He had this smug look like he was the most important guy in the room, which he probably was. No one was talking to him. I had to try.
Chicago-based Robert Bacon has created a delightful New York City map in the style of the classic video game Super Mario World. Posters are available to purchase online at RIPT, and here’s a video with plenty of close-ups of the 16-bit poster: image and video via Robert Bacon via Animal
The latest episode of the Badass Digest Podcast features OLDBOY, Paul Walker, the space shuttle Challenger and other crap.
Photograph purportedly shows a python that ate a drunken man in India.
You stay classy, North Dakota. Getting a little bit tired of all the hype surrounding the upcoming release of Anchorman 2? Feel like maybe you had your fill of Ron Burgundy-related tie-ins after those 70 Dodge Durango commercials Will...Show More Summary
I'm dying of thirst. I have plenty of water to drink but I keep reading shocking news and doing spit takes.
Maybe it's just me, but love just doesn't seem real unless the interactions are taking place somewhere that necessitates some actual human decency.
This burger's giving me the munchies. Having worked for many years in the food service industry, I can tell you that one of the easiest mistakes to make is to accidentally pack the marijuana-filled blunt you're currently smoking into the food you're preparing for a customer. Show More Summary
It’s the end of the year, and you know what that means: lots and lots of Best and Worst lists! True, but it also means that awards season is just around the corner. Today, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, AKA: the people who give out the Oscars, announced their short list of […]
Psssshhh, why settle for a boring old ordinary snail facial massage when you can get massaged by a giant African snail instead? Doesn't it look so relaxing? Hey, since they're already taking over Florida, you might as well pull one off the side of your house and stick it on your head -just hope it doesn't regurgitate any stucco into your pores. Show More Summary
The Internet Archive has a marvellous trove of scanned work from Warren Publishing, the maverick house behind such classic magazines as Creepy.
Not sure which is worse, having a boyfriend who cheats or a boyfriend who systematically plots to slaughter all my witch friends.
Before Arrow went on a one week, holiday hiatus it left off with a rather lackluster episode that saw Moira (Susanna Thompson) acquitted and bid farewell to Count Vertigo (a character I’m all too happy to see bite the dust). Thankfully, this week executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, along with writer and DC […]
Nelson Mandela was a South African revolutionary who spent 27 years imprisoned by the government. He became a symbol of the anti-apartheid struggle. Mandela was released from prison in 1990 after international pressure, and was elected president of South Africa in 1994. Show More Summary
Elegant, intricate, seemingly too delicate to be worn and covered in sharp spiky bits, this is one heck of a work of 3d printed art in the form of a fantasy headdress. The Quixotic Divinity headdress was created by Joshua Harker, anShow More Summary
The time I recognized my human privilege in the face of a mind controlled Stone Giant whose people had been enslaved for 1,000 years.
The garish yellow uniform Wolvie sported in most of the comics has yet to make an appearance in any of the character’s on-screen appearances (indeed, it’s was even joked about in the first X-Men flick). Now, it could be argued that the movies wish to distinguish themselves from the comic books, and there’s nothing more […]
Two days ago, a truck carrying a container of radioactive cobalt-60 (enough to make a dirty bomb) was stolen by carjackers off a highway near Tijuana.
Finally, a study that backs up everything I've always said about confirmation bias.
As Stanley Cohen, one of the defendant's lawyers, said, "Big win for civil disobedience. Up the Rebels."