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Desc:Is this actually real?
Category:Advertisements, Humor
Tags:Bill OReilly, anal, Omeletto, the truth about Santa Claus
Submitted:The God of Biscuits
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Comment count is 18
If NAMBLA hates it, then I am supporting it.
Yes, its real. O'Reilly is really saying that if you vote for someone against torture, you want Americans dead.

Oh wait, did you mean the Omeletto thing?
Sudan no1
I bet that "culture quiz" was a bucket of laughs too.

Downright surreal.
Jeff Fries
Can you make me an omelette suit?

An OMELETTE suit. Can you make me look like an OMELETTE?

Rodents of Unusual Size
But Santa DOES have AIDS. Where is your journalistic integrity now, O'Reilly!
".. To save lives!"
If they put a couple of these up on my way to work, my quality of life would improve IMMENSELY. That's all I ask- just one or two billboards that say "No One Likes You" and "Pussy: You".
every aspect of this story is utterly retarded
Aaauh, hey man, I'm cool. This is nothing.
"Muslim, the New Black"
The Westboro Baptist Church really left its mark on the world of advertising.
Corman's Inferno
Omeletto fills my heart with malevolent sorrow.
Somebody doesn't know how to use the mosaic filter. They just managed to turn "pus*sy" into "PUS-SY"
Aubrey McFate
Ah, Bill Cunningham. Fox News' stock angry old man.
I like the idea of putting up insensitive billboards, but then taking a good concept and trying to make it go "ToTaLlY ViRaL" by doing a "crazy MASHUP" with Bill O'Reilly footage kind of sucks hard.

As far as I can tell, the billboards are real, the "man-on-the-street" interviews are real, but the O'Reilly stuff is contrived.

Also, most of the content on omeletto.com is kind of annoying.
So is Omeletto the new Benetton?
Is there a rule that you have to precede any expression of outrage with "As an American..."?

Because, as an American, I find that outrageous.
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