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PSA of the Day: Zach Anner, who famously won his OWN show on Oprah's television network with the Interner's help, will finally launch that show -- Rollin' With Zach -- next month.

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More Time Is More Money of the Day: To prove to their deadline-setting clients that creativity takes time, Hungarian ad agency Café Creative visited some schoolchildren and asked them to perform two tasks: Complete a drawing in ten seconds, and then complete the same drawing in ten minutes.

Long story short, Café Creative landed itself on the

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PSA of the Day: Requiem for a Dream director Darren Aronofsky knows a thing or two about scaring the ever-living drug use out of the average moviegoer. Which is probably why he was tapped to direct a handful of anti-meth PSA for the Meth Project.

In case you were toying with the idea of getting into the glamorous world of meth use, these spots will likely help dissuade you of that.

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PSA of the Day: And now, a PSA about the importance of cleaning up your dog's poop to improve the water quality in Puget Sound featuring a spoof of "No Diggity" by Blackstreet called "Dog Doogity."

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Bloody Legendary PSA of the Day: A young Kiwi contemplates telling a buddy not to drink-drive in this decidedly "non-preachy" New Zealand Transport Agency PSA from Clemenger BBDO Wellington.

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PSA of the Day: Lancashire Police are warning resident to be on the lookout for a band of menacing pensioners roaming the streets and wreaking havoc.

The (mostly) tongue-in-cheek PSA attempts to convey the message that anti-social behavior of any sort would not be tolerated in Lancashire, irrespective of age.

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PSA of the Day: In its latest public awareness campaign, Pro Infirmis, a Swiss advocacy group for individuals with disabilities, conducts an experiment aimed at showing us that we could stand to be better in our attitude toward people who are different, and then throws in a Band of Horses song as if we needed to feel worse about it.

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