However, this post really has nothing to do with that story itself. It's about the ad image that popped up, embedded in the article about scantily clad tweenie Halloweenies, next to a paragraph that opens with " Women's costumes are pervasively provocative..." In case the ad changes by the time you click the link, I'm posting it below:
The, uh, beaver screen shot...
I don't know if it's a coinkidink, but I chuckled an evil, evil chuckle over this. Shame on me.
Almost time for more pain killers. Whoo-hoo. Lemme just say this - if they continue to find new fractures in my spine, I'm gonna scream.
Nice catch. After working in advertising for enough years, I know some advertisers just don't think where their ads will show up.
I remember a few years back when the DC sniper was terrorizing the capitol area, I noticed an ad for a travel site on USA Today's site where they used a rifle sight analogy to demonstrate targeting low fares. Just by chance it showed up on an article about the sniper. Not the message they were looking for.
I have to say the ad looks like something from an episode of South Park - but that's me.
Don't miss the "snow-capped peaks" behind the "beaver!"
LOL! There's no way that wasn't on purpose.
Did Mr. Garrison write this?
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