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    Posted: 06 Feb 2012 at 1:17am
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I'm sorry Clint, I fell asleep.
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Originally posted by ForumAdmin ForumAdmin wrote:

I'm sorry Clint, I fell asleep.
 
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That was a bit depressing. 

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Just like everythng else in this country nowadays, especially Hollywood.... self serious, over-wrought & over dramatized.
 
The entire Super Bowl spectacle is an over-hyped & over dramatized production.
 
Like this sappy bucket of inspirational slop called "On This Certain Sunday".
 
They even stoop to the obligatory "in the eyes of a child" reference.
 
 
Barf.
 
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Nothing bad to say about this one. I thought it was actually a really good commercial.
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So this is what "halftime" feels like? My unemployment benefits are about to run out. We just bought our first house last year, and we ain't no spring chickens.

I'm supposed to feel positive as the banks get bailed out?? As scary new people start to run for President?? Sure, I count my blessings every day, but I'm also very pessimistic about the state of things. Something about all the ads and hype about the game seem like forced patriotism to me. Like the gov't wants to get the country cheering and spending. Pfffffft.
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Though I thought the commercial was effective, I have to admit I found it quite hypocritical of Chrysler to talk about pulling ourselves up by the bootstraps when they were one of the companies that got a huge bailout from the taxpayers.
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Clint could read the phonebook to me and I'd be riveted. (swoon).
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I like this, honestly.
Maybe it's because Clint Eastwood is my favorite actor and the actor whom I most respect.
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I turned the channel at half time and missed this one. Detroit is back in business making vehicles no one can afford to buy.
Does Chrysler even have an affordable car? 
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Whats all this American pride ads from Chrysler?   Daimler/Benz owns them. It's not an american company anymore
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Originally posted by MSAGRO MSAGRO wrote:

Whats all this American pride ads from Chrysler?   Daimler/Benz owns them. It's not an american company anymore
 
As of a few years ago, Chrysler's no longer owned by Daimler.
 
 
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^ spam.
 
Nevertheless, my Chrysler purchase 10 years ago was effortless.  I knew what I wanted, went to the dealership, told the salesman what I wanted, was immediately shown a used one (1 year-old) with only 15,000 miles on it (at about $8,000 less than a new one), and I bought it.  Since then, I replaced a water pump housing, the belts, tires, one battery, and had a break job---and that's all. 
 
My only problem now is the CD changer.  After about a million CD changes, it's gotten quirky.
 
Oh, I also had to replace a fuse once.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^ spam.
 
Nevertheless, my Chrysler purchase 10 years ago was effortless.  I knew what I wanted, went to the dealership, told the salesman what I wanted, was immediately shown a used one (1 year-old) with only 15,000 miles on it (at about $8,000 less than a new one), and I bought it.  Since then, I replaced a water pump housing, the belts, tires, one battery, and had a break job---and that's all. 
 
My only problem now is the CD changer.  After about a million CD changes, it's gotten quirky.
 
Oh, I also had to replace a fuse once.
 
 


You had a "break" job?  What broke?  LOL
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^  Awww, gimme a brake, man!  Wink
 
 
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