I am not a singer, or trying to be, but that does not stop me from doing what is suppose to be singing :). New York, i know it sound like shit, but this is for you baby.
This has got to be the funniest train scaring prank ever. The operator of the train has a pretty good sense of humor to teach people not to walk on the rail tracks.
Are you like I was? Always working to make a living? Trying to 'get ahead' but there was never enough time? A little humorous, but true - you can get more time!
Interviewing a homeless, RV-dwelling ex-attorney in my Inglewood, California U.S. Vets homeless veterans shelter transitional living facility dorm room on the little humors one can find in homelessness. A series.
Starting today and for the next two weeks, Beet.TV's 800 videos will feature a 30 second post-roll ad campaign for "Changing the Present," a nonprofit organization that connects consumers with a choice of 1500 charitable gifts.
Earlier this month, I interviewed Executive Creative Director Kevin McKeon of StrawberryFrog, the highly regarded advertising agency responsible for the campaign.
The ads begin as conventional commercials for pricey cars or jewelry and then there's a shock: The new Lexus is a goat, in an appeal to provide funding for livestock for impoverished farmers. A jewelry box contains a hypodermic needle in an appeal for funding for polio vaccinations for entire villages.
"It's just to get people to think about gift giving in a different way and to do it in a way that's unexpected for that category," he says. "They're usually very sappy or make you feel guilty. [Our purpose is] to bring a little humor to it, to not make people feel like you're a bad person if you don't do it, but just to get them to remember that idea."
These are great ads for an important cause. We are pleased at Beet.TV to host the ad for the next couple of weeks. We hope that our colleagues in the online video content creation and syndication will integrate more public service messages into videos; it's important.
The post roll ad is being implemented and hosted by Blip.tv.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
This is an acrylic painting I did of my father's big truck. I thought a little humor could be added to it.
Not lookin' to be discovered, but thought you'd get a kick out of hearing what I ended up with after a little audacity action on my laptop! I'd still need a little more equipment, effects, and yes, practice before it would start sounding respectable, but I was happy with the result :-) I did the rhythm guitar & vocals all in one pass, then went back, a little overdub on the intro lead to get some harmonies, but the middle was one shot.
All the photos were taken during the deployment period except for the one of Teresa in blues and the very first one of her in her cammies & sunglasses. I was trying to show all the stuff she missed out on while away: house remodel, Robert's first day of school, Family Day, Robert's birthday, my promotion to Major, weddings, parties, concerts, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Robert getting his front tooth knocked out, our traffic collision, my birthday, Christmas, New Year, her mom's birthday, etc, etc... But tried to keep a little humor in there and make the photos try to match what was going on in the song.
*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - Brigitte Mars talks about how to get rid of menstrual cramps naturally...
I don't have any experience with this, but Annmarie and other women have told me that Brigitte's advice is solid.
Brigitte also addresses menopause and other important woman's issues. (There's also a little humor in this one!)
Take a look...
*******www.ResponsiblityProject**** Watch these animated cartoon shorts about funny accidents and prepare to laugh! Are you bored at work? Check out these funny animated short films! You know you need a little humor in the workplace. This cartoon makes you laugh and think. Watch these animation shorts on public health and safety until your boss shows up!
*******www.reflectionfilmsonline****. Triumvirate Environmental wanted to create a series of training videos on DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations for transport of hazardous materials. They wanted to make a rather dry subject have a little humor. This is a short excerpt from one of the twelve videos.
How to quit the curse ... real facts and real help...with a little humor.