According to real, exact knowledge, one force, or two forces, can never produce a phenomenon. The presence of a third force is necessary, for it is only with the help of a third force that the first two can produce what may be called a phenomenon, no matter in what sphere.
- Gurdjieff, Russian Adept, Teacher and Writer (1873-1949)
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These ones didn’t get as much love from viewers. Here’s the round up of commercials ranked 36th through 60th in Facebook likes. Enjoy and be sure to like your favorites:
I wonder how many flight attendents across the world took offense to the “Air Waitress!” crack on this one?
It may have ranked a lowly 47 out of 60, but I’ll definitely be tuning into the History Channel for this one:
Budweiser scored big with the Clydesdale commercial, but the launch of their new Black Crown beer fell flatter than that half-drank glass from last night’s party, both commercials winding up as the third and fourth least popular commercials of the night:
Second to last of last night’s sixty Super Bowl ads, Subway’s outtake collection on the FebruANY promotion only managed 27 likes on Facebook:
Last on the list, when you factor in that most of the votes probably came from employees of Pepsi and the ad agency, only 25 likes on Facebook makes for a pretty poorly received ad: