Skip to comments.Freep this poll! In here Marines!
Posted on 09/06/2007 10:48:59 PM PDT by bad company
OK, this is your chance to make a statement about your favorite statement! Have the last word about the last words. You get the idea. As you can tell, its not easy to find the right words. Theres an art to a great tagline, and these nominees are some of the best ever written. Last year, Texas Department of Transportation and FedEx entered the Madison Avenue Advertising Walk of Fame. Choose your words wisely. Vote for your favorite now!
Heh...I’ve _never_ been a Marine but voted in favor of my Marine buddies, anyway.
“The Few. The Proud. The Marines”
If you see something, say something.
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DONE for the USMC and BUMP.
I was navy but I voted in favor of our brave Marines. Amen.
I put in my vote for
Dad, dead 1 year this month.....he fought at the ‘canal’ and Bougainville. Semper fi Pop.
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ping. Anyone else want to get in on this? “Favorite slogan”?
Vote for “A Few Good Men”!
Supposed to have added “The Few. The Proud. The Marines.” to my post. Sheesh.
Done! The few the proud....the Marines! Real men to save us all! No Reids-Kerry’s Kennedy’s Clinton’s Murtha’s need apply!
Voted, now if only they would bring back that chess commerical. The cute guy in uniform and the horse made my little teenager heart go pitterpat.... lol
That said...horses still make my heart go pitterpat...but as for the guys in uniform...I had to narrow it down to one...and his uniform is green. :P
Speaking of slogans, and the Army (ok, so it’s just me)...man do I ever miss “be all that you can be”. It was right on up there with “the few, the proud.” That “Army of One” business is so...blech.
I have never even heard some of those slogans (the Pepsi one for example). So, I had my 7 year old daughter come over...once she got what the whole thing was about, it turns out the only one she recognised was Allstate...and then she promptly started singing the Nationwide jingle. Apparently she pays attention to insurance commercials. Sure enough, she then goes into telling me that I can save tons of money if I switch to Geico...15 minutes...blah blah! So, now, thanks to this one little vote, I have to discuss insurance and advertising with a 7 yr old. LOL She wants to know why our company of choice (USAA) doesn’t run commericals all the time like the others! LOL
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