It's pretty neat until you realize that from the Slinky's point of view, it's a human attempt to create a Sisyphean hell for all Slinkykind. Matthias Wandel's eternal Slinky escalator amuses us to no end and horrifies any Slinky that watches it. Show More Summary
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Waking up is hard. Beds are just so darn comfortable when you wake up… which is precisely why you need to upgrade your bed with one of these. Made by the only guy we would trust to create such a device, [Colin Furze] has really upped...Show More Summary
But also a little haunting
How?! In early July, Anthony Rizzo pulled off what we all thought was going to be the slide of the year. He was for sure out, only then he wasn't. It was incredible. That was it. Slide of the Year. Competition closed. Or so we thought. Show More Summary
Adorable, but weird
"You don't want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man"
He was the man fans loved to hate for so long, he just became universally loved. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper passed away on Friday at the age of 61. Like far too many professional wrestlers, he died too soon. Unlike most professional wrestlers, he was a household name, a true icon of the business and one of the greatest talkers his profession had ever seen. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) White House spokesman Josh Earnest mocked Senator Tom Cotton as “an international man of mystery” this week. Earnest was alluding to Senator Cotton’s complaint regarding “secret side deals” that are integral to our catastrophic deal with Iran. Show More Summary
In Puerto Rico, July is the cruelest month. It opens with an ironic bang on Fourth of July weekend, with U.S. Independence Day also a holiday, despite the U.S. territory having its own independence movement--no fireworks, but plentyShow More Summary
The State Department released more of Hillary Clinton's emails. Remember D.A.R.E., everybody's favorite ineffective anti-drug program? Despite what you may have heard, the group did not reverse its stance on marijuana legalization. MSNBC is getting rid of Ed Schultz, The Cycle, and Now with Alex Wagner. Show More Summary
We take a deeper look at the album by talking to those involved with its release.
A cover from the frontman's on-going solo single series.
Across the ’90s, few pieces of music were more ubiquitous than a winding slap-bass jingle composed by studio musician Jonathan Wolff. Every week, tens of millions of Americans heard it open and close Seinfeld, a sitcom so beloved that even its kitschy theme song has become iconic. Show More Summary
TV series will chronicle New York City's "drug and sex-fueled music business" of the '70s.
Social Inequality is traditionally defined as the existence of unequal opportunities for different social positions or statuses for various individuals within a group or society. Normally it refers to people of different genders, ages and ethnicities. Show More Summary
Best feud since whatever the last thing was we forgot about five minutes after it ended
For openers this weekend, here's Oscar Peterson in October 1964 on the U.K.'s Jazz 625 TV show (dig Ray Brown!)... In the Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed TV actress Susan Lucci on why she lives so close to...
Alfred Pennyworth fans can now play as the famous butler in Batman: Arkham Knight thanks to this mod. It’s rather cool. We especially love his roundhouse kick. According to the Be the Butler mod’s creator, Alfred’s moveset is “very limited” as he cannot perform counter-attacks or environmental takedowns. He can’t perform dual takedowns either, but […]