thought all those 18-35 yo's were living in their parents' basements, unable to find work. And according to one poster, the over 55-group is so wealthy they just retire in droves, voluntarily, every day! Somebody's got some 'splaining to do.

  • xylem01 Feb 4, 2013

    Did the guys from Carey win the Dorito's commercial competition again this year?

  • catwoman2 Feb 4, 2013

    I agree with the comments on here. I enjoyed the Clydes and I liked the Farmer commercial. The girl kissing the geek was so disgusting that we changed the channel. As far as the water cooler talk today about the commercials, the majority opinion goes along with what I have stated above. I am thankful that I don't fall into the category they are pandering to...whatever that is.

  • lanecc Feb 4, 2013

    Heard a guy on tv this morning explaining that the ads are aimed at the 18-35 age group. Therefore, all the sex. I guess the rest of the majority that spend money don't count. Does make me wonder why the largest population groups, those over 55 are not considered.

  • carrboroyouth Feb 4, 2013

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    It was sexist and objectifying. Doesn't matter if it is a man. Not seeing your point?
    Tired of all the sex. It's pathetic. Hardees especially.

  • working for deadbeats Feb 4, 2013

    The Ram farmer commercial was great. The Jeep USO commercial was also really good.

  • NotUrTypicalAmerican Feb 4, 2013

    The Doritos commercials are always funny. The one with the goat was hilarious.

  • admyank Feb 4, 2013

    The Sex ads were nauseating. I didn't need to see the dude's junk - and I sure didn't need to see the chick deep throating the nerd.

    Some standards need to be placed on them there places.

    Of Course, the nerd with the Audi was acceptable.

  • Terkel Feb 4, 2013

    Thanks for the link! I'll watch when the signal' a little better.

    But I remember the Clydes in the SB spot ("Respect") after 9/11. It was only aired once, but you can find it by googling. If it doesn't have you choking back tears then I don't know how your system functions.

  • Terkel Feb 4, 2013

    I don't have a TV and didn't realize it was an indoors stadium. Well, OK then, that does change my mind.

  • lrfarms27572 Feb 4, 2013

    This pretty much sums it up.... "watching 2 hours of violence in a movie has NO influence on our behavior, BUT a 30 second super bowl ad is worth 3.8 million because it will make us all go out and buy a product?!?!??"

    offthegrid7165

    ikr....

  • usmilewme2 Feb 4, 2013

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    Hey, I like that add and yeah there have been women in calvin boxer adds before, Pssst does he come w/those if I buy some.....lol (glad they remembered us girls watching)

  • UpChuck Feb 4, 2013

    "I'm sure she doesn't lip-sync indoors in a controlled environment."

    Ummm...she was indoors.

  • Barely Feb 4, 2013

    If that Calvin ad had been a woman, women everywhere would have called it shameful and sexist.

  • offthegrid7165 Feb 4, 2013

    Now I'm going to have to find that Dodge farmer commercial and watch it. Morrigan

    Here you go friend...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMpZ0TGjbWE

  • Terkel Feb 4, 2013

    Now I'm going to have to find that Dodge farmer commercial and watch it.

    Lay off Beyonce. At least she used her own voice to lip-sync to. Besides, when the wind blows across a mic it sounds very rough. I'm sure she doesn't lip-sync indoors in a controlled environment. I just don't see the problem.

  • offthegrid7165 Feb 4, 2013

    This pretty much sums it up.... "watching 2 hours of violence in a movie has NO influence on our behavior, BUT a 30 second super bowl ad is worth 3.8 million because it will make us all go out and buy a product?!?!??"

  • lrfarms27572 Feb 4, 2013

    I find it distasteful and appalling to use religion (Dodge) or politics (Jeep) to sell a car.

    eoms

    you mean like using sex to sell a half time show or Obama using children to push his gun agenda, or the "poor" to push obama care.

    trying to figure out where th morals in this country have gone too....

  • Walkin Man Feb 4, 2013

    Glad the stupid bowl is finally history.

  • pappybigtuna1 Feb 4, 2013

    mcraineycrazies at least there are two of us that agree. I don't need or want some actor who lives in a make believe world, that can only speak something that someone else has written try a sell me on some half bake product.

    I am not impressed with any actor or entertainer and the dribble that comes from their mouths

  • beachlvr0804 Feb 4, 2013

    Loved the Dodge, Jeep and Clydesdale ads.....

