Security camera clips that make the news usually show bad things, but Coke decided to “look at the world a little differently” in this heartwarming viral video. They found security camera footage from around the world showing happy moments: people stealing kisses instead of possessions, dealing potato chips instead of drugs, and offering car assistance rather than road rage. [x]
man this just gave me chills
this is perfect
this is beautiful
Seth: Really? I mean is this really a time to say to brave men and women, “thanks because we’re good, but we’re not good.” U.S. Military Policy could use a makeover. Hm, who’s really good at makeovers? Really?
Amy: Really? And what do you think, gay soldiers are getting something out of the deal? “Hey I’m totally gaming the system! All I gotta do is go to Afghanistan for 18 months where a bunch of people are gonna try to kill me, but on the plus side I might just catch a glimpse of some dude’s wiener in the shower.” Really?
“I think films are kind of catching up in a way to where television has been for a long time. Television is still, in my opinion, the best place for female characters,” she said. “I’m so down with TV right now. Everything I watch is on TV and I love everything on TV and I think most TV shows are better than movies — there, I said it.” Poehler’s favorites? Mad Men, Hoarders, and Breaking Bad. Ariel Levy described Leslie Knope, the earnest small-town politician Poehler plays on Parks and Recreation, as her “favorite feminist on TV.” Poehler, too, identifies with Leslie’s can-do spirit. “I don’t think believing one person can make a difference, or change is going to come, means that you’re silly or that you’re uninformed,” she said. There is, however, at least one crucial difference between Poehler and her onscreen counterpart: “She loves to go camping, and I do not.” — Amy Poehler at the 2011 New Yorker Festival
Tom: Let me ask you this. Are you living your dreams? Well, I’m living mine. And if you wanna live yours, here’s my card.