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Frank Cox
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On the past two Trail Mix drives:

Paramount - Bumblebee Stare Spot - 0:15

What is a stare spot?

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Leo Enticknap
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Have you watched the DCP? My guess is that this is PR-speak for a slide.

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Mike Blakesley
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I haven't looked at it, but could it be one of those deals where you stare at a spinning pattern with spiraling stripes, and then you look somewhere else and it looks like something is growing or shrinking. That's just a guess but since the movie is Bumblebee and there are stripes involved, that's my guess.

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Adam Martin
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It's a "get tickets now" spot that starts with a staring content with Bumblebee.

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