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San Diego Zoo Safari Park "Fireman" (2014) :30 (USA)

San Diego Zoo Safari Park "Fireman" (2014) :30 (USA)

Apparently if you go see the new Tiger Trail Exhibit at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, you have the strength of tigers and then therefore pick up firemen and cats. Huh?

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San Diego Zoo Safari Park "Monster Truck" (2014) :30 (USA)

San Diego Zoo Safari Park "Monster Truck" (2014) :30 (USA)

Once you see the new Tiger Trail Exhibit at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, you're going to want to buy a monster truck. I love how the little girl cuts the salesman off when he tries to ask her if she even knows how to drive.

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San Diego Zoo Safari Park "guitar" (2014) :30 (USA)

San Diego Zoo Safari Park "guitar" (2014) :30 (USA)

Once you see the new Tiger Trail Exhibit at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, you're going to grow a mustache and start shredding on your axe. Even if you're ten.

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Kona Brewing Co. "Sad Hour" (2014) :30 (USA)

Kona Brewing Co. "Sad Hour" (2014) :30 (USA)

Why only one hour for happy hour? Why don't we have one sad hour and twenty-three hours of happy and one sad hour? I'm glad they got in the "we all got to work," line because this was starting to feel a little too stereotypical of Hawaiian culture.

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Kona Brewing Co. "Singletasking" (2014) :30 (USA)

Kona Brewing Co. "Singletasking" (2014) :30 (USA)

Two quirky character extolling the virtues of kicking back and chilling over some adult beverages? No, it's not Bartles and Jaymes.

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Ep Plus Neuro "Phone" (2014) 1:00 (Malaysia)

Ep Plus Neuro "Phone" (2014) 1:00 (Malaysia)

Alzheimer's awareness is extremely low in Malaysia. This ad helps create awareness by showing the progression from simple absentmindedness to something much worse. Very effective use social behavior, too. Starting on taking a photo of the parking spot is perfect.

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TEDx Short Film - The Glass Era (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

TEDx Short Film - The Glass Era  (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

In the future, TED talks had no chance to monetize important information by selling tickets to hear people who don't get paid to provide such information. Why? Because of Glassholes. Get it? People who wear Google glass? They even mock hipsters here, too.

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TEDx Short Film - The Vine Effect (2014) 1:22 (Canada)

TEDx Short Film - The Vine Effect (2014) 1:22 (Canada)

Unlike the Vine Society and Generation Twitter where everyone is dumbed down for expediency, TEDx prefer a longer format to communicate a larger idea, and with good reason.

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