Christmas came early: Spaghetti-O's makes a Pearl Harbor tweet.

Yes, this is real. And yes, it's insane.

Huge props to @it's_Elliot for the hat tip here.

This tweet has been up for three hours and hasn't been taken down, so we can only assume the social media team went home after the holiday bar binge. Somehow, the social media intern at Spaghetti-O's pulled a fast one. Either that or or this amazing piece of WTF-ness was approved by the SpaghettiO's higher ups while they were busy "multi-tasking."

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Eminem wants you to retweet for charity.

Today Eminem launched a donation campaign as part of #GivingTuesday benefitting Wolverine Human Services.

Wolverine Human services, is an organization that helps troubled youths, in Michigan.

The initiative is simple: you can retweet Eminem's tweet, to donate ten dollars.

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@MobCityTNT: the first ever screenplay adapted for twitter.

To capitalize on peoples' habits of tweeting whilst watching TV, TNT's period piece Mob City created what they are referring to as the first ever (gulp) adaptweetion.

The activation, (sorry but I can't type that word again) in partnership with Deutsch NY, allows the Mob City story to unfold over three days, all ramping up to the December 4th premiere on TNT.

If you don't catch the livetweeting, no worries, there's a storified-like version of it here on mobscript.com.

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Commercial Advertising in Schools: Dumb, dumb, dumb.

Philadelphia is considering a bill proposal which would allows advertising on school property. Consumer advocacy group Public Citizen submitted testimony to The Philadelphia City council today condemning advertising in schools for two big reasons: It's detrimental to education and a paltry source of extra revenue.

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Burn some calories with Neviot

Working out may not be this easy but with a seven calorie drink plus a good workout, you're bound to lose some pounds.

I'll bet if people see this after the holiday food fest they'll be lining up to buy a few cases of Neviot +7 to fulfill their New Year's Resolution, too.

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The Field Museum "Electricity" (2013) :15 (USA)

The Field Museum "Electricity" (2013) :15 (USA)

Filmworkers helped Chicago agency DDB recapture the thrills experienced by visitors to Chicago’s 1893 World’s Fair in a new ad campaign for The Field Museum. The campaign promotes the Museum’s current exhibit marking the 120th anniversary of the Fair and featuring artifacts from the landmark event. One spot shows a woman gazing at a mammoth dynamo as an electrical arc causes her hair to stand on end.

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Amarillo, Texas settles logo dispute with Dubai Real Estate company.

Poor Amarillo. Their first ever logo turned out to be a direct rip off of a Dubai real estate company. (Be sure to check out the image above to compare the differences. I mean similarities, HAR HAR HAR.)

Emaar Real Estate sent a letter to Amarillo, just in time to throw water on its 100th anniversary celebration and first ever logo unveiling, saying this:

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Moyee: The coffee for radicals.

Do you believe that Julian Assange is a hero? Do you believe that Bradley/Chelsea Manning potentially putting the lives of American soldiers, and their allies in danger is something to be celebrated? Do you believe a Russian punk rock girl who stages exploits such as shoving a chicken in her vagina is fighting for us all?

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Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers: Every Text Helps

Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers is a See Something Say Something org, up in British Columbia. Crime Stoppers feels like more people aren't reporting what they see because they feel like what they haven't witnessed anything of value.

This campaign raises awareness that even the smallest tip can be paired with other tips, providing enough leads to crack the case. It also communicates the fact that you can actually text in your tips.

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Samsung searching for Women of Steel

Samsung Home appliances is working with MXM Social to find women who have gone through a lot, beat the odds, or find their strength to become role models.

The Women Of Steel initiative runs until December 3rd. You can vote for their favorite woman of steel and share their story in a 100 words or less to prove why she deserves to be recognized as Woman Of Steel.

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