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Monday, March 29, 2010

Nothing said brand loyalty like being perched on a cliff.

Was it the ability to do countless takes while waving and fending off rattlers in 120° temperatures that made GM a great brand? I think it just might have been, yes.


KINGRPG said...

I like that you think. Thank you for share very much.

Dan Barron said...

"You got to take your time, you know it ain't no crime if it lasts all night."--Bonnie Raitt

Um, what's the message here? Two minutes worth of swooping in and out on the girl in white, high atop an earth phallus. (And none of those distracting _roads_ by the way.) Oh the majesty that was lost when 30 seconds became the norm.

(I like that you think, too.)

mtlb said...

I like to think, too. It helps that I think to do that, though.

Howie at Sky Pulse Media said...

That was awesome. I just kept seeing that cliff sheering off in my head! Cost big bucks for back then. The Stand Alone message was nice but hard to have a vision of that thing driving down Sunset Blvd when it's stuck on the cliff.