August 16, 2011
Here's some of the crazy shit we heard while walking around The Gathering Of The Juggalos.
Turns out blue bloods are pretty gross even without the inbreeding. Without iron-rich hemoglobin turning their blood a recognizable red, these animals have had to make do with copper-based hemocyanin.
For as long as there have been movies, there have been people demanding "silence!" in movies. Here's a supercut of said moments.
A Yale undergrad student recently developed Hardlywork.in, which turns your Facebook into an Excel spreadsheet. It looks complicated to anyone who might pass you by, but its layout is easy to use and can be quickly switched back into a real spreadsheet.
Just get in this post. We don't know where we're going, but it'll make a great story.
The following is just a rumor, but is coming from someone who claims to have knowledge of blah blah blah friend of the production blah blah. Take this with a grain of salt. (That said it sounds awesome.)
I love that Alice In Wonderland gets a nod. She was tripping the whole time.
I want one of these in my living room. That way I could be just like Austin Powers. (Hey who let 1997 me on here?)
Ever since the Soviet Union diverted the rivers that flowed into the Aral Sea in the 1960s, its coastline has been receding. Today, the arid desert land only harbors the remnants of dozens of shipwrecks. There's hundreds of incredible photos of the terrain, but here are some of the best.
What the hell did I just watch?
Justice. There's always the one guy who thinks cell phone rules don't apply to him.
But just as friends. Definitely just as friends. As brothers. Right?
A first look at Chris Evans in his modern Captain America tights. Based on the teaser and blatant rumor-mongering, it looks like Loki and the Skrull are destroying Cleveland (standing in for New York).
Graffiti was EVERYWHERE at the Gathering. It was also really dusty, so Juggalos wrote messages on cars. I'm not really sure what all the Wifi hate is all about.
When Mike Peterson submitted a satirical essay to Rolling Stone in 1969, he had no idea that it would be passed on to Hunter S. Thompson. And he certainly didn't expect this response from the famed author... (I know this may be shocking, but the language is a bit salty. Who would think Hunter would write this way?)
Many of these cakes look too good to be true. Or too real to be eaten. That is, unless you have a particular penchant for pugs, shoes, and dragons.
There was some kid at the Gathering who looked exactly like Justin Bieber. I wanted to ask him about it, but Juggalos hate press, so I just took some pictures instead. Eerie.
Is that asparagus? Nope. It's delicious, delicious cake. I know. It's amazing.
Well done Newcastle. Well done. (And not for nothing, but those are 3,000 bottle caps being used to create the shadow.)
Peggy O'Neil's, a Dorchester Pub, is under fire from Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley who has filed charges against the establishment. The details of the allegations are strange and seemingly out of the 1950s.
This is a hilarious short film, that accurately displays the inner workings of the male mind. Right? It's not just me right?
Woody and Buzz aren't the only childhood playthings that come to life when you aren't around.