DeeAnn Marie

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From 2008.
Agency: Shalmor Avnon Amichay / Young & Rubicam, Tel Aviv
Chief Creative Officer: Gideon Amichay
Creative Director: Tzur Golan
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adteachings:

From 2008.

Agency: Shalmor Avnon Amichay / Young & Rubicam, Tel Aviv

Chief Creative Officer: Gideon Amichay

Creative Director: Tzur Golan

Group Creative Director: Yariv Twig

Art Director: Shirley Bahar

Account Manager: Sharon Manzour

Planner: Liron Shecter

Account Director: Michal Rubin

Y&R EXTRA: Vered Kinreich, Hagai Ramati

Copywriter: Avital Pinchevsky

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larhunter:

"The Funeral" starring Carol Burnett and Robin Williams

It may seem a little morbid to post this, but this is one of my favorite things Robin Williams ever did. RW plays a man who is trying to comfort CB at a funeral.  It’s very sweet and funny and after the sketch ends they do it over again because Robin wants to try a new spin on it.  He makes Carol Burnett break at about 8:10 and then he starts laughing too.  It’s pretty great.

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I heard a joke once: Man goes to doctor. Says he’s depressed. Says life is harsh and cruel. Says he feels all alone in a threatening world. Doctor says, “Treatment is simple. The great clown Pagliacci is in town tonight. Go see him. That should pick you up.” Man bursts into tears. Says, “But doctor… I am Pagliacci.” Good joke. Everybody laugh. Roll on snare drum. Curtains.
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From Sachs to Kristof to Invisible Children to TED, the fastest growth industry in the US is the White Savior Industrial Complex. The white savior supports brutal policies in the morning, founds charities in the afternoon, and receives awards in the evening. The banality of evil transmutes into the banality of sentimentality. The world is nothing but a problem to be solved by enthusiasm. This world exists simply to satisfy the needs - including, importantly, the sentimental needs - of white people and Oprah.
Teju Cole (via skressedout)

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Sometimes we get sad about things and we don’t like to tell other people that we are sad about them. We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really are.
Mark Haddon (via thatlitsite)

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When Struggling Families Spark Internet Rage

Ms. Kenneally told Op-Talk that she was devastated by the response. After the Slate article’s publication, she said, she was soon fielding calls from Kayla and others. She was concerned for her subjects: young, vulnerable people who were reading comments on Facebook calling them “trash.” She added that social media had changed these subjects’ lives: “These guys live on Facebook like they used to live on their front porch.”

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