June 28, 2012
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And the commissioner encourages it like a WWE heel.
Andy Katz makes the oldest sportscaster mistake in the book, when talking about former Ohio State star Jared Sullinger.
Diablo 3, a hack-and-slash role-playing game for the PC published by Blizzard (which also makes World of Warcraft), was released a month and a half ago. There was about a decade’s worth of anticipation from fans of the series who had profoundly nost…
Remember when there was a social network in every niche and cranny? Even for fake boobs? A walk through some of the wilder ghost towns left on the web.
These very serious enthusiasts opine on whether their recently-purchased blade could truly be "a weapon of stealth."
CNN's major gaffe with the supreme court health care ruling and premature reports about Nora Ephron's death are a reminder that especially when it comes to the internet, you can't always believe what you read. Editors who cover celebrity deaths say they're more skeptical of online reports than ever before.
This fan art makes me aim to misbehave. Sadly, it's only a wonderful mash-up of Da Vinci's "Perfect Man" that covers up all the important bits with suggestive gun placement.
A teacher on Reddit made a subreddit where Japanese college students can post rage comics to help them learn English. I can't help but feeling there's some sort of language barrier here.
Democrats walked out on the vote by House Republicans to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over the Fast and Furious scandal. We made the most exciting thing to hit C-SPAN today more exciting.
Lukas Rosol, the world's #100 player, wasn't shy about expressing how big of an upset it was when he beat Nadal in five sets.
Today is his big day, posthumously.
Did you watch Congress argue about holding the U.S. Attorney General in contempt? It was... something!
That's no moon!
RIM, the BlackBerry company, cut a few thousand jobs last week; now, it's cutting 5,000 more, or a third of its remaining workforce. It's kind of stunning, really: RIM had the right mobile business model before Microsoft and Google, and even Apple. It just forgot the most important part: make a phone that doesn't suck.
After seeing Dunham's debut, Tiny Furniture, Ephron asked the young filmmaker to lunch. The two soon became friends: "She called bullshit on a whole host of things," Dunham writes in the New Yorker. "Donuts served in fancy restaurants; photo shoots in which female directors are asked to all stand in a cluster wearing mustaches; the idea that one’s writing isn’t fiction if it borrows from one’s life."
Of course there's a Ryan Gosling meme for the SCOTUS decision on ObamaCare.
Until last year.
The Supreme Court ruled today that ObamaCare, and the individual mandate, are not unconstitutional. Republicans responded with calls for a full repeal. Here are nine Republicans who at one time supported an individual mandate.
Or is it, a new fleece? Sorry, sorry. Also, broadband data caps might be illegal and the world' first synthetic larynx transplant was a success!
He's so, so, SO hot right now.
The Supreme Court ruled today that President Obama's individual mandate to buy health care is permissible because it's a tax. In 2008, then Senator Barack Obama attacked John McCain during his first run for the White House for his health care plan's taxes, which he dubbed "the McCain tax."
You're too old, not hip enough, or you straight-up loathe the phrase "YOLO" — and with good reason. Here are 10 alternatives to the popular saying.
You've probably already seen a few of these on your Facetweet feeds and Tumblrist boards.
Wait just a minute, where are their bejeweled belly buttons? This is an outrage! Oooo, they have metallic ones now.
Finally one I can relate to.
Last week, we brought you the heartwarming Disney story of Sara Jay and Angelina Castro, the two adult film starlets who promised to suck off all of their Twitter followers if the Miami Heat won the NBA Finals. Well, the Heat won, so it’s time to st…
And in one moment, Brand earned his insane, exorbitant contract.
Or should i say face-inating sport. Because they smash eggs on their faces. Get it?
Coulter predicted conservative outrage at Roberts a full seven years ago.
This is beautiful. Fuck Adam Sandler.
Plain old wallpaper is passé. Check out these funky wall treatments that use everything from paint chips to Post-It notes.
Don't get me wrong, I would love Chrome on my iPhone and iPad. But Chrome for iOS isn't really Chrome — it's a much slower version of Mobile Safari.
Why make a just a music video when you can make a music video, add in a bunch of eerie scenes from thriller movies, and incorporate Peter Sarsgaard looking menacing too?
“67% of Americans believe that it is important to go on a summer vacation, but budget travel is also still a top priority for people -- 59 percent of people spend less than $1,200 in total on their vacations,” TomTom says. In fact, the last thing …
Says one anti-abortion advocate: "They've forced every pro-life American to pay for abortions."
Trying to get attention, yes, but they were also there in support of moving to a single payer healthcare system, like Canada's.
New domain names will be controlled by private companies —which could suck for the rest of us.
PHEW! Turns out the face-eater wasn't on bath salt, but he was on the deadly substance known as "marijuana".
And thanks to the Supreme Court, most of these people will be covered by ObamaCare.
Important information before you see Magic Mike this weekend, courtesy Wendy Williams' prying questions: Joe Manganiello is very much SINGLE.
Nature wins again!
Sorry Lincoln but your wife is in another Antebellum Mansion. Warning: Spoilers ahoy!
The Chief Justice has a whole new set of friends: the left.
...but they're even cuter when they're napping with ducklings. I dare you not to melt.
A new organization, Battling Bare, seeks to strip away the stigma of being a soldier dealing with post-combat stress
From Biblical sea monster references to straight news headlines, one thing is clear from the online right's coverage: Chief Justice Roberts is Public Enemy Number One.
