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James Woods - 2009-11-22

!!! Have these people market everything.

The Townleybomb - 2009-11-22


Chalkdust - 2009-11-23

I need to make sure I haven't been already!

MrBuddy - 2009-11-23

I think the guys who made this commercial were already drinking a lot of this.

kingarthur - 2009-11-22

Found him a galboy.....huh.

jangbones - 2009-11-23

did he fly to Austin or Phnom Penh?

shipe - 2009-11-22

The audio is definitely a real radio ad. Also, fun fact: the guy who runs Tito's vodka is actually named Tito Beveridge.

Operation Cornflakes - 2009-11-22

What a horrible commercial for such a great vodka.

Kumquatxop - 2011-06-11

there is a word in your sentence that is wrong

Timothy A. Bear - 2009-11-22

This vodka almost killed me. Also, it is great.

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-11-22

More liqour ads like this.

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-11-23

Was it really worth the effort to make it look like he was walking through that airport?

Be honest.

zatojones - 2009-11-23

Austin doesn't count as Texas

Camonk - 2009-11-23

I'm guessing you've never been there. Or if you have, you went to 6th Street and like every jackass pretentious shithole went, OH THIS IS NOTHING LIKE TEXAS BLURF FART BALL-FONDLING SOUNDS KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD

I hate Texas as much as anybody who's ever lived there for more than twenty years can. But Austin isn't a magical liberal weirdville transposed into that desolate intellectual wasteland. In fact it's a lot dumber and more boring than other Texas cities (except Houston). But it's still just dumb ol' Texas.

RocketBlender - 2009-11-23

I've lived in Texas 8 years now, right in the heart of DFW's mid-cities area. I truly hate this area sometimes. I work (in the Kitchen, thank God) in the exact kind of country club you see mocked in shows like Arrested Development. Austin would probably seem like a welcome change to me.

I always did wonder though if it's really as weird as the occasional bumper sticker I see suggests it is.

While we're on the topic, why IS the governor's office in the middle of the seemingly magical liberal weirdville?

apiaryist - 2009-11-23

Austin in the Capital of Texas, and its seat of government. The Governor governs.

Nyms Lives! - 2009-11-29

The Governor governs? You don't know your Texas constitution. It's written in such a way that the Lt. Governor governs and the Governor's only legal duties include wandering around the state making speeches about how the separation of church and state is a liberal myth. We haven't had a Governor that actually governed since Motorcycle Momma Ann.

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