October 18, 2010
American Apparel has a tool that lets you build cruddy Halloween costumes out of their preexisting collection of clothing. I'm taking this to mean that they're admitting that their clothing is ridiculous enough to double as a costume.
Actually, I don't know who/what this is.
For sale on eBay.
They forgot Scotland: The Low Road. Which ones would you add?
Nice try, Pedobear.
It's called the "Ballad of Reading Milton." I'm just now realizing he looks exactly like a cross between Thurston Moore and Tilda Swinton.
As a special request from one of the Hottest Guys In Tech, we have followed up with the social media babes. These are the women giving the tech guys some serious competition.
No!! Not my favorite Barrens lookout tower! Not the Booty Bay statue! Not Stormwi...wait..yeah! Take out Stormwind!
I for one, welcome our new j-pop overlords.
I have to wonder, do actors look at themselves onscreen and think, "Who the hell IS that guy?"
IT'S FINALLY HERE.
Here we go again. This video gives every other “after dentist” video a run for its money.
A ruffian monkey in New Delhi attacks a guy for his iPhone 4 after rooting through some trash.
Romanian artist Istvan Laszlo specializes in drawing the skulls of famous people. Lenin, without a doubt, has the most frightening skull I have ever seen. On second thought, I haven't really seen too many skulls.
In response to the attack on GeneSimmons.com, which took the site offline intermittently, Gene Simmons now has a message for the "hackers" responsible. "We will soon be printing their names and pictures. We will find you. You cannot hide." Apparently, Simmons fails to realize the power of Anonymous. This isn't going to be pretty.
Looks like Facebook has found itself in some hot water. It turns out that 10 popular applications on the site have been stealing personal information from users and in some cases, users' friends. With Facebook suddenly in the news almost on a daily basis, you have to wonder whether this is a publicity stunt ... or what?