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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Useless Ad on TeeFow/Fernsehen.

There's this ad on TV at the moment, advertising those metal screens you can get for your windows and doors. See that wouldn't be a problem at all, except for the fact their main selling point is that it "keeps the outside, outside." What it means is, say, if you have an abitrary tree branch that just happens to be growing on the side of house, and the breeze quite annoyingly makes the branch continually knock against the side of your door, you should buy their screens because they keep the branch out of your home.

NO. IT DOES NOT WORK LIKE THAT.

If a branch is constantly hitting your door and it annoys you, YOU DON'T BUY A FREAKING SCREEN to "keep it out". You freaking CUT IT DOWN. 

Ugh.

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