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Absolutely heartbreaking. Calvin, is that really an appropriate thing to post? Why not leave your smart thinking to yourself?
I saw the episode and it was laughably bad. I couldn't understand how the two teams were even involved in the pitch and why more than one person even showed up? Besides the presenters (and the rapper, whatever the hell his name is), everyone else was there as "creative eye candy" there for the hello. That's it. And as you noted the campaigns lacked anything worthwhile. I watched from start to finish mainly because of two reasons: 1)further confirmation as to why advertising is a waste, and 2) further confirmation as to how much the competition fighting for these marketing dollars sucks. The best part: watching the winning team leader (!!!???) painfully go through his first pitch. That was awesomely painful... I couldn't turn away.
Toggle Commented May 2, 2012 on Pitch this at RepMan
God speed, kick ass and take names, Rep.
Toggle Commented Mar 28, 2012 on The very best PR programs money can buy at RepMan
A crying shame. If the changes you suggest were initiated, just think about how many entries these award programs might receive. Even with lower prices, it could potentially raise revenues for each body that throws an award show.
Toggle Commented Mar 28, 2012 on The very best PR programs money can buy at RepMan
you nailed it, Rep. someone should build a of sorts for businesses and firms that want to continue the vendor/client game verses building a true partnership together. enjoy your've earned it.
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2011 on Great pick-up lines at RepMan
excellent piece Dandy. I'm sending this to some friends and relatives.
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2011 on If I knew then what I know now... at RepMan
Excellent. Another chink in armor of the powerhouses. Good for us, no?
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2011 on Big agency think at RepMan
Oh brother. You really sacked this guy's hopes of landing a gig. Not even a warning, Rep...just a 15 yard penalty for gross misconduct and [the] loss of ever working at Peppercom. (I couldn't help myself).
Toggle Commented Sep 29, 2011 on How NOT to secure a summer internship at RepMan
Nice. There is hope for both the Cubbies and Pirates, though. You'll recall it wasn't too long ago that my beloved Phillies were stealing headline news for being the first professional sports team to reach the coveted [sic] 10,000 loss achievement. Since then, though, things have been looking up. We even won a World Series and have a Phightin' chance to do it again this year. I'm sorry that the Mets are what they are...but I am glad they are in the NL East.
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2011 on Misery loves company at RepMan
Yes, you'd expect a better name from a firm that is going to help its clients brand and communicate their values, products and services. And, that picture looks like a humanized Papa Smurf.
Toggle Commented Sep 26, 2011 on There's nothing gray about this name at RepMan
Maybe a half-dozen dogs. That would be enough to make me full (and sick).
Great; I was hungry for lunch. You ruined my favorite hour of the day! -lb
like these jokes for ads, this airline will crash and burn. let's hope it happens without any customers on board. buckle up.
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on Evil spirits at RepMan
CPO Kasko, I bet you can't wait to catch the first episode of "Weiner & Spitzer" is just a matter of time. Also, Teddy Ballgame and Rep will be happy to know that Slick Willy is supposedly being tapped to be executive producer and blow the sax for the show's band. I do hope that this will end the "yea, well Christie is fat" retorts I'm sick and tired of. lunchboy PS - I owe you a call back. I know, I know...
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