It seems so stupid. They're making so much money! But closing time for a football player has its own unique pressures, as one former Bronco explains here.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, as cool as the Fake Chuck Norris that the internet invented is, the guy whose tears could cure cancer if only he’d cry, the real Chuck Norris is that much of a slimy dicklicker. The GPS on your phone will s…
Pedal to the MAX.
ObamaCare means the end of the 50 states as we know it, apparently.
“Embarrassing.” “Fucking humiliating.” “Shameful.” A veteran producer jumps the gun, a young correspondent goes too far, and the network's crisis deepens.
The purse is around 4500 years old and is covered in dog teeth, making it both vintage and fashionable.
Slams the Supreme Court's ruling and pledges repeal.
The Republican candidate repeats his vow to repeal ObamaCare.
Because when you think analysis of American politics, you think Philadelphia center Spencer Hawes.
According to tests carried out by the Paris-based National Institute of Consumption (INC) more than half of leading colas contain the traces of alcohol.
Mitt Romney said in 2007 that individual mandate, the centerpiece of ObamaCare upheld by the Supreme Court today as a tax, was the "ultimative conservatism." Romney said people going to the hospital and "getting free care" was a "form of socialism."
"How you like me now?" - Donald Verrilli
What it really means. Health care professionals, from an OB/GYN to a therapist to a pharmacist, share their feelings on the law and how they foresee it affecting their practices and patients.
Fox News and MSNBC must be loving this.
Well, there goes that theory. The toxicology results are back, and the attacker had nothing in his system besides small amounts of marijuana.
The Supreme Court upheld Obamacare. CNN initially reported they hadn't. Twitter had a good time.
Clinton is the most-traveled Secretary of State in U.S. history, with a trip to Latvia being the 100th country she's visited as Secretary. Madeline Albright visited 96 countries, while Condoleeza Rice visited 85.
The electronic market Intrade reflected conventional wisdom perfectly, reality not at all.
Whoever did this should get an award.
That's...not really a good summer look.
Supreme Court ruled today the individual mandate was constitutional because it was a tax. In 2009, the president said the individual mandate was not a tax.
The history of FM synth in arcade and console games is pretty cut-and-dry, but its adoption in personal computers is somewhat fragmented, but only because the market was. In Japan, the world of home computers in the '80s was flush with several diffe…
A new web video from the Democratic SuperPAC American Bridge mashes up videos of Mitt Romney declaring his support for the individual mandate, the principle at the center of ObamaCare.
Grandma, who's shoveling tacos like there's no tomorrow, is getting Red 'mericans' blood pumping with her "right to bear arms" line. FREEDOM!
A point worth reiterating in the debate about metered vs. unlimited data: "The major cable distributors can charge whatever they want, however they want, for whatever services they define. There is no oversight of any of this and no visibility into what is actually going on." Something to remember next time Time Warner claims it is being "forced" to change the way it bills for data.
We all know that magazines like to photoshop out any model’s flaws (or pores, or freckles, or thigh bulge)–but did someone at Vogue China really take such offense to Doutzen Kroes‘s leg that they had to completely erase it from the picture? Apparent…
Barack Obama faces Judgment Day as the Supreme Court is set to announce today whether his healthcare reform will be struck down and Attorney General Eric Holder faces being held in contempt of Congress.
On Happy Meal packages. Whatever. As long as your kids keep eating our crap.
Most of us here at Fashionista (along with most fashion people, it seems) are obsessed with Downton Abbey. In fact, I’m currently on my third coffee today because I recently got around to finishing season two on iTunes and could not stop watching ep…
With dramatic Supreme Court ruling on President Obama's health care law due today, other sophisticated players know this is a great time to dump bad news.
My Three Sons actor Don Grady died Tuesday after a reportedly long battle with cancer. He was 68.
The UVA situation was a hot mess. It was basically the Star Wars trilogy. Dragas = Darth Vadar. Board of Trustees = Death Star. Sullivan = Luke Skywalker. UVA faculty = Han Solo. But I can also answer specific questions.
She recorded the song for a new compilation album of Fleetwood covers.
We’ve known since 2008 that the Highlander franchise was being rebooted, and we learned last year that the newest tale of the MacLeod clan was being rushed into production. But the big question was – who the hell’s gonna be chopping them heads off? …
To demonstrate a pair of their products, Google arranged for a group of skydivers to jump out of a blimp and parachute onto the roof of the Moscone Center in San Francisco, the building in which the Google I/O was being held. The divers were each we…
WEDNESDAY, June 27 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests that human ancestors who lived 2 million years ago had a diet that was devoted to harder foods than other early humans. "It is an important finding because diet is one of the fund
The frenzied dance between street style photographers and their bait is now a common sight at fashion shows and events, and it’s upped the wardrobe ante for everyone. But as with any phenomenon, there tends to be a saturation point, and it seems li…
Although series vet Michiko Naruke didn't return to compose music for the fifth (and it seems, final) installment of Wild Arms, the soundtrack didn't suffer a bit. The game, on the other hand, felt like a step down from the streamlined, cheesy fun o…
Here’s Gisele Bündchen in a graffiti-themed editorial for Vogue Brazil’s July issue. The spread has hit the internet, courtesy of Made in Brazil, in advance of the issue hitting newsstands this Friday (Gisele will also be on the cover). Besides the …
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime feels gamers can't be satisfied.
If the Supremes strike down the law, he may lose his most animating issue.