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-Forget D-Wade. Saatchi & Saatchi Prague taps Chuck Norris for its T-Mobile campaign. link

-Planters and Chevy are two of Forbes.com’s comeback brands of 2010. link

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-How about the best and worst startup logos of 2010? link

-Buenos Aires-based digital agency Intacto wishes you a Happy New Year. link

-One Utah lawmaker is proposing ads on school buses to fund cash-strapped districts. link

-Groupon files to raise up to $950 million. Your move, Facebook. link

-Meanwhile, the aforementioned social network writes new rules for in-app ads. link

-iPad magazine sales are dropping. link

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Chuck Norris Puts T-Mobile in Czech

Walker, Texas Ranger and one of Americas original badasses, Chuck Norris, has some fun in the Czech Republic while starring in this latest T-Mobile campaign that’s unfortunately not running in the U.S.

In the spot above, the martial arts legend gets a little squeamish while a woman is about to pulverize a live fish with a mallet. Chuck Norris fainting from a fish? Ha ha, we get the funny. It works out pretty good for Chuck in that he doesn’t even have to say a single line in the whole ad. You don’t want to push the 70-year-old too hard.

We apologize for the campaign being in Czech and not having a translator on-site but we’re sure you can get the gist of it all. You’re all very smart people. View the rest of the campaign after the jump.

via Popeater

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