That was rated as the worst ad for the SB. Of all the ratings, it was
the very last one. I thought it was sickening too, and I'd rate it as
the worst also!
The top rated one was Budweiser's with the Clydesdales, (called
Brotherhood) which I thought was absolutely awesome.
The Doritos one with the goat was funny as was the Oreo cookies. I also
liked the one called Space Babies for Kia. The baby dancing Gangham
style was cute. I also liked the one for Dodge Ram which praises
farmers, and that was 2nd or 3rd in the ratings. The one called Coke
Chase was kind of funny, as well as Taco Bell's one with the old people.
I also liked Man V/S cheetah.
E-Trade's baby, Toyota Wishes, Megan Fox - Motorola, and the Blackberry
one where the guys is on fire, were worth watching too.
Other than that, not too much stood out.
From personal experience, I've found the side effects of most meds to be
worse than what they are supposed to treat. Not too long ago I have a
sinus infection. Got prescribed 3 pills and some nasal spray. The spray
is fine, but those pills made me feel like I was in space, could not
concentrate, could not think clearly, and was getting dizzy spells that
actually made me fall down. I called the doc and asked what the pills
were for. Antibiotic / something to dry out sinuses / pain pills. I
asked if I really needed all of them. He said the antibiotic will kill
off the infection, the dry out shit would make me feel better, but said
that was probably the one causing the dizzies and other side effects,
and the pain pill only makes a person feel better and was not necessary,
plus it can make a person very tired and sometimes disoriented. He told
me to continue the antibiotics and only take one of the others and see
if the side effects stop. I took the antibiotic, used the spray, and
stopped both of the others and felt a heck of a lot better. Just
stuffed and runny nose. I decided to just do that and no more. A week
later I was fine. The stuffed / runny nose and headache was much less
of a problem than the side effects of the pills, which also caused me to
get hurt from falling down.
I wish I could find a doctor that was into natural medicines, but they
dont exist in rural areas. It seems that the more pills the doctors
prescribe, the sicker a person gets.
On 2/5/2013 3:09 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I used to get awful sinus infections until one day out of desperation, I
took my Hoover vacuum cleaner, turned it on and pushed to end of the
hose over my nose. I felt a couple of sharp painful tugs under my left
eye and the pressure vanished then the pain diminished, finally going
away. I told an ENT doctor about it and he laughed telling me that he
uses a smaller vacuum extraction tube that he inserts into a patient's
nose to do the same thing. I don't get horrid sinus infections anymore
and if I get really stopped up, out comes the Hoover vacuum. ^_^
On 2/5/2013 7:13 PM, email@example.com wrote:
I have both saline and oxymetazoline hydrochloride .05% spray right
here in front of me. I would often use the decongestant first then whip
out the vacuum cleaner. The loud reverse snort which can vibrate my
whole head is very entertaining. I should record it as a sound effect. ^_^
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