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Thread: Just what are commercials selling anyway?

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    Default Just what are commercials selling anyway?

    Move-a-Moto

    Are commercials selling; sex, a product, or just plain weirdness?

    You will need to watch the entire clip to get my question.

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    The point of a good ad is to make it memorable. This ad achieved it quite well. You are here spreading the message, are you not?

    PS: I want that product...

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    It may be nice to have, unfortunately they don't make a lift for cruisers.



    P.S. Do you ride a bike too or do you just want to ride the sponsor? :tongue:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khaymen View Post
    Do you ride a bike or do you just want to ride the sponsor?

    Unfortunately for me, they don't make a lift for cruisers.
    I ride a bike. Don't like my driveway, it is on an incline and I don't like backing out.

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    I find it odd that sometimes it's hard to figure out the product in some commercials. What's the point of the commercial if no one knows what it's advertising?

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    Yeah. It is absolutely useless, like those Yellow Pages mobile app commercials on the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hal0ispwnd View Post
    Yeah. It is absolutely useless, like those Yellow Pages mobile app commercials on the internet.
    This product is actually quite useful. My driveway is on an incline, except for the garage. I don't like backing out down an incline on a bike. Being able to turn it on the spot would be great.

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    Just lift up the front end if you can...if you can't, well I don't have a solution. Lift up the front end while holding the brake. Or you could save yourself the trouble by parking on the street...although I can't see many people parking their precious bikes on the street.

    ---------- Post added at 11:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:43 PM ----------

    There is always a downside to a solution.

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    I believe you underestimate the weight of Zephiel's Harley.

    Pushing a bike that weighs 600lbs or more can be a challenge. Picking one up, well I consider myself a strong guy, but I wouldn't want to do it on a regular basis.

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