An ad agency tried to save a language after reading a seemingly credible story in a major newspaper. There was just one problem. Continue reading
Short video mash up to keep alive your hopes and dreams. Continue reading
A pigeon apparently didn’t think much of a lawmaker’s ideas to address a messy situation at a Chicago Transit Authority … Continue reading
Immigration and migration are, historically, the first line of defense against poverty and starvation. For those facing unsurmountable odds, being a refugee is the first line of defense against being murdered. Continue reading
We made this video right before the last election and thought it would be great for the Hillary campaign. Continue reading
4 to 7 billion trees are cut down every year, according to IntactForests Organization. According to Worldometers, there have been 44 million deaths this year. So as catchy as this meme is, it would take 159 years to replenish one year’s worth of deforestation. And there’s another problem. 28% of trees are cut down for … Continue reading
Of course, he didn’t mean airports. He meant his Martian colony on the moon, meaning Mars, where there’s a colony because a flag is planted there, and he put it there, of course, to scare the Redcoats. Or were they Bluecoats?
It’s a sad day for America when a president co-opts the meaning of our only national celebration dedicated to breaking from authoritarianism.
In an effort to keep Individual One from invading every day of our lives, here is a gallery of visuals to keep you distracted. • Alfred Hitchcock in drag • Freaky nature • Breaking News • Chick-Fil-A • Satan Cookies • Mean Sign • Whale • Cartoon • Bad Recipe
We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor, it must be demanded by the oppressed. Continue reading
For any child, finding out there’s no Santa Clause triggers three stages of grief. First: Shame. “The older kids have been laughing behind my back.” Second: Disbelief. “How could every authority figure in my life be perpetuating a conspiracy like this? Mom and dad, the post office and NORAD? You don’t make this kind of stuff up!” Third: Vindication. “I knew something smelled fishy. I was just about to solve it.” Continue reading
In 1997, Kathleen Caronna spent 24 days in a coma after a Cat in the Hat float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade crashed into a lamppost, causing part of the lamppost to plunge into her. Continue reading