DadCentric: Showing the Shill

October 27th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  2 Comments

Earlier this week, I posted an item about how new FTC financial disclosure rules have impacted those blogs lucky enough to worry about FTC financial disclosure rules.

I don’t know if this post over at Dadcentric is in response to the Times article I mentioned, or if they are poking fun at the new rules independent of what the Times had to say on the matter, but either way it’s worth a look:

DadCentric Reviews: “Toy Story 3” Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack

Disclosure: The good people at Disney sent me a copy of the Toy Story 3 Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack for review purposes. Full disclosure: I used the case as a coaster for my beer while watching the Blu-ray disc for review purposes.

Now that, folks, is my idea of good, old-fashioned, anti-government passive aggression. The review, which you can watch here, is amusing as well (and far less nag-neurotic than Nathan’s review last month). I should say, however, that worrying about, well, anything financial as it relates to blogging, is the sort of high-class problems to which we here at DadWagon aspire.


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  1. Jason says:

    October 27th, 2010at 6:58 pm(#)

    Also, I think I violated a couple of Child Labor Laws; we recorded that clip at 7:00 at night – a school night, no less. And I’m pretty sure the NFL is going to come after me for that unauthorized display of a football team’s logo. Just my way of stickin’ it to The Man.

  2. theodore says:

    October 28th, 2010at 2:49 pm(#)

    What, no beer sponsor? –Theodore.

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