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John Glenn, the 'last true national hero,' dead at 95

Lawyer gets buzz for epic Super Bowl commercial


Forget that Doritos ad with the kid in the time machine or ScarJo hawking Soda Stream: Sports site Deadspin has stumbled upon what might actually be the best ad of the Super Bowl.

Savannah personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino --yep, that's really his name -- bought a two-minute block of local advertising to prove that he is, in fact, the Chuck Norris of ambulance chasers. An ad combining the special effects of a Guns N Roses video with the plot line of a "Days Of Our Lives" episode automatically elevates itself into the pantheon of all-time epic Super Bowl commercials.

And if the response on Twitter is to be believed, Casino will probably have a boon of new business coming his way, though whether it's as a lawyer or an awesomely bad small business commercial director remains to be seen:




For readers who live in Savannah: Did you see the commercial live? Did your head almost explode from all the awesome coming at you at once? Share your thoughts in the comments below.



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