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No matter what family members read your private text messages, doing so could prove very, very embarrassing…to both YOU and THEM! But what if your GRANDPARENTS happened to read your booty call texts, texts from your ex, or even texts… The post What If Your GRANDPARENTS… Read Your Text Messages? appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Has everyone finished panicking about Ben Affleck being cast as the Dark Knight in Batman vs. Superman? Because the Angry Nerd thinks you should chill—Affleck could totally pull this off. (Just think of Daredevil as a…starter superhero movie.) … The post Can Ben Affleck Successfully Suit Up as the Dark Knight? appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Actors often say that the worst part of the job is auditioning. Auditions are basically job interviews that value physical appearance and voice as much – if not more than – talent or experience. No wonder actors loathe auditions, dreading… The post Top 10 Rules to Avoid Rookie Audition Mistakes appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
People say The Hunger Games is a watered-down Young Adult version of the brilliant Japanese movie Battle Royale, but Angry Nerd completely disagrees. He likens the sci-fi tale to a watered-down version of Running Man, but with a premise that… The post The Watered-Down Hunger Games Trilogy, by the Angry Nerd [VIDEO] appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Long gone are the days when secret societies were, in fact, secret. Now, hacks use underground organizations as shorthand for evil in their pop culture products and Angry Nerd demands an end to it. Is a mention of the Templars… The post The Unraveling of Secret Societies in Pop Cultural References appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
From medical vaccines to financial services to educational resources, connectivity is key. Bill Gates and President Bill Clinton explain the positive impact of being plugged in on a global scale. The post Bill Gates & President Bill Clinton Part 1: Technology and the Value of Connectivity – Exclusive Interview appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian Hindu text that gives practical advice on human intercourse. In it, there are over 1,250 verses in 36 chapters dealing solely with the practice of lovemaking. It’s considered to be near-perfect. In fact,… The post 15 Seemingly UnImportant, Yet Vital, Facts About Sex appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Thor’s hammer Mjölnir is undoubtedly one of the most badass superhero weapons around. But its physics-defying and trajectory-changing travel powers are too much for Angry Nerd to handle. A majestic hammer…come on! The post The Implausibility of Thor’s Physics-Defying Hammer, Mjölnir appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Angry Nerd used to love binge-watching scary movies on Halloween. But when directors started swapping classic fake blood for CG gore, the authenticity of it all went out the window. What happened to the squibs of Karo syrup and red… The post The Inauthenticity of CG Blood and the Demise of Karo Syrup and Red Food Coloring appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
We foresee that you’ll get in the Halloween spirit with Maniac Pumpkin Carvers as they show off their skills with a Gadget Lab-chosen knife and an intricate Star Wars jack-o’-lantern. The post Maniac Pumpkin Carvers appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
When it comes to adult Halloween costumes, options are limited. For men who don’t want to spend money or look recognizable, and for women who don’t want to dress as a slutty [insert noun], the Commander offers a suggestion for… The post How to Choose a Halloween Costume appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
LEGO has strayed from its original purpose, and the Angry Nerd will not stand for it. The creative potential of infinitely interlockable plastic pieces has been killed by tie-ins with kiddie titles like Batman and Harry Potter. It used to… The post Deconstructing LEGO: How a Beloved Toy Sold Out to Cross-Brand Licensing appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Social media has redefined ‘friend’ to include estranged classmates and distant acquaintances. Mr. Know-It-All explains why it’s OK to quit second-rate pals on Facebook without fear of feeling guilty. The post Un-Friending Friends on Facebook appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Hunky time-traveling Ichabod Crane has made Angry Nerd Chris Baker lose his head. Why is every other TV show an updated version of some classic fairytale or children’s story? Watch another Angry Nerd rant with Chris Baker The post TV Networks Are Running Out of Original Ideas appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
We all know that keeping fit will help us to lead longer, healthier lives and that exercise will help prevent diseases like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. Did you know that regular exercise also increases natural protection against… The post 10 of the Coolest Gyms in the World appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Suddenly, there are stories and videos popping up everywhere that aspire to teach guys how to be men. Since when do guys need to be taught such a ‘skill’ set? Apparently, there are a lot of people who think guys… The post How To Be A Man: Do we really need lessons? And who should teach us? Andy Richter? appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Excerpted from American Experience: 25 Years, premiering November 11 and 12 on PBS. JFK: Scheduled for broadcast on the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, this biography provides a fresh look at an enigmatic man who has become one… The post Exclusive JFK Clip: John and Jackie, the Early Years appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Sometimes all you need to survive a zombie apocalypse (or your average weekday) is a little South Park and a boob pillow. Maybe some Ray-Bans too, for flair. The post Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Needs These Things to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
Some people love to collect comic books; others stock up on stamps, sports memorabilia and even match books. The rich and famous tend to have their eye on a bigger prize. Money might not buy happiness, but it will purchase… The post The 9 Biggest Car Collectors in the U.S. appeared first on The Sixth Wall.
The National Museum of Play in Rochester, N.Y. recently acquired one of the largest collections of Japanese and European video games. From Mother to Zool to Doshin the Giant, Game|Life editor Chris Kohler gets the first look at the incredible… The post Inside the National Museum of Play’s Rare Game Collection appeared first on The Sixth Wall.