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With Just Months Left In The US Mission, Bloodshed In Afghanistan Has Surged This Year


Casualties in Afghanistan are climbing for everyone except coalition and US soldiers, according to a report by the Pentagon Inspector General in charge of investigating US-led reconstruction efforts in the country.

US troops have taken on an advisory and training role in the past two years, in preparation for their exit from the country by the end of 2014.

That translates to lower American casualties: 49 American soldiers have been killed in the country this year, which would be the lowest annual rate in over a decade if it holds.

But last month, the UN Secretary-General reported on violent incidents in Afghanistan overall, which are at their second-highest clip ever. The latest quarterly report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) represents these statistics as an average of 71.8 “security incidents” per day, a rate only surpassed in 2011.

Civilian deaths and injuries have increased to levels on par with those of that same year, the UN found in a separate report, while Afghan ministries have just stopped releasing police and military casualty data after a particularly bloody 2013.

Here’s the SIGAR report’s breakdown of security incidents in 2014:

SIGAR Violence Afghanistan Security Incidents

Armed clashes made up nearly half of these incidents, while improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were responsible for 30% of them.

This continues a trend the UN noted during the first six months of this year: mortars, RPGs, and small-arms fire near population centers are responsible for a growing share of civilian deaths.

The nature of the conflict in Afghanistan is changing in 2014,” a UN official said in a statement accompanying the research, “with an escalation of ground engagements in civilian-populated areas.” 

Alongside reports of a Taliban force growing in ambition and military initiative, these numbers paint a worrying picture of the legacy that the 13-year-long US-led effort in Afghanistan may leave behind.

SEE ALSO: The US is leaving behind a dysfunctional and incompetent army in Afghanistan

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VH1′s Weekly Wrap-Up: Drumline: A New Beat Premieres + Nick and Lauren Get Married On I Heart Nick Carter


After months of eager anticipation, Drumline: A New Beat premiered this past Monday along with the season finale of I Heart Nick Carter on Wednesday. Drumline: A New Beat follows Dani’s quest to become the first female section leader of Atlanta A&T’s drumline. On I Heart Nick Carter, Lauren and Nick finally tied the knot and became husband and wife!

On Love & Hip Hop Hollywood, Ray J turned up a little too much and spent the night in jail while on Couples Therapy With Dr. Jenn, Nikki dropped a bomb during her one-on-one session with Dr. Jenn. Check out these highlights plus more memorable moments from this past week on VH1!

Drumline: A New Beat

Drumline: A New Beat follows Dani, an upper class Brooklyn girl who defies her parents in order to attend a college in Atlanta so she can join – and revitalize – their once-prominent drumline. Once she auditions for the drumline, she learns that not everyone is pleased with having a female drummer. With a little inspiration from Devon Miles (Nick Cannon), the Atlanta A&T marching band performs an extremely creative and exciting routine at the Southern Classic.

New Music: Lupe Fiasco Feat. PJ “Mazinger”

Lupe Fiasco mazinger

Another Friday, another freebie from Lupe Fiasco. Combining his rapid rhymes with his love for manga, the Chicago rapper gets on his Revenge of the Nerds ish on this latest offering, “Mazinger,” which features singer PJ. Forget a bar or a hook; Lupe jacks Migos’ flow for a full three minutes on this one. Expect his upcoming mixtape Lost In the Atlantic to make a splash soon, followed by the long-awaited Tetsuo & Youth LP on January 20, 2015.

Listen to “Mazinger” below and don’t miss Lupe’s previous releases, “Lilies” and “Haile Selassie.”

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Russell Westbrook Could Miss Up To 6 Weeks With Fractured Hand

The Thunder are in big trouble

About a month ago, Kevin Durant suffered a Jones fracture in his foot, and he’s officially been sidelined to sometime in December. Last night, Russell Westbrook‘s latest injury freed up yet another spot in the starting lineup.

