February 27, 2013
Or a Sith Lord. Stunt People put together a quick taste of what life would be like in a galaxy far, far away.
Presented by stock photography.
Out of context, his comments are often hilariously nihilistic. There's a reason Arino is a mascot among Tumblr nerds.
During the last presidential debate. The conventional understanding is the idea came out of the White House.
The QUEEN is back in another local television commercial. Get that $$$, Sweet Brown!
These are NSFW only if your workplace looks down on cross-stitched penises.
It's called Hide the Fart. And it's free!
President Obama made friends with a 3-year-old relative of Rosa Parks at a ceremony honoring the civil rights leader on Capitol Hill.
Lots to marketing, not much to cocoa farmers.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Prince Harry visits his charity's school for deaf children in Lesotho; women weep at his perfection.
Honestly, I'd rather eat alone.
Because waking up in a pretend bed next to a Facebook friend's profile picture is ALMOST the same as the real thing, right?
The issue of sequestration has led to lots of petty finger-pointing but little action in D.C. while regular Americans struggle.
Lemming a pair of those newfangled Google glasses? The Apple ones are so much cooler. You don't even need one of those annoying eyeglass repair kits that are so hard to find these days.
An activist shareholder casts media executive — and Democrat — Leo Hindery as the gun lobby's Roger Ailes.
This is how you tease a horror movie. (Tell us when it's safe to come out from under our desks, please.)
Many of the areas hit hardest by the coming sequester are those with Republican representatives in Congress. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
White families studied in a new report are now almost ten times wealthier than black families.
Chris Cooper has signed on to play Norman Osborn — the man who becomes the Green Goblin — joining Jamie Foxx and Paul Giamatti's villains. Are three Big Bads too many?
Quite the overachiever.
We go together just like Pantone 7489 C and Pantone 184 C.
The essential stages of video game history. Please, add your own!
Ramona is an incredibly mischievous little puppy. She can usually be seen sorting the underwear drawer (by putting each pair in neat little piles in her crate) or chewing someone's hair while they are screaming in pain. God modeled her after a Furby, naturally.
Retail politics in rural Michigan.
"You wipe your ass, dig up our ancestors' graves." A surprising use for an internationally notorious meme.
These designs are begging to be turned into games. Surely some sympathetic developer wants to see Jabba the Kong as much as fans do.
The Senate majority leader said, "It's significant that 150 years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, we are still considering in film, in photo, in art, and activism how to eradicate slavery's unsavory successors." Reid was speaking at a ceremony unveiling Rosa Parks' statue in the Capitol. Parks is the first black woman to be honored with a statue there.
Advisers outline calculated effort to bring down NRA-backed candidates. A blueprint for more Bloomberg-financed elections to come.
A Pennsylvania school district is blocking all sites labeled "sexuality” and "intolerance." How filtering software doesn't just skew a debate — it tries to remove it from the internet.
As the former secretary of state begins work on her third book, editors brace for a seven- or eight-figure deal. "A historic bidding war," predicts one industry insider.
A California high school teacher has been suspended after a student secretly videotaped her stealing from backpacks. (via News10)
Something old, something new, something fug.
Wearing a really snazzy pair of gloves trimmed in fringe and fur, Macklemore declares "anti-gay language has no place in sports or music" in a new video for You Can Play.
Yes, you read that correctly.
After protesters destroyed railroad tracks, Kenyan graffiti artists painted a train with messages promoting peace.
Just in time for Passover. Because the best skateboards and iPhone cases are unleavened.
Wedding official retreats into a back room after facing a wedding request from Mayu Yu and Elsie Liao.
Police are currently investigating a YouTube video of a Charlotte neighborhood fashion show for members of the gay and transgender community that turned into a massive brawl.
Photos from the rally last night in Union Square, which saw over 200 in attendance, including Trayvon Martin's parents and Jamie Foxx. Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of Martin's death.
These pics of Beyoncé in a hard hat, of course!
More like this, please. With the CW putting off their high school teen drama about Wonder Woman, maybe there's time to revamp it to this?
The decline starts slow, then things drop off a cliff. A social media autopsy from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
There will be no muddled maraschinos, got it?
Sadly, the victim had died by the time police arrived on the scene. A swimmer off the coast of Auckland, New Zealand was attacked and killed by a 14 foot shark, believed to be a Great White. He has been identified as 46-year-old Adam Strange. Despite being shot several times, police are uncertain if the shark is dead or alive.
Liquid tornado! LIQUID TORNADO! Spotted yesterday. Fortunately no one was hurt and only minor property damage was reported.
If you work on Capitol Hill, you are obsessed with House of Cards. Here is why:
Pope says resigning is "not for my good but for the good of the church," Reuters reports.
"At 7:22 p.m. today Coastal Carolina University Campus Police received a call reporting a shooting at the University Place residence hall at Coastal Carolina University."
This is a developing story. An ice cream rescue effort is under way.
Democratic Fox News contributor Tamara Holder lamented "fat Republicans who drive through Wal-Mart in their buggies." And then the producer of Don Imus lit up a cigarette!
NYC Mayor's ads back Robin Kelly, who wins Chicago-area primary largely defined by gun debate.
"No weapon formed against you shall prosper," sung through a megaphone. From the rally in New York City to mark the one year anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death.