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August 4, 2014 - 1:59 pm

Love the portrayal of the Dad in this ad, even with the shallow analogy to a breakfast cereal. I could write a lot more about this, but I think you’ll get it right away, and probably share it.

Let’s hope some Dad in Hollywood gets it, and builds a sitcom or a movie or both around this vision of Fatherhood.

(BTW, I wouldn’t eat Peanut Butter Cheerios if one bowl inoculated me against chiggers for life. Love peanut butter when it stands alone — rugged, independent — but not all mushed up in other stuff. That’s just how I am.)

Scott Ott co-hosts a news, commentary and humor show called Trifecta on PJTV. He created and hosted the 20-part series on the Constitution titled Freedom's Charter. His satire site, ScrappleFace, spawned three books and praise from Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Mark Levin and many others.
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It was really great right up until he dropped into the ghetto there at the end.

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They'll have to beat this guy down. Nothing good can ever be said or implied about a white male.

And self confidence is particularly threatening.
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Dads are sometimes portrayed as oafs of some kind, but then so are lots of characters on TV and in ads. There are twit moms, kids, grandparents...
This is an upbeat portrayal and I like it. It's one of many and we could use more. The comic forms have their place too.
11 weeks ago
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Bravo!
11 weeks ago
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I would eat the south end of a north bound rino if it innoculated be from chiggers for life, they chew me up.
11 weeks ago
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Thanks for the imagery.
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Andrew, think about that next time you sit down to a nice slice of ham.

;-)

11 weeks ago
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I know people around here hate Rino's, but this is ridiculous!
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