August 22, 2011
The awesome dudes at Interpretation By Design have put together an awesome flowchart to pick your favorite NFL team. It's
eerily accurate very funny.
The Brothers Gamm are back and they have Fright Night in their sights. They sing. They discuss the benefits of brazen vampiry. They explore the return of McLovin.
Even if he had a point...
This is what nightmares are made of.
I'm suddenly in immense pain. I'm sorry sir. I'm sorry.
Proof positive that at least one thing about being a child of the 90s sucked. Of course, we weren't force fed hand sanitizer every five minutes either, so it evens out.
When you combine America's two favorite, tried-and-true pastimes--baseball and eating--you get the natural progression: foodball. It doesn't get much more embarrassingly indulgent than this. But it does look cool.
Rick Perry is a master of logical reasoning. It's going to be a ton of fun having this guy around through most of the primaries.
In their new video for "Calamity Song," The Decemberists envision how Eschaton -- the awesome apocalyptic tennis game from "Infinite Jest" -- might work. For fans of: The Decemberists, David Foster Wallace. (NPR, via @joelrama)
THIS. ENDS. NOW!
This is your LAST CHANCE to use these words if you still want them. All the British newspapers have articles today about a study by Collins Dictionary that has determined which words are obsolete enough to be scrapped. Please try to use one of these words in a sentence today so that we can save them.
Don't cross Klaus. And don't ever look at him in the eyes. He has crazy eyes.
He gets a "B" for effort. This is one of those things that seemed like a good idea
while drunk at the time.
Tragic and horrible. Wing walker Todd Green was attempting to jump from a biplane to a helicopter in midair during an airshow in Michigan when, in front of a crowd of horrified onlookers, he slipped and fell to his death. WARNING: These images are disturbing.
Watch Ryan Gosling break up two guys fighting over a painting near St. Marks Place in New York City. Is there anything this man can not do?! Can be he be any more dreamy?! No.
These stairways all look like they belong on a horror movie set. Don't be caught alive on any of them, because you'd surely end up dead.
The creator of "Tiny Fuppets" responds to the accusations that he stole the ideas for his show. Muppet Babies? What Muppet Babies?
How did this happen? Oh right, the slow inexorable march of time pulling us ever closer to the grave.
Shouted by revelers in Green Square as Tripoli falls to the rebels, this is apparently a popular nickname among the Libyan people for the soon to be ousted dictator. Ya got burnt, Moammar!
Back when a game only cost $0.25 to play, these classics are a far-cry from the $60+ we pay today. (Of course, if you're like me, you spent at least that on multiple rounds of "Dig Dug.") Here's fifteen of the greatest arcade classics ever made, and if you disagree, make your case in the comments.
In collaboration with The Guggenheim, Improv Everywhere set up a lectern on the streets of New York and invited people to say something nice. The results are all kinds of "awwww-tastic."
I don't think he meant to admit that. They had bills to pay, you guys. What did you expect them to do?
Have you ever wanted to see a trick shot video with nothing but relatively normal jump shots and layups? If you answered "yes," you'll love the WNBA.
It's also a lot scarier. Either way, this video is HYPNOTIC.
How is this possible? Is it fake? How could it be real? I just don't understand. (That said, it's insanely impressive.)
These people need to learn what "one cosmetic detail" means. Because, this is not that.
This sign was posted on the main road leading into Penn State on move-in day this weekend.
There has never been an orchestra worse than this. Never. And hey, if you run an orchestra this bad, maybe you shouldn't have them play one of the most recognizable pieces of music in film history. People know what the opening of 2001: A Space Odyssey is supposed to sound like. (Thanks Max!)
Let’s face it, nothing beats the ‘90s! And just because you were born a decade or so ago, doesn't mean you embraced all of its perks. Here's a list of what you absolutely must remember to consider yourself a '90s kid.
Prepare for your mind to be blown.