We covered the more important beer aspects of this particular vertical fantasy of brick and paint in an earlier post
. This time we have a product that "tastes better," which clearly must be a taste-sensing robot designed to surpass even the greatest sommelier in identifying the berry and citrus notes in fine wine. What's that you say? It's actually a Coca-Cola ad from the 1950s
? And the whole "mistake a commonly understood statement
for something else implausible schtick isn't actually funny?"
Okay, well, you don't have to be so mean about it.
Of course we also an ad for Anderson & Hedwall
, which seems to have confounded
prior blog attempts to identify it. Applying the best of both my google and legal fu, I can tell you they got sued. A workman's comp decision
from 1940 says that some guy who was an "electrotyper" got a hernia, so I'm guess that means it was a print shop. Take that blogosphere!
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