Menino and Bloomberg – The Lost First Take

We showed you MAIG Mayors Tom Menino (Boston) and Mike Bloomberg (NYC) in their made-for DC-only commercial that aired last night during the Super Bowl. But one of our moles in the New York production company that filmed the spot has sent us this previously unseen original take that was left on the cutting room floor. The mayors’ PR flacks evidently concluded that the script, as originally written, was a little too straightforward to be effective. (video is not iPhone compatible)

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  1. avatar JJ Swiontek says:

    Ahh, truth from a politicians lips, how rare. 🙂

  2. avatar Matt Gregg says:

    Damn your iPhone incompatibility.

    1. avatar Robert Farago says:

      I know, right?

      1. avatar Matt Gregg says:

        With my iPhone and iPad now I only touch my laptop maybe once a month or so. Flash videos are the bane of my digital existence. That last vestige of advantage the foul android phones have.

        1. avatar Corey says:

          I get flash on my android phone….even has adobe installed

        2. avatar okto says:

          Adobe is a company, ya dope.

        3. avatar Sam says:

          Flash is nearing the end of its life

        4. avatar Chris says:

          The Galaxy Nexus is the best smartphone on the market.

    2. avatar jkp says:

      More like: damn Apple’s jihad against Flash….

  3. avatar sdog says:

    this is hilarious and true.

  4. avatar Some Sock Puppet says:

    Nice.

    Here in lower NY they have 3 options for LEO, current and retired to carry, but no civilian carry whatsoever. I asked the county legislator about that and he replied “…It’s a policy that’s worked well for us in the past.”

    Make no mistake, they want you disarmed, and badly.

    1. avatar Tom says:

      Sort of like the Communists.

  5. avatar Kyle says:

    Worked fine on my iPhone

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