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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Who gave Ryanair the right dictate what orders they should follow? Who do they think they are?
    Regardless of whether this particular ruling is justified, Ryanair's behaviour is plain childish.

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  • Messerschmitt Man
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    "We will not be withdrawing this ad and we will not provide the ASA -- Absurd Silly Asses -- with any of the undertakings they seek," Ryanair spokesman Peter Sherrard said in a statement.

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  • ptbodale
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    Gees looks like a few of the girls at the college down the street

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    Well, Ryanair's ads may be controversial, but they sure as hell give them more publicity and attention than a "normal" ad campaign ever could. And those quotes from Peter Sherrard are GOLD .

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  • TAP-A343
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    How about this quote?:

    "We will not be withdrawing this ad and we will not provide the ASA -- Absurd Silly Asses -- with any of the undertakings they seek," Ryanair spokesman Peter Sherrard said in a statement.
    Source: http://news.airwise.com/story/view/1201685568.html

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  • jid
    started a topic Ryanair's adverts causing more trouble.

    Ryanair's adverts causing more trouble.

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/liv...n_page_id=1770


    Draw your own conclusions about the adds but a classic quote from Peter Sherrard
    "This isn't advertising regulation, it is simply censorship. This bunch of unelected self-appointed dimwits are clearly incapable of fairly and impartially ruling on advertising."
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