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Super Bowl Ad Recap

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K-FedOh we had high hopes, didn’t we? Just as every year, the Super Bowl ads were hyped up, tantalizing us with what would we see. I was so excited I was puffing up how cool the ads would be to our out-of-country guests. And then, there was nothing.

This was supposedly the year of ad competitions using YouTube to show viewer created ads. Oh, and what about that guy from My Super Proposal? I didn’t see that either. Carlos Mencia really had the only funny ads during the whole game.

But, I guess the real question is, how did the ads do Ecorazzi-wise? Last year there were lots of ads with a strong green theme, and others that were filled with animals making my stomach cringe.

Redemption:

CareerBuilder. You’re getting closer and closer to being off of our “bad boy” list. After a year of monkey-filled commercials, you gave us something different and animal free. Thank you. Watch it.

Animals on the Set:

Budweiser. Dogs & horse. Watch it.

NFL. Painted horse. Too bad, otherwise, an awesome ad. Watch it.

Green:

Honda. This one’s a stretch, it was a fuel-efficiency commercial. Watch it.

What else did you see that should make it on our list?

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