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The K-Fed Commerical Everyone's Upset About

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For some reason fast food professionals are upset with being associated with the former Mr. Spears.

And for some reason Mr. Federline got a Super Bowl commercial and neither of his ex-wives did.

Life isn't fair, but Super Bowl commercials are usually good.

We think this one is pretty damn good. Good job, Nationwide.