If you were attacked by some bad guys as you were walking home, wouldn’t it be sweet to be able to call a time-out so that you can choose your weapon and load it? Bullet time, evasive rolls and enemy grabs are easy in this world.
I’m all about doing what I can to save our planet which is why I’m so excited to hear about Greenbutts, who have created an all-natural, 100% biodegradable cigarette filter. Every filter also contains sproutable plant seeds, which will grow when placed under a small amount of soil. By the way, the picture above is only a demonstration of the technology, not what what the filter actually looks like.
If you’re worried about your cigarette tasting different, Greenbutts claims that the filter will not change the taste at all. In fact, they say that you’ll be able to taste the tobacco even better because you won’t be able to taste their filter at all, while on normal cigarettes the filters often leave an undesirable after-taste.
This film isn’t new, but it was just brought to my attention again today after several years. Mark Osborne released the short film “More” in 1998 which was nominated for an Academy Award the same year.
In 6 minutes, “More” tells a very powerful story. The synopsis from the official website goes like this:
Over the last two years, Alex Popov spent his spare time putting together an Alien vs. Predator fan film titled AVP: Redemption. The effects aren’t the greatest ever seen, but you can’t complain when Popov spent only $500 total during the duration of making the short movie. He did all of the filming, directing, Editing, VFX compositing and sound design. I really dig the camera angles too.
I think this story is much more entertaining than the previous Hollywood adaptations. If you’ve got 20 minutes to spare, sit back with a snack and check this out.
If you’re having problems landing a job, why not try something creative like bidding on the names of the company heads of the businesses you’re applying to. Lot’s of people like to Google their own names and if you put up a creative ad telling them to hire you, you’re very likely to get their attention and an interview.
Check out the video below where Alec Brownstein placed ads for the names of creative directors at several NYC companies. He was actually offered a job from two of the companies he targeted and it cost him only $6.