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Despite what the so-called traditionalists think, the proposed name change of London, Ontario’s John Labatt Centre to the Budweiser Centre is a positive thing for fans — unless they’re willing to open their own wallets to pay for principle. Continue reading
Finding truth in advertising in one of the places you’d least expect to see it — in the world of sports. Continue reading
How an over-enthusiastic infomercial actually ended up teaching a solid lesson about enjoying the smaller things in life. Continue reading