If I had to pick the most egregious example of product placement ever, I would nominate the scene from Transformers: Age of Extinction, when the entire movie stops to examine the wreckage of a crash involving an alien spaceship and a Bud Light truck. The camera pans across a street littered with Bud Light bottles; then Mark Wahlberg picks one up, cracks it open, and takes a healthy swig. And while he’s shilling beer, there’s a second product placement in the background; just over his shoulder, very much in focus, is a giant Goodyear Tires sign.
Our friend Nabisco Joe (that's what we call him) dropped off the latest Oreo flavors to try. The first was Blueberry Pie, followed by Salted Caramel. They're only around for a limited time, so you better give them a shot soon. Here's what we thought of the flavors.
A busy stretch of Belknap Street will close for 6 days, beginning June 24th. The section is from Catlin Avenue to Hill Avenue, although Catlin Avenue Intersection will still allow traffic to cross Belknap. The closure is to allow work crews to install water mains and sewer lines.
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