There's a car crash, a drug crash, a tap dance and a sex scene. And one censored F-bomb. All in all, it was a bizarre, whirling and -- frankly -- exhausting episode.
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The Ramble comments. I think nude photos are rad. I think not taking nude photos is rad. I think whatever you want to do sexually or artistically is a-okay as long as its enthusiastically consensual — stick a carrot up your ass, if you want, while banging your genitals with a tambourine.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Jordan Peele has a warning for viewers about trusting material they encounter online. Rob recently went viral for making millions of users aware of a simple feature that can give him, and others in the blind community, access to a wealth of silly memes and influential images. It's important.
Former Prison Break star Lane Garrison has made an emotional public service announcement about drink driving, after he was involved in a crash that left a year-old dead. The actor was driving an SUV in December when it jumped a curb and hit a tree, killing Beverly Hills student Vahagn Setian and injured two year-old girl passengers. He was found to have a blood count of over 0.
A billion views. Insane, right? But also not that surprising, considering the level of care and attention that seemed to go into every sketch from the top down — from the subversive, racially aware sketches that gave the show its edgeto the many others about farts.
A conspicuous consumer Scout on the catch of queer-friendly advertising campaigns. Watching antiquated Public Service Announcements and guidance films gives me a thrill. Most recently, I uncovered a gem from Inglewood, California one of the final bastions of racism and homophobia.
There's a line between a harmless comment and an instance of sexual harassment, and this public service campaign is reminding people not to cross it. The campaign was launched after the Australian Human Rights Commission's Working Without Fear survey found that approximately one in five people had experienced workplace sexual harassment in the past five years. And more women reported being harassed than men: 33 percent of Australian women reported being sexually harassed at work in their lifetime, compared to 9 percent of men. Things aren't much better in American workplaces.