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Dave Spart

Jumping On Band Wagons

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Hey pop-pickers!

In keeping with the times, Volkswagen are running a humurous TV advert for its Passat saloon car featuring a man who keeps his spirit up by singing an old Morecombe and Wise song "Good, Strong Positive Thinking".

The suggestion is that a Passat will help keep your spirits up.

As the driver enters a tunnel he passes a truck full of sheep who appear to join in the merriment - unaware they are on the way to slaughter (look at the sign on the back of the trailer).

A salutory if tenuous lesson to all sheeple susceptible to the charms of bulls - it could be your butcher in disguise.

You can see the ad here (botton left of page).

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"There's never been a better time to buy, good sir."

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From the movie "Goldman Sachs : The Demon Bankers of Wall Street"

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Yes - definately more to this ad than initially meets the eye. I assume this was pointed out on the other large thread on this ad that admitedly never read, but..... the closed business premises he peers through the window of...Estate Agents and Valuers!! :lol::lol:

V Good

Gotta love those germans!

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