August 23, 2011
I would say somewhat more powerful.
Record store clerks are the best.
Crazy people blaming the gays again! Typical!
Apparently God believes Nafissatou Diallo. Towards the end of the clip, pay attention to the woman in the striped shirt who's closest to the camera. Her expression of mild panic and perturbed confusion basically sums up all of New York today.
This is what happens when everyone at the office works in NYC but you. Guys? Guys? Other stuff is happening today, too!
Safety third! Or fourth? Safety eventually? I'm going to assume most of these take place in countries where OSHA isn't waiting in the wings like some sort of lawsuit vulture.
This man is more courageous than us all. Never have I observed such steadfast rigidity in the face of a furious Mother Nature. Play on.
When she isn't fighting for mango pops, being bored in the car, or telling would be muggers to "stop being scary!" Ursula Parker is an amazing violinist. Which wouldn't be impressive except that she's 6-years-old (at least when this was filmed).
It's important to find true love in the onset of the apocalypse.
Danny Zuker is the head writer for Modern Family. FYI, Chris Brown has since deleted his original "pray for Virginia" tweet.
Miraculously does not immediately kill entire crew. Science, we need to have a serious discussion about how everything you're doing is trying to kill us.
Devastating. Things aren't looking too good for everyone on the East Coast. Send your prayers their way.
The east coast just had an Earthquake. I know it's scary, we're still recovering ourselves. But some people have already been funny about it. Here are some of those people.
An earthquake stretching from South Carolina to Toronto struck the East Coast just minutes ago. The epicenter appears to have been near Washington D.C. in Virginia. Initial reports from the United States Geological Survey say it was a 5.9 magnitude. We felt it in our office in New York. Pretty freaky. More as it develops.
Recent break-up? Don't worry, girl. Here's 5 ways for you to look cute with the shirt he left in your apartment. Work it.
Have you ever wanted to ask deep, mythology-exploring questions about McDonaldland? Well now's your chance. The McDonald's Corporate Twitter Account is all kinds of hilarious. (Also it has interacted with an account named @dogboner, which is just hysterical.)
Who says science it abstract? 99.9% of western society has dealt with at least three of these black holes this week.
It's just so... So... Well I can't think of the word right now, but I don't like it!
This short documentary about one man's constantly evolving alternate reality map is shockingly engrossing. And his work is undeniably beautiful.
Oh wait. Nevermind.
Comedy Central, I like your roasts, but come on. I think this teaser might be a step too far. The man is literally (and that is the appropriate word) killing himself in public. Highlighting that aspect of the story and not all of his zany sayings or whatever is a weird angle to take for an advertisement.
Glass... how does it work? To be honest, though, probably anyone would be furious if a tiny pink mouse were just sitting there, taunting.
But you know, just maybe. Also I'm pretty sure what he's proposing would make driving a bit more difficult. So there's that too.
QWOP, the most frustrating game in the history of the Internet, is getting the movie treatment. The guys at The Busted Pixel put it together, and it's already better than The Super Mario Brothers Movie
Poppy Chaos was a childhood friend of Ms. Gaga, and has recently decided to follow in her friend's footsteps. But then, you know, pass her. Because f*ck footsteps, right? This hilarious video also features Nick from BriTANicK and a bunch of other awesome people. Also, I have to be honest, the song is pretty catchy...
Tripoli has fallen, and that can mean only one thing. It's time for the Taiwanese animation news network to give us a rundown on the fall of Gaddafi's dictatorship.