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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

CBS: Aflac seeks new voice for its duck

That should be as easy as duck soup; how hard can it be giving that feathered friend a new voice? It would be a whole a lot more difficult getting their ducks in a row if they had to replace the duck.

It is another warning to look before you leap. The owner of the voice probably didn't expect to end up as a dead duck when he tweeted, twittered, or, in this case, quacked his comments.

Well, that opens up opportunities for those of us who have aspirations becoming a star; the auditions are still open. So, if you can quack like a duck, walk like a duck, maybe even look like a duck, here is your chance.

You can be a duck!



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