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    tumors and popcorn huh
    Sorrow is tranquility remembered in emotion.

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    Don't mix business with pleasure

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    thats the best way to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkkent51ny View Post
    awesome! No wonder why I have a tumor.

    IT'S NOT A TUMOR!!






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    absolutely priceless
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    He was on Conan O'Brien's show, and Conan mimicked him live... Worth a full belly-laugh!

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    Man sorry I missed that. Now that he is the governator he has to be nice!~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Just saw the answer a few nights ago on CNN international, here is more info:

    Viral videos to market a bluetooth earpiece!

    http://publications.mediapost.com/in...&art_aid=84988
    Cardo Systems' Online Video Creates Urban Legend Marketing

    It's only been a little more than 14 days since Cardo Systems uploaded the first of several marketing videos to Google's YouTube, but the clips have already generated more than 9 million views and tons of word-of-mouth chatter. The company, which manufactures high-end Bluetooth mobile phone headsets, designed the videos to raise brand awareness and buzz for its products.


    Cardo's creative team dreamed up the idea, but Paris-based agency Last Fools shot and produced the videos. They show a group of friends sitting around a living room coffee table trying to cook kernels of popcorn with their cell phones. "All we did was post the videos and the 9.4 million viewers took it from there," says Kathryn Rhodes, Cardo's national marketing director. "They've turned into an urban legend. People are trying to copy the videos, and when they can't pop the kernels, they post a comment asking, 'Am I not using the right popcorn or cell phone?'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by j llama View Post
    Just saw the answer a few nights ago on CNN international, here is more info:

    Viral videos to market a bluetooth earpiece!

    http://publications.mediapost.com/in...&art_aid=84988
    Cardo Systems' Online Video Creates Urban Legend Marketing

    It's only been a little more than 14 days since Cardo Systems uploaded the first of several marketing videos to Google's YouTube, but the clips have already generated more than 9 million views and tons of word-of-mouth chatter. The company, which manufactures high-end Bluetooth mobile phone headsets, designed the videos to raise brand awareness and buzz for its products.


    Cardo's creative team dreamed up the idea, but Paris-based agency Last Fools shot and produced the videos. They show a group of friends sitting around a living room coffee table trying to cook kernels of popcorn with their cell phones. "All we did was post the videos and the 9.4 million viewers took it from there," says Kathryn Rhodes, Cardo's national marketing director. "They've turned into an urban legend. People are trying to copy the videos, and when they can't pop the kernels, they post a comment asking, 'Am I not using the right popcorn or cell phone?'"


    Maybe the right head

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