Mick Jagger introduces the Monty Python Live (mostly) Press Conference
It was one of the most interesting and unscripted moments of this year’s Cannes Lions, and it only happened because one man was willing to make a fool of himself to help save lives.
Try to learn to breathe deeply, really to taste food when you eat, and when you sleep, really to sleep. Try as much as possible to be wholly alive with all your might, and when you laugh, laugh like hell. And when you get angry, get good and angry. Try to be alive. You will be dead soon enough.
Oscar 2012 - Colin Firth introduces Meryl Streep
" We were in Greece. We danced. I was gay. We were happy! :)
Imagine how great America would have been if Great Britain won the Revolutionary War. And imagine how much beer Newcastle would’ve sold.
Diane Sawyer is officially stepping down from the leadership of ABC’s World News franchise, and David Muir is stepping up. Starting Sept. 2, David Muir will become the anchor and managing editor of the ABC News’s flagship broadcast, World News.
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What’s more, as the ads here show, Banana Republic has proven itself adept at something else: keeping its casually classic persona intact even as it adjusts its marketing to reflect the wider world. In this case, that adjustment is as dramatic as the pace of social change itself. Banana Republic has long enjoyed the patronage of gay men, and a few months ago, it finally put them in its advertising.
Such a move would have been unthinkable two decades ago when this 1992 ad typified the mood of midscale fashion: black and white, mildly abstract, reassuringly heterosexual. “Twenty-one years ago, no major brand ran gay ads in general market magazines where ‘straight eyes’ could catch a glimpse,” said Thomas Roth, president of San Francisco-based Community Marketing & Insights. “Now, gay-inclusive imagery is seen across mainstream media.”
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