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Whoa... It's a Double Rainbow... for Windows Live

Remember this guy?

That was Paul “Hungry Bear” Vasquez, who we all know by now to be truly impressed by rainbows. But his 15 minutes of fame aren't up yet (the original video was only three and a half minutes long).

Now Double Rainbow Guy has made an advertisement for Windows Live Photo Gallery, and it might just be our favorite Microsoft ad in a long time.

There's another video, but it's more of a testimonial rather than an entertaining ad.

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • Tedders
    Wow
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  • NotYetRated
    hahahah OMG epic win for him and Microsoft. I hate myself so much for liking the ad.
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  • batkerson
    The author of this article and other bloggers have got to be kidding. This is not a very entertaining ad. Try again, Micro$oft.
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  • thesmokingman14
    DOUBLE RAINBOW ALL THE WAY!!!!....Hey at least the guy wasn't faking like every other actor out there. He was legitimately impressed. Because he is, SO AM I! :)
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  • pirateboy
    the original clip was funny and freaky
    the advertisement video SUCKED
    I like the bear dude...good vibes
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  • thejerk
    still not amused.
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  • wotan31
    Old technology. Linux and OSX have had photo stitching since the 1990's. Glad to see Windows has finally reached 1990's level of technology.
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  • jomofro39
    This guy is A O K in my book. If only I was so impressed by a free display of refracted light, then I wouldn't have to spend 300 bucks a year to upgrade my PC to refract light for me.
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  • Spanky Deluxe
    I never thought I'd actually say these words but: That was an excellent advert by Microsoft!
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  • haramir
    I love this ad too but I think "Bear" was trying to hard to recreate what he did in the original video and it just feels forced somehow.
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