Last month I wrote about the new New York Lottery commercial that managed to pack a ton of uni-related details about a fictitious baseball team called the New York Pigeons into less than 30 seconds. (If you missed that entry, or if you just want to refresh your memory, I strongly suggest that you . . . → Read More: Exclusive: The Story Behind the New York Pigeons
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What have we here? It’s a 1970s print ad for Uniroyal Tires, featuring three spokescharacters named Uni (!), Roy, and Al posing with matching cars.
How did I learn about this ad campaign? The wheels started turning a . . . → Read More: Vintage Jersey Leads to New Form of Uni-Watching
The New York State Lottery has been running a TV commercial lately that’s set in a ballpark. Like most lottery commercials, it’s pretty stupid, but this one happens to be fairly uni-notable. Honestly, I hadn’t paid close attention to it myself until Mets Police blogger Shannon Shark mentioned it to me the other day, . . . → Read More: Lottery Ad Hits Jackpot with Uni-Related Details
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For better or worse, I have never watched the Investigation Discovery show Welcome To Murdertown. In fact, I had never heard of it until yesterday. Fortunately for us, however, reader Trevor Johnson watches it, and he spotted something odd while watching Season One, Episode Six. As you . . . → Read More: TV Show’s Jersey Choice Is Something to Ponder