Planned Parenthood made a fantastic response ad featuring two former athletes. It showed respect for Mrs. Tebow's personal choice, while also stressing that women can, in fact, be trusted to make their own choices. You can see it on their YouTube channel. I wish that one was also aired.
Is the ad really titled "Suicide"? Was that necessary? I find that pretty apalling, having been an attempt survivor myself.
It would've been just as funny if it was meant that the cat was so bored with his surroundings, that he was willing to risk the high jump just to get the hell out.
Now I get it. They didn't say anything. I'm a dope.
Kind of confusing to me. Maybe I'll have to watch it a few more times to get the word play.
TAC's new tactic to reduce the number of dangerous drivers on the road is to make an ad so miserable, people will want to kill themselves to escape the resulting deep, dark depression.
Welp, I'm going to off myself now.
PUT THE HOODIE IN THE BASKET.
This brought tears to my eyes, and for good reason. A couple of weeks ago, my mother was hit by someone that texted while driving. Her car was totaled, and she was pretty badly injured. The worst part was, as she was being loaded onto the ambulance, the other driver was laughing and having a ball, obviously not taking the harm that she caused to my mom seriously. I would do ANYTHING to get a similar ad to appear in the US, but sadly that's highly unlikely because so many people are too sensitive about such images. I am definitely going to share this link amongst everyone I know.
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