November 16, 2011
And yet there he is, and yet there that drill is, and yet there that poor bastard's mouth is. Putin has officially become a '70s cinema villain.
Muppets' star and general awesome dude Jason Segel is hosting SNL this week. It looks like it could be a winner.
Finally a use for all of those extra glasses!
Ladies and gentlemen, this is fan art at its finest.
Personally I'd buy this, regardless of what it was called. That is one bad ass skirt.
Everyone knows waterfalls are beautiful, but did you know how sexy they are? Also, today I learned that Iceland secretly has all the best waterfalls.
This is science. You can't argue with science.
"How could this happen? Your friends shouldn't have kids until the future. This isn't the future. We don't even have hover boards yet."
The only question that remains is whether he will they use this power for good or for evil.
I went to Twitter today to see what Beliebers had to say about the news that Mariah Yeater dropped her paternity suit, but I found something way
better stranger. Fans of Justin Bieber will often use #imagine to set up a tweet that is an imagined romantic dialogue between them and Justin. It's creepy.
From the same International Space Station mission that brought you this eye-popping video, here's an astronaut's-eye view of the Southern Lights above Australia. That's some Stanley Kubrick stuff right there.
This looks amazing. Is it possible for Pixar to make a bad movie? It just doesn't seem possible. And thank god they've never made movies about cars. Because if they did, those would probably be the exceptions to the rule. But thank god we live in a world where that never happened. Whew.
I feel like my sexuality will be questioned, but I have opinions on these things. And dammit they must be heard.
People Magazine made the biggest mistake in their entire magazine's history by picking Bradley Cooper as this year's "Sexiest Man Alive." Words cannot express how massive of a failure this year's list is. I'm pretty sure everyone that picked it is BLIND.
Tried reading Tumblr recently? You can't. The site has censored itself to draw attention to Congress's upcoming votes on the PROTECT-IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act. If passed, these bills would clear the way for corporations to control what content is up about them on the web, as well as imposing even stricter punishments on piracy sites and users.
Looks like all those hours of training have finally paid off.
This guy may be the biggest troll I've ever seen. He's trolling "sheeple" who buy things for veterans. Or he's trolling us and making it all up. Regardless, epic troll is
epic a jackass.
Well this doesn't sound good.
It is funny how quickly we take things for granted that didn’t exist just a few years back (obligatory reference to Louis C.K. rant about appreciating technology). Today the thought of using a computer that’s not connected to a network is almost un…