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August’s quote of the month is from American comedian and actor Buddy Hackett. He began his career by performing in nightclubs in the Catskills Borscht Belt resorts. He then performed in the Broadway show ‘Lunatics & Lovers’. His Broadway performances caught the attention of TV producer Max Liebman who cast Hackett in two television specials. Hackett would be a frequent guest on many talks shows and would often upstage the hosts thanks to his brand of off-color and racial jokes. He made the most appearances of any other guest in the history of ‘The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson’. In addition, Hackett was a frequent guest on the game show ‘Hollywood Squares’. Also, Hackett had a successful film career and appeared in several hit movies such as ‘It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World’, ‘The Love Bug’ and ‘Scrooged’. Hackett grew up in Brooklyn, New York and would often discuss his early childhood and upbringing in many of his acts. In this month’s quote, Hackett discusses his choices for food at the dinner table at his family’s home…

“As a child my family’s menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it”. - Buddy Hackett

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It’s usually hot and humid in the summer. Hot weather means sweat and lots of it. There’s nothing better to help block perspiration if you own a good old deodorant stick. This month we bring to you an ad slogan from the grooming product manufacturer ‘Old Spice’. Old Spice was founded in 1934 by William Lightfoot Schultz. The company made aftershave lotion and shaving soap for men but would later expand to include deodorant, body washes and sprays under the ‘Old Spice’ brand. In 1990, Shulton Inc. was acquired by Procter & Gamble. Much of the success of the company’s products can be attributed to the successful viral marketing campaigns that the company has created in partnership with media personalities. The company has partnered with the NFL, Nascar and actors Neil Patrick Harris and Bruce Campbell for successful ad campaigns and found success with TV commercial actor Isaiah Mustafa with viral videos that were promoted on YouTube. In February 2012, Old Spice launched a new campaign called “Smell is Power”, bringing back Terry Crews for the ads. Their newest campaign is centered around motivational tapes for men who want to become achievers, running on television, digital, press and outdoor media and is being marketed for the company’s newest ‘Champion’ brand of grooming products. The new campaign’s goofiness this time extends to the tagline which is…

“Believe in Your Smellf”. - Old Spice ad slogan

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Tucker Max is an American author and public speaker. He chronicles his drinking and sexual encounters on his personal website. He wrote a New York Times bestseller entitled ‘I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell’ and has made the list from 2006-2011. The book was turned into a feature film of the same name but received generally negative reviews from viewers and critics alike. After the success of the first book, Tucker went on to write three more books that have sold considerably well. In addition to writing, Max worked on a TV pilot for Comedy Central that was cancelled due to a dispute over feature film rights. Max went on to create an online media company named ‘Rudius Media’ to help publish new content for new artists but the project was cancelled after one year. Max has been the center of controversy surrounding much of his published online content. He was sued by an ex-girlfriend and has had the ACLU step up to defend his right to free speech on many occasions. Tucker has been successful at defending his right to free speech as many of his cases have been dismissed under the Communications Decency Act. In this month’s quote, we take a quote from his best selling novel where Tucker helps to describe the joys of alcoholism…

“That’s the beauty of alcohol: if you don’t remember it, it didn’t happen.” - I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell

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