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Happy Little Clouds: The ultimate Bob Ross remix.

Happy Birthday to a true legend that will never be forgotten.

It’s been more than 23 years since the world lost Norman Robert Ross. But we’ll never forget the relaxed, reassuring and inspiring artist known professionally as Bob Ross.

And it’s never a bad time to sit back and watch this incredible clouds remix from PBS that does a beautiful job of honoring his life.

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What If Gender Roles In Advertising Were Reversed?

Advertising would feel slightly more ridiculous if men were sexualized the way women are...but only slightly.

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Advertising would feel slightly more ridiculous if men were sexualized the way women are... but only slightly.

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Intermission: Bridging The Generational Divide

German photographer Frauke Theilking shows the differences and similarities between parents and children in a striking photo series.

"Generation" is a photography series created by German photographer and artist Frauke Theilking to demonstrate the differences and similarities between generations. Theilking focused on mother/daughter and father/son pairs, staging them with no distractions from clothing or background.

While many people want to separate themselves as much as possible from their parents, whether by changing appearance or moving away, Theilking’s photos are a reminder that we can never fully escape familial bonds.

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Intermission: Russian Dash Cam Captures Amazing Acts of Kindness

Enjoy this heartwarming compilation of people helping each other out!

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Intermission: Heavy Metal Quilter is Coolest Neighbor Ever

Agency Charlie started the "Neighbors Film Project," an ongoing series of documentary shorts about San Francisco's creative community.

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Agency Charlie started the "Neighbors Film Project," an ongoing series of documentary shorts about San Francisco's creative community, from the perspective of individual members.

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