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2012-02-27 03:19:58 PM  
28:06:42:12
 
2012-02-27 03:22:11 PM  
Jerry, did you crash your car into a house again?
 
2012-02-27 03:24:13 PM  
it's Jerry 'Neumann', whydon'tyoukillyourselfmitter
 
2012-02-27 03:26:30 PM  
Man that thing does not like Dwayne.
 
2012-02-27 03:32:40 PM  
this headline made me laugh.
 
2012-02-27 03:35:35 PM  

farbiez: this headline made me laugh.


Same here
 
2012-02-27 03:38:51 PM  
I MISS YOU JESSICA
 
2012-02-27 03:42:54 PM  
I hate that condescending biatch. "Remember, you dropped us last month"


/had State Farm for years paying $2200 or more, Gieco only charges me $800 a year for the same coverage
 
2012-02-27 03:43:08 PM  
I'm also gonna need a quote from a Stone Mason...
 
2012-02-27 03:44:40 PM  

Vidwiz: I'm also gonna need a quote from a Stone Mason...


blog.travelintelligence.com
 
2012-02-27 03:48:00 PM  
I would so do Jessica given half a chance.

/Progressive Flo? Hell No.
 
2012-02-27 03:49:20 PM  

hbk72777: I hate that condescending biatch. "Remember, you dropped us last month"


/had State Farm for years paying $2200 or more, Gieco only charges me $800 a year for the same coverage


Well she's a real agent playing herself so I can't give her a hard time for an odd read.

/And because she's purdy.
 
2012-02-27 03:51:27 PM  

Crappopotamus: I would so do Jessica given half a chance.

/Progressive Flo? Hell No.


I thought I was the only one who found Jessica attractive in some way that I can't quite articulate.
 
2012-02-27 04:09:18 PM  
That commercial annoys me.
 
2012-02-27 04:17:49 PM  
The original commercial takes a much more sinister tone when you realize it was Jessica who had Jerry's car put up the light pole because he left.
 
2012-02-27 04:18:14 PM  
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online2.statefarm.com

static5.businessinsider.com
 
2012-02-27 04:25:59 PM  
Jessica is an actual State Farm agent in the upper midwest. Jake from the other commercial is an actual call-center employee for State Farm in Bloomington, IL. Good friend of ours knows him.
 
2012-02-27 04:35:31 PM  
Internet Tough Guy:
Man, I'd go ape shiat if someone did that. Hit my car? I'm mellow, no problem. Easily fixed and remedied. But drive a car into my house?
 
2012-02-27 04:36:47 PM  
Jess = Yes!

Flo? Oh, No!
 
2012-02-27 04:36:50 PM  
I always thought it was odd they picked Jerry Neumann for the name and wondered if Sienfeld was an influence.
 
2012-02-27 04:39:00 PM  
Can I combine my car and bedroom insurances?
 
2012-02-27 04:39:31 PM  

Crappopotamus: Jessica is an actual State Farm agent in the upper midwest. Jake from the other commercial is an actual call-center employee for State Farm in Bloomington, IL. Good friend of ours knows him.


Well, he sounds hideous.
 
2012-02-27 04:39:53 PM  
th144.photobucket.com

/knows the feeling...
 
2012-02-27 04:44:00 PM  
What agency can afford Jerry?
 
2012-02-27 04:47:18 PM  

Torhathel: [th144.photobucket.com image 141x159]

/knows the feeling...


Kent, you know you're not supposed to park that on campus.
 
2012-02-27 04:47:53 PM  

Crappopotamus: Jessica is an actual State Farm agent in the upper midwest. Jake from the other commercial is an actual call-center employee for State Farm in Bloomington, IL. Good friend of ours knows him.


You sound hideous
 
2012-02-27 04:54:22 PM  

Manfred J. Hattan: Crappopotamus: Jessica is an actual State Farm agent in the upper midwest. Jake from the other commercial is an actual call-center employee for State Farm in Bloomington, IL. Good friend of ours knows him.

Well, he sounds hideous.


He's a guy
 
2012-02-27 04:55:43 PM  
Jess? Yes. Flo? Fraid so.
 
2012-02-27 05:13:22 PM  
I don't blame Jessica for saying hey, remember you dropped us, just imagine if you were in Jessica's shoes, and for the record, I've had State Farm as long as I can remember, they'll get you a check in like 48 hours or less, and after shopping around for cheaper insurance, the best deal other than State Farm was Mercury at only $19 less each month. It's not Internet service, we're talking about who is going to get your car fixed when you need it and get it done right.
 
