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“Big Cat,” as he’s known around Carmichael Lynch, is best known for writing Harley-Davidson ads, winning the top honor at the Kelly Awards in 2002 for the line, “Somewhere on an airplane a man is trying to rip open a small bag of peanuts.” (Nelson also picked up the headline and copy prizes the two years prior.)

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