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This is a short animated ad for the Opie & Anthony Show. Opie "allegedly" kicked a dog in the liver, and the Sirius Satellite radio mascot just happens to be a stupid dog....that probably also has a liver.

Also, I want to mention that neither the voiceover or logo at the end are mine. The voice is pulled from a broadcast ad done by show producer Steve C, and the text was designed by Opie's brother as part of a t-shirt design.

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so...wtf...you kicked a mother frikin' dog...

I don't see won't so god dang hilarious. I mean...mabye if the animation was good and it lasted more than 6 seconds but crap...it looks to me like you just imported some video clip and traced over a sufficient amount of frames of it. And that's the kinda crap that gets review crew pick...man...pathetic. I don't get these people. You know what....you deserve it. If you can brainwash all these losers into thinking that kicking a dog is that funny....than you earned it.



it was good but

ok is this seriously yours? cuz i swear i've seen that comercial before on t.v. ... IF if is truely yours and you're not a theif, you did an awesome job and keep up the good work!



Great Flash...

...Too bad that dog's gonna come back to bite XM's ass once Howard Stern broadcasts on Sirius. Opie & Anthony stand no chance against Stern.


JohnnyUtah responds:

It's true stern has a bigger audience, but I know who has the better show.


it was pretty good

short but good, sly but funny, simple and effective :P and k2nice2 its only a fuckking flash chill out ya crazy dog lover trust mme on this, no dogs were harmed during production of this flash!!................................................righ
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LOL

VERY GOOD :P.
This should be a commercial


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Jun 1, 2005
10:54 PM EDT
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  • Review Crew Pick June 8, 2005