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Earlier this month, 84 Lumber, a building supplies company, planned to air an ad during Super Bowl LI that features a wall blocking people looking for work in America until Fox Sports nixed the ad.
Ah, but they missed the fine print: CBS's newly announced ad standards are for advocacy ads promoting a point of view.“The ad needs to grab emotion and knock it out of the park," said Jeffrey Hayzlett, author of “The Mirror Test: Is Your Business Really Breathing." Often that means shooting a missile at the prurient core of the human brain. What the skinny-dipping couple doesn’t realize is that a bunch of exuberant bar patrons are enjoying the action from an underground pub.In that spirit, here's the "best" of the seamier side of Super Bowl commercials. The brewing company never got an audience for the ad during the game, but it wasn’t a total buzz kill.One reader, who posts as Belmont Scott, commented on my earlier postthat... There are plenty of programs that discuss controversial topics and display controversial behavior.The people who want to watch that sort of thing can watch it there.
Today, the agencies that produce the ad spots put out press releases and sneak previews of what viewers can expect to see on Sunday, while websites everywhere scramble after the game to post rankings of the best and worst.