October 15, 2012
Circa takes aggregation to its logical endpoint.
Nom nom nom nom nom nom nom. Also: nom nom nom nom nom.
Just in time for Halloween! The crew takes Linda Blair for a spin on the custom made manipulation device, levitating her off the bed and violently tossing her about.
But you can't sing in text! In an alternate reality, this comic would come with an audio tape to follow along to.
Where did everyone go? Plus, the colors red and blue control your life and rating the best shows within a show.
Romney gains in Florida. Democrats say the polls are skewed.
The site's recent turmoil says a lot about how outcast web cultures come of age.
This is going to be the best day of your — and your pet turtle's — entire life.
Did they seriously just use the "start up" sound to revive Frankenstein's monster? Yes, yes they did.
You missed a spot. Plus, absurd super-sized fashion trends and athletes that look like animals.
We're open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all the snacks you require in between. Happy Hour starts ... now.
In trying to understand both Obama and Romney, we've been trapped in their family histories. Flattering and selective.
As Bill Murray would.
As the Space Shuttle Endeavour moved through Los Angeles to its new home at the California Science Center, locals watched wearing their most festive shuttle-themed attire.
The Republican nominee's father didn't walk out of the '64 convention. And George Romney didn't teach Mitt that you lose by being honest — he taught him that you change your positions to win.
"Actually..." is a new anti-Romney video series featuring monologues written and performed by celebrities, beginning with Rosie Perez addressing Romney's comments – from the 47% video – that he would have an easier time being elected if he was Latino. The group behind the series, the Jewish Council for Education and Research and the SuperPAC American Bridge, says the videos will address "Romney's most outrageous lies and most out-of-touch statements."