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Theyre incredibly kind and funny, and their creativity has a playful edge to it which I absolutely love. Robinson first encountered the pair as they promoted Climate Name Change, a clever 2013 project for 350 Action that proposed naming tropical storms after climate-change doubters like Sen. Marco Rubio. We want top-notch creatives, Robinson said, explaining the Joan approach to hiring, someone who has a sense of big ideas that cross the boundary between advertising and entertainment and also uses data in fresh, interesting ways instead of maintaining the status quo. Canning in a statement: We couldnt be happier to be joining Joan. Jaime and Lisa are two of the smartest and most talented people in this business and we cant wait to ride their long, illustrious coat tails to many successes.
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The foolish holidaymaker, on his way to Magaluf, won't take no for an answer when told his bag is too big to take on the flight. In the funny video he's seen bouncing on it until it's stuck.
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Maisie Williams seems to be getting more than she bargained for after making an online plea for fans to send her old photos of herself and Game of Thrones co-star Sophie Turner . The 19-year-old actress who plays Arya Stark on the HBO fantasy drama took to Twitter Monday to ask her followers to share pictures of the on-screen sisters from when the show first began. Can u pretty please send me funny pictures of Sophie and I when we were well young?, she wrote. They make me laugh so much. However, after receiving a barrage of hilarious shots, Williams apparently began to regret her request. What have I done, she tweeted mere minutes later. Can u pretty please send me funny pictures of Sophie and I when we were well young? They make me laugh so much Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) January 16, 2017 What have I done Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) January 16, 2017 Check out some of the best photos of the pair below.
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The facelifted headlights feature a hexagonal design with hinged ridges and they look far better, far more premium. They also look more aggressive, angrier, which fits the sporty nature of the 4 Series. These new headlights are also Bi-LED as standard, with Full LED as optional equipment. Out back, the taillights are now completely LED as standard and look very good, very fluid. They also feature BMW's classic L-shape design. It's funny how we never thought the 4 Series' taillights looked dull before, until we saw these new lights. They look far better and far more premium. Inside, not a lot has changed, but enough to give it a fresh look. Obviously, it gets BMW's latest iteration of iDrive, which comes with its new tile-optics layout and updated graphics. Despite the pre-facelift 4 Series' iDrive being fantastic, this new system is even better still.
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Sharing the note on Twitter , the funny man said his jokes were "not meant with any malice or disrespect," writing: Wanted to share this today. pic.twitter.com/mpKGBZic5kSteve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) January 17, 2017 Hopefully, Harvey really took this to heart and isn't just apologizing for the sake of it -- but only time will tell if he comes up with more fresh (unoffensive) material! Do YOU think the daytime talk show host needed to apologize?
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She's a funny girl, that Emma Watson. Most girls would jump at the chance to portray iconic fairy tale heroine Cinderella, but the actress declined to play that particular Disney princess. In the latest issue of Total Film magazine , Watson discussed why Belle spoke to her when Cinderella didn't. SEE ALSO: Emma Watson wows in first song as Belle from 'Beauty and the Beast' "I just felt the character resonated with me so much more than Cinderella did," Watson told Total Film, explaining she was offered the role of Cinderella in last year's live-action remake, but turned down the part that eventually went to Lily James. "I don't feel like I particularly fitted in when I was younger. There's this kind of outsider quality that Belle had, and the fact she had this really empowering defiance of what was expected of her. In a strange way, she challenges the status quo of the place she lives in, and I found that really inspiring.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Award-winning play All the Little Lights is returning to Nottingham as part of a UK tour which follows its premiere at the city's Playhouse in 2015.It explores the dangers of child sexual exploitation and what can happen when society 'looks the other way'.It's about three young girls struggling to find their place in the world, says Nottingham playwright Jane Upton.It's about securing friendships and finding an alternative family, as much as it is about the horrendous crimes...
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We dont sit around and try to figure out our take on the news cycle, but this series is really a testament to what working with smart, funny people can do. This idea had me raise an eyebrow, but its a total pleasant surprise, he said. Our job is to make people laugh, said Fumudoh. Were all just trying to get through this together. To Fumudoh, the series isnt just a way to poke at her hapless-yet-well-meaning white co-workers; its a way to cover race in a positive light. After seeing the phenomenon of conservative media platforms like Breitbart and dealing with people of that ilk in her Twitter mentions who claim she was already baiting people to talk about race, she decided to lean in and do it for real. Im grateful that I was encouraged to make a series that let me do what I want, said Fumudoh.
Design Milk - Home
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It's funny how the smallest change can really give new life to a design. Offsetting the triangles just slightly gives her a totally different feel. 9. As you can tell from this version, we landed on the more triangular pattern in the back rest. That design felt very Navajo to use and really fit with the sensibilities and inspirations that we have been surrounding ourselves with lately. Here is the final version of the Bend Goods Betty Stacking Chair in all her glory! 10. Here you can see how the Bend Goods Betty Stacking Chair has as much function as she does style. We are really excited about this new leg design and looking forward to testing it out on future designs very soon.
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Barney Stinson might be funny for his unapologetic womanizing on How I Met Your Mother. But mixing his character with revered civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. seems destined to go wrong. SEE ALSO: Why everyone is pissed the FBI is celebrating MLK Day on Twitter The Facebook page for the TV show which ended in 2014 published a post on MLK Day, appropriating King's revered "I Have a Dream" speech, but in the character of Stinson. It's tacky as hell, featuring lines like "I have a dream that one day all bros will rise up and live out the true meaning of their creed: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident - that all are boobs are created pretty good.'" Read more... More about Mlk Day , Martin Luther King , Martin Luther King Jr. , Barney Stinson , and How I Met Your Mother
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At first look Heng is a simple lamp, with a funny cord in the middle. The light, designed by Zanwen Li, really is simple but also more fun than it appears. The bentwood shapes and LED band are everything you'd expect, but to turn the lamp on and off you don't pull the cord down, you lift one half up. Unlike most lamps activated by pull-chain (or even button depressing) here the igniting connection is created when the lower of the two balls it lifted into the gentle magnetic pull of the other. Under tension they add a visual element to the lit lamp, and an unusually fun lo-fi interface. Having already snatched a Red Dot, the Heng is now on Kickstarter for the low low price of ~$44 USD. While it isn't making any wild or high tech claims, it's still one of the coolest updates on lighting UX we've seen in a while.
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According to an article I read about the health benefits of laughter, it can... Lower blood pressure Increase vascular blood flow and oxygenation of the blood Give a workout to the diaphragm and abdominal, respiratory, facial, leg, and back muscles Reduce certain stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline Increase the response of tumor- and disease-killing cells such as Gamma-interferon and T-cells Defend against respiratory infections-even reducing the frequency of colds-by immunoglobulin in saliva. Over the years many of us lose the ability to find laughter every day. Maybe it's because of our circumstances, or maybe it's because we just don't go looking for it. Think of things that make you happy and make time to do them with a friend. If you can't think of anything to do or find a friend, then rent a funny movie. Don't know any? Look no further.
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LONDON Arya and Sansa Stark may be total badasses these days, but it wasn't always that way. Long before they were battle-hardened by the endless, freezing misery of Westeros, everybody's favourite Game of Thrones sisters were... well, they were just sort of small and adorable. SEE ALSO: Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner just took friendship goals to a whole new level On Monday afternoon, Maisie Williams tweeted the following request for old photos of herself and BFF Sophie Turner. Can u pretty please send me funny pictures of Sophie and I when we were well young? They make me laugh so much Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) January 16, 2017 Read more... More about Uk , Game Of Thrones , Twitter , Sophie Turner , and Maisie Williams
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