Apr 2nd 2011 2:49PM If a reader (with at least 50 IQ points) would actually READ the article it specifically states the study was about... let's all say this together boys and girls (morons too) "company that tracks product placement in movies" YAY!!! good job! If you still don't get it let me explain further. People with half a brain can stop reading cause this doesn't apply to you.
How many times do you see someone drinking a Coke out of a "Coke" can in a movie? It's usually out of a paper cup with a straw. Mercedes, as they make great getaway cars, are always so blacked out that you can't distinguish them from a Lincoln Towncar. No one in the study said anything about average consumers, so should I assume everyone who drives a Subaru Impreza is a wannabe rally driver and a complete idiot?
At the end of the day I think we should all ask Nick because he knows that exactly 70% of the people who saw Knight and Day were women and just a "few" people actually "watches" the movie (whatever that means). Did you mean a few million people Nick? I'm sure his neighbor's daughter was one of the rare and few who watched it. Lucky girl...
Oct 3rd 2010 5:20AM What is hand-made exactly? One sentence says they use 3D software (that's computer made last time I checked) and the next says handmade. If she uses a computer to render accurate pieces then someone literally makes the cufflinks by hand, there is no point in making them in 3D because you won't get exactly the image you approve. If handmade means someone used their hands to operate the computer/machine that makes the cufflinks prototype, then I have a letter to write to Google suggesting they stamp "hand made" wherever they put their logo. It's brilliant!
Oct 3rd 2010 4:47AM I got my box of Stay Puft a couple of weeks ago. I'm not a big marshmallow connoisseur but I must say they were the fluffiest marshmallows I have poked. Go figure that the only non-sticky side is the top face which leaves you to put in some effort to get the sticky non-powdered squares out of their individual pods. But in the end the fight is worth it, especially when you only have to do it once a day. They are not overly sweet and they make a great cookie filling. People asked me a week later what kind of cookies they were, not believing they were home made.
The package says serving size is (1 piece). One piece? You can't expect people to have only one piece of Stay Puft! Where's Dan Aka when you need him? We need someone to start a fight with Omni Consumer Products to require people to have more than just one piece of marshmallow per serving!