„Why does the Burger King think that fascism is impressive for hungry people?“

—  Róbert Puzsér, Quotes from him, Reklámtörvényszék
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Miért gondolja a Burger King, hogy az éhes embereknek imponál a fasizmus? ([http://indavideo.hu/video/Reklamtorvenyszek_3_-_Burger_King Reklámtörvényszék #3 - Burger King])

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