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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Meet the “World’s Biggest Asshole” in this organ donation PSA

THE DRUM | Mindy Smiley

Nonprofit Donate Life has launched an edgy campaign that it hopes will catch the attention of young people and make them realize that if the world’s biggest asshole can donate his organs, then anyone can.

The video features actor Thomas Jane as the character Coleman F. Sweeney, aka the “World’s Biggest Asshole.” Voiced by actor Will Arnett, the film walks viewers through a day in the life of Sweeney as he does signature “asshole” things, like beep at little old ladies who are trying to cross the street and steal candy out of children’s trick-or-treat buckets.

After Sweeney dies of a brain aneurysm while arguing with a waitress over whether or not extra fries should be included with his early bird breakfast, the waitress picks up his wallet and finds his driver’s license, which states that he is a registered organ donor. Continue reading

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