Or, best? No, worst.
Or, best? No, worst.
And then it probably landed on the ground so he also littered.
Lookin’ good, Boo Boo.
This is pretty cool.
Mother Nature is turning trash into treasure. For almost twenty years, residents of Fort Bragg, CA used the ocean as a receptacle for household garbage. The practice was shut down in the sixties and ever since then the surf has been beating the glass shards into beautiful submission.
Justin Gignac successfully sells garbage he finds in NYC for $100. Justin says the product came out of a bet that packaging alone could sell a product and looks like he’s right.
Why wouldn’t you is a better question.
A new site dedicated to musicians telling the train wreck tales of their worst live performances. I would pay good money to see a bald Juliana Hatfield get into a fight with a homophobe. Many more accounts of concerts gone awry over at The Worst Gig. View List ›
An artist who scours junk shops and eBay for items to use in his exhibitions has scooped £16,500 as winner of the Northern Art Prize. Haroon Mirza’s winning installation combined second-hand record players and radios with sound art, projection and a 19th Century painting. The award was established four years ago to showcase contemporary artists working in the north of England. View List ›
The effects of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s stinky government are spilling over into the streets of Italy’s third-largest city. So far, more than 10,000 tons of trash have piled up in and around Naples due to lack of landfills. View List ›
The simple equation to create Ke$ha. View Image ›
Even on reality shows at the center of the cultural zeitgeist, “From MySpace to My Face” — one of many novelty tees sold at the seaside garbage store where the guidos and guidettes “work” — will undoubtedly steal the spotlight. Although nothing will ever come close to my favorite shirt, spotted at a state fair in rural Virginia, which featured the Warner Bros. logo and read, “If you see the cops, WARN A BROTHA.” View Image ›
Chris Brown started his 180 day community service today by collecting garbage alongside a road in Richmond Virginia. I have to admit, these pictures are pretty gratifying. View Image ›
The Toronto garbage strike just ended after weeks of Canadian complaining. See how it stacks up against the worst garbage strikes in history! View List ›
Some half-assed ninja does his best E. Honda bonus stage impression. Surprisingly, the thing is wrecked at the end. And he didn’t even use the Hundred Hand Slap! Watch Video ›
They may look like jewelry pulled off a mall kiosk (or My So-Called Life), but these charms for dudes are straight-up classy with a capital K. With models like “Desire,” “Challenge,” and “Cool Topaz,” guys finally have the chance to make the “middle school art teacher” look tew-ootally sexy. (Thanks, Gabe!)
Someone went through the Weeds star’s trash and found medicine to treat underactive thyroid. Classy. Also, we’re electing a new leader of the free world in less than ten days. But in the meantime, does Stockard Channing use a dumpster? Read More ›
As a correspondent for The Insider — the tabloid show he used to host — O’Brien wrote a scathing e-mail to his staff, decrying the plight of the poor Iowans he met while on location (who can’t afford “food, gas…or movies”), before lambasting one of the show’s fluffier recurring segments about accessories, which he claims “make [people] want to vomit.” O’Brien says he’s just trying to “create a discourse.” And he will, right after the segment about Brooke Burke dancing. Read More ›
Served in Japan, the franchise serves a pie that — from what we can tell — is topped with cheese, hot dogs, confetti, and garbage. The cool thing about the Double Roll is that it probably looks the same on the plate as it does in the toilet. View Image ›