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September 25 at 4:00pm

Love What You Do… Or Don’t Do It

By Ted Hope

I don’t post many commercials, but if I had to constrain such posts to things I love, whiskey commercials would be on my list.  If I raised the bar higher, and made it only include those that I admire, I would not have many logs to put on the fire.  Charles Bukowski carried me forward with his prose those years I was aged 22 -25.  I wouldn’t normally recommend advice from a drunkard, but he was a great one.  Live true.

“Live True” Dewar’s White Label [English] from &Rosàs on Vimeo.


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5 Comments

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  1. Linda Nelson / Sep 25 at 4:00pm

    The video is private, but would love to watch as I live around the corner from his favorite bar, The King Eddy.

  2. Jeffrey William Lynch / Sep 25 at 4:00pm

    When I clicked on this link, it said: Private Video… Sorry, you don’t have permission to watch. I then joined Vimeo with facebook and it still didn’t play. I searched “Live True” Dewar’s White Label [English] from &Rosàs on Vimeo and nothing came up… What’s up with this?

  3. Jeffrey William Lynch / Sep 25 at 4:00pm

    Hope it’s not some sort of Dewar’s White Label conspiracy.. Might be Jim Beam or Maker’s Mark or some other “Hillbilly whiskey company behind it!” Thank God I gave up drinking whiskey 7 years ago.. My life is much better..

  4. Love: Bad investment. / Sep 25 at 4:00pm

    I’ll drink to that. Cheers.

  5. Jeffrey William Lynch / Sep 25 at 4:00pm

    Great piece! Thanks for fixing the problem. I liked the voice over the best. Visuals could have been a little better. That’s just my quick impression from one viewing….

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