Today, Jessica looks at when to call somebody and when to turn off your phone.
In 1914, construction was underway for the first baseball season at Weeghman Park for the Federal League Chicago Whales team. In 1926, the park was renamed Wrigley Field and is now home to the Chicago Cubs.
(Chicago Daily News)
wait, there’s a maze at the exit?? THERE’S A MAZE?? THAT’S AMAZING, I’D HEARD THE FRIEND ZONE WAS HARD TO GET OUT OF BUT I NEVER DREAMED IT’D BE FOR SUCH AN AWESOME REASON
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This South African commercial for Bell’s scotch is so not what I thought it was going to be. It’s a familial intergenerational look at literacy and attaining literacy as a subject in one’s own experience versus as an object of pity and projection. And yeah, it’s sweet and I teared up; I liked that he was in his community and surrounded by family on this adventure, not just an object someone projects a White Savior narrative on.
It made me think of Quvenzhané’s Maserati commercial where a compelling story was told so much so that the product is beyond secondary, where the product could be removed and then you have a great short film, except with this commercial the product actually fits more than in the aforementioned. Creative ad.