This week, Rice critiqued brands such as Discovery, OUTsurance and Clientèle Life for advertising way too much on television.
He collectively gave these adverts a “zero”.
Rice reckons people are starting to resent seeing these advertisements all the time.
Do you agree?
For more detail listen to the interview in the audio below.
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