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Not really their forte the big brand stuff... as you say, this isn't anything fresh or brave. Or funny.
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https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9962726a564ec243622ac01cab794a9e681cb1563d200181063a4ea4eb3e0565.png Pot calling the kettle Guinness Black.
And after 9 months they finally caught up. Errr is that a good thing.
This article would have been good if it wasn't paid for by the company. Instead it is propaganda. Dilutes the power of the message significantly.
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