    It's soooo refreshing to see God given the credit HE deserves. And for those who didn't care for it? Guess what.....you can turn the channel and not watch. So tired of anti-God zealots thinking they can complain a little and have God taken out of everything. Believers unite and take a stand.....

  • mcraineycrazies Feb 4, 2013

    soo true off the grid

  • SaveEnergyMan Feb 4, 2013

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    Unfortunately movies and TV are now that way too. It's expensive to create a good story with a plot, character development, and a resolution. It's far easier to strip people almost naked, throw in some special effects, and deafen us with loud music (and I don't only mean the SB halftime show). People are too impatient for creativity, it doesn't fit our immediate gratification lifestyle anymore.

  • mcraineycrazies Feb 4, 2013

    pappy bigtun, you are right about that, sorry, but it was nothing but positive and how america 'WAS", too bad its still not like that..

  • offthegrid7165 Feb 4, 2013

    Seankelly, you're out of your mind! Just watched the farmer ad... and the only thing I found wrong with it... as you stated... they used a dodge... when they should have used a FORD!!! The American farmer... to which Paul Harvey refers is clear... as are the American values these people represent. If anything.. .you should be thanking Dodge for using a message that builds up the American farmer... because that is what I took from it... NOT a da---- truck.

  • mcraineycrazies Feb 4, 2013

    sean kelly, your wayy out there, that was old america, people having to get up at the crack of dawn, it was great heritage, and one of the best commercials ever,,

  • pappybigtuna1 Feb 4, 2013

    Dodge Trucks with Paul Harvey narration was the top shelf, sad if after watching that ad, someone could or would come away with anything less than a positive response.

    It was an AMERICAN TV commercial, no shameful sex or innuendo's of the same. A +++ Good job done

  • seankelly15 Feb 4, 2013

    The Dodge ad was insulting... using that old right-winger, Paul Harvey to extol the virtues of the American farmer at the expense of every other worker in America who gets up every day and makes the US the economic powerhouse that it is. Dodge is so synonymous with bad trucks that they no longer use their own name... instead calling themselves "Ram trucks"... it is still just a lousy Dodge. A really lousy ad for a really lousy vehicle...

  • Nancy Feb 4, 2013

    There were only three ads I liked, the Paul Harvey one about farmers (Dodge), the Clydesdale ad (beer) and the E-Trade commercial with the talking baby. The rest were, well, junk.

  • eoms Feb 4, 2013

    I find it distasteful and appalling to use religion (Dodge) or politics (Jeep) to sell a car.

  • seankelly15 Feb 4, 2013

    Towel Boy - "2. A half time show that can teach my daughter to be a stripper by age 10."

    Oh... I think you are being terribly naive' if you think that this is the first time that your daughter has seen a performance like this.

  • seankelly15 Feb 4, 2013

    Jim-Jones - "No really, did anyone see how satanic Beyonce's show was? Can you say illuminati?"

    Or....she was showing some love to her husband Jay-Z's Roc-A-Fella Records, which uses the diamond as its symbol.

  • DurhamDevil Feb 4, 2013

    I have a 10 year old son who loves watching football.

    It is unfortunate, however, that some advertisers show a lack of creativity by using sex to sell a product. Its just the easy way out for them.

  • mcraineycrazies Feb 4, 2013

    THE DODGE , GOD MADE A FARMER, WAS MOVING, I LOVED IT, AND THE BUDWISER WITH THE CLYSDALE

  • DeathRow-IFeelYourPain-NOT Feb 4, 2013

    I have to say the Go Daddy commercial, with the hot chick and the nerd, turned my stomach. I HOPE we don't have to continually see that for the next year. I LOVE hot chicks. But DUDE!!! Lose the nasty nerd.

  • Jim-Jones Feb 4, 2013

    No really, did anyone see how satanic Beyonce's show was? Can you say illuminati?

  • JohnnyVoodoo Feb 4, 2013

    Glad to see Joe Flacco finally get some love. The guy's been ripped, bashed, and critized almost more than Roy Williams. And as for Beyonce, i don't get it....if you can sing, why not just go out there and sing instead of lip syncing? It's obvious she has a nice voice...if you're gonna open your mouth, why not let real sound come out? ... and yeah, she's got more junk in her trunk these days, but i'd still take off in her airport.

  • Uhavenoclu Feb 4, 2013

    The best one was after the game with the pudding.

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