Chip appears on a morning show and mounts a petition for a Senate hearing on Petro-pellet. But he's up against a full IFIB offensive. Sophia and Chip meet for drinks and a battle of wits, but their ...
Chipotle attacks agriculture, science and competing corporations
Restaurants can produce TV shows now? I want to see a McDonald's series, where lots of young dancers sing about how much they're lovin it while dealing with high school issues. Kind of like Glee with fried potatoes.
Apparently, after Twin Peaks, Ray Wise got typecast as playing evil bastards which is why he's so hard-up that he has to act in webseries funded by Chipotle, playing an organic activist's vision of an evil corporate agriculture bastard.
Chipotle takes advertising to new lows in this pandering attack ad presented as a comedy series. It spreads moronic anti-agriculture and anti-science beliefs for the sake of making Chipotle's marketing image more appealing. Don't buy into this unethical BS.
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