January 28, 2011
From Khloe Kardashian to NFL WAGs bracing for the biggest two weeks of their lives, to Tina Wallman once again reminding us all why she's the "Queen of Hearts" there's a lot of ground to cover, and we're bringing it all to you!
Denise begged ex, Charlie Sheen to get help after being hospitalized.
Assad Sawey, bandaged and bloody, describes being beaten and shocked with cattle prods by Egyptian police while he was covering the mass uprising. He considers himself lucky, saying that other reporters were being rounded up by plain clothed authorities and taken to "somewhere unknown."
You can call them Hipster Cats, Cowl Kittens or Zuckerpussies--just so long as you call them adorable. Beware of the inevitable follow up list, Dogs in Hoodies. Or Hot Chicks in Hoodies. Whichever strikes my fancy first. Feel free to submit your own Zuckerpussy in the comments!
I hope you like Balancing Games!
It's been a long time since a game has made me LOL as much as this one.
An octopus oozes out of a beer bottle.
He is so "of the moment."
Every apathetic cat needs a Tupperware® Fortress for protection against hammy kittens.
A 15-year-old Natalie Portman performs a racy number from "Cabaret" at theater camp. This is in some ways as disturbing as "Black Swan."
Caro the kitten attempts to rescue his friend Miho the cat from an invisible plastic fortress.
Shit's about to get real.
They're technically sex bots, but as you can see in these videos, they make great companions. You can read the paper together, eat twizzlers and sausages together. I'm really upset and appalled that these videos don't have more views on YouTube.
Well, okay, if you insist. Sometimes good things happen to bad people. Oh, and the language is NSFW.
Baby Lu-Lu sings ‘Jesus Loves Me.’
This is a great example of why you should never flip around in a subway car.
Disturbing footage of a street protester being shot in Egypt. The condition and identity of the victim is unknown. They appear to have been participating in anti-government protests that have engulfed the Middle Eastern nation in the past few days. The Mubarak regime has imposed an internet and text messaging blackout in Egypt, presumably to stymie further organizing and prevent images such as these from sparking a Tunisia-style overthrow.
Too bad there isn't a "cute albeit racist" badge.
Coachella has sold out! Ticket bartering gets entertaining on Craigslist.
This belief has us worried about AOL and – not to be rude – Armstrong's ability to run it.