And every year for over a decade, there have been some great and not-so-great LGBTQ themed ads.Since many of us are more interested in the ads than the actual game, check these out if all that football stuff is just too boring!German luxury carmaker Audi has introduced a number of mock public-service announcements featuring the "Green Police" -- forest green-uniformed officers who give tips about saving energy. The Green Police was a name used in Nazi Germany to refer to the German Order Police, or Orpo, who were given the moniker because of their green uniforms. According to the Jewish Virtual Library, one battalion was central in sending Jews, Poles and Gypsies to concentration camps. viewers won't connect the "Green Police" in their history books with the ones in Audi's Super Bowl ad promoting its A3 TDI clean-diesel vehicle.The Green Police campaign will get its widest exposure in Audi's Super Bowl commercial during CBS's (CBS) Feb. While the mock PSAs are humorous, with a shtick that leans more toward , it's certainly never fortuitous for a German company to bring up reminders of the Third Reich. An Audi spokesman didn't immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
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