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Wed, Aug 11 2010 11:55 AM by KingOfTheCourse. 24 replies.
  • neildiamond11790 United States
    1,115 Posts
    Wed, Jul 14 2010 12:53 PM

    dmm, I of course in traditional fashion will be rocking my WGT yellow/blue knickers.

    craigswan, floridacutie probably is a dude, so no, I wouldn't want that in a bikini marketing this site.  he/she could do that for hidingsomethinginmypants.com or ireallyhaveahamboneundermyjeans.com

  • Doublemochaman United States
    2,009 Posts
    Wed, Jul 14 2010 12:54 PM

    Craig... have you been eating too much haggis lately?  Along with a wee too much Laphroig?

  • griffygriff United States
    597 Posts
    Thu, Jul 15 2010 3:21 PM

    Doublemochaman:

    Neil... being a writer-producer-director of national and regional television commercials I can tell you that would be a very expensive proposition.  Though, as a bit of an insider, I stand ready to help them make their series of commercials.  But I'll be charging a little more than a sleeve of GI-SD balls...

     

    Hey DMM, would you please be so kind and share with us some of the commercials you've worked on. i am not being sarcastic, i just have a genuine interest with advertising in general. Also is that a recent photo of you on your profile?

    .I would also like to know from your professional point of view, was Craigs " fridge magnets for friendship or something more" a good advertising ploy or not.

     

     

     

  • Doublemochaman United States
    2,009 Posts
    Thu, Jul 15 2010 4:53 PM

    The Griff asks lots of questions.  Nationally I've done ads for Lurosil, Claroxan and Corduzin... they've shown on ESPN, Spike, Speed and others.  Regionally I specialize in commercials for hotels, resorts, golf courses, spas, casinos and restaurants.  You'd have to live in the Seattle/Portland area to have seen any of these.

    Craig's fridge magnets were near genius... they got your attention.  Not that I'd want ro own one.  :)

    And my photo is recent.  Though I suppose it's less recent today, since today is my birthday!

    And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming: WGT!

  • griffygriff United States
    597 Posts
    Thu, Jul 15 2010 5:39 PM

    Well happy birthday, and if i was to send a cake to Seattle, just how many candles should i put on it? (just messing, no more questions H B)

  • Snaike United States
    3,678 Posts
    Fri, Jul 16 2010 1:35 PM

    Doublemochaman:
    Nationally I've done ads for Lurosil, Claroxan and Corduzin... they've shown on ESPN, Spike, Speed and others
    Oh! .... so you're the guys we get to thank for needing to explain to our children what a '4 hour erection' is while trying to watch a baseball game?!!?

    (Happy belated b-day, DMM.. many, many happy returns!)

  • Doublemochaman United States
    2,009 Posts
    Fri, Jul 16 2010 1:46 PM

    I hear you Snaike.  That's when I always suggest to my 11 year old son that we take a peek at another channel real quick... consulting the TV Guide if the break lasts over 4 minutes.

  • Doublemochaman United States
    2,009 Posts
    Fri, Jul 16 2010 1:49 PM

    Of course Snaike, in my case, discussing a 4 hour erection is a lot more exciting than discussing the Mariners.

  • SweetiePie United States
    4,925 Posts
    Sat, Jul 17 2010 1:00 PM

    My Father told me that if he had an erection that lasted 4 hours, he wasn't going to call his Dr....he was going to call everyone...."Hello? Is this Jasper Q. Brown jr? Yes I know it is 4am...nevertheless...."

  • Doublemochaman United States
    2,009 Posts
    Sat, Jul 17 2010 1:24 PM

    SP... based on this post and many of your past posts it sounds as though your Father is quite the interesting character.  I'm betting he's a very witty conversationalist.  I've always believed that Republicans are more interesting in conversation than Democrats.  A theory of mine.  Does he also play WGT?

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