Monday Odds and Ends

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By Kiran Aditham Comments

-The Cornelius Trunchpole documentary, Art & Corny, will make its New York premiere at Galapagos Art Space on May 9. link

-CBS rejected 20th Century Fox’s spoof ad promoting The Three Stooges (above), which was to air during tonight’s NCAA b-ball championship, because it was “making light of prescription drug ads.” link

-AKQA/Chiat LA alum Daniel Teng joined San Francisco shop Heat as a senior strategist.

-Bank of America once again makes it to Consumerist’s “Worst Company in America” final death match. link

-McDonald’s social media director Rick Wion addresses Twitter critics. link

-Here’s an nice look into Nissan’s NYC cab makeover. link

-Century 21 Real Estate is now the official real estate partner of U.S. soccer.

-The Copyranter himself, Mark Duffy, is now a part of the Buzzfeed fold. link; link

-And, yes, there was a little Duffy/Business Insider drama to go along with it this afternoon as well. link