If you like yourself too much, demand constant attention from others, watch yourself in the mirror 10 times per day and talk about yourself all the time, you are not sick. At least in America, where the phenomenon of narcissism has been removed from psychiatric disorders. Such a shame.
Non-profit organisation Actionaid is launching a video campaign against SABMiller – owner of Grolsch’s beer – who is dodging its taxes around the world, by siphoning profits into tax havens.
“They’re the world’s second biggest brewer, making profits of £2 billion, with headquarters just off Park Lane. The taxes they dodge in Africa could put an extra 250,000 children in school there. When big companies dodge their taxes, ordinary people end up paying more. That’s why ActionAid committing itself to schtop tax dodging”. Actioaid
ShowMe.TV is not a regular social community, it has a unique concept based on a video contest community that challenges and rewards its members to compete in regular video-based contests across four categories. In a unique twist, ShowMe.tv also enables members to bet on their favourite contest entry, and rewards the traditionally unremunerated voter with cash prizes if they bet on the winning video.
ShowMe encourages individuals to compete in contests across four key categories; – Sports, Beauty Island – Beauty, Donkey Circus – Pranks and Jam Planet – Music, by uploading short video clips where they can express themselves, sharing their passions and interests with the community. Every month ShowMe.tv launches contests across each category. Contests last for eight weeks and are won by the video entry that receives the most votes.
In Australia, the United Kingdom and Germany, some nursing homes build false, imitation bus stops for their patients who are suffering from dementia. Some of these bus stops are even fitted with outdated advertisements and timetables – 30 years outdated. The patients will sit at the bus stop waiting for a bus to take them to their imagined destination. After some time the nursing staff comes to escort the clients back to the retirement home.
“4th amendment wear” group offers a clever clothing idea to fight TSA full-body scanners without saying a word. The underwear has the 4th amendment of the US Constitution printed with mettalic inc, visible to the scanners and obviously the officer in charge. That’s a clever way to protest without saying a word.
If you have a nice profile picture, you may want to submit if into the Sony contest for the best profile picture on Facebook. By submitting your photo you enter the contest to win a Sony NEX-5 camera and the main prize, which is a trip to Rome for two. There are 5 categories in which you can participate with your photo, including night pictures, outdoor picture and portraits among others.
To participate, simply submit your profile picture into the contest. Read more about the competition and join here.