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Michael Boatman, Julie Bowen, Simon Helberg, and John Oliver are seriously funny in "A World Without Math," part of a Save the Children campaign for math education programs in Bangladesh and Malawi.

[savethechildren]

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Comedian Kevin Nealon reminds us that while there are a lot of problems we can't fix, making L.A. a no-kill city isn't among them.

[nokillla]

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"We aren't built to watch vertical videos!" Mario and Fafa of Glove and Boots lay bare the horrific -- if unintended -- consequences of Vertical Video Syndrome.

[laughingsquid]

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Comedian Todd Glass, who came out as gay in January, appears in a new PSA for the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network. The spot -- which questions whether there's a difference between gay suicide, and negligence from loved ones who push "archaic beliefs and misinformation" about homosexuality -- is an entry for a contest for GLSEN. (You can vote here.)

[thanks, ellen!]

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It's been an entire decade since Will Smith has recorded a title rap for one of his movies, and it seemed like Men in Black III would be the perfect opportunity for the Fresh Prince/galaxy defender to step to the mic one more time.

So, the producers of the movie did the logical thing ... they hired Pitbull?!

The folks at Sneaky Zebra are understandably not nodding their heads about this state of affairs.

[thanks, nick!]

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According to the Best Friends Animal Society, more than 80 percent of pet owners support spaying or neutering their furry friends. But apparently, pet owners can't seem to remember exactly when their animals should be sterilized (at 4 months old).

Enter the Fix at Four campaign, a series of clever PSAs that aims to reduce the number of accidental pets, and the best of which makes it seem as if a freaked-out father is trying to keep a bunch of horny neighborhood boys from impregnating his tween-age daughter.

"We purposely made them lighter," says Bill Oakley, of TM Advertising, which helped design the spots. "When I see those Sarah McLachlan commercials, I turn them off. I can't even watch them."

[adweek]

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