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Open Your World with Heineken

Posted By: on April 1, 2014
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How brave are you? Brave enough to become the center of attention? Heineken pushes the envelope once again by offering random people a night of unexpected situations. Some people are willing to try and become legends. Others give up. What would you do? Heineken wants you to open your world. Can you do it?

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Greg

Smell Better, Love Better

Posted By: on March 28, 2014
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In a clever twist, LYNX presents the idea of making love, not war. Check out this amusing video with a great twist. Check out the LYNX Facebook page and learn about the many products available. Then, set out to change the world by making those around you happy…with smell.

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Even AT&T Employees Hate AT&T

Posted By: on November 23, 2009

AT&T has gotten some bad press over the past year or so, mainly due to complaints from iPhone users. They’ve become famous for dropped calls and being behind on standard technologies like MMS, etc. So, Read On »

Pop Survey: Is the Fiat 500 Abarth Too “Weird” for the US Market?

Posted By: on April 2, 2012

It gets 34 MPG and has a peppy 1.4l turbo engine that makes it formidable on the road. It’s a tuner and can be made to compete with the Civic SI and similar vehicles. Will Read On »

Cutest Polar Bear Attack Ever

Posted By: on November 23, 2009

Seriously, I’ve always kinda been scared of bears (including polar bears), but this is cute. I would gladly get attacked by this little guy any day. Bring it, little buddy!

Greg

Hipsters – Paying Taxes Before It Was Cool

Posted By: on March 13, 2014
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What happens when a trio of taxes try to do their taxes? They bust out in rap, of course. Check out H&R Block’s Hipster Tax Crisis and see what happens next. Visit http://www.hipstertaxcrisis.com/. and use hashtag #HipsterTax to keep the conversation going. With each use of #HipsterTax, H&R Block will make a donation to the Covenant House
and help homeless youth all over the U.S.

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Greg

A Sour Joke Turned Sweet

Posted By: on March 4, 2014
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Patrons to their local convenience store were greeted with a sour surprise that turned sweet in the end, just like Stride’s Sour Patch Gum. Faced with a decline message on their perfectly good credit card, the victims were anything but amused. Luckily, the sour situation turned out sweet. Hilarity ensued thanks to Stride gum.

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Greg

Goldie Blox seeks to engage young female minds through story and science

Posted By: on February 3, 2014
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It was a tough battle but in the end, there can be only one. Highlander. Or, in the case of Intuit’s Small Business, Big Game campaign, It’s Goldie Blox. Goldie Blox is a company, founded by a Stanford educated engineer Debbie Sterling, which seeks to expand young girls understanding of science and the how the field of engineering affects our world through toys and story. The ultimate goal being that more and more women will choose that path when their older. It’s a noble pursuit, given how few women actually enter the field later in life. Watch the ad that ran during the big game:

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3 Easy DIY Decorations for Any Kids’ Birthday Party

Posted By: on January 20, 2014
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Birthdays are always cause for celebration. Planning the perfect party can be challenging, though … especially when you’ve got kids to please and a limited budget to work with.

Ready for the good news? It’s not impossible to throw an unforgettable bash. All it takes is a little creativity. To help you get on the right track, try these 3 easy DIY decorations for any kids’ birthday party.

1. Puff ball decorations

This first DIY project is ideal for all kids’ birthday parties. Puff ball decorations are essentially large decorative balls of tissue paper. You can choose the color (or colors) of tissue depending on your child’s party theme.

For instance, if your son or daughter loves Dora the Explorer, grab some pink and orange tissue paper and your space will be theme-ready in no time!

It’s simple enough to create these versatile party decorations. Start by stacking ten sheets of tissue paper. Then, make one-and-a-half-inch accordion folds along the stack of paper.

Take a piece of wire and tie the tissue paper together, creating a small hook at the top. Trim the edges of the paper to create a rounded shape.

Once you’ve done that, you can begin to separate the layers of tissue. When you’re finished, you will have a colorful decoration that your child will adore!

2. Birthday balloon wreath

Did you think wreaths were just for the holidays? Think again! To add tons of color and personality to any birthday party, consider DIY-ing a birthday balloon wreath.

Balloons are great to decorate with because they are fairly inexpensive and come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors. It’s no wonder balloon decorations are so trendy right now.

To DIY your own birthday balloon wreath, start with a Styrofoam or straw wreath base. (You can pick these up from any craft store.) Grab a bag of unfilled balloons and use pins to attach them to the wreath base.

Continue to add balloons until the entire base of the wreath is covered. From there, you can add a home-made sign that says “Happy Birthday” or your child’s name and age.

3. Wrapping-paper table runner

The key to a successful birthday party for children is to make it as special and memorable as possible. One way to do that is to add a pop of color with a wrapping-paper table runner. Instead of spending money on something that you’ll only use for a day, use what you already have.

You can DIY your own table runner simply by laying a piece of wrapping paper down the center of the table. Start by measuring the size of your kitchen or living-room table and determine the size you want the runner to be.

From there, grab the brightest wrapping paper you have and get cutting! Lay the paper down the center of the table and you’re finished! Your centerpieces are sure to complement this fun (and cost-effective) decoration.

