One Word can mean a lot

Something like the Swedish version of this clip.

Friends reklamfilm – Elaka Ord
  

Sporty Sunday *52


Photo by ehm.cz

  

These Onions…

The major goal of every advertisement on TV is, of course, to emotionally connect you with a product or cause. And apparently there’s no one being better at it than the Thai. No matter if it’s for a heath campaign like in the video below, a life insurance (those have a lot of gut-wrench potential of course, don#t watch this one, seriously) or just something as mundane as shampoo.

  

Cute Caturday *50


Photo by Kyle

  

Periodical Political Post *111

Queer News

Other News

  • Yet another study confirms global warming is indeed human-caused
  • ACTA rejected by committee in crucial blow before final EU Parliament vote
  • Canadian version of draconian SOPA copyright rules close to becoming law
  • Egyptian Military grants itself sweeping powers; effectively military coup
  • Men outnumber women among American rape victims due to prison rape
  • WikiLeaks founder & whistle-blower Julian Assange requests asylum in Ecuador

 

This Saturday, June 23rd, would have marked the 100th birthday of Alan Turing. A visionary mathematician, logician and code breaker, Turing was a pioneer in the fields of computer science and artificial intelligence. A linchpin member of Ultra, Britain’s World War II counterintelligence team, Turing created the electro-mechanical, code-decrypting "bombe" that deciphered countless intercepted Nazi communications.

Turing’s involvement in the war effort saved thousands of lives — and his contributions to science, technology, philosophy and literature have touched billions. It’s time to celebrate his amazing legacy.

Despite his myriad contributions to society, in 1952, Turing was imprisoned for the same reason Oscar Wilde was once dragged into a court for. He was forced to choose between imprisonment and chemical castration, when investigations into his personal life brought his homosexuality to light. He opted for the latter. Two years later he committed suicide. "The debt of gratitude he is owed makes it all the more horrifying, therefore, that he was treated so inhumanely," said British Prime Minster Gordon Brown, in a posthumous apology delivered in 2009. "We’re sorry, you deserved so much better." Read on…

  

Fapping Friday *10


The fapping part can be found here (NSFW… obviously ;p)

  

The Myth of the Gay Agenda

In a humorous talk with an urgent message, LZ Granderson points out the absurdity in the idea that there’s a "gay lifestyle," much less a "gay agenda."

LZ Granderson: The myth of the gay agenda

Found by Lacu

  

Trap Thursday *69


Photo by Kirsten

  

Happy Balloons

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Wet Wednesday *90

Photo by Luckydog