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The Soxx For Mayor! campaign has released the third Soxx campaign video, the Pope special. Did you know that Peanut Pope visited Philadelphia just this past weekend as well as the other guy? Soxx took Peanut Pope to meet a lot of new friends. Soxx probably shouldn’t have been holding that suspicious looking device in her other hand though.
Here’s the full series up to date with three episodes to view now, or just click over to the latest episode: “Soxx’s Darkening of Day.”
On Friday at high noon, Soxx officially announced her run for mayor of Philadelphia outside of city hall (more photos here by Lorelei Narvaja). She met with citizens and urged people to learn more about the issues that she cares about on her website, where she also will be premiering new campaign videos weekly until the election day on November 3rd, 2015.
Premiering today is episode number two. Both one and two are below so you can catch up.
Eric has got a new four song EP out on DFA Records, called Ms Pretzel and Goal Achievement Club created the official “Ms Pretzel” video which was formed using strictly five dollar custom-ordered videos from fiverr.com as the raw material. Besides being a solo recording artist, Eric is also a member of Black Dice and Terrestrial Tones. The video, check it out:
Remember that book about a cartoon show that I wrote and designed, Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo (Amazon.com link here)? Well we (the Goal Achievement Club) finally made a trailer for it. So if you haven’t had a peek inside this book yet, take a look:
Goal Achievement Club brings you episode 02 of Soxx’s Power Hour, “Face Face,” in which Soxx and Olivia encounter an upsetting character in the forest. Don’t forget to eyeball episode 01, “Urban Expressions” over here too.
Goal Achievement Club brings you episode 01 of Soxx’s Power Hour, “Urban Expressions,” in which Soxx regains her urban energies after a disappointing performance by channelling the rhythm of the streets and talking and dancing with new friends.