Coca-Cola’s long experimented with its vending machines, trying to make them more technologically advanced than the average soda-spitter-outer.
In the past, they’ve been known to give you a beverage only if you give them a hug, or if you dance or sing in front of them. Now, the beverage giant is attempting a much loftier goal: world peace.
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This video is so beautiful. I don’t think a commercial has ever made me cry before…
HEY THER FRIENDS
So I don’t have a ticket for Darren’s Chicago show. Anyone got a spare I can buy off you? Thanks love youuu.
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Team Starkid could do anything, and its loyal fan base would follow. The fact that they keep pushing themselves to write better, to sing better, to dance better, to perform better, is (for me, at least) a testament to how valuable they are as people and friends. That spark that started in college, the desire to have fun onstage with your friends, has not gone out, and it’s what makes them great.”
I had to explain StarKid to an editor yesterday, and I thought “which of my pieces is the most descriptive of StarKid world” and I pulled up Billboard, without realizing it was one day from the year anniversary of this day.
Writing this piece was really important to me, both as encapsulating the StarKid experience for fans and non-fans alike, but also for me personally in my further quest to better myself as a journalist. It also was one of the first times I got to spend considerable time with some people who are now truly dear and wonderful friends. StarKid is community, and I’m thankful for the way it welcomed me with open arms and made me push to be a better version of myself.
I am excited to be back at HOB next week for another fun Billboard feature, but not at all excited about dealing with those stairs.