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The People Who Approved These Ads Have A Lot Of Explaining To Do

I'm pretty sure the people who create advertisements are robots, because I'd rather not think about the type of person you'd have to be to decide that any of these were good ideas.Don't go thinking sexist advertising only affects women: At 1:37, you'll find out how it's changed the way men see themselves, and at 2:49, there's an eye-opening experiment that you don't want to miss.

The People Who Approved These Ads Have A Lot Of Explaining To Do
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Seven years ago, Bill Murray shared a powerful story about the importance of art. The revelation came during a discussion at the National Gallery in London for the release of 2014's "The Monuments Men." The film is about a troop of soldiers on a mission to recover art stolen by the Nazis.

After his first time performing on stage in Chicago, Murray was so upset with himself that he contemplated taking his own life.

"I wasn't very good, and I remember my first experience, I was so bad I just walked out — out onto the street and just started walking," he said.

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