The greatest TED Talk ever sold – Morgan Spurlock

The greatest TED Talk ever sold – Morgan Spurlock

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  1. Threelly uses state of the art A.I. to analyze videos for key insights: topics, scenes, people, sentiments, and much more.

  2. How is that horrible you just described my life and i love it

  3. Teach/learn nothing…..a waste….sheep(white amerikans) love you though…jejejeje

  4. Not… The greatest Ted talk ever… Sorry… Im Mr. Negative

  5. What is really happening is this TED talk IS "the product placement" thing they wanted to pull off. In the guise of a story of not being able to pull it off and then doing so.The subtle misdirection and manipulation is uncanny if you look closely.The marketing industry is really a wolf in sheep's clothing.He gave the title money away because his pocket is filled with the money he received from all the companies mentioned in the talk.

  6. Usedless Ted talk ever.

  7. Open questions, they work without you realising,

  8. The comedic value alone is worth the read. The fact that most of yall domt get…is the whole point hes making

  9. I hope somebody saw failed writer alcoholic.
    Failed Musician Drug Addict

  10. This TED Talk is a F___KING waste of time !!!!!!!!

  11. I'm a " If you were minding your own Damn business, you would be minding mine" brand. Lol

  12. I was so expecting "Cool Whip" to have bought the talk. As Matt Patt would say "Not a sponsor. Just a fan!"

  13. This dude is s comedian

  14. ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š

  15. โค๐Ÿ’‹

  16. Transparency is opposite of advertising, advertising digs deep into the subconscious.

  17. 9:41 they decorated their office with their own merch

  18. brand is blank…ohh and folks seeing each other….๐Ÿ™„

    it is easy to create brands but its hard to point and create good brand.

  19. he accually made 7000 out of it XD

  20. eating a tire bowl of cool whip. hilarious

  21. Loved the message in this video.

  22. That hair face = No credibility!

  23. Transparency = truth and honesty,
    Yes we could do with more of that.

  24. This guy is a pro of pro

  25. Love how the lady came out at the end and said, "Ahem. Aren't you forgetting something? I think that money belongs to us."

  26. The title a definate winner๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ around the middle im thinking ok I got click bated๐Ÿ˜ฅ๐Ÿ˜ข but im too far invested to not see where its going to go๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™ It paid off because you went totally outside the box and proved you wont always have insight, safety control statistics and be totally blind to where its going to end but isnt that the joy of living๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ•บ๐Ÿž Thanks for thinking different ๐Ÿemc should be offering you stock options to encourge more.

  27. Nothing Else Matters.

    Let it Be Written.

    I'll put my stamp on that.

    Let it Be Written

  28. Worst TED talk evermade.

  29. needs a story someone somewhere something happening

  30. 9:30 …it happens in Indian movies !

  31. Hahahahahah im tom

  32. The ladies say "I got Swag". That's my brand> just had to brand me lol

  33. iโ€™m high as a kite right now and i just now figured out what the whole point of this video was after rewatching it

  34. He wanted to make the biggest ad ever

  35. So easy to embrace risk when it's not your money

  36. Well played Spurlock ๐Ÿ˜‰

  37. Goodness gracious. I donโ€™t think Iโ€™ve ever seen a Ted talk that was so focused on a single egotistical individual. This Ted talk wasnโ€™t about anything, except how great Morgan Spurlock is.

  38. this wasn't very great really… now i don't even want to see his documentaries :p

  39. I just want to know why eating an entire bowl of cool whip is a bad thing?? ๐Ÿค”

  40. Wow, canโ€™t believe he made the emoji movie

  41. I laughed alot during this, so good

  42. Howard Stern said negative advertising is just as good as positive advertising because whether you love me or you hate me you are curious as to why?! Therefore if you don't know why you hate me as long as you're curious it therefore becomes positive advertising. Dr Atkins in the same respect made millions on donuts even after his death…. of a heart attack… from obesity…

  43. Misleading intro to a TED talk. Utter rubbish

  44. Spurlock's success on eating McDonalds for month was flawed and biased but he got famous from that doc.

    He succeeded based on lie.

