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VIDEO: Andrew Luck Has a New Commercial...And It's AWESOME!

Who needs Rob Lowe when you have Eli Manning, Tony Romo and now Andrew Luck replacing him in those hilarious Direct TV commercial?

Andrew Luck stars in this new Direct TV commercial where is he trying to find his favorite cat, Mr. Jaffer!

Videos

Stressed Spelled Backwards Is Desserts

So I’d planned to ramble about stress and how badly I dislike negative stress(yes, some stress is “good for you”) and somehow link it to the old chain reaction direct tv commercials (or maybe they were for cable, one or the other), but then, since I have reason to be ranting about stress, it’s stressing me to be tired and I just…it’s a vicious cycle. 36 more words

Just Some Monologue

Tony Romo Has A New Gig...Selling Direct TV's NFL Sunday Ticket

Move over Rob Lowe, you’ve been replaced by Tony Romo!

Yes, that’s right! Tony Romo will take over as the spokesperson for Direct TV, which means instead of Rob Lowe’s weird and creepy commercials, we will get Tony Romo’s version of those weird and creepy commercials! 84 more words

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Puncher

“Patty!” came the call from the living room. I slowly straightened up from my current task of shoving laundry into the front of the washing machine and glanced over my shoulder at Bill, who was calmly drying the car off after giving it a much-needed bath. 270 more words

Humor

The Chinese smartphone market in Q3 — The impact of an AT&T/DirecTV merger — Enterprises slow to deploy IoT solutions

The Chinese smartphone market in Q3 — The impact of an AT&T/DirecTV merger — Enterprises slow to deploy IoT solutions

BI Intelligence

HIGH-END SMARTPHONES DRIVE CHINESE MARKET IN Q3: 1,334 more words

BI Intelligence

FCC Chairman Recommends OK Of $48.5B AT&T-DirecTV Deal

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NEW YORK (AP) – The head of the Federal Communications Commission has recommended approving AT&T’s $48.5 billion purchase of DirecTV. The deal would create the country’s largest provider of cable or satellite TV. 643 more words

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