In the 2nd quarter of the team’s second game of the season in which they took on the Los Angles Clippers–who were playing their first game under their new owner–Russell Westbrook fractured his hand while fighting for a rebound in what appears to be a freak incident involving Westbrook hitting his hand on his teammate, Kendrick Perkins’, elbow. This is a devastating blow to the Thunder, who already have a decimated starting lineup and bench, not to mention the reigning NBA MVP, Kevin Durant, is currently sidelined until at least December. Jeremy Lamb, the team’s starting shooting guard is also on the mend and has yet to play this season, not to mention 6th Man Of The Year hopeful Reggie Jackson, and several other vital role players.

To literally add insult to injury, Russell Westbrook can be seen from several official and camera-phone angles getting into a verbal altercation with a Clippers fan in the stands as he exited the court and headed to the locker-room. From the television camera angle (above), you can only see Westbrook gesturing to someone in the stands, but in the following video clip, which was taken from the actual stands, Westbrook is visibly and audibly upset, and though the audio clip is blurry, you can make out what he says.

“He called me a n***a he can’t do that sh*t”

Microsoft announces an all-new Outlook for Mac, available for Office 365 users

Microsoft has announced an all-new Outlook for Mac, available for Office 365 users. The launch brings the product into line with its versions on other platforms, including mobile and PC. Alongside its refreshed interface, Microsoft says the new Outlook for Mac app brings better performance and reliability, as well as a handful of other new features. Microsoft also revealed it’s introducing a new beta version of Office for Mac in the first half of 2015, with the final version due to hit later in the year. ➤ New Outlook for Mac available to Office 365 customers

Bring Me The Horizon – “Don’t Look Down” New Music 2014

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Watch an Epic ‘Ghostbusters’ Audio-Visual EDM Remix

It’s been 30 years since the paranormal comedy Ghostbusters first possessed the big screen – and to celebrate, audio-visual crew Eclectic Method have paid tribute to that classic film with a jittery remix. Jonny Wilson gives the original theme song a distorted electronic facelift, blending fragments of synths, programmed beats and snippets of dialogue from the film itself. On the visual side, cast members like Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Sigourney Weaver and Dan Aykroyd all make appearances – along with some of their demonic and ghostly nemeses. Check out the mash-up above, just in time for Halloween – but remember not to “cross the streams.” 

“It’s Halloween, and it’s been 30 years since Ghostbusters was released, so I’m hitting two bats with one pumpkin with this Ghostbusters remix,” Wilson writes in the clip’s description. “Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd’s classic gets the rewind…..streams are crossed, Zuul prepares us for the coming of Gozer and the Stay Puft Marshmallow man appears in all his guises.”

Eclectic Method – formed in London by Wilson, Geoff Gamlen and Ian Edgar back in 2001 – have created similar remixes for other films, filmmakers (Wes Anderson), individual actors (Murray) and other random topics (“Orgasm Dubstep”). But one of their most popular clips is the inventive Wolf of Wall Street “Chest Thump Mix” they posted earlier this year. That video builds a loop of Matthew McConaughey performing his “money chant” into a electro-blues-pop workout, layering in cocaine snorts, awkward Jonah Hill dance moves and Leonardo DiCaprio shouting obscenities like a maniac. 

With ‘Chevy Guy’ And McConaughey’s Lincoln Ads, The Auto Industry Has Mastered Viral Marketing (F, GM)

Chevy Guy

Over the past few few months, two car-related advertising events have gone viral. And not just run-of-the-viral. More like 0-60-in-4-seconds viral.

The most recent example is the “technology and stuff” meme that’s popped out of the awkward presentation of a Chevy Colorado to World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner. Rikk Wilde — now known throughout the land and on the Internet as “Chevy Guy” — fumbled in through the handoff of the Colorado keys in a way that was both awkward and endearing. (Wilde isn’t a TV guy, for what it’s worth — his job is to work with Chevy dealers, and he was starstruck in The Big Moment.)

Chevy Colorado

You felt for the man. Why didn’t Chevy parachute in a suave marketing majordomo? Well, in retrospect, the automaker has gotten a lot more advertising mileage — free advertising mileage, it should be noted — from Wilde’s authenticity.

