Not in the clamor of the crowded street, not in the shouts and plaudits of the throng, but in ourselves, are triumph and defeat.--Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Tuesday, June 15, 2004
Toyota Drivers Are Inconsiderate Scofflaws
There is a Toyota television commercial that has been running for a couple of weeks--it opens with a black-and-white security camera shot of a department store, complete with time and date stamp running in the upper right hand corner of the frame. In a moment, a woman's voice is heard off camera, announcing to the customers that there is a Toyota
EVERYONE owns a
Are you going to tell me they ALL parked in a tow-away zone?! I mean, you start to park, and all the whole entire parking lot is empty, and everyone is piled up at the fire lane in front of the building, and you decide, "Hmm, looks good to me"?! Or rather than being inconsiderate scofflaws, maybe they're trying to say that
Why not just have the announcer say that they left their lights on?
APOLOGY: I saw the commercial again yesterday (6/22) and the announcer says it's a Camry, not a Corolla, thus explaining the intrusive and overwrought editing.
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