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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-Slate reveals its “Ads We Hate” list for 2009, with Charmin’s kinda gross, animated bear spot earning a place on the list. link

-Abbot Labs eyeing WPP’s Mindshare to handle media buying/planning duties. link

-Is this the lamest holiday offering from an agency this year? link

-The Martin Agency launched the new “Rhetorical Questions” spot for GEICO. link

-The Village People are now singing S-U-I-T. link

-Facebook was the #1 most visited site in the U.S. on Xmas Day. link

-Where is digital marketing heading in 2010? Take it away, AdAge. link

-Google launched a search app for ad professionals. link

-A political candidate with a history of anti-Semitic rhetoric who’s been deemed “unfit” to practice law is using radio ads to quesion the sexual orientation of his more popular opponent in Illinois. link

-ING Direct’s Sharebuilder launched a new TV ad campaign. link

-You’ll need a fitting beverage to go along with your recent weed dispensary purchase, right? link

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