Posted March 07, 2019 12:18:48Today, Ars Technicam’s Peter Adelman posted an article about the “Curse Of The Curse” ad, which was created to promote a Disney movie that was cancelled for being too violent.
In the ad, a young girl who’s an apprentice in the kingdom of Corona is killed in the attack.
Her family mourns for her, while her best friend tries to figure out why.
The ad was created by The National Geographic Society, who are known for their anti-Disney campaigns.
Here’s how the ad was shot:The ad, like many others, was mocked up and mocked up again:The “Cure of the curse” ad is an example of how advertising can be used to spread negative messages.
The ad is based on a popular cartoon series called The Simpsons, which has had a huge impact on the world and its culture.
The show has spawned a whole genre of animated television shows, including The Simpsons Movie and The Simpsons Spinoff.
It’s a perfect example of the way advertisements can work to spread messages about a brand or its products, but in this case, the ad is being mocked up for maximum impact.
The Simpsons ad is basically just a mockup of the ad that’s being mocked.
The advertising agency that created it has a contract with Disney to do advertising, and they’re using their ad to promote their product.
I’m sure Disney is proud of what they’re doing here, but the ad’s satire is pretty funny, and it’s a great way to promote your product.