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Candy
2005-Jan-08, 11:56 PM
Fox Nixes Ad Showing Mickey Rooney's Rear (http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/news?e=pri&dt=050108&cat=strange&st=stranged87fj7b o3&src=ap)


Mickey Rooney's bare end zone won't be part of the Super Bowl advertising blitz, Fox TV said Friday. The network rejected a cold remedy commercial that includes a brief shot of the 84-year-old actor's behind, said Fox Sports spokesman Lou D'Ermilio.
Judy Garland saw it! :lol:

BABB needs some life tonight!

NASA Fan
2005-Jan-09, 12:04 AM
I do not care who it is, I do not want to see an old man's bare end.

Gullible Jones
2005-Jan-09, 12:10 AM
Heck no.

Candy
2005-Jan-09, 12:17 AM
Current and former Mrs. Rooney's:

'January (Jan) Chamberlin' (1978 - present)
'Carolyn Hockett' (1969 - 1974) (divorced)
'Marge Lane' (1967 - 1967) (divorced after only 100 days)
'Barbara Ann Thomason' (1958 - 1966) (murdered)
'Elaine Mahnken' (1952 - 1958) (divorced)
Martha Vickers (1948 - 1951) (divorced)
'Betty Jane Rase' (1944 - 1948) (divorced)
Ava Gardner (January 1942 - May 1943) (divorced)

I wonder why I thought he had been married to Judy Garland. :-k

Gullible Jones
2005-Jan-09, 01:18 AM
Wait a minute... Someone said "yes"?! :o

sarongsong
2005-Jan-09, 01:35 AM
What's with Mickey's 3rd breast?

Candy
2005-Jan-09, 01:41 AM
What's with Mickey's 3rd breast?
That's nasty. But I looked, twice. 8-[

sarongsong
2005-Jan-09, 01:48 AM
Now watch the Chargers on their way to '39', over the Jets in the rain :roll:

Candy
2005-Jan-09, 04:07 AM
Now watch the Chargers on their way to '39', over the Jets in the rain :roll:
Did you guys think this thread was about Football? :lol:

ZaphodBeeblebrox
2005-Jan-09, 04:28 AM
Wait a minute... Someone said "yes"?! :o

What ...

Just because It's an Old Man's Butt ...

C'mon, aren't you guys, Just a Little Curious?

sarongsong
2005-Jan-09, 06:21 AM
...Did you guys think this thread was about Football? :lol:
Nevermind (http://www.chargers.com/) [-(

R.A.F.
2005-Jan-09, 10:06 AM
What?! The Chargers lost?? DAMN!

OK..now back to the subject of the thread...

NO ROONEY BUTT!!!!

Maksutov
2005-Jan-09, 01:26 PM
Now watch the Chargers on their way to '39', over the Jets in the rain :roll:
It's actually "29" for the Chargers. 29 more weeks until their next football game, during the exhibition season.

Master258
2005-Jan-10, 01:25 AM
vikings beat packers 31-17 in Green bay in the first ever meeting in the playoffs

mike alexander
2005-Jan-10, 05:43 AM
Of course I said 'yes'. Let the Mick have some fun.

Besides, I'd really LOVE to hear complaints to the FCC about it.

Kebsis
2005-Jan-10, 06:20 AM
Yes I would like to see the rump

Candy
2005-Jan-10, 06:22 AM
8 more yes votes, and it's a go! :lol:

Maksutov
2005-Jan-10, 06:37 AM
8 more yes votes, and it's a go! :lol:
Where's it going? :-k

Candy
2005-Jan-10, 06:45 AM
8 more yes votes, and it's a go! :lol:
Where's it going? :-k
Hopefully, bare.

Maksutov
2005-Jan-10, 06:51 AM
8 more yes votes, and it's a go! :lol:
Where's it going? :-k
Hopefully, bare.
Perhaps runnin' bare:


RUNNING BEAR
(J.P. Richardson)
Johnny Preston (Mercury 71474, 1959)

On the banks of the river
Stood Runnin' Bear, young Indian brave
On the other side of the river
Stood his lovely Indian maid
Little White Dove was-a her name
Such a lovely sight to see
But their tribes fought with each other
So their love could never be

Runnin' Bear loved Little White Dove
With a love big as the sky
Runnin' Bear loved Little White Dove
With a love that couldn't die

He couldn't swim the raging river
'Cause the river was too wide
He couldn't reach Little White Dove
Waiting on the other side
In the moonlight he could see her
Throwing kisses 'cross the waves
Her little heart was beating faster
Waiting there for her brave

Runnin' Bear loved Little White Dove
With a love big as the sky
Runnin' Bear loved Little White Dove
With a love that couldn't die

Runnin' Bear dove in the water
Little White Dove did the same
And they swam out to each other
Through the swirling stream they came
As their hands touched and their lips met
The ragin' river pulled them down
Now they'll always be together
In that happy hunting ground

Runnin' Bear loved Little White Dove
With a love big as the sky
Runnin' Bear loved Little White Dove
With a love that couldn't die.
Guess Who?

Candy
2005-Jan-10, 08:14 AM
RUNNING BEAR
Guess Who?
Walter Payton, Willie Gault, Mike Singletary, Jim McMahon, Otis Wilson, Steve Fuller, Mike Richardson, Richard Dent, Gary Fencik, and William Perry. (http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Alley/4587/shuffle.html)

Maksutov
2005-Jan-10, 08:23 AM
RUNNING BEAR
Guess Who?
Walter Payton, Willie Gault, Mike Singletary, Jim McMahon, Otis Wilson, Steve Fuller, Mike Richardson, Richard Dent, Gary Fencik, and William Perry. (http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Alley/4587/shuffle.html)
Wonder if they ever found that truffle? They've had 19 years now.

