July 5, 2013
Will your town still be around in a hundred years?
Armed clashes erupted Friday for several hours on the 6th October Bridge between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo. As many as 30 people have been killed in clashes around Egypt, according to the Associated Press.
Artist Elizabeth Beals nails it. Available as prints.
Thanks to a massive algae bloom off the coast of China, people hoping for a day at the beach instead find themselves frolicking in gooey green shag. The best part is that the mutant mucous is likely a result of human waste in the water.
It shows a pollution-filled dystopian future city — "unless automotive technology changes."
Oh how times have changed!
Extremely brave and determined puppy alert.
A Harvard English major wrote The Inner Game of Tennis in 1972. A million copies later, its ideas are still some of the most influential in sports — and beyond, taken seriously by actors, politicians, and even sex researchers. What's its secret? Maybe that there is no secret.
Remember the ice cream truck of your childhood, and all of its magical frozen treats? Here they are, from worst to best.
The bombs bursting in air! Gorgeous photos of Independence Day fireworks, from sea to shining sea.
Not only are they the horniest creature on the internet: They're real and they're spectacular.
As the wise old saying goes, one can never have too many tote bags.
Super fine specimens of the male species, all from the spring 2014 menswear runways. (Pretty faces + hard bodies = you're welcome.)
This is happiness.
...is rein in the tedious and over-the-top recruiting of comically entitled free agents.
This is a science experiment.
Drinks so simple, even a BABY could make them! Not recommended for babies under 21.
And so did Victoria.
You probably SparkNoted these books before, but now's your chance to read them.
Packing a bag and heading there now k byyye.
caveat emptor, ad infinitum.
Pope Francis is breaking tradition to grant Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXII sainthood by the end of the year.
UPDATE: The AP is reporting that 30 have died nationwide, hundreds have been injured. The Muslim Brotherhood isn't going gently. "Kill me, Kill me."
During what was dubbed the "Friday of Rage," when supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi took to the streets, shots were fired and at least one man was killed. WARNING: Extremely graphic images.
Cookies + cream = cake. Cake = happy.
It's kinda like fireworks.
And they're dancin like they've never danced before.
No matter how much money you’re making (or not), everyone loves a bargain. But sometimes a “good deal” can cost you more in the long run.
This was the 1970s — you and your ironic t-shirts will cower in fear.
These manicures say equality — and nail art — for all.
If you're lucky enough to be in the office today, this is how you probably feel:
Mom, trust me: It's okay to switch from your original AOL email address. The internet's just trying to help, honest.
From banana kick to red card.
Yer a wizard, Harry.
Egypt's President Morsi was too "kind" to his enemies. But the movement will bide its time for the big "payback."
Guess this is the proof that they really are dating? Or, it's a great photo opportunity that's been planned, arranged, and executed to perfection. Either way: here's their debut as a couple!
More than 100 rallies were held across America to protest the NSA's surveillance of ordinary citizens.
Best. little. sister. ever.