The radio stations were always fantastic in the GTA games, the songs, the advertisements and the witty and hilarious remarks from the disc-jockeys, all made the games even more fun.
Let's touch on the ads, shall we? The ads were at times weird and at times extremely amusing. The Ingalls' advertisement was found to be in the weird camp, at least for me. Since I didn't want to be left out of the loop, what exactly was it about? I understood that she writes books and the radio commercial was probably dedicated to the more political people that play GTA.
Here's the transcript (shamelessly stolen from GameFAQs):
"Woman: What's this I found under your bed? The only Engels you're going to be
reading is Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Man: If you think your child might be a red? Here are some warning signs:
They read complicated literature and have concern for their fellow man.
They even like to share. Tell your kids that if someone approaches them
with pamphlets about recycling, an invitation to a labour rally or show
any doubts about the fairness of our system then they should find a
teacher or a policeman immediately."
Any elucidation on this would be appreciated.