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Super Bowl Ads February 6, 2006

Posted by Binford in Fun Stuff, Other Stuff, Sports.

Because we live in Canada, we were only privy to mostly Canadian ads during the Super Bowl, of which I do not remember any one of them.  Except for those friggin’ Falcon Beach commercials.  I have yet to meet anyone who watches that damn show.  iFilm, one of the best video clip websites on the Internet has all of the ads the people in the states or those with grey market satellites were able to watch.  Check them out here

All in all, it was a good game.  I had to leave halfway through it to go play soccer.  Which we lost once again.  I made it home in time to see that pretty play by Randel El to Hines Ward.  It was a gutsy play you don’t ever see in a big game like the Super Bowl. 



1. Reagan - February 6, 2006

With Rogers’ HDTV box, we are able to get the big American network channels in HD, such as ABC, CBS, and NBC. So we were able to watch the entire Superbowl on ABC (as opposed to Global). Some of the American commericals were funny, some were bad, and some were just like any other commerical you normally see. Some clearly had very high budgets, having recruited bigtime celebrities. Diet Pepsi for example had Jackie Chan and Jay Mohr (Bob Sugar from “Jerry Maguire”). Also saw Shaq in a Desperate Housewives commerical. He was pretending to be a follower of the show, crying about something. Pretty ridiculous, but moderately entertaining.

2. Binford - February 6, 2006

I’m pretty jealous Reagan. Wish I had HDTV. Jerk. Just kidding. You’re a good fellow. GO LEAFS!

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