Candy
2005-Feb-01, 02:16 PM
Bump for some skin vote! 8-[

Enzp
2005-Feb-02, 07:53 AM
Rooney Butt, Rooney Butt. Hey we got rights y'know. Is this AMerica or some kinda gulag? I think ANdy took out a Colonial Penn policy on that butt. Michael Powell is gone, so now we should get Rooney Butt.

Join the movement. Tell your friends, we'll march on the FCC. (Freakin' COmmie Censors). Free Andy Rooney!!!

etc, etc, etc

Glom
2005-Feb-02, 10:55 PM
Go Falcons! Oh wait, they're already out.

My flatmate is a proper gambler and he got this great tip off the night before the last game Atlanta won before being knocked out. Basically, the odds given for Atlanta winning the Superbowl were 12:1. So if he bet 50 on the Falcons, he could stand to make 550. However, if they didn't win, he's out 50. But the tipoff he got said it was a pretty much sure thing that Atlanta would win that game that night and in which case, the odds would go up to 6:1.

After that, he could lay the bet, which means that essentially the gambler and the dealer are reversed. If Matt laid 50 on Atlanta, then if they lost, he would get 50. However, if they won, he would have to pay a penalty of the lay times the odds of them winning. So basically, after that sure thing game, he lays Atlanta with odds of 6:1. This means that if Atlanta won, he would have to pay a penalty of 300.

However, he had already bet before on them winning with odds of 12:1, which means a profit of 550. So that means that if Atlanta won, then he would, after all the gambling gymnastics, be up 250. Not bad.

If they lost, he would get 50 because of the lay, which would cover the 50 he bet on Atlanta winning so he would breakeven.

Therefore, what was neat about this was that after the initial risk of that first game (I think it was the quarter finals), there would be nothing to lose. If Atlanta lost, he loses nothing overall, if they win, he's up 250. It was basically a case of sacrificing a bit of winnings to CYA.

Swift
2005-Feb-02, 11:18 PM
I heard about another ad that was dropped. It was for some beer, I think Budweiser. They were going to show this stagehand backstage with a bottle of beer, looking for an opener. He can't find one, so he takes this costume with some buckles on it and tries to use a buckle to open the bottle. He rips the costume, looks around, and puts it back on the rack. Of course the costume is Janet Jackson's from last years halftime show.

I thought that was pretty funny, but they chickened out and decided not to use it.

By the way, I just realized that I passed kilo-e in the past few days (1000 times the base of the natural log). Hey, if kilo-pi is so great, why no kilo-e? :D

Doodler
2005-Feb-02, 11:22 PM
I heard about another ad that was dropped. It was for some beer, I think Budweiser. They were going to show this stagehand backstage with a bottle of beer, looking for an opener. He can't find one, so he takes this costume with some buckles on it and tries to use a buckle to open the bottle. He rips the costume, looks around, and puts it back on the rack. Of course the costume is Janet Jackson's from last years halftime show.


DOH!!! That would have been AWESOME!!! #-o :lol:

Lycus
2005-Feb-02, 11:25 PM
I heard about another ad that was dropped. It was for some beer, I think Budweiser. They were going to show this stagehand backstage with a bottle of beer, looking for an opener. He can't find one, so he takes this costume with some buckles on it and tries to use a buckle to open the bottle. He rips the costume, looks around, and puts it back on the rack. Of course the costume is Janet Jackson's from last years halftime show.

Here ya go:

Budweiser ad (http://movies.collegehumor.com/media/movies/budcommercial.wmv) (1.2 MB)

Candy
2005-Feb-06, 11:37 PM
There's a Charmed marathon on TNT (must see TV), so what time should I flip to see the half-time commercials for the Super Bowl? 8-[

frenat
2005-Feb-06, 11:46 PM
Ifilm.com already has a page up for the superbowl ads once they've been aired. They also have the ones that were banned. The page is here
http://dyn.ifilm.com/superbowlads/
Anybody know why the NFL won't allow the Wynn hotel ad to be shown?

Candy
2005-Feb-07, 12:57 AM
OMG, I keep flipping back and forth to see half-time. I get a glipse of boredom.

From a business point of view, there is no color - no excitement. There is nothing to keep my attention to actually watch the game.

Charmed it is! At least, those girls are cute.

Spacewriter
2005-Feb-07, 01:22 AM
Pretty lame halftime, even if it is mccartney.... i blame bush. ;)

Candy
2005-Feb-07, 01:23 AM
Paul McCartney rocks! http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/aktion/action-smiley-035.gif

BUSH FOR PRESIDENT! 8)

Candy
2005-Feb-07, 01:29 AM
Oh, one of my favorite songs. "Hey, Jude."

jami cat
2005-Feb-07, 01:38 AM
Wow! :D a SB Halftime that didnt Suck. :x

scottmsg
2005-Feb-07, 03:34 AM
Anybody know why the NFL won't allow the Wynn hotel ad to be shown?

It's probably because of the Las Vegas connection. The NFL gets were picky with anything even remotely connected with gambling. Commecials for Cialis and achohol are fine and dandy, but no gambling. :roll:

NASA Fan
2005-Feb-07, 05:08 AM
I guess that McCartney was a safe choice--little danger of him having a wardrobe malfunction.

I enjoyed it.

TriangleMan
2005-Feb-07, 11:50 AM
Sorry but it was a pretty dull half-time show. I like Paul McCartney and have many of his songs on my mp3 player but for a Superbowl you need someone whose music has more energy.