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Desc:Strong contender for best ad of the year.
Category:News & Politics, Advertisements
Tags:three, little, guardian,, journalism,, pigs,
Submitted:Spider Jerusalem
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Comment count is 11
The Mothership
That could have been better, but it was still pretty good.
But what does the Fox think about all this?
This ad taught me that the public is goddamn fickle.

The ad's still genius, though.
Rodents of Unusual Size
This transcends commercial and goes straight into the category of art.
Prickly Pete
I don't get it. Is it pro insurance fraud? When it comes out that the pigs were scheming, everyone has their back. "The bank made them do it!" That's a weird message. That or it went over my head.
Joey The Cobra
I think that was just an attempt to convey the different opinions people would have on the issue and how the guardian will no doubt treat all sides of the story equally and get to the truth of the issue. Buy the Guardian

Are they actually selling the discourse in the comments section as a good thing?
I take it editors at the Guardian don't read the comments forums?

Public discourse, even if it's from stupid people, is an important thing.

MacGyver Style Bomb
Counterpoint: Yahoo! News.

Comment is free, but facts are sacred.

And we spend most of the day rolling our eyes at your hilariously uninformed opinions.
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