I almost blew my breakfast beer out of my nose when I read a truly pathetic AdWeek article... "It's time to embrace the creative explosion advertising is undergoing." Penned by Michael Houston, Global CEO of Grey. Full of vacuous clichés that mean nothing, here's a gem... As I’ve told others, we must encourage radical collaboration between departments and regions and disciplines and people that are wildly different from one another in order to produce combustible moments of brilliance. No single department or region or discipline or person can survive otherwise. Our differences are what make us stronger and more interesting. I think he means Blowing up the silos and knocking down the walls." Yawn... Correct me if I'm wrong, but I can't think of a single Grey campaign that could be described as a "Combustible moment of brilliance." And they've been churning out this shit since 1917.