Vizio FORGE Super Bowl Ad: Too Many Memes

Posted: Feb 9 2010, 10:10am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:24pm CDT, in News | Super Bowl

 

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Future generations will judge us for our memes, and we will not hold up well to scrutiny. Can you imagine students fifty years from now watching a video of Chocolate Rain or the Numa Numa guy in history class? This stuff all had important (if ridiculous) social impacts. There will be people who dedicate their entire lives to studying popular cultural memes, and they are going to think we were all high the duration of the last decade.

Vizio's FORGE Super Bowl ad references many of the more popular viral phenomenons of the last few years. The idea being that their new HDTVs are packed full of Internet-y goodness thanks to Vizio's new internet apps. While the commercial was a wince-inducing trip down memory lane, I really like the look of that HDTV. Can I get one without access to YouTube?

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