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Pepsi endorses THR

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Rusher, May 24, 2005.

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  1. Rusher

    Rusher Member

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    Just kidding!!!!!


    Just saw the latest Pepsi promo and the opening line is somthing to the fact of " So we decided to use "The High Road".......talking about some marketing numbers...... My brother who knows I visit here all the time pointed it out to me.....So now every time I see the promo I just get a funny grin on my face.



    Rusher
     
  2. El Tejon

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    Do bears and pumas like the new lime Pepsi cola? :D
     
  3. JShirley

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    Heh. My favorite cola commercial is several months old: A house full of Coke is a house full of friends. So, stock up today! :D

    John
     
  4. Azrael256

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    I think the real question is how zombie ninja bears and pumas like it.
     
  5. The Grand Inquisitor

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    The next thing you know you'll have to go through 6 pages of Wal-mart ad's just to log in.

    Wouldn't it actually be frightening if active shooters and THR became part of mainstream consumer culture? I mean, it would take away half the fun and all of the interesting and honest people....
     
  6. svtruth

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    Guns in Advertising

    TGI:
    Ditech, a mortgage company, has an ad for home equity loans which starts with a guy saying "pull" and then blasting a bunch of credit cards with a shotgun.
     
  7. sharpetop

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    Can you say copywrite infringement? :D
     
  8. sm

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    Remember Catch 22 did not become part of the vernacular until the book came out.

    Gonna laugh the first time some some liberal anti on some medium makes mention of taking The High Road and the interviewer or someone informs them that is the name of a Firearms Forum promoting responsible firearm ownership, RKBA, 2A, CCW and such. :D
     
  9. Kruzr

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    Shhhhh. :uhoh:

    Oh! ye'll take the high road and
    I'll take the low road,
    And I'll be in Scotland afore ye;
    But me and my true love
    Will never meet again
    On the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.


    The story:
    It is a true story of two Jacobites
    captured by the English and due to
    be hanged at Carlisle.
    Then the English Lord decides to set
    free the unmarried man and hang the
    married man as an example.
    The idea was that the free man would
    tell everyone what would happen if
    they fought for their freedom again.

    But the Jacobite to be hanged said
    to the other "you take the high road,
    and I'll take the low road and I'll be
    in Scotland afore ye"

    The meaning of this is that to the
    Celtic man of Scotland the high road
    is the road of the living and the low
    road is the road of those who have
    passed into the spirit world through
    death.
    He believed that he would be with his
    wife before the free man.


    (written somewhere around 1747)
     
  10. CAPTAIN MIKE

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    Yeah - But What About THIS ??

    Yeah, but personally, I prefer the new PARIS HILTON commercial for Burger King....Oooooh Yeah !!
     
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