Monday, April 29, 2013

Y is for Yellow Pages


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Mark Feuerstein thinks Mel Gibson is losing it when Mel, in desperation, searches through the Yellow Pages for an exorcist.

What would be a good slogan for an exorcist advertisement?

10 comments:

  1. I'm not good with slogans....I thought your question was going to be 'does anyone use the yellow pages anymore?' lol

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    1. JoJo: good question. For me the answer is "rarely"... Comes in handy when the Internet is down, I guess.

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  2. I am with JoJo--I am not good with slogans, either, and I certainly wouldn't know one for an exorcist! Yellow pages are certainly a thing of the past around here--the internet has so much more current information. It seems like when the book is published it is already out of date!
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    1. Ornery, I agree. I find things faster online as well. Looking through our Yellow Pages is exhausting. It's not organized very well.

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  3. Exorcise Your Inner Demons? That's terrible. Just discovering your blog for the first time as I make my way through the A-Z Challenge. Please check us out and sign up to follow if you like what you see. Juliet atCity Muse Country Muse

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    1. Juliet: I love your slogan. Works for me! Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the closing days of the challenge!

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  4. Couldn't think of anything better than Juliet's. I still use the yellow pages - because the internet often wants to give you info from the other side of the world instead of the place up the street!

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    1. Craig: Seems like older people use them and younger ones don't, but I'm in the middle. Hmmm...exorcist slogan...how about "Got Demons?"

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  5. Exorcist slogan? I'll have to think on that one. Although, I'd think you'd find an exorcist through word of mouth more than the Yellow Pages. But what do I know? Haven't needed one.

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    1. Liz: Or perhaps a "before" and "after" angle?

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