“It sounds really simple and easy but that’s just not the case.”
1. Many people take something as simple as walking alone at night for granted. But many women just don’t have that option.
2. Because no matter where they live, or how strong they are, the fact remains: The world is a dangerous place.
3. And the fear of what could happen can very easily become overwhelming.
4. Women find different ways to deal with that fear.
6. But at the end of the day, the fact that they even feel the *need* to be ready to fight is a sign that something needs to change.
Obesity has become a serious killer in America and the developed world. This PSA by Your Nutrition Spot has gone viral over the weekend and is a real wake up call. The commercial demonstrates for the viewers how becoming morbidly obese doesn’t happen over night, but takes an entire life time of bad eating and health habits.
Don’t lose sight of the message
Like so many teenagers these days, Liz admits that she used text on her phone while she was driving. But one time, she wasn’t fast enough. She crashed while checking a text. Now, Liz’s life has become a nightmare. Liz and her mom have teamed up with the US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to make this eye opening video which has gone viral with over 2.3 million views. Please don’t text and drive.
In the 1970s, Britain was experiencing an alarmingly high number of child fatalities from drowning. So the government decided to do something about it. In 1973, the Central Office of Information, in association with Illustra Films, produced a PSA entitled Lonely Water.
The PSA featured a demonic figure warning children to stay away from the water. It ran for several years during commercial breaks in children’s television programming. But was it effective? Check it out below and see for yourself…
Today, Lonely Water has achieved cult status, especially among adults who were children at the time it aired. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it also terrified millions of British children into never swimming again. Well, at least it kept them from drowning…?
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This video was made in 1995 by the 5th grade students at Ray Bjork school in Helena Montana, and a copy was uploaded to YouTube in 2009. But only now has it gone viral.
Appropriately, the student-made PSA is about the Interent, and how it’s going to change how we work, study, and have fun. They even touch on all the feline obsessing.
Much like the AT&T commercials from the same era, the PSA accurately predicted the Internet. Back then we knew what was ahead, just the RAM, CPU’s, and bandwidth weren’t there yet.
To demonstrate the fact that every three seconds a child dies from preventable causes around the world, the International Children’s Fund and Grey Düsseldorf commissioned The Wuppertaler Kurrende Boy’s Choir to sing the emotional cover for an unsuspecting audience.
What happens when your kids watch inappropriate television?
So please, leave the educational programming and cartoons for the kids.