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Eric Schmidt Tries Three Different Spins to Prove Google's No Monopoly

European regulators are once again scrutinizing Google as complaints mount that the search giant is diverting traffic away from competitors in favor of their own services. But Eric Schmidt insists the only ones calling Google a monopoly are jealous haters who want to see the internet go back in time. Read more...

Pokémon's Creators Pick The Best Starters

The age-old question for many Pokémon fans has always been: Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle? Everyone has an opinion on this, and we've even used science to answer the question of who the best starter is. Still, the debate is far from settled. Read more...

Murder Was the Case That They Gave Tuesday Night TV

Horrorcore is basically the only kind of rap I ever got into, so I think about Snoop Dogg a lot during the Hallowe'en season. Just kidding! I don't know why I even said that, I think about Snoop Dogg all the time because actually he is my uncle. Show More Summary

Cops Charge 10-Year-Old Boy as Adult in Slaying of 90-Year-Old Woman

Police claim a 10-year-old boy confessed to murdering a 90-year-old woman near Scranton, Pa. Saturday. But because Pennsylvania law doesn't allow for juveniles to be charged with homicide, authorities have charged the boy as an adult. Read more...

Edward Snowden's New Life in Russian Exile Looks Better than Yours

Poor Ed Snowden, who will never again be able to enjoy the smell of the homeland, step foot in the United States to go to Dave & Busters, or sample an unlimited Olive Garden pass. Right? Actually, indefinitely holing up in Moscow sounds pretty fucking sweet. Read more...

A Disease Domain Kingpin Is Selling Ebola.com for $150,000

Currently, Ebola.com is pretty barebones: an image of the virus, a few news articles, and links to buy relevant books on Amazon. If you think you can do something better with the site, it can be yours for just $150,000. But if birdflu.com better suits your fancy, you'll have to pay Jon Schultz a little more. Read more...

How to Make the Trendy New "Boilermaker" Drink the Times Wrote About

The classic combo of a shot and a beer, known countrywide as "the only reason life is really worth living," was given a little shine by the New York Times this week. If you thought that tasty matchup had fallen out of favor, you were wrong—and this time, it's been reinvented with an elegant (expensive) twist: Read more...

Pizza Hut Customer Says They Called Her "Pink Fat Lady" on a Receipt

A "plus size" Pizza Hut customer in Singapore says the company disrespected her when an employee referred to her as "Pink Fat Lady" on her takeout receipt. Read more...

What Do We Do With All These Empty Prisons?

The U.S. incarceration rate has been on the decline for several years now. That's good. But now we have jails sitting empty all over the place. What do we do with these things? Read more...

Thirsty, Thirsty Polar Bear Breaks Into Home, Chugs Seal Oil

A polar bear in Kaktovik, Alaska was caught rummaging in a homeowner's barrel of seal oil on Friday. The large bear was shooed away by a roving polar bear patrol crew. Hold up—what? Tell us more about that polar bear patrol part. Read more...

Pregnant ISIS Teens Face Choice Between Terror War and Jail Babies

Austrian teens Samra Kesinovic, 17, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, left their homes in April to allegedly become ISIS brides in Raqqa, Syria. Now that they've been there for a little while—and reportedly gotten pregnant—they want to come home. Sadly, that might not be so easy. Read more...

Dutch Biker Gang Is Legally Cleared to Kick Some ISIS Jihadi Ass

To defeat the Islamists of ISIS, everyone says, you need boots on the ground. How about motorcycle boots? Kurt Sutter from Sons of Anarchy has to be pissed he didn't think up this story line first. Read more...

10-Year-Old Girl Meets Hillary Fuckang Clintaaaaaaaan!!!!

At a campaign stop in Denver on Monday, Hillary Clinton had the distinct pleasure of drinking coffee and meeting a 10-year-old young girl named Macy Friday. Read more...

Can Art Serve the Masses With Integrity? A Conversation with Caribou

Dan Snaith's most recent album as Caribou, Our Love, spans genres from house to prog ballads, all with a pointed sense of warmth. It's among the year's very best releases. The Canadian producer/singer recently told me by phone that the album was intended to give back to those who'd strongly responded to his last Caribou album, 2010's Swim. Show More Summary

Doctors Say Google Glass Caused Worse Withdrawal Symptoms Than Alcohol

Google Glass has a habit of changing people. Not only does it turn wearers into hysterical assholes, American doctors say Glass caused one man to become an addict. Read more...

The price tag for making the "Too Big to Fail" banks somewhat more stable could reach $870 billion.

The price tag for making the "Too Big to Fail" banks somewhat more stable could reach $870 billion. Before the banks complain about this cost, they should consider the alternatives. Read more...

Tornadoes Possible in the Carolinas This Afternoon

A tornado watch is in effect for some major cities in the southeastern United States this afternoon, including the eastern suburbs of Atlanta, as well as Charlotte, Greenville, Columbia, and Asheville. Any storms that form in the watch area are capable of producing tornadoes. Read more...

This Man Has Fucked 700 Cars, a Few Helicopters, and One Human Woman

It's a tale as old as time: boy meets car, boy fucks car, boy moves on, lives life, fucks more cars, gets confused, fucks human, falls in love (with car), settles down, keeps a few sidepieces, and fucks a helicopter here and there, too, whenever he can get it. Read more...

Marine Held Over Murder of Transgender Filipina

An unnamed marine has been accused by transgender activists in the Philippines of murdering a trans woman he met at a club over the weekend. Read more...

WHO: New Ebola Cases Could Hit 10,000 Per Week, Death Rate Now at 70%

The number of new Ebola cases in West Africa could skyrocket from 1,000 per week to more than 10,000 per week by December, the World Health Organization announced Tuesday morning. WHO assistant director-general Dr. Bruce Aylward said that the mortality rate from the virus now stands at 70 percent, 20 percent higher than previously believed. Read more...

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