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"If you crave insight into the wacky, zany, madcap--albeit very serious--business of advertising, this is a great place to begin."--Miami Herald A witty and frank look at the ad biz from one of its most respected voices Advertising has become an endless stream of clich?s, cheesy productions, miscast celebrities, and gratuitous sex--and take-no-prisoners Advertising Age columnist Bob Garfield has had enough. In the often hilarious, always dead-on And Now a Few Words from Me, Garfield looks at the best and the worst in today's advertising as he tells advertising pros that it's time to swallow their own egos, return clients' rights to the forefront, and--once and for all--eliminate bad advertising from the face of the earth.
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Bob Garfield (born c. 1955) is an American journalist and commentator. He is a co-host of On the Media from WNYC.
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