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May 6, 2003


Slate's ad critic on Carrot

Slate's ad critic on Carrot Top and those grating AT&T commercials: "Perhaps the real message of his work, then, is a critique that makes a mockery not just of the entertainment industry, but of the very notion of meritocracy in AmericaŠĆ║is success being the most damning evidence to date that the marketplace of talent is a sham."

But, he says, if the ads stopped tomorrow, he would remember 1 800 CALL ATT for the next 15 years.

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