Nov 17, 200912:53 PM

Ram I Am

Ram I Am

I do not like that weird Dodge Ram “My Tank Is Full’’ commercial.
For one thing, the tank won’t stay full for long, with gas mileage of 13 mpg in the city.
And I don't think that's the Ram talking. I mean, I don't see any lips moving on that grille, do you?
"My name is Ram and my tank is full.'' Sheesh. What's next?
“My name is Whopper and my bun is soft.’’
I do not like “My Name Is Ram.’’
I do not like that Ram-I-Am.
I will not watch it in a bar.
I will not watch it in a car.
I will not watch it on a phone.
I will not watch it all alone.
I will not watch it with a dog.
I will not watch it on a blog.
But you can, by clicking here.
I do not like that Ram I am.




Dec 31, 2009 03:32 pm
 Posted by  rockmann88

I agree, I think that was a strange commercial for what is actually a very good truck. Existentialism should be reserved for other places than truck ads.

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Barry Glenn used to love to play Monopoly—until he learned that unlimited borrowing from the bank wasn’t really allowed. And doesn’t that just about sum up today’s economic climate, Mr. Moneybags? All of which is to say that this blog has nothing to do with the economy or Monopoly. “Metropoly” just sounded good. Barry, managing editor of Orlando magazine since April 2009, likes to ask himself a lot of questions while driving or watching Cops. Things like “Why did they only widen this road to three lanes when they probably had money for four?” Or “Why are pigs on barbecue signs always so jolly?” Sometimes logic doesn’t wear a seatbelt. Please join Barry as he swerves into the median and overturns.

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