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'We want to make certain we're not just putting a band-aid on this issue, but really making an effort to change the policies that resulted in this dispute in the first place.'
Are these ads too racy for the subway?
He released his first TV ad yesterday in which he makes the case for "impeaching and removing a dangerous president."
Now that Seamless has established itself as the brand for people who think that cooking is for gross poors in Jersey, they're trying their hand at gentrification humor.
Guess what they use to make the bloody marys...
It's not what you think... OR IS IT?
Hulu is also now the most expensive subscription-streaming service.
What kind of ads were really running in 1970? A look inside one of the magazines spotted in the Mad Men offices.
A stripped-down, ad-free Times Square is more peaceful though.
Not pictured: all the horrible stuff.
What's next, op-ed columnist Whoopi Goldberg?
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