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Friday, March 11, 2016

The Most Interesting Man in the World Retires

A National Day of Mourning
By far the most important day of 2016
perhaps in your entire life

(Washington Post)  -  Dos Equis announced in a series of ads Wednesday that Jonathan Goldsmith, the 77-year-old actor who has represented the brand since the start of its Most Interesting Man campaign, will no longer appear in their familiar commercials.
In classic Dos Equis fashion, this change was revealed in videos showing Goldsmith departing for a “one-way mission” to Mars.
“Get a last look at this brave pioneer who will not be returning,” the voice-over says as a line of fawning admirers in various cultural garbs wait to bid him farewell. “His only regret is not knowing what regret feels like.”
Away he goes, accompanied by a radiant lady astronaut. His rocket’s takeoff is watched by Dos Equis drinkers all over the world. As he blasts through the stratosphere, the silhouette of a wolf howls at the sky, and his blessing — “Stay thirsty, my friends” — echoes across Earth in his absence.
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