Those Super Bowl ads: way more family-friendly this year, no?
Over at AdJab, our Weblogs, Inc. buddies are liveblogging the
Super Bowl from an advertising perspective. They're talking about whether Toyota's hybrid ad was making a social statement with
its bilingual father-son duo, or just doing a play on the word "hybrid"; whether or not the trailer for Pixar's Cars sounds like fun or
just... strange; and just how pretty was GMC's 2007
Yukon ad? They've missed a couple of ads I found particularly kid-friendly, like the Kaiser Permanente ad with the
apples in the vending machine, and one really pretty spot with a montage of children and families - but I can't
remember what it was for. What do you think: are you letting your kids watch the ads, and do they like
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