Moms Demand Action, a collective of mothers calling for gun law reform, has launched a print and television advertising campaign focused on children in school.
Dodge ball was condemned by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education in 2006 and banned in some New Hampshire schools. Smaller promotions include an Easter campaign in which Kinder Surprise eggs were sent to CNN news show host Anderson Cooper and other news personalities. The Moms Demand Action campaign was developed pro bono at Grey Canada, Toronto, by chief creative officer Patrick Scissons, art director Yusong Zhang, account executive Laura Rovinescu and producer Karen Blazer.
Filming was shot by director Eden Robbins via Sugino Studio with executive producer Andy McLeod and producer Dan Arki. What is The Inspiration Room?A global effort designed to influence, affect and involve creative communities in the development of a world standard for inspiration, particularly in the fields of advertising, design and film.


Japan Trend Shop is a web retailer that sells -- among other things -- a whole bunch of wacky health and beauty products that offer unconventional alternatives to plastic surgery. Among the weirdest is the "Face Slimmer Exercise Mouthpiece," a silicone rubber device that supposedly targets "sagging facial skin and muscles" by essentially providing a bit for the user to maw on like a teething child. For $85, it doesn't look like the Face Slimmer is worth it -- even for the sake of novelty. And here's the "Face Trainer," a vibrating mouth plug that promises a non-surgical face-lift.
The Kinder chocolate egg was banned by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) because the small toy hidden inside could be a choking hazard.
An AR-15 assault weapon is fired in slow motion with each discharged shell casing representing a major shooting in America.


The makers recommend you say vowel sounds out loud over and over again, producing regular and methodical exercises that will strength the twelve facial expression muscles in a comprehensive way. We keep a€?Little Red Riding Hooda€™ out of schools because of the bottle of wine in her basket. Trina Schart Hyman’s version of Little Red Riding Hood was banned by two California schools in 1990 because Little Red Riding Hood is carrying a bottle of wine in her basket, a detail taken directly from the original 17th-century story by Charles Perrault. Although she reported subtle differences, including a "plumper and more toned" face, the supposed benefits of the fad product did not outweigh the fact that using it made her feel like a complete idiot.



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