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February 26, 2008


Mike Butler

That a body double was used for Dr. Jarvik in that part of the commercial showing him rowing (the real Dr. Jarvik doesn't row), I find especially rich.

On Feb. 25th I posted an article on my blog:

with clips of cigarette ads from the 50s showing how companies have used advertising to mislead the public.

Now that Jarvik won't be advertising Lipitor, I think the Flintstones are available (they can't tout Winstons any more.)

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