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You would think that people in advertising would know that, in 2010, some in-house dutch ruddering couldn’t possibly compete with the other biggest event of the year, which at least had night trains and street drinking. Instead the Loeries bought us roving packs of drunken account managers proclaiming their greatness in the venues they had rented to keep the “public” out, while secretly wondering where the real party was.

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  1. Dan says:

    Total KUk. Why do these over-moneyed poes-wanks have to throw an annual song and dance in celebration of their manufactured greatness? What other industry has an annual awards ceremony that involves as much intellectual pollution? Anyone involved in advertising should be so ashamed of their participation in the destruction of the creative arts, not picking up fucking trophies.

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  2. Brett says:

    I have to agree… even as a person who studied branding and marketing… the people I met on Fri night who spilled over from Mercury to the Shack were living so far up their own asses they had tapeworms for moustaches.

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  3. Bill Hicks says:

    “Here’s the deal, folks: you do a commercial, and you’re off the artistic roll-call forever, end of story, okay? You’re another corporate fucking shill, you’re another whore at the capitalist gangbang, and if you do a commercial, there’s a price on your head, everything you say is suspect, and every word that comes out of your mouth is now like a turd falling into my drink.”

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  4. fatass says:

    I think its safe to say none of u won a Loerie this year…is that sour grapes I smell?

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  5. Andy says:

    ah ha ha… you got to be in it to win it

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  6. Roger Young says:

    We didn’t win any blog awards either.

    I won something at the Cannes Lions once. It was the year my heroin addiction started.

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  7. Kook says:

    I think you’d find that if you had a version for “real” artists or non-corporate creative arts, there’d but just as many tapeworm moustaches floating about, but just more cleverly disguised due solely to the distinct lack of cocaine habit funding. That being said, I do think it’d be a far more interesting event..

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  8. Stephan says:

    At least we have some really good tv ads to watch. We could be watching British tv and only see that kak ads that everybody hates, all day long.

    But i suppose none of you watch tv cause that would be giving in to THE MAN and selling out or whatever.

    Not that i’m a fan of fluffing their arses or anything.

    Print ads are usually kak anyway so no comment there.

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  9. James Bondage says:

    On a mission to the jungles of Brazil I discovered an ancient temple.

    The people of the surrounding villages were known for using the powder of the coca plant in preparation for their rituals, which involved sacrificing creativity for sales figures and fashion sense for acceptance, while a majestic stone bird with jewels for eyes and a massive erection tipped with obsidian oversaw the event.

    I spoke to their chief, Sportscene Originals, and he told me that he tried to read American Psycho but had to stop because the clothes Patrick Bateman described for pages and pages distracted him from the story and he found himself Googling the outfits instead.


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