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March 2, 2011

Dr. Seuss Taxidermy

Because what better way to celebrate his birthday than with the dead carcasses of his creations? Buy your own Mulberry Street Unicorn at Dr. Seuss Art.

The Most Typical Person In The World

National Geographic has compiled a nifty infographic video about the world's most typical person.

Fred Phelps Fan Art

The Supreme Court ruled that the anti-gay demonstrations of the Westboro Baptist Church, including picketing military funerals, were protected by the First Amendment. Here are some other folks exercising their First Amendment rights by paying homage to Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps. These are the handful circulating around the internet that aren't X-rated.

A Very Important To-Do List

I'm not sure if they can complete this list.

Middle East Revolutions Narrated By Carl Sagan

This video gives me feelings.

10 Awesome Things You Can Buy On eBay For The Same Price As Justin Bieber’s Hair

A lock of Justin Bieber's hair just sold for $40,668 on eBay. Here's a collection of really cool stuff you can buy for about that same price.

10 Things You May Not Have Known About Dr. Seuss And His Books

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! To celebrate 107 years of whimsical rhymes and imaginative illustrations, here are 10 facts you may not have known about the man behind the Cat in the Hat.

Del Monte Hates The Environment

Obligatory: This shit is bananas.

The Original Apple Logo

This was the first Apple Computer Co. logo from 1976.

Hasan Baba Dances To Everything

Everyone's favorite dancing dad twinkles his toes to a lively medley. Sorry, Thom Yorke, you just got served some hot Baba.

Seven Deadly Sins: Disney Princess Edition

Tinkerbell will always be the princess of my heart. Deviant artist Chris Hill is making sin look pretty attractive.

Marvel Releases New X-Men: First Class Posters

Oh right, Charles wasn't always in a wheelchair. These posters are giving me unrealistic expectations again.

Magicka: Vietnam

The most historically accurate Vietnam game to date.

Metal Recycling

Recycling is so brutal. It's hard to fit all of Mastodon into that little bin.

9 More Restyled AT-ATs

Jinkies, that will hold a lot of Scooby Snacks! Artist Steve Anderson bring us another round of souped up imperial walkers.

Snooki's Rolling Stone Cover

Snooki is on the cover of this month's issue of Rolling Stone.

The Battleship Drinking Game

There's already been a DIY version, but a Brazilian design student has crafted this stylish Battleship drinking game, complete with radar screen and shot glasses. You drank my battleship!

I Love You LaShonda

Most people have loved a LaShonda at one point in their life.

Joke For All The Liberals

Unions and the Tea Party are all the rage right now. This manages to mock both, and throws in a healthy dose of Anti-Corporate sentiment as well.

Bad But Polite Neighbor

The ongoing debate about gun control and Second Amendment rights just got uglier. Be careful talking politics, you never know how strongly someone might disagree.

'I Want To Be Evil' Feat. Barbie

Giant Jr vs. Eartha Kitt. Documenting the tragic slide from good girl to bad. Many dolls were harmed in the making of this video.

Apple Set for iPad 2 Boost: Goldman

Apple is widely expected to debut the new iPad at an event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday, significantly ramping up the pressure on tablet rivals such as Motorola(MMI), Dell(DELL), Hewlett-Packard(HPQ) and Resea…

The Most Wildly Inaccurate Prediction about the Internet, C. 1993

In 1993, an early Internet user named John Allen explained that the Internet was and would continue to be a place of remarkable civility and courtesy. Warning: text displayed during the video is NSFW.

Zombie Not Suspected -This Time

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Steve Jobs Honorary Knighthood Blocked by Former U.K. Prime Minister

Ever wonder why Steve Jobs doesn't have a 'Sir' in front of his name? Apparently, it's because of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. An

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