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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeandvan View Post
    Walpurgis believes in stricter rules around advertising, very strict it would seem, i.e. 'This car will not make you billy big bollocks'. 'This shampoo will not make you look like you've just walked out of a salon', etc. I'm sure the folks on PFM would know, it's the M&S of Hifi forums.
    Well my shampoo (Vosene) makes me look like I've just walked out of a salon halfway through my haircut, so I'm not the best person to pass judgement on that. But as for advertising generally, they could do worse than use the film "Crazy People" with Dudley Moore and Daryl Hannah as a template.
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    I'd rather have obscene advertising with Dudley Moore and Peter Cook as the template.

    'Buy this fackin car you cant.'
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    And why does everything in the news have to be sensationalised or alarmist, with even the most mundane of things being thrust at us as major events. That is bending of truth. The significance of everyday matters being constantly inflated.
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    The "Can we have everything louder than everything else please?" approach to news reporting.
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