Richard Gere cannot count


Mr Bross Nann wouldn’t buy 10,000 birds, would he?

A little girl wants to buy five birds so that she can set them free so that she can wish her brother who is going away good fortune. She only has enough money for one because she, like millions of restless natives, does not have a platinum Visa card. Little girl’s dodgy reasoning notwithstanding, how many birds would you buy with your platinum Visa card so that she, her brother and the bird vendor can be happy?

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

e) 10,000

Podcast: the mrbrown show 15 May 2006: no more bird (MP3, Filesize: 1.4mb, Time: 00:02:39) [apparently there was some hosting issue, so please be patient and download the file again if it gets stuck]

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22 thoughts on “Richard Gere cannot count”

  1. I’m so going to be forwarding this around.

    waiting for one day you guys do a spoof on HARD GAY (check him out on youtube). It’ll be reeeeeally interesting. Heehee!

  2. I’m so going to be forwarding this around.

    waiting for one day you guys do a spoof on HARD GAY (check him out on youtube). It’ll be reeeeeally interesting. Heehee!

  3. And what nakes it worse, they’re releasing pigeons. PIGEONS. So many different species, and they had to release bloody pigeons.

  4. And what nakes it worse, they’re releasing pigeons. PIGEONS. So many different species, and they had to release bloody pigeons.

  5. i abhore that advertisement. What rascist, self-righteous idiots. Classic case of post-colonial hangover

  6. i abhore that advertisement. What rascist, self-righteous idiots. Classic case of post-colonial hangover

  7. Glad to hear that other people hate this advertisement as much as I do. Kinda scary, check this blog out – some people think it’s a great reflection of Indian culture

    Accoding to that website, the music is by Ranjit Barot.

  8. Glad to hear that other people hate this advertisement as much as I do. Kinda scary, check this blog out – some people think it’s a great reflection of Indian culture

    Accoding to that website, the music is by Ranjit Barot.

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