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  • Instead today we get this ad - titled "Embarrass" - and the proclamation that Biden is

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  • She was headed toward something called the Deertail Flowage, where she would portage briefly to a round patch of blue called Embarrass Lake.

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  • At the end of the ad, called "Embarrass," which features clips of several Biden remarks dating back to 1987, the announcer says: "Ready to gaffe?

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  • Embarrass them, humiliate the tech department by outing the names and emails of those behind this travesty.

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  • Embarrass Andy Richter for not paying his parking tickets 15 years ago.

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  • “Embarrass the Saudis and draw attention to their support of Palestinian extremists.”

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