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Why This Mad Man Just Got Back Into the Ad Business at Age 94

Larry Rinck, a 94-year-old Mad Man who steered advertising for the famous S&H Green Stamps in the 1960s and '70s—has come out of retirement to show today's millennial whippersnappers how it's ...
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Larry Rinck comes full circle
By David Gianatasio
Larry Rinck, a 94-year-old Mad Man who steered advertising for the famous S&H Green Stamps in the 1960s and '70s—has come out of retirement to show today's millennial whippersnappers how it's ...
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Changing the game in only 0.4 seconds
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BBH unleashes holiday spot
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Surfer's family protests South African spot
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Open house makes for a fun Halloween stunt
By David Kiefaber
To get people excited about Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, the horror-movie franchise staged the ultimate haunted-house prank—an open house in the actual home where the first Paranormal Activity was ...
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The Great Khali struggles with not-so-great infrastructure
By Marty Swant
It's tough to find a cement commercial that's all it's cracked up to be, but India's Ambuja Cement has managed it with this amusing mockumentary starring an aging WWE wrestler.
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Jon Neill's creations always look hangry
By Tim Nudd
You might think you carve a mean pumpkin, but Jon Neill will kick the orange pulp and seeds out of you any day of the week—particularly in October, when his master carving skills are most in demand.
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Tweet is swiftly deleted
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Brands are generally getting less error prone on Twitter, as evidenced by the longer period of time between epic fails. But IHOP on Sunday obliged with a doozy—a tweet about pancakes that doubled as an insult ...
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Deep thoughts from Betty
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If you read some recent tweets from Australian barbecue chain Chicken Treat, you might conclude that a strange bird is running its feed.
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Vacuum cleaners only respond to estrogen?
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Here's a new one: An anti-sexism ad has been pulled for being, well, sexist.
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