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NYC Mayor Blasts Rheingold TV Ads


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As the company sought new ways to win attention for its brand, Bendheim decided to create a series of ads poking fun at city laws that prohibit dancing in bars without cabaret licenses and ban smoking in public places. The ads are scheduled to begin airing Wednesday.

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Good for Rheingold and good for Benheim. When's Schafer coming back?

As the mayor watched the New York Mets' home opener at Shea Stadium on Monday, he sipped a Coors

Coors? In Shea??!! That is so freakin' wrong it defies belief. Casey Stengal must be spinning in his grave. Ed Kranepool would of bowed his head and wept. Does Yogi know about this?

Bloomberg should move to Aspen. I'd bet he already spends a big chunk of his time there.

PJ

Edit: Edited to Edit.

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"Epater les bourgeois."

--Lester Bangs via Bruce Sterling

(Dori Bangs)

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