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Z5 FILMS

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Aug 13, 2007
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The Woodlands, TX
I'll never forget the .com era. 17 year old kids getting millions to start crummy .com's and driving around in new Ferrari 360's, 23 year old .com CEOs buying personal helicopters, anyone whos asked for $10 million to start dogturds.com would of got it, market going crazy, etc

Man those were the days.

Now my favorite two commercials happen to be from those days.

Money Out The Wahzoo

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0_tfoTTGOQ"]YouTube - Super Bowl Ad (2000) E*Trade - "Out of the Whazoo!"[/ame]

Then the bubble burst....

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9s66TCVaxU"]YouTube - Chimp Riding a Horse[/ame]
 
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Love the 2nd one -- I don't think many people understand the crying Indian analogy due to age differences ... but I sure do!
 

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