How did it get past so many people? It’s tasteless with a capital ‘T’!— Andy Rice
This week, Rice critiqued a Michelin billboard ad without any text to suggest who the advertiser is.
He gave the billboard a “hero” rating.
This week’s “zero” goes to TUC biscuits for this tweet that seems to make fun of listeriosis:
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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