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December 2010
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Ad and poster honoring Ted Sorensen, JFK's speechwriter who authored "Ask not what you can do for you, ask what you can do for your country" among other great lines.

Outdoor advertisment created by The Martin Agency, United States for The JFK Presidential Library and Museum, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

We're at a loss for words.
Ted Sorensen, 1928-2010
The JFK Presidential Library and Museum

Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, USA
Chief Creative Officer: John Norman
Group Creative Director: Joe Alexander
Art Director: Eric Shi
Copywriter: Joe Alexander

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Jaap Grolleman
Activity Score 6992

Ironic to quote a dead man like this.

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CuriousPencil
Activity Score 4225

Damn. I was expecting a juicy 'redacted' ad here.

[....]ing bl[...]y typical.

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jackblack
Activity Score 2357

I get it. I think a tvc may have been more powerful. RIP.

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Guest

If you don't know that Sorensen was a speechwriter, you can't really get it. If you do, you do. =)

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Billoughsby
Activity Score 5144

TVC may mean:

* TVC (computer), a home computer made by the Hungarian company Videoton around 1986
* Cherry Capital Airport - IATA code for airport in Michigan, USA
* Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars - a fighting game
* BBC Television Centre - the BBC TeleVision Centre, London
* Televisió de Catalunya - Catalonia's public broadcasting network
* Television advertisement - TeleVision Commercial
* Thrust vector control - a method of steering aircraft and missiles
* Tinea versicolor - spots on the skin caused by Malassezia yeast
* Total Viable Count - a measure of microorganisms
* Traditional Values Coalition - Christian Right group in USA

Pity about Sorensen.

That's it.

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