Boo fucking hoo.
The "Rush Hour 3" director also said that "Rush Hour 4" is in the works.
This is 'Hi Stranger', a claymation video written, directed and animated by Kristen Lapore and voiced by Garrett Davis. It's two and a half minutes of a claymation humanoid calling me out for looking at his butt, then trying to woo me with his seductive voice and soothing words. Show More Summary
It's called "Write Your Way Out,” and features a variety of literary-themed tunes.
The Hoover-era video was recently rediscovered.
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Poking a golden tortoise beetle ("goldbug") triggers the insect's color to change from gold to a red-orange. Inspired by the natural system underlying that insectoid superpower, MIT researchers have developed flexible sensors circuits that can be 3-D printed. Show More Summary
It's happened to all of us. A family member, friend, or co-worker says something wrong, so you point out their error. But they are convinced you are the one who is wrong. We should just let it go at that point, but every once in a while, the argument escalates into something the two of you think is important, when it's not important at all. Show More Summary
This is a video of Farmtruck and AZN (seriously?) from Street Outlaws on the Discovery Channel demonstrating the nitrous-tank powered spinning office chair they built, presumably so they could send the footage to NASA as part of their astronaut job application. Show More Summary
Xenomorphs and Dante were made for each other. Read more...
The perfect plot flow fires me up even as Uncanny Valley Leia brings a tear to my eye. (Barre Fong)
Mountain Butorac, the godfather of three-year-old Estella Westrick, took his goddaughter to a Papal Audience service to see Pope Francis earlier this week at the Vatican in Rome. When Estella got a chance to actually meet the Pope, she took the hat right off of his head while he was giving her a kiss on […]
Took my Goddaughter to meet the pope. She stole his hat! pic.twitter.com/SdSorop3uN — Mountain Butorac (@MountainButorac) March 22, 2017 Mountain Butorac (yes, his name is Mountain) of The Catholic Traveler took his 3-year-old goddaughter to see Pope Francis. Show More Summary
Democrats don't seem too eager to forgive and forget.
Hey, kids. Have a logo! Read more...
Adding more detergent isn't the answer to getting cleaner clothes.
Some new emoji, like the person in the headscarf, seem long overdue. Others, like the curling stone, are a little harder to understand.
Commodore's C64 had a famously decisive, if drab set of 16 colors to choose from, a note of artistic intent amid the unthinking mathematical extremities of other 8-bit color palettes. But did you know there were secret colors? AaronShow More Summary
Usually, when someone's hair got set on fire, it's not on purpose. But setting his client's hair on fire is exactly what Palestinian hairdresser Ramadan Adwan meant to do. AP Photographer Khalil Hamra visited Adwan's barbershop to find...Show More Summary
Let’s get this out of the way first…this is a photo of Andre Agassi playing tennis at age 7: OMG, that face! That photo is from a recent profile/interview of Agassi, who, after some struggles on and off the court early in his career, seems to have figured out how to live his life with purpose. Show More Summary