They are the Viagra commercials and the GEICO commercials with the man in a money suit. First...these two are run ad nauseum. I understand the concept. Carpet bombing at its' finest. The Viagra commercial always show a man's man. A man who is out doing his own thing. A solitary man. A man who forgot to shave last week. One has a guy in New Mexico who drives his horse trailer through the only mud puddle within one million square miles. With that kind of guilt, no wonder he has erection problems. The other version shows a guy on the only piece of the Pacific coastline that has a flat beach and nooooobody on it. To show he is a true man, he has a junky truck. AHHHHHHH, that proves it right there. He has found a bunch of driftwood, probably from WALMART, and decided to have a fire. Then...mr. Know it all realizes he has no matches. Dumbo right there..he found the beach . He found the firewood. He even found a beach with a small tent on it, complete with a woman in it. Good thing mr prepared has a big knife to make sparks...and..Viagra. Yes, he is prepared to find a woman on an isolated beach. That he is ready for. THE GEICO MONEY MAN is disturbing. Very disturbing. Creepy. The message is don't blow your money...on expensive insurance for your motorcycle,boat, lunar lander. Whatever.:sick: Think about how hard it was to find a guy who decorated himself with money? We have seen psychos who tattoo themselves head to foot, in the hopes that they could find a girl in a tent, too. The money drifts by women, who hold it seductively, and in a real series of coincidences , NOW , are aroused and , suddenly, find this creep very, very attractive. Who knew? Maybe they need to visit the guys in the Viagra commercial. Or hide in that tent.:no: Finally, the Music in these things, due to extreme over usage, now grate on my nerves unlike anything in recent history. The GEICO camel is worked to death ,funny , but , at least there is no guitar music to torture us.