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While the production values aren’t really anything to write home about, the quality here is all in the characters and story, which are both just charming and pleasant as all get out. Nike is a smart, capable and interesting character you want to follow immediately, and the low fantasy world (blissfully without a giant pile of unnecessary worldbuilding) reminded me of the believable but still escapist medieval setting of Spice and Wolf. It’s a simple story, told very competently and at a nice steady pace that draws you right in and keeps you watching.
It was known at the time as Nike’s other agency, a less than desirable designation. About the time Riswold joined them, however, Wieden Kennedy got the contract for a Honda motor scooter commercial. With Riswold as the talent on the shoot, they came up with something quite original, an offbeat, grainy commercial showing Lou Reed on his Honda, cut to his song “Walk on the Wild Side.” It was tough to say whether it was shot by the most skilled professional or the rankest amateur, but it was hip and oddly compelling, in part because the scooter message was pitched only at the last minute..
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Mind you the bit about making me angry. That’s true!). The final leg. Historian Taylor Branch famously detected unmistakable whiff of the plantation in college football. This officially sport generates nearly $3.5 billion a year, but the young men who play the game African American see a dime of it. Yes, they get tuition, room and board, plus lots of Nike, Adidas or Under Armour gear (making them walking advertisements), but they essentially free labor.