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Analyze This

  Unless you’ve been hiding out in a cave, living on tree bark, rat meat and rainwater, you’ve probably heard of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal. Regardless, chances are that you probably don’t care, as polls show that despite the alarming nature of the reports, most Facebook users seem indifferent to the news. According to Facebook…

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Meet the Parents

  With both Mother’s and Father’s Day generating big business and being roughly only a month apart, we thought we’d take advantage of the opportunity to run some new radio ads promoting the importance of businesses having a well-established web presence. We had no parodies in mind for these two holidays so we set out…

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Generation “Y – Me”

  Say what you want about them but Millennials are anything but typical and they are completely changing the way companies brand and market themselves. Call them soft, lazy, entitled snowflakes, in need of their wi-fi, iced mochas, mental health days and safe spaces but if you ignore them, you may quickly find yourself out…

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Baby’s First Complaint

It seems that these days people are just itching to be offended, stand-up comedians like Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld refuse to play college campuses anymore because of the hecklers yelling out hateful responses to everything they deem offensive or inappropriate. And now the selective outrage machine has rolled into the parking lot of Ideal…

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Fresh From the Oven

It seems that these days, cable tv is inundated with cooking shows, hell, there are even entire television networks dedicated just to this subject and of course, magazines, clubs, social media groups, and several podcasts to boot. Foodies love their cooking shows. Being the illegitimate bastard love child of Master Chef, Gordon Ramsay, I think…