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You probably don't know who won the Super Bowl

Rick DeMeis
3/6/2012 05:32 PM EST

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stevejahr
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re: You probably don't know who won the Super Bowl
stevejahr   3/21/2012 9:57:32 PM
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I dunno if measuring searches is the most accurate metric for advertisement success? My favorite was the Kia Optima dream series. Sex? Yup check. Rock-n-roll? Yup check. Twist ending? Yup check that too.

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re: You probably don't know who won the Super Bowl
anon9303122   3/7/2012 10:45:14 PM
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. . . or care.

C VanDorne
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re: You probably don't know who won the Super Bowl
C VanDorne   3/7/2012 9:22:50 PM
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Agreed. There was maybe one other that cme close but I can't remember it now. They mostly stunk.

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re: You probably don't know who won the Super Bowl
Tim W   3/7/2012 1:32:07 PM
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Best - Audi with the vampires vaporizing LED headlights.

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