In military parlance, KIA means ‘killed in action’, which is basically what the NFL tries to do to any Super Bowl commercial that even suggests gambling. So when car maker KIA’s Super Bowl spot depicted 10-seconds worth of Las Vegas Strip imagery, including shots of prominent casinos, the league had a minor coronary. While the ad agency responsible for the spot (which ranked fourth on the most-popular Super Bowl ad list) claims to have delivered it to CBS on time, NFL bigwigs are claiming they never saw it, while the rest of us claim not to know what the fucking fuss is about. Read more.
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