There's a double-sided poster available at GameStop. Oh, imagine the unintentional fun you could have when you put it up, say, to cover a hole in the wall. Ridiculous fun to get out what is essentially a small promotion at the retail level.
VEJA magazine takes us down deep-- how deep? Really freaking deep, to show you what it's like when you go deep into a topic. In this case it's 5,000 meters. All to make the point that the deeper you go, the uglier it gets.
Rock's drowned, played Russian roulette and lost, OD'd on all manner of drugs, been stabbed and shot, been in several plane crashes, had all manner of cancers, choked on a cocktail cherry, choked himself to death, etc.
The Powerpuff Girls are back and they made a splash in Townsville Dubai by literally descending upon the place from the skies. In the Middle East they're also going to see some all new episodes. How fun!
A curling enthusiast gets denied the chance to watch his beloved sport and retreats to his "shiny place," i.e. playing the mobile game Bejeweled Stars. In it he imagines putting the wifey and dog in place while he rides atop a giant curling stone.
Sprout, for those who don't know, is a 24-hour preschool TV network. So this "let's all say goodbye to mom guilt," message is brought to us by Sprout. There is such a disconnect between what we are seeing and that end message that it comes across as being confusing.