Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Crispin Porter + Bogusky’s VP/head of video Matt Bonin is leaving the agency to take on the director of integrated production post at LA entertainment marketing firm Trailer Park. link

-Procter & Gamble signed a $10 mil a year deal with the NFL to house the “official products of NFL locker rooms.” Old Spice and Gillette make sense; Tampax and Metamucil not so much. link

-Sony pulled an in-game ad from Playstation 3’s Wipeout HD because gamers complained of long load times between levels. Don’t mess with the joystick jocks. link

-Paula Abdul was somehow coherent enough to Twitter her departure from American Idol. link

-Total Film takes a look at the best and worst viral movie campaigns. link

-It’s like 6th grade all over again. Skater brand Vision Street Wear is making a comeback. link

-Women, your dream of peeing standing up has finally come true. link

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