Category Archives: HUMANITY

Dave’s #EpicStrut TV Ad | MoneySuperMarket

Meet Dave, he saved money on his car insurance with MoneySuperMarket and now he feels EPIC!

Dave feels so epic in fact, that he can’t help but show it as he struts his stuff on the way to work. His infectious dance oozes confidence as passers buy are unable to ignore Dave getting down, with one particularly impressed onlooker judging him to be “so MoneySuperMarket!”

Don’t Cha wish you had Dave’s #EpicStrut?

There’s nothing quite like the satisfying feeling of making huge savings on auto insurance. One might even be compelled to celebrate by flamboyantly strutting down the street, alarming onlookers.

That’s the premise of a new ad from U.K. price comparison service MoneySuperMarket. Made by agency Mother London, the spot shows Dave, a typical everyday guy stepping out of his car and, due to his joy at the large savings he has just made on his auto insurance, begin to strut his stuff. We recommend you watch the ad before progressing any further here.

He attracts the attention of passers-by and as the camera pans down we see why. Beneath his sober business jacket and tie he is sporting body-enhancing hot pants and killer heels (the creatives behind the spot tell us that what you see is all the actor’s assets, not CG).

Set to the Pussycat Dolls track, “Don’t Cha” he progresses down a Los Angeles street doing some remarkable twerking and is later joined by dancers. As he passes a hotel entrance he is spotted by Sharon Osbourne who remarks: “Dave darling, you are so MoneySuperMarket.”

The TV spot, which broke in the U.K. at the weekend, is the latest in a series that uses the “You’re so MoneySuperMarket” strapline. This execution is being supported on social media using the hashtag #epicstrut with additional activity planned across PR and CRM channels.

Creative direction is by Kyle Harman-Turner and Martin Rose and the film is directed by Fredrik Bond from production company Sonny London.


In an abandoned house in Poughkeepsie, New York murder investigators uncover hundreds of tapes showing decades of a serial killer’s work.

In 2001, police in Poughkeepsie New York made a shocking discovery–10 bodies buried in the backyard of a residential house. Astonishingly, that was only the beginning. Inside the home, police uncovered over 800 neatly organized videotapes detailing the exploits of one man’s decade-long crime spree. The most disturbing part of the find was that the killer had filmed all of the footage himself–from his first moments stalking his victims to their last seconds alive. “The Poughkeepsie Tapes” examines the homicides–incorporating interviews from criminal experts, testimony from the only victim ever rescued alive, and chilling footage shot from the killer’s own camera–documenting the twisted path of a serial killer as never before. Beginning in 1988, a wave of missing person reports and unsolved murders from New York to Pennsylvania, began to alarm law enforcement officials. Many of the strange disappearances and dead victims held similarities. Soon the authorities realized they were dealing with a serial killer. The hunt to identify and capture the killer was layered with troubling facts and haunting events, eventually ending at the house where the tapes were found. Unfortunately, the discovery left more questions than answers. Did the killer leave the tapes intentionally? Do the tapes hold hidden clues? Is he still active? This film dares to show what has never been presented to the public before-the evidence, the puzzle, and the footage of “The Poughkeepsie Tapes.”



John Erick Dowdle


Drew Dowdle (story), John Erick Dowdle

Motorcycle Crash Ends With Biker Standing On The Car Roof

Every now and then a video comes along that leaves you speechless, and this motorcycle crash is one of those.

This incredible video captured using a dash camera shows the moment that a motorcyclist crashes into the back of a car on the motorway.

Rather than ending in disaster the rider is unbelievably flipped over his bike, landing feet first on the roof of the car. If that wasn’t enough, he keeps his balance, on a moving car, on the motorway, probably moving at over 60mph.

– This Is The Most Badass Motorcycle Accident You’ll Ever See In Your Life

That has to be the best landing ever caught on tape — in any situation.

– Biker crashes into car, lands standing on its roof

– Spider-Man has some competition.

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– Motorcyclist crashes, flips and sticks a perfect landing on a car’s roof

– Motorcyclist crash and perfectly lands on a car’s roof

– Biker Crashes Into Car, Ends Up Standing On The Roof

– Luckiest Biker in Belarus Front Flips onto the Roof of a Moving Car after Motorcycle Crash

The luckiest and the most acrobatic motorcycle crash ever caught on a dash-cam. Happened in the city of Mogilev, Belarus.

– Man escapes motorcycle crash by flipping onto car

– This Is The Most Insane Acrobatic Motorcycle Crash You Will Ever See

– Dashcam captures biker’s ‘spiderman’ recovery after high speed crash

Krokodil (crocodil) The drug that eats junkies (Extremely Graphic)

It is desomorphine, a synthetic opiate many times more powerful than heroin that is created from a complex chain of mixing and chemical reactions, which the addicts perform from memory several times a day. While heroin costs from £20 to £60 per dose, desomorphine can be “cooked” from codeine-based headache pills that cost £2 per pack, and other household ingredients available cheaply from the markets.

It is a drug for the poor, and its effects are horrific. It was given its reptilian name because its poisonous ingredients quickly turn the skin scaly. Worse follows.

Russian drug “Crocodile” has reached epidemic levels. Almost one million people within the population use the drug. And it is very difficult to impossible to recover from this addiction – not enough time. A man addicted to the drug can die within 2-3 years of ‘therapy’. This drug affects the entire boyd, but in the place where it was given, the skin takes on greenish hue, and becomes covered with scales like the crocodile; then the skin starts to peel off and dies. That is why the drug is called “Crocodile”. In the end most individuals succumb to gangrene and amputation.

“Pavlov said that her turning point was 2008, in her brother’s kitchen. For almost two weeks she did nothing else, and the entire time only used the” crocodile “. Getting high lasts about half an hour, but it takes an hour to make the drug. So, I viriausi badžiausi and did the drug almost 24 hours a day,”- said the girl. Finally, the wound began to turn gangrene, and blood poisoning began. She went to a hospital and there she was invited to apply to the rehabilitation center. Pavlov agreed. That she would be away from the temptations offered to treat her in a remote area Čičeve. True, the distance was a specific barrier – In 2009, she managed to escape from the rehabilitation center, hail a car pakeleivingą to Moscow and from there by train to go home to Vorkuta to again be able to get a “crocodile”. Now she hopes that she will be able to overcome the addiction. “I can not go back to that. When it began, it was great. But what happened later … it was hell, “- she says. If Pavlov will be able to overcome this terrible addiction, it is very rare exception in the fight against a terrible new epidemic raging in Russia, which have already been meetings and to prepare the country’s president, Dmitry Medvedev. ”