2012-02-27 05:15:57 PM  

hbk72777: I hate that condescending biatch. "Remember, you dropped us last month"

/had State Farm for years paying $2200 or more, Gieco only charges me $800 a year for the same coverage


$2200? Good God, man, how many cars are you trying to insure and where?
 
2012-02-27 05:21:38 PM  

Crappopotamus: I would so do Jessica given half a chance.

/Progressive Flo? Hell No.


Summa that Flo Rule-34 stuff is pretty hot, though... Lol.

I dunno, I guess Jessica is cuter than Flo if I'm just looking at purely physical characteristics. But Jessica has a very generic look about her, whereas Flo has cultivated a very distinctive style that people can latch on to. I imagine this has everything to do with why Flo has something of a fan following, while Jessica is basically invisible. Frankly I couldn't even remember what she looked like without doing a GIS.
 
2012-02-27 05:23:18 PM  

Burr: Manfred J. Hattan: Crappopotamus: Jessica is an actual State Farm agent in the upper midwest. Jake from the other commercial is an actual call-center employee for State Farm in Bloomington, IL. Good friend of ours knows him.

Well, he sounds hideous.

He's a guy


Haha, that commercial made me LOL the first time I saw it.
 
2012-02-27 05:23:40 PM  
ftfa: "The car was right where the plastic is," said Gina Scalzo pointing to the debris in her bedroom. "I'm thankful we weren't in the house."

My first thought was, "plastic explosive? what the fark?"
 
2012-02-27 05:24:45 PM  

Zizzowop: I don't blame Jessica for saying hey, remember you dropped us, just imagine if you were in Jessica's shoes, and for the record, I've had State Farm as long as I can remember, they'll get you a check in like 48 hours or less, and after shopping around for cheaper insurance, the best deal other than State Farm was Mercury at only $19 less each month. It's not Internet service, we're talking about who is going to get your car fixed when you need it and get it done right.


Oh bullshiat - I had State Farm before. I got t-boned by another driver who also had State Farm. They did NOT get me a check within 48 hours.

In fact, they made me go to their garage to estimate the damage to my car. They did a shiatty job and neglected about $1000 worth of damage. They did finally pay up but it took months.

I do NOT have State Farm anymore.

Sure they eventually get it done right but you have to hold their feet to the fire and it does take months.

Fark State Farm.

Sorry Jizzmop - I'm not going to let you get away with bullshiat like that when it comes to auto insurance.
 
2012-02-27 05:30:46 PM  

Happy Hours: Zizzowop: I don't blame Jessica for saying hey, remember you dropped us, just imagine if you were in Jessica's shoes, and for the record, I've had State Farm as long as I can remember, they'll get you a check in like 48 hours or less, and after shopping around for cheaper insurance, the best deal other than State Farm was Mercury at only $19 less each month. It's not Internet service, we're talking about who is going to get your car fixed when you need it and get it done right.

Oh bullshiat - I had State Farm before. I got t-boned by another driver who also had State Farm. They did NOT get me a check within 48 hours.

In fact, they made me go to their garage to estimate the damage to my car. They did a shiatty job and neglected about $1000 worth of damage. They did finally pay up but it took months.

I do NOT have State Farm anymore.

Sure they eventually get it done right but you have to hold their feet to the fire and it does take months.

Fark State Farm.

Sorry Jizzmop - I'm not going to let you get away with bullshiat like that when it comes to auto insurance.


My father had State Farm, and somebody ran a stop-sign and hit HIM, then had the audacity to sue and said they should have seen him coming.

State Farm actually settled, because it would have cost more to go to court VS. what the guy was suing for.

State Farm seemed surprised that dropped them
 
2012-02-27 05:53:57 PM  

Happy Hours: Zizzowop: I don't blame Jessica for saying hey, remember you dropped us, just imagine if you were in Jessica's shoes, and for the record, I've had State Farm as long as I can remember, they'll get you a check in like 48 hours or less, and after shopping around for cheaper insurance, the best deal other than State Farm was Mercury at only $19 less each month. It's not Internet service, we're talking about who is going to get your car fixed when you need it and get it done right.

Oh bullshiat - I had State Farm before. I got t-boned by another driver who also had State Farm. They did NOT get me a check within 48 hours.

In fact, they made me go to their garage to estimate the damage to my car. They did a shiatty job and neglected about $1000 worth of damage. They did finally pay up but it took months.

