Lionel! Jack! Bud! Chris! Dad! John! Diana! Urinals! Pedants!

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  • September 2, 2010
  • Ben Fahy

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Lionel Richie remixes himself for (and possibly sells his soul to) Walkers crisps.

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Jack Black pans Orange in a spoof Gulliver's Travels trailer for Orange.

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Bud Light's take on the consequences of the swear jar.

Arcade Fire, Chris Milk and Google's amazing interactive music video experiment (well worth downloading Chrome to experience it properly); get some business inspiration with this start-up idea generator; the perfect father's day gift; the Chinese approach to public transport and the memory of Diana; 25-year-old forex wunderkind John Key profiled on Close-Up back in 1987; and one for the 'pedantophiles', a blog that details the use of unnecessary quotation marks.

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