It is illegal in matter of fact for the wealthiest of pigs to not become twice so wealthy in a year, after so many billions - happiness can only be achieved with blood, starvation, oppression, and never ending falsehoods uttered by the government whores on a tv screen.
Some of them are unbelievably irritating, especially those for the various high-street banks. They are always trying to convince you that they are your great friend. Everybody knows that they will screw you over if given half a chance. The Sainsbury's ads with Jamie Oliver always used to leave me screaming at the television as well. I can't stand him, as you may have guessed.
Chris I'm hoping the mind will evolve to where it automatically believes anything said on tv....but in the meantime, I can hardly wait for the infomercial for miraculous itchy balls cure in low cost, convenient once per day capsule form.
I always used to mute the sound whenever the adverts came on, as I'm not interested in watching a meerkat trying to sell me car insurance. I don't want much TV nowadays, but I'm fortunate that most of the programmes I watch are on the BBC, so no adverts.
It is in regard to the Dish NEtwork Auto-hopper, which is user enabled. It doesn't work on all programs (like sports events). We all skip commercials whether we mute, walk away, or fast forward through a dvr recorded program.
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I thought I had seen it all, but no, there is still more nonsense and greed to come. When I've recorded a show I always fastforward the ads. Is that illegal? It appears the "big boys" are trying to flex their muscles once again and to prove what.
by thecounterpunch 10 years ago
The mass propaganda has began targeting children in the first place wiuth cartoon, fun and humor:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-xyHjiLY-8
by Gypsy48 7 years ago
Is anyone else tired of blaring tv commercials? I have to adjust the volume every time a...commercial is aired.
by OLYHOOCH 7 years ago
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by Stacie L 2 years ago
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by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Has anyone else noticed ads coming across hubs when trying to read others' hubs?I noticed more than once while reading others' hubs that ads are placed right on top of the writer's words in their hub. I could not even read what was written due to the ad over the words. They seem to be some...
by toknowinfo 6 years ago
What are your favorite tv commercials?
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