Tuesday, September 1, 2009

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(ashtarchris note follows)
sorry nick but after repeated viewings I insist on commenting...

cool like mr.t? Ruining tron for me, fuck you, you vanilla ice/snow wannabe. You make for a terrible team of plagiarists. I love the fact that they had to pitch correct her vocals so much that the "feelas put your hand up" like sounds like it's coming out of a hermaphrodite.

"what the fuck did the dj say?"

this dj says you dance card should be revoked you fucking douchewads steez biting assfaces

1)someone decided to make this song and no one in the studio stopped them
2)after hearing the song none of their friends, management or in this case legal thought it might be a good idea to stop them
3)after mixing and mastering the song they decided it would be a good single and they should make a video for
4)someone put up money to make a video for this
5)after this video was made, it wasn't burnt but instead posted to youtube or their myspace page or whatever shitty bands post their shitty videos on nowadays.

unbelievable, thanks to olbermann

Cherry picked from Olbermann's Worst Person In The World segment tonight, this mind blowing image was made by a Brazilian Ad Agency DDB Brazil as an ad as public service respecting the overwhelming power of mother earth. Fucking LNTELLIGENCE.

[NOTE: The WWF says it never approved this ad and is condemning it. See the updates below.] Just in time for the anniversary of 9/11 comes this tasteless, nightmarish print ad for the World Wildlife Fund, showing dozens of planes headed for lower Manhattan. See a larger version here. The copy reads: "The tsunami killed 100 times more people than 9/11. The planet is brutally powerful. Respect it. Preserve it." Unfortunately, respect is the main thing lacking here. Exploiting one tragedy to try to prevent another is just stupid and self-defeating, and will always backfire. Via Advertolog, which credits the ad to DDB Brazil. UPDATE: It appears this ad actually managed to win a merit award for public service at The One Show this year. UPDATE: We spoke to a rep at the U.S. HQ of the WWF in Washington. She said the group "strongly condemns the messaging and the imagery" of the ad, and she added: "We can promise you this ad does not reflect the thoughts and feelings of this organization." WWF further says the ad was "never authorized or approved by any WWF person on the planet" and that the group is investigating the "unauthorized and illegal use of our logo." The group's official statement on the matter can be seen here.

the world's stupiest facebook ads Pt. 1

Ever dream of getting that summer six pack? Well apparently you can if you follow the workout regime of Ed Norton's Nazi character "Derek Vinyard" from the movie American History X.

Probably not the best product tie-in.

actual facebook ad for summer workout, someone didn't do their homework