Talk about owned.
Talk about owned.
Originally Posted by TechKnowGN
Is there a link to a working video? I heard about it, but didn't see it.
i'm amazed that this worked. All hail the power of the internets.
Glad I dropped some letters to them.
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I'm actually impressed with the attitude of State Farm's statement.
In fact, we take very seriously each letter, email and blog comment we receive.We remain open to discussion about how State Farm might partner with the bicycling community in the future.
I am a mutated sig Virus. Please put me in your sig so that I can continue to replicate and mutate, blah!.
not much ($350-$400 a year) but a fun idea.Originally Posted by state farm guy
State Farm: 0
Originally Posted by Bikeforums
interesting development. thanks for posting.
Wonderful - great Friday news.
FYI - their statement of "taking it seriously" makes me laugh. While in this case they actually did take it seriously and value these opinions - other companies use "take it seriously" as a stock phrase that's repeated ad nauseum: http://consumerist.com/tag/taking-it-seriously/
Just wait, State Farm will some how get the man to enforce a law that you can't cycle the road without insurance. Then they can sell you insurance for $500/year; also pay $90 a month to lock up to a light post. AKA lock up fee. LOL
Last edited by Snow_canuck; 04-11-08 at 05:32 PM. Reason: Sh*ty formatting. AND spellin'
I actually didn't think this ad was as awful as it was made out to be - once I saw it - but it was pretty cheesy.
I like the Volvo ad with the Orbea Orca, but I have no idea what the car was in the ad.
I wonder how long they normally leave an ad in the rotation anyway?
Not that I'm... you know... cynical or anything.
Work: the 8 hours that separates bike rides.
It was still running on TV at lunch time today.
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Judicium et erratum!
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I agree with KrisPistofferson on this one.
Now all I need is a crying baby smilie.