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  • You Answered: Which Super Bowl Ad Was Your Favorite?

    This week, we asked you to pick your favorite Super Bowl ad. Budweiser won over conservatives in droves, according to our informal poll. You told us you loved both Budweiser ads, though the love story between a puppy and a Clydesdale (watch below) may have a slight edge over the company’s edited footage of this soldier’s Florida homecoming.

    Another popular choice: Radio Shack’s ’80s update, which won the vote on Google Plus, where Pradheep Shanker (who has one of the coolest Google Plus cover photos we’ve ever seen) started the voting with the first comment.

    See more votes below from Facebook and Twitter. And in case you missed them, scroll down to see what our most popular images of the week were on Instagram and Pinterest!

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    Our most popular share on Instagram? This week a former president wins:

    Here’s the week’s most popular pin on Pinterest, earning 70 repins last week:

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