I'm not fond of companies releasing their Super Bowl ads early.
But I am fond of IT departments being overworked trying to fix keyboards that have been wept over by helpless telemarketers and HR nonsense-peddlers.
For whatever your job, your sex, or your level of emotional maturity, you have surely shed buckets at the Budweiser Super Bowl ad, in which Juliet is played by a puppy and Romeo is played by a horse.
It's a daring tale. As the playwright John Ford would have no doubt said: "'Tis a pity he's a horse." Because here … Read more