Super Bowl ads score with laughs but fail to dazzle

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By Adam Pasick NEW YORK, Jan 27 (Reuters) - This year's Super Bowl commercials prompted their share of chuckles but failed to summon the fireworks of years past on Sunday night, as most marketers played it safe. In the advertising world's annual contest to create the best commercials for the year's biggest audience, a lack of originality reigned, according to several Monday morning quarterbacks from Madison Avenue, even as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won their first National Football League ...

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