Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! Get it now on Libro. It may seem hard to believe, but one of the best-known marketing slogans of all time — Nike's "Just Do It" — was inspired by the last words of a murderer. A little-known fact about the endlessly-repeated tagline is that it was inspired by the final words on death row of a double-murderer: Gary Gilmore, who killed two people in Utah in Gilmore robbed and killed a gas station attendant, and then a motel worker, according to US Supreme Court records.
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Need Homework Help? Just Do It refers to a meme based on a video that features an intense motivational speech by actor Shia LaBeouf. It shows actor Shia LaBeouf, of Nymphomaniac and Transformers fame, giving what is supposedly a motivational speech in front of a green screen.