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Cambells Soup Commercial - It's Mmm Mmm Good!
There is a Cambells Chicken Noodle Soup commercial that always airs during the winter time. It is of little kids who go to school and come home to eat the warm and refreshing Chicken noodle soup. It shows a little boy climbing onto a bus where the road is ice covered and their is deep snow covering the ground. However, this is a mistake because when the weather is that bad outside then schools have to close down for the day.
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Heidi Prickett on 11-25-2008
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spunkygirl222001 writes:
I guess it would vary by how cold and wintry a place gets if they close school or not. However, where I live, if the weather is too bad and they have school and the bus has an accident(like sliding on ice) and some of the kids get hurt, then the school is held liable and most likely will get sued. So to be safer than sorry, they close it if their is ice on the road. And I remember seeing the commercial and the road was shown to be pretty icy.
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Heidi Prickett writes:
I live in good old Cincinnati where sometimes we have bad winters and sometimes their pretty mild, but for sure the schools would be closed the way they had the weather looking on the Campbell's soup commercial!
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Runner by Trade writes:
I don't know where you live, but here in Montana, it's gotta be -40 and snow drifting 5ft across the road before they close the schools. If we closed the school for every snowflake... there'd be no school.
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