It's just days away from one of the most anticipated US federal elections in history and both sides are plowing into spin overdrive. Which is why we love this amazing original advertisement that has succeeded in doing what most politicians don't - cut through the crap in a single succinct moment.
Created by creative director - Tor Myhren from Grey NYC, the posters slice through the race issue between candidates - acknowledging that much of this campaign has predictably but stupidly been re-cast as a battle between black and white. Myhren's powerful imagery rightly implies that this is all just distraction, seeking to refocus our attention onto what really matters - the issues.
Even before the results are in, the posters have become collectors items, with New Yorkers unable to help themselves from swiping them off the streets. - Lisa Evans
I started writing when I was in high school but never learned the art. To practice, I wrote to my school papers and our local politicians. School papers published my articles. Politicians ignored them.
I started blogging in 2006 and has been blogging since then. Still I need to improve. Maybe because my drinking sessions and my writing skills were not a good combination. Balancing a pen on my right hand and a glass of vodka on my left hand, as I have been told, is not doing well.
And all these makes my life stories rather exciting.
HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU. The smallest primate stares back at nosy tourists. One of the permitted breeding centers in Loboc allows guests to see upclose and personal a nocturnal animal during the day in Bohol.
"Why should people be afraid that we use a few small pellets of uranium at the nuclear power plant in Bataan [Philippines]? Don't they know that we're surrounded by uranium? We have the world's fourth largest deposits of uranium. Yes, we're all radioactive -- must be the reason why we have so many faith healers!" -- on nuclear-generated power, February 1985