But maybe you’ve already seen them. Stuart Elliott writes in his article for the New York Times –Before the Toss, Super Bowl Ads – that many have already aired in the social media. This year the element of surprise was quashed by YouTube and Facebook.
My favorite commercial is always the Cydesdales, but in Canada the commercial has no horses – watch it here.
By now you’ve heard the roar, maybe seen the interviews of the Yale professor who wrote a parody, or a manual, for child rearing – depending on your point of view. More have an opinion on The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother than have actually read it.
Amy Chua has written other – more serious books: World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability and Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance-and Why They Fall – neither one as controversial or as readable as her current bestseller.