MEOWMEOWMEOW THIS CAT.
MEOWMEOWMEOW THIS CAT.
So long, Rocket Frog… (via nbcnews.com)
The Toronto Sun is apparently proofread by Monty Python. (via hypervocal.com)
This year was slow in sex tapes, but heavy in arrests. Let’s reminisce about this year’s celebrity hullabaloos.
YOU GUYS. This is what a Kindle is for.
A Starbucks van in Japan. (via reddit.com)
He seems totally okay…well, except for his ego. But otherwise totally okay.
There’s no excuse for misspelling your own friggin’ product name on a billboard. (via jalopnik.com)
The horror! Okay, maybe not “the horror,” but certainly “the dangers of the underwater camera!” During The United States’ match-up with Spain, some of the defense got a little… Handsy? (NSFW-ish)
Huge two-piece hanging fashion billboard in Copenhagen.
Christopher Gerhart passed out at a party. When he awoke, he tried to drive home drunk and got into an accident. This mugshot tells the story of what happened in the intervening time. (via clevescene.com)
Self-deprecating humor in North Carolina from the one-time Republican front-runner.
Welcome to the digital age. Sure, a projectionist could always splice a film together upside-down or in the wrong order, but at least celluloid can’t 404.
Scarborough and company have a good LOL at the MSNBC production team’s honest mistake and then plot to take the wind out of the Internet’s sails.
There’s no worse time to make a tech announcement than on the day of an Apple event. Here are 13 companies that are doing it anyway.
It’s tough trying to get a job these days with the economy and all. Why not make it that much harder on yourself by becoming virtually impossible for anyone to take you seriously in a work environment?
Was the wordplay really that irresistible? Someone’s getting fired. [Ed. note: According to Deadspin, ESPN has already apologized.]
Isn’t it just the best time ever to be a starving mother? According to the front page of today’s “Metro,” yes. Yes it is. (via The Daily What)
The snark is a sign of how far the Texas governor’s stock has fallen since he entered the race last summer. But the move will still boost Newt.
Oops! Just when things were going so well…
I didn’t know there was an emoticon for privacy! During a discussion on MSNBC today about a new book detailing Michelle Obama’s tensions with White House staffers, noted nepotism beneficiary Meghan McCain spoke out against the tell-all, arguing the Obamas deserve “some small emoticon of privacy.” This is when I’d note McCain clearly meant to say “a modicum” instead of “emoticon” and probably just got tongue-tied so let’s all give her the benefit of the doubt and oh my god why are you all so cynical, you know, if not for the fact that she repeated the mistake five seconds later. So instead, I’ll just :(.
Looks like the Boston Herald is at Threat Level Maple. (via mediaite.com)
Nor when you vote. Oops. Here’s Rick Perry hoping that a room full of college students in New Hampshire turn 21 by November 12th. For the record, you only have to be 18 to vote and the elections in 2012 are on November 6th. Someone please take his campaign behind the barn and put it out of its misery.
Herman Cain’s Libya brain fart provides another hit of gaffe-crack for The Daily Show.
You might be surprised by the stuff that is occupying Herman Cain’s mind instead of a solid grasp of U.S. foreign policy.
“Saturday Night Live” tries very hard to make Rick Perry’s debate gaffe funnier than it was in real life, but some things just aren’t possible.
When discussing bug fixes in the new version of Yelp for iPhone, they um…can’t remember the…um…third bug that got fixed.
Oops. Intrade is the online prediction market that follows everything from stocks to box office openings to presidential candidate prospects (it’s basically online gambling). Here’s a snapshot of Rick Perry’s standing immediately after his debate meltdown.
Rick Perry at the GOP debate can’t remember his own talking points when coming up with the third department of government he would eliminate. “Oops.”—Former Presidential Candidate Rick Perry