Scotch, free enterprise, freedom, and the guy from The Full Monty. Robert Carlyle stars in a brilliant 5 1/2 minute long film.
A stroll through history with Johnnie Walker,
It ostensibly sells whiskey, but it also sells freedom and the enterprises freedom enables.
via, who else? the fabulous Gerard.
Awww…. sweet of you to say so. Thanks.
Pat Patterson says
The problem here is that like Sam Waterston shilling for a stock brokerage Robert Carlyle is a serious leftist and has appeared in numerous Ken Loach films which, even though well made, are generally anti-free enterprise and often blame America for every evil in the world.
Though as a small child I remember listening to my dad swearing his way around one of the few traffic circles in California. But my sister and I would sit looking out the window at the spectacularly lit Johnny Walker billboard that only changed twice a year for a couple of decades when they would dress the dandy in winter clothes and show snow on the ad at Christmas. The city tried for years to get the lights turned off or down but the billboard was on a little patch of property owned by the US Navy and they never responded to any of the city’s pleadings.
Still a good video narrated by an actor who I’m sure got paid well! Much better as Begbie in Trainspotting.
Every man is the architect of his own fortune.
> Every man is the architect of his own fortune.
Yeah, but the Dems want total control over the building codes.