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Newcastle Billboard Battle

On 09, Aug 2012 | No Comments | In Brilliant Advertising, Comical | By yoniqua

By: Tim Nudd

Source: Adweek.com

As a brand, Newcastle Brown Ale is no nonsense—or as its new ad campaign puts it, “no bollocks.” The British beer also has little time for rivals who it believes are all bollocks—chief among them, Stella Artois. The new campaign from Droga5, breaking today, announces itself in part with a cheeky outdoor ambush of Stella’s “Chalice” ads. Next to Stella billboards that proclaim, “It’s not a glass, it’s a Chalice, Read more…

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New Genre of Talent? Will This Help Obama’s Presidential Campaign?

On 05, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In Comical | By yoniqua

Interesting new genre of talent in today’s day and age:

Source: Gawker.com

Finally, Barack Obama Covers ‘Call Me Maybe’

OK, so it’s not actually the President singing Carly Rae Jepsen’s oh-God-why-can’t-I-stop-listening-to-this hit, but it’s definitely the next best thing.

Nineteen-year-old Fadi Saleh, who goes by“Barackdubs” on YouTube, partnered with MTV Act to create this masterful dub. If anything is going to propel Obama to victory in November — well, it probably won’t be this, but I’ll definitely be watching it a scary number of times before then.

What a Brave Reporter!

On 21, May 2012 | No Comments | In Articles--Open for Discussion, Comical | By yoniqua

Ultra-Orthodox Jews Take a Hard Line on the Internet at Rally of 40,000 Men (And Me)

Rabbis feel the Internet should only be used when necessary to earn a living, and always with a filter to censor out the dirty bits.
(Illustration photo above)