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PSA of the Day: Taking a page from the book of National Lampoon's "buy this magazine or we'll kill this dog," the American Lung Association has launched a new campaign wherein they subject a baby with asthma to harmful power plant pollutants in order to make it cough.

I get your point, ALA, but did you really have to make an asthmatic baby sick just to make it? Seems a bit much.

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PSA of the Day: Spotted at Mutt Lynch's in Newport Beach, California.

I am cutting out for a few hours to consume a dead bird as tradition dictates.

Should I eat myself into a stupor never to awake again, I just wanted to let you know that I think you're smart, and funny, and nice, and smell great, and always look impeccable (even in those insufferable sparkly galoshes you insist on wearing), and I am thankfu

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PSA of the Day: Thank your dog for their years of loyalty by not giving them your Thanksgiving scraps.

Here is a link to some helpful tips on how to keep your pet happy and healthy throughout the Thanksgiving holiday.

See also: 10 Thanksgiving Foods Dangerous to Your Dog.

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PSA of the Day: The can-do-no-wrong filmmaking collective known as Everynone (previously, and) have produced a poignant anti-bullying PSA that recalls Darren Aronofsky's

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PSA of the Day: Samuel L. Jackson has had it with your motherf*ckin' blame on your motherf*ckin' mother in this appropriately intense anti-gun-violence PSA.

[thd.]

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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

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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