How did I meet you? I don’t know
A messenger sent me in a tropical storm
You were there in the winter, moonlight on the snow
And on Lily Pond Lane when the weather was warm
Sara, oh Sara
Scorpio Sphinx in a calico dress
You must forgive me my unworthiness
Spoof Ads Mock ‘Share a Coke,’ Helps Save Lives in the Process
Coca-Cola’s latest marketing campaign seems to feed off many young people’s narcissistic need to be recognized by corporations, which is in and of itself troublesome. Add to that the very real health — and even deadly — consequences that come with drinking Coke (and any other soda), and you have a campaign begging for a response.
In the spirit of Adbusters, these spoof ads, and others like them, are challenging Coca-Cola’s targeting of teens, and forcing all of us to question our own food choices.
Fortunately, the antidote lies within: traditional food and culture. The Decolonize Your Diet movement is strong and growing everyday. For the sake of your health and that of our community’s, we recommend you check it out!
Happy Batman Day!!! What better way to celebrate than with this super cute bat.
"I’m a huge Batman fan." - digital image tech.
© The Field Museum, Z82688.
Vampire Bat. Used in Hall 15 exhibit screen, Bats are the only Mammals that Fly. Models by Leon L. Walters. The illustration indicates the actual dimensions of an averaged size bat of this blood sucking species found in tropical regions of Central and South America.
"Don’t boo me anymore"
"It’s just my music. It’s the only thing I have real dignity in, in my life. That’s the one area in my life where I can hold my head up and say, ‘No one can touch me.’ ‘Cos no one can touch me!
I’d like to be remembered as someone who wasn’t satisfied with just one level of musicianship…as someone who was a pioneer. I’ve got all this time to make that happen, that’s what’s so exciting. I’ve got years to do music.”
9/14/1983 - 7/23/2011