July 30, 2012
In an interview that aired today with Wolf Blitzer Romney said Russia was not an enemy, but was America's number one adversary.
Internet prankster David Thorpe waged a successful campaign to make a remote Alaska location the winner of a Walmart sponsored contest to get a visit from rapper Pitbull. Pitbull got him back by bringing Thorpe to Kodiak, Alaska with him.
Now you can relive your childhood on your iPhone or iPad by putting images of hot pink tigers all over your photos. Warning: non-kids may have a hard time.
The second ever issue of SPIN magazine in 1985 included a bizarre essay by Henry Rollins about how much he loves 7-11 convenience stores.
Also, Michael Fassbender. Pitt + Fassbender = perfection.
Pussy Riot is an activist organization currently on trial in Russia for offending both church and Putin. Here's a primer to get you up to speed.
This is ridiculously hard. Yet somehow the Backwards Piano Man makes it look easy.
Get the marbles out of your mouth, Mumbles McGee!
Instagram isn't just a treasure trove of happy beach memories, rainbows, and best days ever. It's the world's largest database of disgusting food photography, where delicious foods are irreversibly desecrated by nostalgic camera filters.
No, but seriously.
Happy Holi everyone! Wait, isn't this supposed to be a religious Spring Festival for Hinduism? Harmless fun or culturally insensitive?
How a big nail polish brand copied bloggers and went on to trademark their idea.
In the match that would decide who would fence for the gold, Germany's Britta Heidemann landed a match-clinching touch. But was it in time? South Korea's Shin A Lam didn't think so. So she refused to leave.
Mitt Romney has come under some fire for remarks at a fundraiser in Israel saying the "power" of "culture" was the reason for the large economic disparity between Israel and Palestine. But the remarks are nothing new for Romney, who often cites culture as the reason for the success of some nations over others. Romney says he first got the idea from reading David Landis' book The Wealth and Poverty of Nations.
Speaking about Egypt, the Secretary of State tells us what we sort of already knew.
What a beautiful sport.
From the master himself. He also teaches Chris Hardwick a few new vocab words.
As far as athletes go, I'm not sure it gets more impressive than this.
After 12 years of research, I'm happy to announce that the results are in on this highly scientific study.
The creators of the McNuggetini and stars of Classy Ladies have whipped up a drink just for us. I hope you like ice cream and Pop Rocks!
This post happened because reasons. Because sometimes you need a little more brass clockwork in your life.
He calls his personal style "rockstar swagger." He dreams of becoming a clothing designer. His idol is Lil' Wayne. And he's shaping up to be the face (and abs and pecs) of the U.S. Olympic team. Let's see what we can learn about fashion from this spectacular male specimen.
Lana Del Rey recently covered Nirvana's Heart Shaped Box but did she know it is about Courtney Love's vagina? Well now she does since Courtney made the song's significance pretty clear over twitter.
Eat your heart out Ocean's Eleven. Plus women are killing it at the Olympics this year and robotic babies are super creepy.
It's a well known fact that the best time for asking life's greatest questions is while playing table tennis.
Here's Tom Hardy when he was more of an unknown in a screen test for 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis . Spoiler alert: he got the part.
The first two days of the Olympics have been pretty exciting to say the least. Starting it all off? Swimmer Ryan Lochte basically wiped the floor with Michael Phelps in the 400m individual medley, winning gold while Phelps didn’t even place. And whi…
For The Athlete's Foot.
Pregnancy is a treasured time in a woman's life and these 30 mothers-to-be were so elated by the experience, they wanted to capture the beauty of their blossoming forms - but perhaps they didn't realise just how awkward their family pregnancy snaps …
A "Dylan obsessive" at Tablet outed the New Yorker writer and controversial self-plagiarizer, leading to Lehrer's resignation.
From the 1920 Antwerp games to London in 2012, these images of American women epitomize Olympic grace.
It's been clear for a while that Google is hell-bent on making Google+ work, and its motives are both reasonable and clear â€”Â from a business perspective. But at times I find myself wondering if Google has, like, actually lost control of its social network; if a lumbering green robot is stalking the campus, crashing through doors and zapping product managers at random with his +1 death ray. It would explain a lot. Anyway, uh, Gmail has Google Hangouts now.
Or at least... her cleavage is. And that's a good thing!
So many feelings.
The famed French filmmaker Chris Marker died at 91 today. A lyrical documentarian (and cat-lover) whose style predicted web video.
In 1979, singer Tom Waits appeared on The Don Lane Show in Australia. As you will soon be able to see (the action starts at 1:30), his appearance was likely the basis for Heath Ledger's performance as The Joker in The Dark Knight.
This video has been tearing its way around the internet all weekend, a 1979 Australian TV interview with Tom Waits that seems to be Heath Ledger’s inspiration for the Joker in The Dark Knight. Even stranger, the interviewer (Don Lane) seems to be do…
Peter Parker is looking spry for a baby boomer. Buzzfeed interviews Marvel editor Stephen Wacker about what's in store for the Spider-Man as he heads towards his 700th issue. Plus: Exclusive alternate covers celebrating 50 years of Spider-Man.
Pickup artist tactics for getting women into bed won't turn ordinary men into rapists, say experts — but they can convince people that coercing women into sex is normal.
