Monday, February 6, 2017

make money from home

Advert depicting immigrants inventing the American beer brand leads to boycott calls – and mockery of them – on social media

Part of the ritual of the Super Bowl is the analysis of the adverts shown during the game, when US television networks use the large audience numbers to charge astronomical sums for commercial slots.

This year, during the first Super Bowl of Donald Trump’s presidency, the US brewery Anheuser-Busch used its slot to send a pro-immigration message to the nation.

Never drinking @Budweiser you should respect the AMERICAN president instead you mock with liberal propaganda #boycottbudweiser

@Budweiser @GoingCrazyMomma screw Budweiser. You should have learned from the response you got with Amy Schumer. No LEFTY political BS.

The people who spent the last 18 months mocking extreme sensitivity in our culture are mad at a beer commercial

I support your right to be a snowflake who boycotts a product over an ad, but at least spell "Budweiser" correctly. #boycottbudwiser

Apparently with enough pro-immigrant brand ads, we can reduce the alt-right to living off squirrel meat & pond water #BoycottBudweiser

So people want to #BoycottBudweiser for airing a benign pro-immigrant ad? You really have to hate foreigners to give up beer on #Superbowl

Wait, wait, wait... People are seriously fact checking a Budweiser ad? At first I thought it was a joke, but I think people are serious.

Don't boycott Budweiser because it is foreign owned and made an anti-Trump ad, boycott them because it taste like skunk piss.

Continue reading...

from Advertising | The Guardian