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Ho Henry
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Posted - 01/14/2013 :  12:53:43 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Being a coach potatoe, Ive recently noticed the following.

A few months back ads ran in which a man in his thirties who wore glasses was sitting on a park bench. He began a conversation with a beautiful girl who also sat on the same bench,.
I don't remember what the ad was about but he ended the conversation with the statement (spelled phonetically) Jenny sen qua.

Every time the ad aired I studyied his face And saw a very great resemblence to Harold Lloyd.

Now thier running an ad promoting not smoking, where a miniature group of musicians starts to sing Every day I celebrate another day of living,.
This gentleman is sitting at a bar wearing a plaid shirt and is unshaven with a stubble of a beard.
This person in the ad points to himself upon hearing the band singing.

I could swear that he bears an extremely close resemblance to William Bendix ( for those of you who don't know the name he starred on a sitcom intitled The life of Riley.

Keep an open eye and tell me what your impressions are.

h o Henry




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