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    It's how corporations rent out your brain like a billboard, but for free.

    What does Dilly Dilly mean? The Bud Light catchphrase unpacked
    There's a Budweiser plant just over the hill due south from Urbanek's town. Probably his whole family works there and get an extra nickel to spam forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    There's a Budweiser plant just over the hill due south from Urbanek's town. Probably his whole family works there and get an extra nickel to spam forums.
    Yep. Just a couple miles from me.
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    I miss the budweiser real men of genius commercials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote View Post
    It's how corporations rent out your brain like a billboard, but for free.

    What does Dilly Dilly mean? The Bud Light catchphrase unpacked
    "but for free"? Super Bowl ads cost more than $5 million for 30 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Urbanek View Post
    "but for free"? Super Bowl ads cost more than $5 million for 30 seconds.
    So they are paying you to spam this forum with their commercials?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    There's a Budweiser plant just over the hill due south from Urbanek's town. Probably his whole family works there and get an extra nickel to spam forums.
    Well, no, I am not related to anyone who works at Budweiser. In fact, I generally drink "craft" beers, of which my favorite is Hop Stoopid. And we know that many Hillary supporters are still wailing in their Pit of Misery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Urbanek View Post
    Well, no, I am not related to anyone who works at Budweiser. In fact, I generally drink "craft" beers, of which my favorite is Hop Stoopid. And we know that many Hillary supporters are still wailing in their Pit of Misery.
    So are even more Trump supporters. So what? Funny you use a commercial from a major employer in your area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Urbanek View Post
    "but for free"? Super Bowl ads cost more than $5 million for 30 seconds.
    The corporation is not paying the public for the space it rents in it's head. We all already know that advertising/marketing/propaganda costs money to produce and distribute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    The corporation is not paying the public for the space it rents in it's head. We all already know that advertising/marketing/propaganda costs money to produce and distribute.
    Exposure to advertising is the price you pay to see the Super Bowl and other programs for free (at least on broadcast TV). Do you really think you get something for nothing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Urbanek View Post
    Exposure to advertising is the price you pay to see the Super Bowl and other programs for free (at least on broadcast TV). Do you really think you get something for nothing?
    Does that give you the right to spam a forum with it's commercials?
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