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In 2006 letter to the Globe, Waber displays his sense of humor

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HE STILL HAS HIS WITS ABOUT HIM

Isadore Waber wrote this Letter to the Editor, published in the Globe on Nov. 12, 2006:

Equipped with a six-pack and two bags of munchies, on a Sunday afternoon, I always watch my favorite program: the commercials on Channel 4. The concepts are innovative, exciting, and always unpredictable. The graphics are a joy, always skillfully executed and artistically rendered. They are excellent examples of superbly crafted commercials. One problem: The channel frequently interrupts the ads to show a bunch of guys playing football.

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