Just saw this ad on telly. Great!
Any pharmaceutical advert on telly seems to have a maybe 25% split of information on the product, and 75% of warnings about possible side-effects. Seriously, 25/75. Is this the natural progression of the litigation era? You need to pay 75% of your television advertising budget to ensure you mention the side-effects? I guess people really don’t read the instructions on the bottle.
Recently started watching the TV show True Blood. It’s a vampire show. Only a few episodes in but I can sum it up like this (if you haven’t seen it yet, there may be spoilers ahead): Fangs, opening titles, sex, drinking, sex, fangs, sex, sex, drinking, sex, fangs, drinking, fangs, sex, drinking, sex, fangs, final scene, credits. So far, it’s not too bad.