KMateja said:"The game-show angle represents a creative push to build word-of-mouth attention for Pepsi. "
are there really people out there that don't know about Pepsi? I'm just so skeptical about things like this. But then, I'm not a big fan of advirtising anyway.
Your not even kidding!!Can't wait for it to be warm enough to sit on the porch and drink beer.
"Kanchana, a 17-year-old macaque, waits her turn to perform on stage in a monkey show in Lopburi province, 150 km (93 miles) east of Bangkok, May 30,2003. Lopburi is famous for the thousands of monkeys that live side-by-side with humans in the town, and they are the province's most important tourist attraction."
Sorry to bring an old thead out of the past but this brought back too many good memories. Check out the bolded quote. Perhaps that is why MJ like's 'em young.This is London said:This is
12/05/05 - Showbiz! section
Jacko used chimps as cleaners
Michael Jackson used his pet chimpanzees to clean Neverland ranch, his trial heard yesterday.
The creatures would help the star by dusting, cleaning windows and brushing the toilets, the jury heard.
In a clip of outtakes from Martin Bashir's ITV1 documentary Living With Michael Jackson, the singer described how he got his animals to help with household chores.
'They are very smart. Their DNA is identical to humans when you look under a microscope,' he said.
He also revealed his beloved pet chimp Bubbles was moved to a monkey sanctuary after he became too strong and started to rebel against him - like a teenage child.
He said: 'They are very, very strong. They are very powerful.'