That is the most awesome spoof of modeling since the American Apparel plus-size model search
Ah, but now you should see Steve Taylor perform his title song (it was the 80’s, after all). Still, I am a bit of a fan of his. I enjoyed his tendencies to turn satirical.
Steve Taylor is pretty awesome, especially in comparison to many of the rather bland Christian artists out there. His satirical side made things a lot more entertaining.
You get a win just for knowing how to spell “Hear, hear!”
The tech industry is not supposed to grind to a halt for a designated period of mourning. Samsung delayed the Galaxy Nexus announcement out of respect, but life and business go on.
I sort of agree, but I think the point of the ad is to somewhat break into those who never really question their choice of the iPhone. They’re trying to undermine the stereotypes that the iPhone has used to its advantage.
Either that’s a super-powerful stun gun, the kid passes out very easily, or he’s faking. I’ve tested a variety of stun guns on myself, and, while they can be painful and incapacitating, they do not render a person unconscious. They are also less effective when used far from the central nervous system, such as on a hand.
Depends on who you talk to. Some cultures would look at a prepared cat the same as we would a prepared chicken. I spend a lot of time around SouthEast Asians, and, while they don’t typically eat cat or dog in the US (they quickly learn it tends to cause problems with squeamish neighbors), they also aren’t bothered in the least by the thought of doing so.