A State Trooper Was Tired Of People’s Poor Driving Habits So He Made His Own PSA

Sargent John Perrine of the Indiana State Police was tired of seeing so many drivers ignoring the rules of the road. It is his job to ensure that when people are traveling across Indiana, that they drive safely so that everyone gets to where they are going in one piece. One of Perrine’s biggest pet-peeves is when people forget (or refuse) to use their turn signals.  

It is such a simple maneuver that most drivers do it almost instinctually, even when they aren’t supposed to (like going around a large bend in the road. Come on, admit it, we have all done it). But when drivers forget to do this simple task, it can become quite dangerous for those people driving around them.

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Perrine decided it was time to take matters into his own hands, and he delivered a message that was both well received and hilarious to boot.

Pamela Anderson Releases PSA About Sexual Violence After Uber Driver “Stared At Her”

Pamela Anderson, the woman involved in the most scandalous sex tape in history, is sharing her two cents on the #MeToo movement after Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards.

Anderson has been vocal about the issue of sexual harassment ever since news broke about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct in Hollywood.

After an “uncomfortable” Uber ride that left her feeling vulnerable, the ’90s sex symbol wants no woman to feel that way.

“I was very uncomfortable even though it was the premiere class, which is supposedly the best. I was in a long evening gown and could see him staring at me in the mirror and over his shoulder. It was very uncomfortable, very late and a long ride home. It made me think of vulnerable young girls alone late at night after a few drinks,” she told the Daily Mail.

As part of a campaign to implement more checks on drivers, the 50-year-old model and actress shared a PSA for the National Limousine Association.

The campaign is calling for drivers to have to pass a fingerprint test to rule them out for having criminal histories, especially if it has to do with sexual crimes, before they are allowed to accept passengers.

But that’s not all, the former Baywatch star called on other actresses to do more than “just” share hashtags.

A Powerful Video About Bullying Has Everybody Talking

With all of the problems and serious issues kids these days have to deal with, one of the biggest and most important is often overlooked: bullying.

While some of us may remember bullying as harmless teasing, not everyone sees it that way. You may be surprised to learn that, according to the bullying awareness organization Do Something, 160,000 kids stay home from school every day to avoid being bullied.

If that’s not worrying enough, 1 in 10 high school dropouts say they left school because they were being bullied. Those numbers represent the millions of school kids in America who are bullied every day, 30% of all students according to the organization No Bully.

Now, a video meant to raise awareness about bullying and remind us all has been released, and it comes from a very unlikely source: Burger King. The fast food giant wanted to remind us all that bullying hurts, and they put real people to the test to teach us a lesson…

Will Ferrell Reminds Us To Put Our Phones Away In New Hilarious PSAs

Unless you’re a luddite, we can all agree that technology is wonderful. However, there have been times when products designed to make the world easier actually made other aspects of life worse.

Take cell phones, for instance, they make it easy to communicate with each other, but they also ironically distance us from our surroundings.

Actor Will Ferrell has noticed how much portable devices have overrun our lives and he is trying to do something about it.


The comedian teamed up with Common Sense Media to film a series of funny but important PSAs against the use of phones at the dinner table.

If you’ve had no results from chatting with your family members about keeping their devices away from the dinner table, then perhaps Ferrell’s PSAs will do a better job at convincing them.

Princess Kate Launches PSA Addressing A Very Important Cause

Kate Middleton isn’t just a member of the royal family with great hair and style. Ever since marrying Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge has been using her newfound power to make an impact.

Just like her late mother-in-law Diana, Kate has been appointed patron of a variety of NGOs and charities and she’s been doing her best to successfully fulfill her role.

Along with the princes William and Harry, Kate has been a strong advocate for eliminating the stigma around mental health. Last year they spearheaded the Heads Together campaign to create conversation around the issue and help raise funds to improve treatment options.


Now, after weeks of shying away from the limelight, the patron of the mental health charity Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families is once again stepping in front of the camera to speak out about the importance of talking about feelings, no matter how big or small.

The candid PSA is a rare chance to hear a usually camera-shy Kate talk about a cause near and dear to her.