I'm sorry, but there's just something about photos of swimmers in action that make them look like aliens, merpeople, and sea monsters. Don't click if you're afraid of water and/or drowning!
Mitch McConnell talks to BuzzFeed about the Web, the election, and his plans to let Democrats take a few votes if he becomes Majority Leader. "I kind of like this new environment."
Spotted in Caldwell, Idaho. It belongs to a group who support the legacy of Libertarian thinker Ralph Smeed.
Strange sports are worth celebrating, and not (just) because they're funny.
BUFFALO, N.Y., July 29 (UPI) -- A New York couple say they will be remarried at the age of 85 after they spent nearly 50 years apart.
Cameron — the South African swimmer — won the 100m breaststroke while also breaking the world record time for it, then looked adorable hanging in the pool. Also he is my new favorite Olympian.
Even outside the U.S., Paul's devoted followers give Mitt a hard time.
The next time you find yourself watching a women's swimming event, keep an eye out for these fierce manicures.
Fashion photographer Nick Knight has made a short video called "Fashion Fetish" of Lily Donaldson romping in skimpy underwear and a tiger head. And here we all thought it was the actual furries who were the perverts.
12 of those murder counts are for "murder with extreme indifference." He appeared in a Colorado court room today to hear the charges.
Wow. Sure, France ended up pulling off the win in overtime, but what a play.
Love is dead.
First you'll need a yacht and a crew, then you'll need to bid farewell like she does.
Whether celebrating one of the greatest victories of their lives, mourning one of the greatest disappointments, or simply being overwhelmed by the moment, these images embody the power of the Olympics.
This is by a wide margin the best thing I’ve seen on the internet in a LONG time.
The models are sizzling! Unfortunately, so is their skin.
He's also a great pants-taker-offer.
Boris Johnson, this is kind of a weird look.
I guess that's just karma's way of punishing you for trying to sneak into a Nickelback show.
Out with the old and in with the new. Plus, Octomom already blew through her stripping money and Drew Barrymore is super pregnant.
Berlin's take on the Hindu celebration looks like a post-apocalyptic, technicolor rave.
BuzzFeed's Washington Bureau Chief, John Stanton, had a newsmaking interview with Rep. Eric Cantor last week where he urged tolerance on gays and muslims. CBS This Morning's Charlie Rose pushed Cantor on his statements to BuzzFeed and PoliticsNation's Rev. Al Sharpton said Cantor's interview with BuzzFeed represented "a major development" and calls its a party split. "Folks, this is big," said Sharpton. Yup.
Yesterday we had TWO blk events. The first stop was at King Kullen in Messepequa Park. What was supposed to only be a 2 hour event turned into a 3 hour event!! Sadly, store employees had to start turning people away. The second location was just as …
Ye Shiwen posted such a good time in the women's 400m individual medley that her final 50m was in fact faster than Ryan Lochte's performance in the men's event, at just 28.93 seconds.
And poor Lamar Odom had to suffer for it.
In an email to former aides at NYC2012, the architect of the failed U.S. bid mulls what might have been, and declares victory anyway. "No city has ever benefited so much from trying."
Official Olympics ads. NSFW, if statue testicles are a problem.
Twitter users share what porn has taught them — crucial wisdom about plumbing, pizza delivery, and what really happens in detention.
The Romney campaign attacked and fundraised off comments by Democratic strategist Hilary saying Romney's wife Ann hadn't "worked a day in her life." But while Republicans pundits have attacked Democrats for taking aim at Romney's wife, in Romney's 2008 RNC convention address Romney himself took aim at President Obama's wife Michelle. Romney said "just like you, there has never been a day when I was not proud to be an American,” hitting Michelle Obama for saying 2008 was "the first time" in her adult life she was proud of America.
President Obama has taken heat for the negativity of his 2012 campaign. In an April 2008 speech, Obama promised to not run negative ads saying it "was a different time" that required "a different kind of campaign." He later ran many negative ads against John McCain.
Lots of pictures of his wet shirtless body ahead.
I mean sure, France lost pretty bad to the US at basketball, but THIS is your excuse?
It's terrible. Really, really terrible.
There are countless people in London trying to get tickets to Olympic events only to be told that they're sold out. I'm sure those people are delighted to see images like these.
This footage is amazing.
US Gymnast Aly Raisman is from Boston. You would never know it unless you saw or heard her parents. And you should, because they're the best. They're so Boston that Ben Affleck just adopted the whole family.
Just in case the all the displays of new pencils and Justin Bieber folders have you longing for simpler days.
Some bear cubs climbed into a trash dumpster but were unable to get back out. Until, that is, the bravest person I have ever seen arrives on the scene.
The Wachowskis (The Matrix movies) and Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) are teaming up to bring David Mitchell's award-winning novel, Cloud Atlas, to the big screen. It's an ambitious effort given the plot of the book:
The sisters Kardashian are pressing along with their latest fashion venture, a plus size denim line called Kardashian Kurves, to be sold at Sears. The Kardashians are beautiful and famous and known for their kurves, so a plus size line makes a lot o…
Up to a million people are expected to line the route of the men’s cycle road race today, hoping to roar Mark Cavendish to Team GB’s first gold medal.