• New Movie Review: Quantum of Solace >>

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    That’s Bond, James Bond. Check out what we thought of the new one here.

  • He Works For Samsung, Not Satan

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    Not sure Ozzy would have been our pick to promote a piece of technology. Maybe a local rodent control company or adult diapers would have been a better choice. Get it? Because he eats bats and urinates on his piano on stage. Or at least that’s what our older brother’s friend, Kip, told us.

    (Via Adfreak)

  • Click Here To Try Drugs

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    This site for an anti-drug campaign in Olso, Norway has been around a while, but we wanted to make sure you checked it out if you haven’t because it’s popped back up on our radar. If you’ve yet to try the smorgasbord of recreational drugs available to you today (yeah right, buddy), this site recreates the effect of drugs digitally – without having to drink, smoke, snort or choke down anything illegal. Plus, it’s 100% work friendly. Give it a whirl and see what you think.

  • A Very, Very Important Day - for Nerds

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    Veteran’s Day also happens to be Christmas morning for the parent’s-basement and dorky headset demographic. Today is the monumental release of the latest Call of Duty title – Call of Duty 5: World at War. All over the land, gamers are saddling up to their consoles, torching Japanese soldiers, gaining multiplayer rank and alienating nearby females as quickly as they can. Check out this latest spot from GameStop for the special pre-order bonus. Not bad for a video game ad.

    Are you among those who will be dropping $60 for some carnage? If so, post your screen name, and perhaps this loving, supportive community may rain fire and disembowelment on one another.

  • A Simple Thank You

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    Whether you’re Democrat, Republican, Nader-fan or a handkerchief-hidden anarchist, there is no denying that the freedoms we enjoy were earned on the backs of our Veterans. On this Veterans Day 2008, thanks are owed to the Civil War vets who rest at Denver’s Riverside Cemetery, the World War II aviators who trained at Lowry, the Fort Carson soldiers who are fighting this very minute and every single member of our armed forces who pledged to fight and die so we might simply live. For those who still live with their trauma, those who were welcomed home and those who never made it back, we say thank you.

    If you see an active duty service member or a vet today (or any day for that matter,) a simple handshake and a simple thank you means the world.

  • ALS Society of Canada: Head and Shoulders

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    Since this rocked our morning, we thought we’d rock yours by sharing it. Reminds us of the PSA’s of old before humor snuck in and wrecked their effectiveness. Agency: Lowe Roche, Toronto.

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  • Toshiba: Upscaling

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    Sweet technique in this piece from Grey for Toshiba’s new high-end TV’s.

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  • << New Conference/Exhibition/Meeting Planner Position Posted

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    The Gene Pool is searching for a Conference/Exhibition/Meeting Planner for their client in Dubai. Job details here.

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