If you haven't already seen it, this is a Coca-Cola ad featuring a bunch of positivity caught on security cameras instead of the typically bad stuff you normally see. Now listen: I don't care if you hate Coke, love Pepsi, or give yourself root beer enemas -- it's a cute commercial. For a minute and a half it reminded me that the world isn't so bad, that people are kinder than I give them credit for, and that maybe, just MAYBE, I shouldn't nuke the planet like I've been planning all these years.
Hit the jump and not want to watch the world burn for 1:31.
Thanks to zombieBoss, who's the zombie at the end of the level you have to kill to move on to the next stage (be sure to bring lots of med-kits).
This is a series of superheroes reimagined by graphic designer Roberto Vergati Santos as if they were sponsored by famous brands. The sad thing about this is that it's gonna happen. Not if -- when. It's actually probably already been happening. My babysitter won't take me t... / Continue →
To market the soon-to-be-released coming of age superpowers story Chronicle, Fox hired viral marketing agency Thinkmodo to deliver a campaign. Aaaaaand this is what they came up with -- flying three R/C superheroes around NYC trying to freak people out. Me? I would've hired ... / Continue →
This is 8-year old Juliet's first hardcore metal song about loving her dog and fish. Not necessarily your typical metal theme, but who cares, she killed it. Me? I just killed a little spider with the latest Game Informer, so kinda similar.
Hit the jump and PREPARE TO THRASH... / Continue →