Don't say I didn't warn you I give you Angelo in all of his Delusions of Grandeur For some reason he disabled embedding on his "official" video for his first single but here is the link. Yes this fool has a single out on iTunes.
We can all agree that World Star Videos are awful, right? Well, I came across this video on my Tumblr. Just popped up on my feed and had never seen it before. I've blacked out (or ReD'd out) some of the image because it's extremely NSFW. So be warned. But if you want to watch it...and it's absolutely ABSURD, folks. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/1iTF0Hh Now that you've watched it, you might be interested in the conversation it spurned between Slaus and I: \ Now that you've seen what WE had to say, what do YOU think about this video?
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Recently I posted about a unique marketing campaign the Dove soap company was working on, challenging women to examine their own self-image versus the way that other people saw them. Knowing that many times people can be their own worst critic, and that having negative view of your inner beauty can be a hindrance to living your life to it's fullest potential -- Dove hired a former forensics artist to make two drawings of several women. One based on their own descriptions, and a second based off the details provided by someone who had only just met them. The differences were striking. The ad campaign isn't without it's critics -- several people have made mention of the campaign's apparent message that a womans worth is only expressed through her physical beauty, or that the ad campaign seems to be aimed only at a specific demographic -- but the one criticism that we hadn't heard is the one you might not have initially expected. What about the men? What about our own negative feelings about our beauty? Don't men deserve help realizing their own self-worth? Even in a world where men generally seem to have more opportunities and privilege than their female counterparts, shouldn't our hurt feelings also be addressed? Well finally someone decided to answer that [...]
Honestly, did NO ONE look over the proofs before signing off on this? You know, it's one thing for there to be stupid people, because that's a universal constant. But it takes some truly special forces to align for this sort of magic to happen and then be approved by others whose job it is to check things for errors. Also, mad points to the guy who used his cell phone while he was driving to take a picture of this so it could be properly made fun of. Don't even think we forgot about you. Thanks for playing.