Friday, April 29, 2011

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Gilbert Gottfried, a long-time voice of the Columbus, Georgia-based Aflac duck in the popular mascot, says he regrets not following her tweets on March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan that cost him the job. In an interview with a newspaper in Connecticut, an April 30 lecture at Stamford's Cottages Comedy Club before, Gottfried said that it is not so great thing about Gilbert Gottfried, a long-time voice of the Columbus, Georgia-based Aflac popular mascot is a duck, says he does not regret any He tweets following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, which caused him the job. In an interview with a newspaper in Stamford, Connecticut, a lecture on April 30 Woodhouse's Comedy Club before, Gottfried said he is not such a big thing to understand is insensitive tweets.

Gottfried landed in hot water under tweets: "Japan is indeed a modern, do not go to the beach the beach comes to them ..." And: "I just split with my girlfriend, but as the Japanese say," They're Under tweets Gottfried landed in hot water: "Japan is indeed a modern, do not go to the beach the beach comes to them ..." And: "I just split with my girlfriend, but like the Japanese saying:" They float at any moment to another. "

Shortly after the emails were sent to the President and CEO of Aflac (NYSE: AFL), Gottfried's decision to let go and look for a new voice of the duck. About 70 percent of Aflac Japan, business center, and additional insurance for more than 5,000 people. This week, a new sound called Aflac, Dan McKeague, a 36-year radio sales manager of the Hugo, Minnesota

He was selected after a month long search that celebrities, actors and professional voice-over artists and the audience. McKeague asked to work in online games, and the other 12,500 who applied.

Gottfried told the Connecticut newspaper in a telephone interview, Wilton Village - "I can not really talk that much Aflac, because legally I do not know, but it was more than happy to say what they think of the reaction, according to the tweets of the article.

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