Wednesday, March 14, 2012

More Sterling Spelling Slip-Ups (Part 2 in a Series)

Yes, it's another edition of Cheap Donald Sterling and his lame-ass print ads in the Los Angeles Times! This time, let's give a big shout out to all those underprivileDged kids who can't afford spelling lessons, and show them how we'll ship them off to Malibu! Here's an ad from the Monday, March 12, 2012 LAT:

But just in case you happen to be a underprivileDged child aged 8-16 who isn't terrified by a man whose head is the same height as a horse's head. Check out this other ad, in the same paper, with even more poorly superimposed stock footage images (and this time, Sterling's head is so big, it can't even fit in the frame)!

Why not spend your summer being attacked by a herd of cows! And a passel of pigs! And Magnum P.I.'s helicopter (hopefully, that's TC behind the steering wheel)!

Sounds like a pretty peaceful summer to me. Can't wait for the summer camp spelling bee competition!

Earlier: Part 1


Eric Karros said...

I'm usually not one to get worked up about a published typo here or there.

But the incorrectly spelled-to-correctly spelled ratio in these ads is notably large.

And the fact they aren't merely typos but actual misspellings makes them worse.

As does the fact the misspellings are in large lettering.

As does the fact that they are coming from Sterling.

On top of all that I'm not fond when people who feel the need to publicize their charity work (unless doing so helps said charity work).

So yeah these ads are failing in a lot of ways for me.

Fred's Brim said...

It you told me that Tim and Eric (of Awesome Show "fame") made these ads, I would totally believe you

Fred's Brim said...

If a horse's head is on one end, Sterling must be what? That's right, a horse's ass

Fred's Brim said...

And that shit seems really creepy to me, and I'm not even a parent. It seems like a step below Neverland Ranch

Alex said...

images of Kamp Krusty swirl in my head