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06/27/2009

While we were away: Orbitz's support remained sublime (even if subliminal)

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out the random, unacknowledged logo on the one dude's polo:

On-Air. Fair. Nice subtle move, flighty company!

Orbitz Golfers [YT}

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Actually, when the hovercraft first knocks over the golf bags, you'll also notice that one has a gay flag lying across it. It's shown for a second or two in the background. Guess we know which one that belongs to, haha.

Posted by: Anonymous | Jun 28, 2009 1:21:09 AM

There's a rainbow towel in the golf caddy to the right hand side as well.

Posted by: tonykw | Jun 28, 2009 9:20:07 AM

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