The Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans wants to “set the record straight” about slavery. This video points out that the “Northern colonies of Massachusetts and Connecticut were the first to legalize slavery,” but somehow neglects to mention that it was the Southern states that fought so hard to keep it legal. Incidentally, […]
Little Wally needed safe place to hide his dinner. Luckily Jax, a Bernese mountain dog, was nearby. There is a lot of disturbing news out there this weekend, folks. But this video will make you forget all about it — at least for a few seconds. Enjoy. And thank you, YouTube user Shannon Apple, for […]
GOP Rep. Michael Grimm of Staten Island has a PR mess on his hands after threatening to “break” an NY1 reporter and throw him over a balcony after the State of the Union Address. The reporter had asked Grimm about campaign-finance allegations against him.
Dansons la capucine Y’ a pas de pain chez nous Y’ en a chez la voisine Mais ce n’est pas pour nous Yooou ! Dansons la capucine Y’ a pas de vin chez nous Y’ en a chez la voisine Mais ce n’est pas pour nous Yooou ! Dansons la capucine Y’a pas de feu […]
No doubt you’ve seen plenty of television and Web ads this week painting picturesque scenes of father-child bonding moments as they attempt to lure you into yet another holiday manufactured by the greeting-card industry. But what do you get your old man if, like most of us, your family history is less than idyllic? And […]
When Glittersnipe fan, and CEO of ChicGayTraveler.com, Laurie Wolfe sent us these videos suggesting we post them, we appreciated her thinking of us but frankly we weren’t very interested; we very rarely publish videos anyway. We thanked her and said we’d pass, but she wouldn’t take no for an answer and wrote us back. She […]
Perrier’s The Drop, directed by Johan Renck. Ogilvy and Mather advertising.
Congressman Anthony Weiner’s rant at 7:50 is nothing short of a Mr. Smith Goes to Washington petrol-fueled plea of conviction. (Note: Additional orange hyperlinks below will open in a separate window so you may continue to listen to the video.) The article below was first published on May 22, 2013; the day Anthony Weiner announced […]
From sartorial vigilantism to callousness to altruism, there is so much going on in Greg Karber’s short video that it’s enough to throw your emotions into a spin cycle. Though the commentary is certainly humorous, when segued with images of homeless people, the effect morphs slightly squirmy. Ultimately, however, we believe that the end result […]
The most recent episode of Mad Men contained so many mergers, alliances, and dalliances — both on and off the clock — that the show felt more like a season finale. x When Peggy’s boss Ted gave her an impulsive smooch in office, she seemed so smitten that we were hoping to set our clocks […]