I would say somewhat more powerful. Read More ›
I would say somewhat more powerful. Read More ›
Crazy people blaming the gays again! Typical! View List ›
Apparently God believes Nafissatou Diallo. Towards the end of the clip, pay attention to the woman in the striped shirt who’s closest to the camera. Her expression of mild panic and perturbed confusion basically sums up all of New York today. (via slicemagazine.org) View Media ›
This is what happens when everyone at the office works in NYC but you. Guys? Guys? Other stuff is happening today, too!
Here’s a picture of some lady in a wedding dress running away from the courthouse in lower Manhattan during the earthquake. I can’t really blame her, that has to be a sign. (via nytimes.com) View Image ›
The 5.9 magnitude earthquake that hit eastern North America today was be mild compared to the quakes that hit Haiti and Japan in recent years, but it did cause some damage. This footage was taken in Tyson’s Corner, VA, not far from the quake’s reported epicenter. Watch Video ›
In the aftermath of today’s East Coast Earthquake, Fox News reported that the Washington Monument might be damaged and tilting. Leaning to the left, no doubt. However, a National Park Service spokesperson was quick to respond there was “absolutely no damage” done to any monument on the National Mall. Click for the full story. (via gawker.com) View Image ›
Devastating. Things aren’t looking too good for everyone on the East Coast. Send your prayers their way. View List ›
The east coast just had an Earthquake. I know it’s scary, we’re still recovering ourselves. But some people have already been funny about it. Here are some of those people.
An earthquake stretching from South Carolina to Toronto struck the East Coast just minutes ago. The epicenter appears to have been near Washington D.C. in Virginia. Initial reports from the United States Geological Survey say it was a 5.9 magnitude. We felt it in our office in New York. Pretty freaky. More as it develops. View Image ›
Note to self: Stay out of the yard tool isle. Skip to 1:00 to see the horror unfold. Seriously though Christchurch, New Zealand…what did you do to piss off Nature so badly? (via geekologie.com) Watch Video ›
The bunny, born without ears, might be evidence of radioactive contamination in Japan. Some fear the mutant bunny is a result of the nuclear disaster following the massive March earthquake and tsunami. Unless, of course, it’s just a random birth defect. Every credible scientist in the world is leaning strongly toward the latter. Watch Video ›
This remarkable home video from Japan during the devastating 8.9 earthquake shows skyscrapers swaying back and forth. The prestige of Japanese Engineering is on display here. Can you imagine the devastation that would have occured if the Japanese weren’t so awesome at building things? Watch Video ›
On July 28, 1976, in Tangshan, China, an earthquake turned the city to ruins in less than a minute in what was later called the most devastating natural disaster of the twentieth century. Hundreds of thousands were killed in the tragedy. Watch Video ›
Wait a minute… Now, we’re not saying Kim Jong-il didn’t not not steal that money from a Japanese bank. We’re just sayin’… View Image ›
The first images of the remaining employees at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, dubbed “The Fukushima 50,” as they expose themselves to dangerous levels of radiation in a desperate attempt to prevent a full nuclear meltdown. These photos were released by Tokyo Electric Power Co., showing the employees as they scramble to return power to the failing nuclear reactors. The whole world is rooting for them. View List ›
From an MIT exhibit called Ground Zero 1945: Pictures By Atomic Bomb Survivors, stunning and tragic pieces of art from those who witnessed the horrors of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. These have eerie parallels with some of the scenes of destruction we see in Japan today. WARNING: Many of these portraits are disturbing. View List ›
Seismologists said an earthquake that rocked the northern Philippines Sunday had a magnitude 6.0.
Darin Furukawa, a volunteer for the Red Cross in Los Angeles, dressed up as a samurai while gathering donations to aid relief efforts in Japan. Nerdy and noble, all at once. Here are some links where you can also contribute to the cause. View List ›
A collection of artwork attempting to raise money for relief efforts in Japan. Despite all of the taco shop brawls and farting Charlie Sheens, sometimes the internet can do good. Links to the individual artist or fundraising page are provided if you feel like chipping in. *This post has been edited to remove a trans slur.* View List ›
Well-known gay demon exorcist and nutcase preacher, Cindy Jacobs, is claiming the earthquake/tsunami happened because of dragon worship. Here’s an excerpt of what she had to say in an editorial about the tragedy. View List ›
The nuclear emergency in Japan continues to escalate. Dangerous levels of radiation are leaking from the earthquake-damaged reactors at Fukushima Dai-ichi and incidents are feared at other power plants. Those working to contain the meltdowns or living nearby are at the greatest risk. Here is what radiation sickness looks like. View List ›
I know everyone is focusing on helping humans right now, but for those interested, here are 5 ways you can help missing/injured/homeless animals. View List ›
Sounds like a communist plot hatched by rooskies.
Government officials have started handing out iodine pills to combat the radiation. Around 3am local time, officials began testing residents living near the Fukushima nuclear plant for radiation poisoning. At least 3 of the 90 randomly selected people tested positive. Residents are being told to stay inside, not drink tap water and keep wet cloths over their faces as radiation levels were still well above safe limits. View Image ›