I do NOT have State Farm anymore.

Sure they eventually get it done right but you have to hold their feet to the fire and it does take months.

Fark State Farm.

Sorry Jizzmop - I'm not going to let you get away with bullshiat like that when it comes to auto insurance.


Sorry Happy Ending, almost the exact thing happened to me-got hit by another idiot who also had State Farm, still got a check without much hassle so I have no reason to change.
 
2012-02-27 05:57:09 PM  

Crappopotamus: I would so do Jessica given half a chance.

/Progressive Flo? Hell No.


Amica babes FTW

/especially the one with short hair, from like three years ago
 
2012-02-27 05:59:29 PM  

calbert: it's Jerry 'Neumann', whydon'tyoukillyourselfmitter


Ya no kidding and he drove a postal truck tardmitter.
 
2012-02-27 06:11:08 PM  

Zizzowop: Sorry Happy Ending, almost the exact thing happened to me-got hit by another idiot who also had State Farm, still got a check without much hassle so I have no reason to change.


Well, all insurance companies are crooked to some extent. It really did piss me off when I discovered damages that State Farm should have caught when they did their assessment of damage to my car. Maybe if they had actually put the car on a lift like any normal mechanic would have done they would have seen it.

Instead they were just looking for the cheapest way out.

I had to raise hell with Allstate because they were dragging their feet on my last claim. It should not have been my problem that a town was destroyed by a tornado but I was getting kind of sick of people getting checks from their insurance companies while Allstate hadn't even sent an adjuster to look at my car. So yeah, both big insurance companies are bad.

The tornado which took out my car: Link (new window) as seen from State Farm. If the video were better you could actually see the baseball-sized hail hitting my car.

Nobody should EVER white-knight an insurance company.
 
2012-02-27 06:18:05 PM  

Harvey Manfrenjensenjen: hbk72777: I hate that condescending biatch. "Remember, you dropped us last month"

/had State Farm for years paying $2200 or more, Gieco only charges me $800 a year for the same coverage

$2200? Good God, man, how many cars are you trying to insure and where?


just a 2003 Monte, on Long Island. They kept it at that rate until I left in '08 when I left. No tix ,no accidents
 
2012-02-27 06:21:33 PM  
I have figured out Jerry Newmans accident problem, his girlfriend is Jean Grey.
 
2012-02-27 06:31:14 PM  

Happy Hours: Zizzowop: Sorry Happy Ending, almost the exact thing happened to me-got hit by another idiot who also had State Farm, still got a check without much hassle so I have no reason to change.

Well, all insurance companies are crooked to some extent. It really did piss me off when I discovered damages that State Farm should have caught when they did their assessment of damage to my car. Maybe if they had actually put the car on a lift like any normal mechanic would have done they would have seen it.

Instead they were just looking for the cheapest way out.

I had to raise hell with Allstate because they were dragging their feet on my last claim. It should not have been my problem that a town was destroyed by a tornado but I was getting kind of sick of people getting checks from their insurance companies while Allstate hadn't even sent an adjuster to look at my car. So yeah, both big insurance companies are bad.

The tornado which took out my car: Link (new window) as seen from State Farm. If the video were better you could actually see the baseball-sized hail hitting my car.

Nobody should EVER white-knight an insurance company.


I think insurance companies in general suck donkey balls. My ex-girlfriend had this nice old VW Bug-a solid 10 -footer, so to speak. It only had 75K original miles, 72 standard Beetle-very clean, original car. It even still had some diagnostic plug still on it, factory from VW, but rarely ever used, which always blew away mechanics saying they were surprised it was still there. Well, some idiot came around the corner where it was parked and hit the front so hard, it sent the car on to the curb and bent the front iBeam. Car was not worth fixing, and the a-holes at the insurance company only wanted to give her $500 as value to replace the car. I told them to suck a lemon, and tell me where I could get a straight, clean, perfect running vintage bug in California for only $500. After a lot of fighting, we got $2,500, which was exactly all the car was worth, even the NADA guide confirmed its value. I don't remember the insurance company, but the only thing you can do with them is to find the one that sucks the least :)
 
2012-02-27 06:50:22 PM  
Hello...Newman

/Really? Just me?
 
2012-02-27 07:04:42 PM  

Guess_Who: calbert: it's Jerry 'Neumann', whydon'tyoukillyourselfmitter

Ya no kidding and he drove a postal truck tardmitter.


no. you don't get it. and I know you're talking about Seinfeld.

in the State Farm tv commercial 'State of regret', the character who drove his car up a pole is named 'Jerry Neumann'.

