via Slumdance As anyone who has worked on a commercial shoot knows, every single prop and piece of scenery that is seen in a commercial gets placed t
May 29, 2005

via Slumdance

As anyone who has worked on a commercial shoot knows, every single prop and piece of scenery that is seen in a commercial gets placed there carefully and purposefully. The chance that a certain product or logo could make it into the frame without getting there by explicit design is precisely zero. Arnold Schwarzenegger's new commercial is filled with conspicuously placed products. And these products just so happen to be sold by major contributors to his campaign...read on

Watch the ad here.

Read the piece. See the commercial. Then you decide.

Todd Harris, a Schwarzenegger campaign spokesman, said nothing should be read into the arranging of the products in the commercial.

"The reason those particular products were on a table is we were in a cafeteria and that's what those people bought," Harris said.

Sure thing. Oh by the way, I have a bridge to sell you.

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