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Donald Trump Proves He Believes In Make-Believe, Like the So-Called “Woman Card,” For Instance

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Now that Donald Trump has been leading the Republican primaries pretty much everywhere he goes, he's giving us a sneak peek at what his campaign rhetoric will be like should he face off against current Democratic frontrunner, Hillary Clinton.

Daisy Ridley Set to Star in World War II Drama The Lost Wife

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Variety announced yesterday that Ridley is attached to play the lead in a WWII film titled The Lost Wife, based on the book by Alyson Richman.

The Deadly Sue: TMS Plays The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 2.3

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Welcome back to the Deadly Sue, our Let's Play of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: Michonne! Our apologies for the brief hiatus; we were busy fighting off hordes of the undead. Metaphorically. You know how it is.

Agents of SHIELD Recap: “The Singularity” - Past the point of no return?

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Hive's endgame is revealed, his army grows, and the gang find themselves with a major victory totally eclipsed by their more recent failures. Oh, and a 'ship long in the building sails with a flourish out of SHIELD harbor. Why does that make me even more nervous?

SpaceX Announces They’re Sending an Uncrewed Spacecraft to Mars in 2018

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

SpaceX's planned exploration of Mars will happen very soon. Is 2018 soon enough for you? In two years' time, the private space exploration company plans to put an uncrewed spacecraft called the "Red Dragon" to the Red Planet.

Is the Use of Mirrors in Films Gendered?

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Movie-goers are familiar with mirrors as a narrative device. They provide moments when a character has to look at themselves, and more often than not, they don't like what they see. But there's a bit more that it than that.

Swoon Over Tegan and Sara’s Brand New Music Video for “Boyfriend”

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Tegan and Sara are back at it again with a brand new video for their brand new song, "Boyfriend".

Researchers Create Biodegradable Faux Leather Out of Tea

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Researchers at Iowa State University have found a new potential method for creating sustainable clothing, and it's tea. Specifically, it's a byproduct from kombucha tea that otherwise would get composted, but instead, it can be modified into a textile that resembles leather.

Tribeca Interview: Director Liza Johnson on Elvis & Nixon

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Writer-director Liza Johnson's new movie, Elvis & Nixon, is a new kind of film for the writer-director. The story of the meeting of President Nixon and music icon Elvis has become almost mythical; the well-known photograph is the most requested in the history of the National Archive. Show More Summary

In Honor of National Administrative Professionals Day, the Ghostbusters Crew Salutes Kevin

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

In honor of National Administrative Professionals Day today (an American holiday recognizing the work of secretaries, receptionists, administrative assistants, and the various other administrative support professionals who put up with people's bullshit year-round), Sony released a feature honoring the Ghostbusters' own administrative professional: Chris Hemsworth's Kevin.

Your Stern Father J.K. Simmons Praises You on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

J.K. Simmons plays a fantastic stern dad, something Stephen Colbert brought up on The Late Show. "Anytime a stern father praises you in any way, it means twice as much," Colbert says as the two proceed to give the audience compliments the only way an emotionally-stunted father-figure can.

Sparks Notes, a Critical Analysis of Nicholas Sparks Movies: The Notebook

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

There are two types of bad media—in particular bad movies—that fascinate me, or at least fascinate me enough for me to want to examine them. The first is the strangely bad. The second kind of bad that fascinates me is stuff that's bad but is also monstrously successful. Show More Summary

BBC Makes Diversity a Priority, Pledges Half Its On-Air Roles and Workforce Will Be Female By 2020

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We already know that the BBC makes awesome television like Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Orphan Black. Now, they're giving us a reason to love them more by making the conscious decision to prioritize gender parity and racial diversity both in their content and in their workforce.

The First Trailer for Batman: The Killing Joke Is Here, Make of It What You Will - Yes, that looks like The Killing Joke, alright.

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The first trailer for Batman: The Killing Joke, starring Mark Hamill as the Joker, Kevin Conroy as Batman, Tara Strong as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl, and Ray wise as Commissioner Gordon, has arrived.

Couldn’t Get the Reebok “Alien Stompers” In Your Size? Here’s Reebok’s Response

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Reebok sent us an update about the lack of smaller sizes available for the "Alien Stompers" shoe, based on the sneakers that Ellen Ripley wore in Aliens. The whole situation still seems a bit fishy to us, though.

Twitter Updates Their Harassment Reporting Tool, Allowing Users to Submit Multiple Tweets For Review

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Today, Twitter announced a change to their harassment reporting system; they'll soon roll out the means for users to link to multiple tweets from a user within the same report. As with many of Twitter's changes lately, it doesn't go far enough, and it feels too-little-too-late.

Things We Saw Today: Celebrate “Alien Day” With These Sweet Alien Posters

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We've been talking about Alien a lot today. But one of the coolest things about today is all of the companies that have released their own versions of Alien posters.

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