Redditor j_patrick_12 says he ran into Marilyn Manson in an airport security line, and that Manson was apologizing profusely for the word FUCK written in eyeliner on his face — explaining that it was there to stop paparazzi from taking saleable pictures and not because Manson wanted to be mean to people in the airport.
"I just went through the LAX security line with Marilyn Manson. He had "FUCK" scrawled in large letters across the bottom half of his face, with what appeared to be a grease pencil. As we each removed our boots in the security line, he kindly explained that it was not directed at me or anyone else in the airport, but rather at the paparazzi, so that they couldn't sell any photos of him that they took. He was really apologetic about it, and covered his mouth around young children while apologizing to their parents for exposing their child to profanity."
Hard not to think you might have the same reaction being constantly pursued by flashbulbs.
It was that time of year again, time for the menagerie of humanity that they have come to call "The U.S. Open of Surfing." People flock from all sorts of strange places to wander around in the half-naked crowds. Some come to catch a glimpse of the world class surfers in action, others to watch their favorite skaters compete, but most just show up to be a part of the madness. With the waves mediocre at best, and the graffiti on the underage girls getting increasingly disturbing, the massive crowds were at the risk of losing themselves to extreme boredom... Luckily Volcom and their team of boredom exterminators were there to save the day, Killing Boredom Dead! Check out the photos of us waging a full-on WAR with BORE at http://vol.cm/P86zwO
Every day, thousands of boxes of KRAFT Mac are wasted for the purpose of macaroni art — and it’s been that way for generations.
The Dinner, Not Art iPad app is KRAFT’s answer to the problem. Now you can can make digital macaroni art and save the real noodles for dinner. With the free app for Apple iPad, you can choose your canvas, place noodles, rotate noodles, size noodles, and use the paintbrush to create your macaroni masterpiece without ever wasting a single real noodle. And by doing your part, KRAFT will donate 10 real noodles to Feeding America® for every digital noodle used in the app, donating up to 110,000,000 noodles. Agency: CP+B.
If you take the time and money to buy organic milk, you have a low-level fondness for cows. You hope they get to eat grass and see sunlight. Those who go to the farmer’s market and ask, “So, are these happy cows?” have a higher allegiance to the gentle beasts.
In their latest campaign, the California Milk Advisory Board wants dairy consumers to take the next step by inviting cows into their homes. “Make us part of your family,” they moo.
But actually they don’t moo. The cows in this campaign are talking California cows, and in the first TV spot, we’re introduced to a teenage gossip cow whose monologue is filled with words like “supes” and “bt-dubs” (meaning super and by the way, respectively). It’s hard to nail teen-talk without seeming contrived and stale, but this cow does a decent job. I’d have to consult my 14-year-old cousin to be sure, but I think this speech matches many middle-school convos. It should, considering the spot is directed by Fred Savage, Wonder Years star and now director and producer for shows like Hannah Montana and Modern Family.
The spot airs this week, accompanied by a making-of video. Though our commentator straddles the line between sensitive dad-type and creative director-stoner, the incredible mechanics he showcases make up for his dazed tone.