Indie film "The Graduates," shot for $95,000 in Ocean City, Maryland, includes a two-disc soundtrack now available for free. Just enter "GOGRADS" at checkout for 24 tracks from up-and-coming indie bands.
Did you notice all the short loud people are disappearing? That's because the kids are back in school! Except the Chicago students who are skipping school tomorrow to protest unequal education funding.
VP candidate Sarah Palin announced that her 17-year-old daughter Bristol is five months pregnant (which takes care of the rumor that she was eight months pregnant with Trig four months ago).
A blogger on Daily Kos accuses VP candidate Sarah Palin of faking a pregnancy so she could pretend her daughter's baby was her own.
A blogger caught Don Fowler, the former national chairman of the Democratic National Committee, joking about Gustav hitting New Orleans on Monday and saying, "That just demonstrates God's on our side."
Where will we be in fifty years? Probably hanging out on "Biggest Island Available" living in igloo condos.
PH For America want to be the Swift Boaters of 2008. The 527 organization's TV ad "Sermon on the Mount" got 2 million views on YouTube since June 25.
Enter your name, and How Many of Me tells you how many people in the U.S. share it.
If a new Muppet film goes well, Disney might bring the show back. Forgetting Sarah Marshall writer Jason Segel, who's writing the film, is already talking about writing a show too.
Yes. Yes, it's a coincidence. So now we've solved THAT.
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It's the new "I Like Turtles"! After weatherman Warren Dean signs this starstruck yokel's giant pin with Warren's face on it, the weirdo can't stop staring giddily at him and has to be pushed out of the way twice during a live weather report at the Saskatoon fair.
High gas prices make his private jet too pricey, says Diddy in his latest YouTube clip, which he made while boarding an American Airlines flight.
This European ad shows elements as party-goers acting out a series of metaphors for chemical reactions. Anyway you get to see a fat guy bury his face in Jello.
Obama supporters sign up to get a text from the campaign when he picks a VP. Someone finds a way to spoof texts from the campaign. Hilarity ensues.
Two big-time YouTube creators got almost a million views combined for their eyewitness videos of an explosion in Toronto that killed two people. Except they weren't really there.
YouTube's favorite little rapper presents his "Rich Nigga Shit": A Segway, a T-mobile Sidekick, and a robe with his name on it.
There's something odd about watching the faces in a few recent motion-capture CGI demos. Something...uncanny.
He's been twittering since June, but John Cleese just got noticed by a thousand new followers. He's taking it well. (And yes, this seems to truly be Cleese.)