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  1. EF2
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    I was never fooled.
     
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    I was interested but never fooled.
     
  4. Edan
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    Wait, they were bluetooth ads? I missed something pretty badly.
     
  5. Yea....I think their ad campaign managers should be fired.
     
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    Wow none of those phones had any bluetooth stuff on them how is that a bluetooth commercial?
     
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    My theory:
    "get a bluetooth, or your cell phone will make your brain explode like popcorn."
     
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    Ya but I thought it was just a video... I still don't want a bluetooth.
     
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    uh yeah...bluetoof...of course; totally obvious
    and here i was thinking it was just lame spoofed college vids /rolleyes
     
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    The ad seems to have worked..the last 6 posts mention the product..your also talking about the ad. Its getting in news and print.Its the "talk of the town". Free press.

    I thought there was a slick trick..I never thought the phones did it. I was disappointed it was freaking video edit.
     
  11. -_- back to the headshrink
     

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