Below is a link to Harbaugh’s tv ad. I like it, find it funny. Mrs. Cohn Zohn doesn’t think it’s funny. What do you think?
Don’t really like it, not funny at all. Plus Harbaugh is no George Foreman, who is a likeable guy. Harbaugh is not very likeable, and I would say more people dislike him then like him.
I’m with you Lowell. I especially like the public service tone, and the “Brady Bunch” perfection. You must be a great dresser if Mrs. Cohn Zohn can’t empathize with Mrs. Jim Harbaugh’s struggle with pleats. Mrs. Htwaits enjoyed it too.
Woman’s point of view – I loved it! Thought it was well done and it made me laugh.
I agree with Mrs. Cohn Zohn.
Here, she is Mrs. Cohn Zohn. In the real world she has her own identity.
I loved it. It seems like she has a great sense of humor, which she would probably need to be married to a guy like Harbaugh. Very funny.
I own 2 pair of the offending pants. I always thought of them as versatile…..uh oh
Jim’s wife is hot as hell…..way to go Jim!
Great! Lots of fun. As the best-dressed sports writer in your area, what are your thoughts Lowell? Oh yeah, I look forward to your musings on the World Cup. We need direction here Lowell and you are the man for it.
I think there’s a lot of bottom-of-the-barrel “click-scrounging” going on this time of year!
I liked it…I just think he’s not too well liked by many…
It was okay. It generated a slight smile for me. Jim’s wife is pretty hot.
Not too well liked by many _____?
I liked it.
Except for Niner games, which I like to watch in live time, I record anything
else I might watch to view at my convenience and to skip through the commercials,
but I’m sure I would have seen this commercial at some point during the season.
Like any other commercial, on an entertainment scale of 1-10, I’d rate this
commercial a 0. That said, I do like the talking E-Trade baby who updates
his investment portfolio from his crib until his mother confiscates his BlackBerry.
I’m glad that you watch commercials though. Please buy any products that
seem intriguing to you and support these wonderful sponsors who bring us
the shows that we all watch and enjoy.
Laughed so hard I cried :-))
I’m not sure what to think about that other than Jim is an over achiever.
Lowell Cohn has been covering Bay Area sports for more than 30 years and he’s never run out of things to say.