|Frank Rizzo - 2007-06-30 |
one in a series? Im guessing meth is a problem in montana.
|fluffy - 2007-06-30 |
I'm not sure what the hell he did at the end.
My best guess would be giving her some hard-earned meth.
I went on Youtube and watched the rest of the ads; they're pretty convincingly fucked up. Also, the numerous shitty parodies have convinced me that the geometric mean Youtube user is actually a lower form of human.
|wormy_the_hole - 2007-06-30 |
Meth is a HUGE problem in a lot of western states, including Idaho, where I live. Recently, Idaho has taken a page out of Montana's book and has aired some of these same stories.
Hopefully, it makes a difference.
Well, what else are you supposed to do there?
|Smellvin - 2007-06-30 |
Cue stationarytornado giving some really, really weird anecdote about meth in 3... 2... 1...
|Herr Matthias - 2007-06-30 |
Also, compare and contrast this with the sappy, overly-jingly, and totally ineffective "Meth!" ad by the Ad Council (http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=5350)
|swickape - 2007-06-30 |
Man, this series...that's how you do a drug ad.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2007-07-01 |
God. I hate depressing public safety commercials. Still, it's a good one as they go...
|Penumbric Twat - 2008-05-20 |
Hey, this "smacks" of Requiem for a Dream... get it, *smack*? (Insert insensitive guffaw)
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-08-04 |
Pretty arousing way to start an anti-drug commercial.
I mean, come on.
It nice until her whoring and meth sores become obvious
|Blue - 2012-08-07 |
Does anybody actually recommend meth? I've only heard bad things.
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