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if i were witty enough and had enough time, i'd like to believe i could write a rant about that dumb-ass levi's buffalo stampede commercial similar to "i've got this great new idea for a bold new ad" :

"So these bison are tearing the place up, there are like a gazillion of them. And glass is breaking and things are crumbling, you know, it's a disaster. It's chaos. It's a metaphor for the world we live in, you know. And the people watching the commercial are like, get out of the way, you two pretty people! The huge herd of bison are headed straight for Mr. and Ms. Disaffected, and they show no signs of slowing or stopping to graze."

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