Saw this here. See more here.
Designed by Michiel Cornelissen and printed to order by Shapeways, The Wrap clips onto your iPhone’s charger plug and lets the USB cable pass through. There it stays until you need to move, and then you can carefully coil the cable and cram it into the clips, where it will remain tangle free.
Infographic of the Day: Of course the MPAA doesn’t want people to see Bully. If people stopped turning a blind eye to bullying it would no longer exist.
I don’t like reblogging things like these on my blog because it ruins that happy vibe I want for my site. But I’m against bullying and I want everyone who follows/reads/stalk my blog to know what’s happening. This movie is not just for kids, it’s for everyone. Yes, bullying is common among schools but it doesn’t stop there. Bullying happens everywhere — in your office, online and maybe even in your own church.
The problem with most people is that they think bullying is nothing but a petty misunderstanding between kids, but it’s not. Bullying can bring serious and harmful effects to both the bully and the victim. Unfortunately, most of these people will only realize that effect if it happens to them, if they were the victim. Do we really need to become the victim to make a difference?
Bully needs the PG rating because the makers are trying to inform people in the preteen-teen age group. If the movie maintains the R rating, it’s message and true goal will be lost.
^An R rating means you couldn’t show it at schools and such.