  45. This is what Trump did in 2016.

  46. What scared me really badly was when my 8 year old daughter told me she likes the commercials better than any show…..

  47. Spurlock is a proven fraud. Why is he still the "It Girl" of the intellectual rubber chicken circuit?

  48. That was captivating.

  49. Most amazing TED talk yet.

  50. that poor bear has a broken tooth!

  51. The whole time I was waiting to be rewarded for clicking on this. The first 14 minutes were treading water…AT BEST. It somewhat came together after that, but now I want to punch this guy in the face for wasting 19 minutes of my life. He's interesting. But ultimately a disconnect and a disrespect for anyone else's time

  52. Watching this skit use a waste of time Iโ€™m moving on at 3:15

  53. Can we get Morgan to report the nightly news anytime soon? The truth would be refreshing.

  54. Anyone noticed hobo Pierce Brosnan?

  55. F this guy he ruined McDonaldโ€™s

  56. Whereโ€™d you go Morgan? Supersize Me was one of the best documentaries of all time…

  57. That is EMC squared!

  58. I'm not closed minded enough to have a 'brand'.
    I'm not cattle, I need no brand.

  59. So brilliant on so many levels.

  60. What a joke honesty from the supersize me lier fraud

  61. really interesting….my brand would be: electronic music/mindful/complex/integrity

  62. 15:05 like 'The Oprah'… branding at its finest…

  63. Government is a religion of hostage-taking you are forced to associate with the most despicable people you can image and pay for what they want and they don't even contribute.

  64. Hmmm. Every single evening for a whole year (1980), I ate for dinner: one Big Mac, one Quarter Pounder with Cheese, one Filet of Fish, one large portion of fries, and one Apple Pie. This was back when we still thought stuff like this was reasonably decent food.

    I'd never dream of doing it now, of course – I don't do such bad craziness anymore. But in the interests of truth, it certainly didn't do me any detectable harm. So I found Mr. Spurlock's extensively reported experience very puzzling, and finally concluded that he either had a pre-existing GI tract problem, or was simply seeking attention to sell his story.

  65. If this is the greatest Ted talk, then I wonder what The worst Ted Talk is..

  66. Those are some great personal brands.

  67. What this TED Talk actually shows is that this guy is more of a comedian with a tremendous need for attention. That is what he should make a film about. It should only cost a few hundred thousand. He should have figured it out before Middlemen only want to make money and they knew it would lose them any client they got into this deal and they wouldn't make any money and lose their clients. He is not very smart. What he showed us was his good idea and he hasn't made any money on it.

  68. So he looked like he was donating the $7,000 to TED, but it was to pay him to speak aat the next years TED. He is not only a great speaker with a great idea, but only for himself to get more attention. Nice.

  69. …and this is the greatest TED talk ever, four minutes in and you're completely boring me.

  70. i was going to watch till i found out ted banned graham hancock from speaking.. so ted you can nob off


  72. I was curious about how he might win to be a provocative idea. I waited and I hoped he might show us something unique. He has an engaging personality and presents interesting visual ideas. He crashed and burned with no compelling drama that would peak our curiosity. He made a lot of drama and said a lot about nothing! What a waste of time. ๐Ÿ˜ฃ

  73. โ€œFailed writer/Alcoholicโ€ lol. Relatable


  75. Kalle Lasn's little brother from another continent

  76. Is that emc in chertsey?

  77. Prodigious Video! Great work.

  78. I like he made people feel he is also one of us that may complement his work termed great or so. ……

  79. Guy made the movie and lost 800 000$

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  81. I don't know what this talk was about.. It was about as good as his 'Greatest Movie Ever Sold' idea..

  82. I love the aspect where he had to go to numerous people and companies where he asked them about their brand because when you really do find your brand you do find your strating journey so that you know where you can start heading , he also should how with a couple print they were able to reach more than 900 million people and that it with before they were able to distribute the movies, he showed every possible aspect and went to extreme length to be able to do such thing, this is hands – down my favorite Ted Talk I have very watched.

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