Well, we're going from Blacksploitation and female objectification to the personification of animals and giant household serving utensils. ABFWOT now directs you to Advertising Week New York 2004. Apparently, it's the ad industry's (and this would be the industry that pays the rent at our house) attempt at one-upping fashion week. (After all, we made those skinny whores.) We are all very excited about the unlimited potential of this first annual New York adstravaganza honoring "Madison Avenue." (FYI New York Ad Week People--whoever's writing the copy for this thing should be told that the term, "Madison Avenue" is a huge red flag that you are an industry outsider, since all but the crustiest dinosaur agencies left Madison Avenue 20 years ago--I'm just saying). At long last, my esteemed colleagues and I are getting the public recognition we deserve for such contributions to society as "Plop Plop Fizz Fizz" and "Where's the Beef?" No longer will we be marginalized by awards like the One Show, D&AD, The Andy's and other funny looking statues that no one in their right mind gives a crap about. It doesn't happen till this fall, September 20-24, (FYI again--A week has 7 days), but what would a "week" honoring advertising be without an annoying teaser campaign to overhype the event a month ahead of time? So, to that end, won't you submit your vote at the Yahoo! Favorite Icon and Favorite Slogan polls ? (A final FYI and then I swear I'll shut up--no one in advertising says, "slogan". It's "tagline".) Your votes will help determine the inaugural inductees to the "Madison Avenue (I'm not saying anything) Walk of Fame." Yes, there's going to be one. And, apparently, you can vote often, so do. If you want. I don't care. I'm not trying to sell this without getting paid first.