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November 14, 2008

Invisible Street Art

Artist Joshua Callaghan specializes in making objects like utility boxes blend in with their surroundings. Sounds like a hilarious jogging accident waiting to happen, if you ask me.

Kitesurfer Smacked by Whale Tail

David Sheridan, an Australian kitesurfer, gets smacked in the head by a whale tail but manages to escape unscathed.

Best Butt Contest

The results are in and the winners are a 20 year old Brazilian girl named Melanie Nunes Fronckowiak and a French guy named Saiba Bombote.

New Watchmen Trailer!

Just four more months until your favorite comic book becomes your favorite movie. Which is plenty of time to analyze this new trailer to make sure all the scenes are an exact recreation of panels from the graphic novel. Because it's important that they not screw this up.

Bill Ayers Speaks

After 6 months of being skewered by the news media, William Ayers is exercising his God-given right to try and sell some books. He talked to Good Morning America this morning about his past, his side of the story, and his heady days of pallin' around with Barack Obama.

Comme Des Garcons for H&M Videos

Watch videos of the madness that ensued at the Comme Des Garcons launches for H&M in various cities.

People Who Are Actually Getting Bonuses This Year

In these bitter times of dismal financial times and curbed spending, there are few employers who are actually giving bonuses this year.

Creative American Apparel Costumes

American Apparel announces the winners and posts photos from their Halloween costume contest.

Be In Judd Apatow's New Movie

Befriend the movie on MySpace and leave a comment in 100 words or less as to why you deserve a walk-on role in Judd Apatow's new movie, Funny People.

The Amazing Treadmobile

It's like a Flintstones car for the 21st century - perfect for all those treadmill users who dream about actually getting somewhere one day.

Ridiculous "O" Merchandise

Oprah reveals her store, in case you needed "O" emblazoned sweatpants.

Exactitudes

A photo series that groups together the homogeneous dress codes of certain social groups, while emphasizing both their uniformity and individuality.

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