It makes sense. Truck buyers value authenticity. And they’re going to identify with totally un-media-savvy Wilde in the same manner that they might groove on somebody like pro golfer John Daly, with his manifold faults always on display.

john daly golfing

There’s a tendency to airbrush authenticity when it comes to car advertising. The idea is to show the car, in all its shiny glory. Trucks will be shown blasting through rivers and sloshing around in mud, but in the the end, they are typically portrayed with shimmering heroicism — even smaller versions, like the Colorado.

Just look how Ford promotes the full-size F-150, the bestselling vehicle in the U.S. since forever ago.

Ford F-150 Water

Ford F-150

General Motors (Chevy is a GM division) might have been worried about Wilde’s unstudied performance yesterday — but the company is absolutely delighted now, particularly given that as CEO Mary Barra said to Wall Street analysts on the company’s earnings call last week, “We are very excited about [the] launches” of the Colorado and its GMC sibling, the Canyon. 

There’s a lot riding on these two little trucks.

The other carmaker that’s enjoyed a viral bustout is the aforementioned Ford, with its Lincoln brand. By now, probably everyone with a TV or an Internet connection has seen the assorted parodies of Matthew McConaughey’s moody, meandering, stream-of-consciousness ads. “South Park,” Conan O’Brien, Ellen DeGeneres, and “Saturday Night Live” have all rolled out light mockery of what is actually something of a risky, unusual campaign for the auto industry.


Again, it’s paid off for Ford. Brand awareness for Lincoln has spiked, and even more importantly, spread to a much younger demographic than the automaker has traditionally served — 0r was even targeting with its multi-billion-dollar effort to bring Lincoln back from the brink. 

In marketing, what’s going on here is known as “earned” media. The paradigm is that some advertising is “paid” — TV spots, for example, or print ads. Other advertising is “owned” — media that Lincoln, for instance, might produce itself, such as an owners magazine that’s mailed out quarterly, or a blog.

“Earned” is media that a company or brand inspires and that is disseminated or even produced (as in the case of the Lincoln parodies) by customers, outsiders, fans, and so on.

Paid media is obviously the most expensive. Think Super Bowl ads. 

Owned media is cheaper, but certainly not free.

Earned is the closest thing to free a brand can get.

It’s also in many respects the most effective and authentic.

Think about it. Rikk Wilde seems to screw up an important moment for the Colorado launch, but the video clip is grabbed by the sharing ecosystem of social media and Wilde’s embarrassing moment is suddenly an earned-media triumph. Thank goodness we didn’t  parachute the suave marketing guy in!

The special sauce of earned media is a essentially free labor of potentially millions of people who will rapidly anoint themselves brand ambassadors, even if their labor takes the form of ridicule. The important thing is that everybody now knows that the all-new Chevy Colorado pickup truck has “technology and stuff.” It isn’t just something to use to haul around mountain bikes — it’s just as sophisticated in its infotainment and connectivity as many luxury cars.

The auto industry has certainly been paying attention to this development. As far as marketing goes, car companies are typically quite conservative. Cars are ultimately supposed to objects of desire — emphasis on “objects.” But cars are also brands, and brand are what most people develop relationships with. They like Toyotas, not Camrys. Models come and go, but makes endure (although they go away, too — just ask Pontiac and Saab lovers).

Where Lincoln is concerned, the brand needs to take center stage, as they current lineup of cars and SUVs isn’t quite there yet, where the luxury or near-luxury market is concerned.

Will a sudden outbreak of virality get the industry to rethink its advertising ways? Probably not — it’s sort of ironic that automakers have generated this much virality in such a short time.

But it’s a start — and more than a good one.

And in that spirit, here’s a little earned media for you to watch: 

SEE ALSO: This Is The SUV Matthew McConaughey Is Driving In Those Trippy Ads

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Behind the Scenes – Istanbul

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Turkish Airlines have given 10 top YouTubers the opportunity to travel to stunning secret locations around the world and to share their experiences in their own inimitable style. Turkish Airlines believe that every experience that is out of ordinary, teaches people something new and opens new horizons for them. As the airline flying to more countries than any other airline, they invite people to explore the diversities in the world, to become more familiar with what the world generously offers, to seek the unknown and to widen their worlds. #FortuneTraveller

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