If you're going to take the time to write a headline that references the commercial, take the f*cking time to learn how the character's name is spelled.

he is played by the actor Roy Jenkins, who can also be seen in this recent Chevy commercial (new window)
 
2012-02-27 07:12:18 PM  

Zizzowop: I think insurance companies in general suck donkey balls. My ex-girlfriend had this nice old VW Bug-a solid 10 -footer, so to speak. It only had 75K original miles, 72 standard Beetle-very clean, original car. It even still had some diagnostic plug still on it, factory from VW, but rarely ever used, which always blew away mechanics saying they were surprised it was still there. Well, some idiot came around the corner where it was parked and hit the front so hard, it sent the car on to the curb and bent the front iBeam. Car was not worth fixing, and the a-holes at the insurance company only wanted to give her $500 as value to replace the car. I told them to suck a lemon, and tell me where I could get a straight, clean, perfect running vintage bug in California for only $500. After a lot of fighting, we got $2,500, which was exactly all the car was worth, even the NADA guide confirmed its value. I don't remember the insurance company, but the only thing you can do with them is to find the one that sucks the least :)


Wow, that's harsh. Wasn't State Farm?

If a car were only worth $500 I don't think anyone in their right mind would get anything more than whatever liability is required by law.

I have a very vague memory from my childhood of a TV commercial for VW Bugs. What I remember is the price. $2626 (memory may not be 100% accurate). That was probably about the time the bug in your story rolled off the assembly line.

Can you even get a new car for less than $10,000 these days?
 
2012-02-27 07:28:44 PM  
http://www.statefarm.com/agent/US/ND/Mayville/Jessica-Declercq-T3WV336 Z000

Hell, yes.
 
2012-02-27 07:43:04 PM  
If I was a State Farm customer, I'd be pissed if they let idiots like Jerry have a policy, since he'd be driving up premiums for the rest of us.
 
2012-02-27 08:14:13 PM  

ttc2301: http://www.statefarm.com/agent/US/ND/Mayville/Jessica-Declercq-T3WV33 6 Z000

Hell, yes.


Graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead

Giggity
 
2012-02-27 08:15:12 PM  

Happy Hours: Zizzowop: I think insurance companies in general suck donkey balls. My ex-girlfriend had this nice old VW Bug-a solid 10 -footer, so to speak. It only had 75K original miles, 72 standard Beetle-very clean, original car. It even still had some diagnostic plug still on it, factory from VW, but rarely ever used, which always blew away mechanics saying they were surprised it was still there. Well, some idiot came around the corner where it was parked and hit the front so hard, it sent the car on to the curb and bent the front iBeam. Car was not worth fixing, and the a-holes at the insurance company only wanted to give her $500 as value to replace the car. I told them to suck a lemon, and tell me where I could get a straight, clean, perfect running vintage bug in California for only $500. After a lot of fighting, we got $2,500, which was exactly all the car was worth, even the NADA guide confirmed its value. I don't remember the insurance company, but the only thing you can do with them is to find the one that sucks the least :)

Wow, that's harsh. Wasn't State Farm?

If a car were only worth $500 I don't think anyone in their right mind would get anything more than whatever liability is required by law.

I have a very vague memory from my childhood of a TV commercial for VW Bugs. What I remember is the price. $2626 (memory may not be 100% accurate). That was probably about the time the bug in your story rolled off the assembly line.

Can you even get a new car for less than $10,000 these days?


Yeah, I told the guy the same thing-if the car was worth only $500, what the hell good is the insurance-except for liability of course. Lucky for us, the woman who hit the bug-her husband was a lawyer :) She felt terrible that she ruined her car, so her husband managed to get fair value for it for my GF. We managed to locate a decent 72 super beetle as a replacement, but it needed an engine. Since the engine in the wrecked car was actually still good, we swapped motors. It was the only way to get a decent replacement using no more money than we got for the original. So, at least that nice original motor is still going strong :) And you're right, I don't think you can touch a new car for less than $10K.
 
2012-02-27 08:39:54 PM  

Lord Dimwit: Crappopotamus: I would so do Jessica given half a chance.

/Progressive Flo? Hell No.

I thought I was the only one who found Jessica attractive in some way that I can't quite articulate.


I find that happens a lot with chicks from Canada...
 
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