A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from October 10, 2017
“If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion commercial”

Many people tape programs and fast forward through the advertisements. James Breakwell‏ wrote on Twitter on March 20, 2013:

“If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion commercial that runs at normal speed when you fast forward through it on a DVR.”

It’s not known if any advertiser has taken Breakwell’s advice.


Twitter
James Breakwell‏
@XplodingUnicorn
If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion commercial that runs at normal speed when you fast forward through it on a DVR.
8:29 AM - 20 Mar 2013

Twitter
Shane Kortum‏
@SugaShanie
If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion commercial that runs at normal speed when you fast forward through it on a DVR.
12:42 AM - 21 Mar 2013

Twitter
Wanted Powers‏
@WantedPowers
Replying to @XplodingUnicorn
Nice! @XplodingUnicorn: If advertisers were smart, they’d make a slow-motion commercial that runs at norm speed when fast forward on a DVR
1:04 PM - 6 Apr 2013

Funny Status
If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion…
April 7, 2013 Movies / Televison Status Updates
If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion commercial that runs at normal speed when you fast forward through it on a DVR.

Twitter
Bill Murray‏
@BiIIMurray
If advertisers were smart, they’d make a silent, slow-motion commercial that runs at normal speed when you fast forward through it on a DVR.
2:30 PM - 10 Oct 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityRadio/Television • Tuesday, October 10, 2017 • Permalink