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Greg

Pepsi and Halftime Go Hand in Hand

Posted By: on January 20, 2014
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Pepsi and Halftime have gone hand in hand since the beginning. In this entertaining commercial, we revisit the invention of halftime and learn it started a bit differently than we imagined. One thing remains consistent, and that’s that Pepsi has always been a part of the tradition. Continue that tradition with the next big game, and visit www.pepsi.com/nfl and youtube.com/pepsi.

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3 Easy DIY Decorations for Any Kids’ Birthday Party

Posted By: on January 16, 2014
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Birthdays are always cause for celebration. Planning the perfect party can be challenging, though … especially when you’ve got kids to please and a limited budget to work with.

Ready for the good news? It’s not impossible to throw an unforgettable bash. All it takes is a little creativity. To help you get on the right track, try these 3 easy DIY decorations for any kids’ birthday party.

1. Puff ball decorations

This first DIY project is ideal for all kids’ birthday parties. Puff ball decorations are essentially large decorative balls of tissue paper. You can choose the color (or colors) of tissue depending on your child’s party theme.

For instance, if your son or daughter loves Dora the Explorer, grab some pink and orange tissue paper and your space will be theme-ready in no time!

It’s simple enough to create these versatile party decorations. Start by stacking ten sheets of tissue paper. Then, make one-and-a-half-inch accordion folds along the stack of paper.

Take a piece of wire and tie the tissue paper together, creating a small hook at the top. Trim the edges of the paper to create a rounded shape.

Once you’ve done that, you can begin to separate the layers of tissue. When you’re finished, you will have a colorful decoration that your child will adore!

2. Birthday balloon wreath

Did you think wreaths were just for the holidays? Think again! To add tons of color and personality to any birthday party, consider DIY-ing a birthday balloon wreath.

Balloons are great to decorate with because they are fairly inexpensive and come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors. It’s no wonder balloon decorations are so trendy right now.

To DIY your own birthday balloon wreath, start with a Styrofoam or straw wreath base. (You can pick these up from any craft store.) Grab a bag of unfilled balloons and use pins to attach them to the wreath base.

Continue to add balloons until the entire base of the wreath is covered. From there, you can add a home-made sign that says “Happy Birthday” or your child’s name and age.

3. Wrapping-paper table runner

The key to a successful birthday party for children is to make it as special and memorable as possible. One way to do that is to add a pop of color with a wrapping-paper table runner. Instead of spending money on something that you’ll only use for a day, use what you already have.

You can DIY your own table runner simply by laying a piece of wrapping paper down the center of the table. Start by measuring the size of your kitchen or living-room table and determine the size you want the runner to be.

From there, grab the brightest wrapping paper you have and get cutting! Lay the paper down the center of the table and you’re finished! Your centerpieces are sure to complement this fun (and cost-effective) decoration.

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Greg

Bacardi Is Untamable

Posted By: on December 16, 2013
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Fires, earthquakes, revolutions are just a few of the insane obstacles that faced the Bacardi family over the years. Yet they continued on. Bacardi created a rum that embodies the fiery passions that have driven them for nearly two centuries. Learn more about the Bacardi family and their rum at Bacardi.com.

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Simple and Chic Ways to Personalize Your Wedding Day

Posted By: on December 9, 2013
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Weddings are more personal than ever. With brides and grooms choosing to incorporate everyone from their parents or step-parents to their kids and dog in the ceremony, to creating their own custom cocktails, few weddings these days occur without the bride and groom’s personal touch.

Here are some easy ways to make your nuptials distinctive and memorable.

Invite guests to pick a seat

Traditionally, guests and family members of the bride and groom sit in specific areas for the ceremony, with guests of the bride on one side of the aisle and guests of the groom on the other. Today, however, more and more couples are inviting their guests to mingle at their will.

By posting creative signs at the entrance to the church or ceremony location, couples are encouraging their guests to choose a seat and not a side.

Some add to this the intimation that they are creating one family now and everyone at the wedding has become family. It’s a sweet way to make sure your guests know they are loved, welcomed, and in good company.

Invite all married couples to dance

Instead of celebrating your first dance as husband and wife by yourself, ask your guests who are happily married to join you. Make the dance about love and not about you. It’s a personal touch that will likely move everyone in the room emotionally, and make them all feel special.

It serves as a good reminder, too, that your wedding isn’t just about this day; it’s about your marriage and your future together. By inviting married guests to join you on the dance floor for your first dance, you invite everyone to share a special memory with you.

Personalize your seats

Many couples go out and buy a glittering monogram of their now-shared last name, or wooden letters that spell their surname or Mr. and Mrs. While both are personal and lovely to place on the head table, what’s even more fantastic is something a bit more personal.

Photographs that depict a letter taken from nature will help you spell what you want while creating a unique look that no one else has done before you. These unique photos are shot by photographers who managed to catch the majesty of nature in the form of an expression. They can represent your love for one another on your wedding day.

Your wedding is as special as you make it. There is no right or wrong way to get married or decorate and personalize your wedding. However, when you take the time to make it uniquely yours, you ensure that your guests will remember the unmistakable aura of love and personal touches they experienced on your big day.

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