Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Pah Ha!!!

This is someones comment on Fair View Sues blog on the new Slick It Up commercial..... PAHAHAHAH Did he REALLY THINK that footage was ours?! "Those two boys" ummm I didnt buy a TIME MACHINE and cast Anthony Michael Hall in my new commercial?! ... THIS is why I do not allow comments on Vimeo or Youtube... I genuinely think the "Comments" option is one of the biggest mistakes of the 00's ... Never before has ANYTHING been shared with a "comments" page... Its useless, random opinions mean nothing and certainly dont need to be shared ... Moma doesnt put a little piece of paper saying "comments" under the art...
This is is the comment and its genius: "stupid and missing the point entirely – at least dumb little me did…..quite a let down after the first series of ads and those two boys are way too young"
Ps. I went back to being brown haired... This lighting make my eyebrows look WAAAY Jersey style... I promise you they are NOT.

8 comments:

IanJ said...

In most cases (generalizing here) comments sections are filled with the slightly veiled hatred of jealous non-creative people, or people totally frustrated because they know they are not smart enough to get the joke! just feel sorry for them Bridgette, i mean David

Gregory said...

Oh I loved the blond hair! But you are sexy no matter what color :)

Sue said...

Yeah, well poor andre has never seen the movie. But neither have I. So, I'm gonna get it from Netflix and remedy that. It is never too late to learn something. BTW - Who said you could read my blog! LOL!

glen0330 said...

Hey, can you turn off the "automatic start" feature on the video you posted on Saturday? It scares the shit out of me when your page loads.

MikeyG said...

David - you were hawt as a blond - you are hawt as a brunette as well... damn boy - you HAWT any way you give it to us! yeah... it's just Mikey gushing... *gush-sum-more*

gavin said...

One way or another, haters will always post negative, dishonest and invalid reviews of your work (and everyone else's) on the internet.

But you're right, you shouldn't have to open your official forums to haters or keep their inappropriate comments.

As an artist, I want to see even the worst reviews of my work. The merits of their arguments and credibility of the source make it VERY easy to dismiss a lot of people.

Lucien said...

Dave -this is good good stuff youdid here - VERY VERY GOOD

Andrew said...

Hahaha! Man, you're giving waaay to much credibility to someone's opinion! I bet that dude Andre didn't event though 1 second before posting his comment and forgot about it the next minute.

I think the idea is adorable and you have to make more commercials or just spoofs like that!!! How about Star Wars????