This week, Rice critiqued a US billboard with the following message:
Attention drug dealers, report your competition to our hotline!— US anti-drug dealing billboard
Rice gave the billboard a “hero” rating.
He also looked at H&M’s attempt the recover from the “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” debacle.
It placed a full-page ad in the Sunday Times, apologising.
Rice gave H&M’s apology a “zero”.
They said they will reach out to all sorts of people… except there’s no contact details in the ad… it seems a little bit half-hearted…— Andy Rice
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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