Favorite Super Bowl Commercials 2010

Again there were lots of great commercials this Super Bowl but this is the first time I get to blog about them. Let me start off by saying GoDaddy.com is dead last just because I hate GoDaddy commercials so very much. Congratulations to the New Orleans Saints! The better team won even though the interception looked choreographed.

Ten Favorite Super Bowl Commercials 2010

1. Betty White – Abe Vigoda Snickers

2. Young Son Doritos

3. NCIS Headslap

4. Dog Collar Doritos

5. Bud Lite Party Right

6. Oprah, Jay and Dave Letterman

7. Brett Favre – Hyundai Sonota

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Even though Western history often excludes the accomplishments of historical Black individuals, often the truth can be found handed down from generation to generation in other societies. African traditions teach that Makeda, the Queen of Sheba, circa 960 BC, was a Black woman. Makeda and the King of Israel, Solomon. The Queen of Sheba became curious with King Solomon’s reign and paid a state visit to him that lasted for months. That would be like President Obama visiting a county with a female leader and staying there for months. Eventually King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba became lovers.

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  1. #1 by charmaine.ng on February 10, 2010 - 9:03 PM

    That Doritos ad seemed just okay to me, but people do love spunky kids, especially if they’re African American. Just saying. That played a huge role in why everyone loved Role Models…

    I didn’t even understand the GoDaddy commercials. I looked up the site and didn’t see the connection…?

    • #2 by Tom Baker on February 11, 2010 - 5:47 AM

      GoDaddy just uses sex to sell their domain and web hosting services. The ads are banned every year and every year they instruct you to go to their web site to see the unrated ad. Thanks for dropping by Charmaine.

  2. #3 by Jeff Riggs on February 8, 2010 - 6:36 AM

    The Dorito ad with the child slapping the adult was in poor taste. Corporate America should be more responsible to its cosumers.

    • #4 by Tom Baker on February 8, 2010 - 7:00 AM

      Normally I would agree with you (99% of the time), but in lots of families there is no father figure and women so desperate for a man sometimes chose poorly and its the kids that suffer.

      I seriously doubt all that went through the minds of the Ad Agency Doritos hired, but that is my take on it and I found it funny. It would be just as funny if the family was any other race too.

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