April 5, 2013
Which version is seared into your childhood memory? It takes over 45,000 flowers to create the iconic Disney Mouse.
Or is this just a cruel prank? On April 1st, Jackson gave a Q&A on YouTube about The Desolation of Smaug. But around the 4:51 mark, things took a turn towards another franchise.
Summer is Rockaway Taco, Rockaway Taco is summer. If you don't NOM this it means you don't like summer.
Yeah yeah yeah.
They call it PETMAN because scientists like to tempt fate. Who knew putting a windbreaker and a gas mask on a robot would instantly turn it from mildly intimidating to most terrifying thing you've ever seen?
I made these little dudes for a party.
POTUS telephoned the California Attorney General to apologize.
And rosemary potatoes. Saturday best.
I made them at midnight because brownies.
Obama trolls his base with his new budget.
THE BEST dosa from Dosa Royal at the Brooklyn Flea
From Smooch in Brooklyn.
Four high school students in rural Georgia are fundraising to hold the first integrated prom in their county's history. UPDATE: The Wilcox County School District has issued a statement saying that the high school will explore holding a school-sponsored integrated prom in 2014.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is mocking Scott Brown with a new Tumblr.
An active imagination can be a dangerous thing. Especially when it's trying to kill you.
Animals March Madness has its two final contestants, and Team Red Panda needs you to vote.
When one of its best-known investors is accused of sexual assault, a surprising â€”Â and worrying â€” number of others come forward.
"The Marine Corps as a whole wouldn't do something like that," Flanagan says.
It's for sharing news and talking shit. That's it. Also: Twitter flirting (???) and online ex-avoidance.
The UN ambassador said the neighboring country knows Kim Jung-un has "gone too far."
Take a look at the dramatic transformation that has happened to these two cable news talkers since Obama got elected.
This is SO rich. Lots of ricotta. From Craftbar in NYC. It is pretty noms.
Teach your kids the importance of organization early on in their lives. They'll thank you later.
Absurd, absurdist, and in its own elliptical way, one of the biggest influences on comedy today. Meet the unwitting pioneers behind the internet's dumbest revolution.
Here's what to bring, what to avoid, and most importantly, advice on where to pee.
Making your own bread might sound complicated, but these cats have got you covered.
Fox 25 in Boston is saying that Democratic Senate frontrunner Congressman Ed Markey is a "run away," ducking from interviews and a debate on the network while the other candidates have agreed. A classic case of local news trolling.
Be vewwwy, vewwwy qwiet.
Sure there's a lot of sugar in Coke, but baked beans??
He gave us a way to talk about games.
North Dakota's Heitkamp and Indiana's Donnelly decided to support marriage equality together.
The former secretary of state vowed Friday to continue her campaign for women's rights "in all the days and years ahead."
Cindy McCain is joining the cast in a Phoenix production of "8," Dustin Lance Black's play dramatizing California's Proposition 8 trial.
Kyndall Jack, an 18-year-old California woman, was found Thursday screaming and clinging to the side of a cliff.
The next phase of brinksmanship.
The ruling, which removes age restrictions for emergency contraception like Plan B, came from U.S. District Judge Edward Korman in Brooklyn, New York.
South Korea's Yonhap News agency reports North Korea has moved two intermediate-range missiles to its East coast.
Advocates for the poor say Obama's bungled sequester messaging has led to public apathy. The worry: "Sequester's a secondary story to them. You know? It’s like we're moving on to '14 now."
Today's thoughts from the celeb twitterverse.
A judge in the Aurora theater shooting case ordered the release of several key documents on Thursday. They offer new insight into what exactly happened that deadly night.