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    Harlequin

    http://www.dove.us/

    Looks like the Dove brand has Microsoft's stamp all over it. Even the sitemap goes to a page on MSN. Too bad since it's sitemap use to be a great one with hundreds of links, it was a mentionable sitemap in terms of usability. Now the whole site is just aweful.

    It all just seems so odd.

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    figuerres

    WOW Very Strange....

    Hmm, perhaps Microsoft is branching out into new kinds of "Soft" tech Smiley

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    W3bbo

    The biggest mystery is why Microsoft is "supporting" Dove's controversial advertising campaign.

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    Harlequin

    W3bbo said:
    The biggest mystery is why Microsoft is "supporting" Dove's controversial advertising campaign.
    I'm using Axe right now, and what happens in the commercials doesn't happen to me. Can I sue? Tongue Out

    I just went to the Dove site to check out their sitemap, since they used to have one of the best ones out there. You used to be able to get anywhere on the site from it, now it's just a dozen marketing links Sad

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    brian.​shapiro

    Harlequin said:
    W3bbo said:
    *snip*
    I'm using Axe right now, and what happens in the commercials doesn't happen to me. Can I sue? Tongue Out

    I just went to the Dove site to check out their sitemap, since they used to have one of the best ones out there. You used to be able to get anywhere on the site from it, now it's just a dozen marketing links Sad
    Does using a spray tin on your body make you feel more manly than using bottled cologne?

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    Harlequin

    brian.shapiro said:
    Harlequin said:
    *snip*
    Does using a spray tin on your body make you feel more manly than using bottled cologne?
    No, but spilling half a bottle of Drakkar Noir all over the bathroom isn't fun in the least Smiley

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    AndyC

    W3bbo said:
    The biggest mystery is why Microsoft is "supporting" Dove's controversial advertising campaign.
    Wow! Some people take the Axe/Lynx ads seriously? Overall estimation of human intelligence: -25

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    Ion Todirel

    huh? why's Microsoft logo on that page?

    P.S. I only use Dove soaps

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    Harlequin

    Ion Todirel said:
    huh? why's Microsoft logo on that page?

    P.S. I only use Dove soaps
    Hoping a Microsoftie can answer that question Smiley

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    Harlequin

    Ion Todirel said:
    huh? why's Microsoft logo on that page?

    P.S. I only use Dove soaps
    http://www.designtaxi.com/news.jsp?id=17716&monthview=0&month=4&year=2008

    Guess it's an MSN Channel now or something. Either/or it's a horrible use of Flash. Navigation through it isn't fun at all. Try the "discussions" and the "forums" and see Smiley

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    Bass

    For some reason I can actually see Microsoft selling soap.

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    Itslloydhere

    AndyC said:
    W3bbo said:
    *snip*
    Wow! Some people take the Axe/Lynx ads seriously? Overall estimation of human intelligence: -25
    So I wont become a bit chocolate man if I put Lynx chocolate on?

    Dammit. That was my only plan for getting women Tongue Out

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