Notice towards the conclusion of this ad how the TSA agent puts on latex gloves...
Now, I've read that people are "missing the dark humor" of this ad.
I find nothing funny about the fact that a legitimate business traveler, on a legitimate business trip, will have his rights -- and by implication, his ass -- violated because he doesn't use American Express.
AE - go fuck yourself!
There's an amazing show in town right now at Webster featuring the work of Jason Hackenwerth. The opening reception is this Friday.
Jason Hackenwerth: Visit his website.
September 26 - October 31, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, October 3, 2008
Cecille R. Hunt Gallery - Visit the gallery's blog
8342 Big Bend Blvd.
Webster Groves, Missouri 63119.
Noted psychologist Philip Zimbardo "knows how easy it is for nice people to turn bad. In this talk, he shares insights and graphic unseen photos from the Abu Ghraib trials. Then he talks about the flip side: how easy it is to be a hero, and how we can rise to the challenge."
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R.I.P. -- Nagi Noda, 1973-2008
My second attempt at vlogging.
Y'all (please...someone...anyone) decide which one sucks the least.
The First Vlog
Link: Free Press
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Local authorities in St. Paul announced today that they will not prosecute journalists who were arrested on misdemeanor charges during the Republican National Convention earlier this month.
Nearly two dozen reporters were arrested during the four-day event, including Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and two of her producers, Associated Press reporters, student journalists, and local TV photographers, among others. Other journalists were pepper-sprayed, and reporters with I-Witness were held at gunpoint during a "pre-emptive" police raid aimed at disrupting protesters. The press release from St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman's office noted that the city's attorney will use a "broad definition and verification to identify journalists who were caught up in mass arrests during the convention."
One sentence says so, so much [bold mine].
Last Friday, late in the afternoon, Miss Jeri (Cindy's aunt) was visiting with Dalton Smith, the Hensley's Pilot about Jim and Smitty confronting Cindy about her drug problem.
Read the full story: Raw Story.
As of August, 62 Army soldiers have committed suicide, and 31 cases of possible suicide remain under investigation, according to Army statistics. Last year, the Army recorded 115 suicides among its ranks, which was also higher than the previous year.
Army officials said that if the trend continues this year, it will pass the nation's suicide rate of 19.5 people per 100,000, a 2005 figure considered the most recent by the government.Army suicide rate could top nation's this year - CNN.com
From a series of maritime images. Date unknown.View my photos on flickr:
Provocative ad man Donny Deutsch launches into a cynical, sexist tirade on VP nominee Sarah Palin, ultimately providing an admission that he wants to taste her sweet nectar.