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funnyordie:

Stoned Cat Watches Hockey

Let’s just hope this cat didn’t drive a car that night.

foxsoccer:

Advertising boards burn Arsenal

foxsoccer:

Advertising boards burn Arsenal

collegehumor:

The Best of Jeep’s Hacked Twitter [Click for more]
Move over, Burger King, cause the Jeep Twitter account was the latest random corporate account to get hacked this week. Or at least, we hope it got hacked. Maybe it’s always this crazy? This is way more entertaining than, I don’t know, Jeep’s opinion on the show “Girls”.

collegehumor:

The Best of Jeep’s Hacked Twitter [Click for more]

Move over, Burger King, cause the Jeep Twitter account was the latest random corporate account to get hacked this week. Or at least, we hope it got hacked. Maybe it’s always this crazy? This is way more entertaining than, I don’t know, Jeep’s opinion on the show “Girls”.

hyperallergic:

Todd Bienvenu, “Royal Rumble” (2013), 77” x 88”, acrylic on canvas

hyperallergic:

Todd Bienvenu, “Royal Rumble” (2013), 77” x 88”, acrylic on canvas

clientsfromhell:

Client: We have a meeting next Wednesday to solidify the theme.

Me: Okay. When is the deadline for the ad?

Client: Yesterday. Can you come up with something and send it?  I just sent you the specs.

Me: You want me to create an ad that was due yesterday with a theme that won’t be decided until next week?

Client: Yes

Me: No.

source2012:

In just 16 days, outside spending groups (like super PACs, various breeds of nonprofits) spent $212.8 million on ads, starting Oct. 1.
As Politico’s Dave Levinthal points out, that’s enough to buy every person living in Flint, Mich., or Green Bay Wis., a “high-end” LED flat screen TV.
That got us thinking, and playing with Wolfphram Alpha, what else could 16 days worth of political ads buy?
(Arranged in order from serious, to decidedly less serious.)
1,363 packs of ramen noodles ($334.58 worth) for each homeless person in the U.S. (using 2011 stats).
Four years’ tuition and board at Harvard University for 976 students.
A full tank of gas for 5,728,129 cars (using national average of $3.71, and assuming a 10-gal. tank).
A year’s salary for 3,795 full-time, public school teachers (using U.S. average).
The 2012 season salary for every active player on the New York Yankees — plus Derek Jeter and Joe Girardi — with roughly $3 million to spare.
First of all, a $32,000 fixed-gear bicycle exists — but even for that price, you could buy 6,650 of ‘em.
A binder (like this) for every woman living in the state of California.
One of these giant gummy bears on stick for every child 4-years-old and under in the U.S.
5,600,000 shares of Facebook stock when company first went public … or 11,211,801 shares today (stock value is $18.98 now, $38.00 at IPO).

source2012:

In just 16 days, outside spending groups (like super PACs, various breeds of nonprofits) spent $212.8 million on ads, starting Oct. 1.

As Politico’s Dave Levinthal points out, that’s enough to buy every person living in Flint, Mich., or Green Bay Wis., a “high-end” LED flat screen TV.

That got us thinking, and playing with Wolfphram Alpha, what else could 16 days worth of political ads buy?

(Arranged in order from serious, to decidedly less serious.)

  • 1,363 packs of ramen noodles ($334.58 worth) for each homeless person in the U.S. (using 2011 stats).
  • Four years’ tuition and board at Harvard University for 976 students.
  • A full tank of gas for 5,728,129 cars (using national average of $3.71, and assuming a 10-gal. tank).
  • A year’s salary for 3,795 full-time, public school teachers (using U.S. average).
  • The 2012 season salary for every active player on the New York Yankees — plus Derek Jeter and Joe Girardi — with roughly $3 million to spare.
  • First of all, a $32,000 fixed-gear bicycle existsbut even for that price, you could buy 6,650 of ‘em.
  • A binder (like this) for every woman living in the state of California.
  • One of these giant gummy bears on stick for every child 4-years-old and under in the U.S.
  • 5,600,000 shares of Facebook stock when company first went public … or 11,211,801 shares today (stock value is $18.98 now, $38.00 at IPO).

(via campaignmoney)

zachvaughn:

paperbackgirl:

irisblasi:

This may be the worst book title in the history of the world.

I lol’d.

Worst title? More like best (especially if you have the sense of humor of a 9 year old like I do).

zachvaughn:

paperbackgirl:

irisblasi:

This may be the worst book title in the history of the world.

I lol’d.

Worst title? More like best (especially if you have the sense of humor of a 9 year old like I do).